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Infini - PC/Nintendo Switch - Launch Trailer
Infini - Trailer 2019 | Steam, Nintendo Switch
Critic Reviews for Infini
Infini is a deeply unusual spatial puzzler with an ingenious portal mechanic. Its rough, abstract art style and psychedelic storytelling won't be for everyone - or even for most people - but it deserves to be played and savoured as a genuine attempt to do something new.
The word puzzler doesn't do Infini justice. It's definitely not for everyone, but I'd say that it's a game that everyone needs to try at least once. Very rarely do the mechanics in puzzle games surprise me, and I think Infini's are well worth exploring, even if you only have a vague interest in puzzlers.
At its core, Infini is your basic puzzle/platformer. With its highly unique visuals/audio and absolutely bizarre storytelling, however, it becomes something much…deeper? Maybe. I guess that depends upon how you react to it, and I don't think any two players will take it the same way.
As stated in the beginning of the review, Infini rewards those who can accept its oddities. The story and presentation aren't going to be accepted by the masses, but if you're up for something that you likely haven't seen before and want to try out some atypical puzzles, give Infini a shot.
On a scale of 1 to 10, I rate Infini at an 8. My experience is positive, which just goes to show that one should not judge a video game by its visual aesthetics. And because I didn't expect much out of this title, I found myself pleasantly surprised by its gameplay. Infini is definitely a game to experience, even if its presentation is abstract and perhaps off-putting. So, don't miss out on this title!
Infini is a puzzle game that manages to offer a truly unique and thought-provoking experience. Although the visual and sound aspect is a point that clearly will not please many people and has a script a little more concrete than the game needed, any fan of the genre should try it.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
When people talk about chaos, everyone puts form to it, whatever it is, but we know it doesn't have form. Infini turns out to have it, but with a radiant and pure heart that we will spin through its hundred puzzles, its ingenious changing rules, and its aspect as unclassifiable as the story we will live embodying Hope.
Review in Spanish | Read full review