Magnetic: Cage Closed
Enjoyable and challenging for the first playthrough; yet suffers terribly when trying to explore the branching storyline.
The many unique twists of Magnetic: Cage Closed do so much to set it apart from the other first person physics puzzlers that have tried to dethrone the genre mainstay. Its carefully constructed puzzles, accompanied by clever world building, make it intriguing and sophisticated, but never to the point of pretention.
All in all, the game is a novel way to pass an afternoon but is unlikely to have you clamouring for more.
The simple and easy to grasp control system of the game made for smooth gameplay
Magnetic: Cage Closed's multiple story branches and wildly chaotic magnetic gameplay certainly sets it apart from others in the genre. All of the puzzles follow a similar structure which can become a little repetitive, but there are occasionally some decent challenges to help keep players interested. There are a couple of gripes towards the games mechanics but the charming writing style and 9 endings give it a great depth.