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Game Information

Available on:PCJun 8, 2017

Developer: Grimwood Team

Genres: Puzzle, Platformer

You live in your own small world that has everything you need – cozy home, backyard with a rocking chair, beautiful garden, and your own amusement park with music and unlimited amounts of fireworks to launch. You even have a Ferris wheel to touch the stars! Nothing stands between you and this secluded paradise, only an unsettling feeling in the back of your mind that something is going wrong. At some point, it all dramatically changes and now you have to find out what this world really conceals… ---------------------- World of One - an indie puzzle-platformer game with planet-based physics where you plunge into the grim and dark atmosphere of discouragement and depression. You have to find out why you live in this world, how did you get here, and why there are so many questions and few answers? Through ominous and sullen rain you travel between small round planets, as if you've been thrown into the Little Prince's world, filled with deadly traps, puzzles and horrible monsters that are striving to kill you. Only your determination will help you complete your journey and find the truth about yourself. Beware, World of One will challenge your mind and your skills. Moreover, you can play Hardcore (only three lives), but it is not recommended for the first experience of the game.
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Reviews

Instead, it has a very unique tale to tell, a brilliant concept for a platformer and some interesting game mechanics that both innovate and surprise

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World of One does a lot of things well, and does manage to set itself apart from it's peers, but the virtues of its unique style and atmosphere give way to some clunky mechanics that outweigh their contribution to the overall package. This missed potential keeps World of One from true greatness, but it is a solid puzzler nonetheless.

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