Fracter

R8 Games Ltd

Fair Man
OpenCritic Rating
69
Top Critic Average
80%
Critics Recommend
Based on 5 critic reviews
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Fracter

Rating Summary

Based on 5 critic reviews
Fair Man

OpenCritic Rating

69

Top Critic Average

80%

Critics Recommend

Based on 5 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:PCSep 5, 2019

Developer: R8 Games Ltd

Genre: Adventure

FRACTER is an emotive, isometric puzzle adventure game set in a mysterious labyrinth of glowing black architecture. The game follows a veiled young hero who has set out on a perilous quest to dispel the darkness within. Players must explore this world of shadows, discover secrets hidden in the dark, and outsmart ominous creatures while solving each meticulously designed puzzle using their only force against darkness: light. Dramatic landscapes in shades of gray, an eerie ambient soundtrack and a poetic, self-reflective narrative await you on this emotional journey restoring light to a darkened world. Features: METICULOUSLY CRAFTED PUZZLES A series of intricate puzzles that must be solved using light. STRIKING BLACK & WHITE VISUALS Dramatic landscapes in shades of gray designed by an accomplished team of artists POETIC SELF-REFLECTIVE JOURNEY A game experience that is both heart-pounding and at times deeply personal HAUNTINGLY BEAUTIFUL SOUNDTRACK An eerie ambient soundscape that combines flavours of east and west with sounds both ancient and future

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Mixing puzzles, stealth and even mild horror elements, FRACTER is a short, sweet adventure that's just fun to play.

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Not unpleasant but without any originality except that of proposing a little tension with its part of infiltration, FRACTER is a puzzle game that takes two to three hours with its mechanics unfortunately too much seen. A basic average game but with this portage on computer, it suffers of wobbly ergonomics.

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While it leaves many questions unanswered, Fracter is nonetheless a moody and polished port of a mobile puzzle game.

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Although undeniably on the short side, it's hard to ignore just how much solid content FRACTER packs into its short length.

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