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The story delivers a nice payoff at the end, making the difficult puzzles worth the time
Even if you have a passing interest in puzzle games, I do think you'd enjoy 7th Sector as it's different enough to stand out, with an interesting story that will keep you playing through to the end
If you're into this brand of weird, wordless narrative adventures, it could be worth wiring up to 7th Sector.
7th Sector's atmospheric and immersive puzzle elements add a unique spin on the puzzle-platformer genre.
7th Sector is around 3 hours of not so fun experience; one that made lots of mistakes in designing puzzles, levels, and its narrative.
Review in Persian | Read full review
7th Sector is an immersive, atmospheric puzzle game and despite some frustrating puzzles it’s well worth checking out.
As far as atmospheric 2D puzzle-solving adventure games go, 7th Sector offers a mostly middle-of-the-road experience.
7th Sector is masterly crafted game. It fiddles around some well known transhumanistic themes but it looks at them from quite original perspective. Breathtaking visuals are inspired by socialistic structures and Russian brutalist architecture placed in dystopic future. The game gives player several hours full of mathematic, geometric and physical based puzzles some of which aren't properlly balanced. However it's great game suitable for every player, that likes this videogame genre.
Review in Czech | Read full review
A huge surprise, with well designed puzzles and an interesting storyline to spice things up.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
7th Sector is an indie that follows in the footsteps of highly appreciated titles like Limbo and Inside, but it does so with its own distinctive identity. The dystopian cyberpunk setting is excellent, the game structure, based on solving puzzles, is pleasant and always tantalizing because it knows how to change at the right time so as not to become stale. Puzzles manage to reach rewarding difficulty levels. The only drawback we find is the controls that have made us crazy more than once.
Review in Italian | Read full review