There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension
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A hilarious parody of point 'n' click adventures and video games in general, whose jokes are as inspired and imaginative as its puzzles.
This extraordinary game tests you to the limit – even as it insists that it absolutely does not exist
There is No Game: Wrong Dimension is a particular adventure, of those that so effectively break the fourth wall to compose a unique mood of its kind. If you loved The Stanley Parable, or if you're looking for fiercely niche experiences, Draw Me's work at Pixel is the one for you.
Review in Italian | Read full review
So what is this interactive story that I've been throwing my thumbs at, attempting to guide its fate while being exposed to cracks in the wall that separates its reality from mine? Is it an absurdly smart commentary of video games, a bonkers adventure to watch unfold, a slice of creativity rarely seen in the industry? Is it an experience that has to be felt to be understood, thanks to its talkative AI and whimsical approach? Whatever it is, one thing is for certain: There is no game.
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When it comes down to it, There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension is a bit of a misnomer. There is certainly a game to be found here, and it's a ruddy good one. If you're not a fan of point-and-click style adventure games, then you may want to look elsewhere, but with an experience packed with ingenious puzzles and excellent self-aware jokes, this is one of the strongest examples of the genre in recent years. It's right up there with the best; don't miss out.
There is No Game Wrong Dimension is a delightful and very funny point'n click, which offers various parodies of different genres, takes to a well played narrator, and very clever and meta puzzles. If you like to laugh, play this (non-) game.
Review in French | Read full review
A rich story, perfect graphical elements, and frustratingly challenging puzzles make There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension a thoroughly worthwhile game.
Some tropes wear out their welcome eventually, but pushing past the annoyances yields a gaming triumph. It fits among other progressive games like the Stanley Parable or Thomas Was Alone but carves out its own unique space. There isn't anything like There Is No Game. Well, there isn't really a game at all, right?.
An experience that pulls from gaming's best (and worst) bits to create a wholly unforgettable few hours. There is No Game: Wrong Dimension, is not just a game: it's something very different and a little bit special.