This is the newest game from Brayden Gogis, who is a teenage app developer who has made some really fascinating and brilliant games (especially The Company), and this is my favorite of his that I've played. It's an inventive and fairly difficult puzzle game that is super immersive (your character uses a cell phone in the game and it's so well designed that I more than once clicked buttons on my actual phone as opposed to clicking the equivalent on the screen), has an intriguing and mysterious story, and is fully voice-acted and animated.
I was very impressed with the puzzle design, especially with how many of them required you to switch back and forth between different puzzles that you're working on from different sources, and the artwork and writing is actually quite good (though the character design leaves something to be desired). The only caveat is that it's currently incomplete; you're paying for the first part of a game that promises free monthly updates. But what is there is super well done and engaging; I highly recommend it.
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AMH: Wow, I never realized that collecting and doing puzzles could make you a millionaire... If you were a billionaire !
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