Entanglement - First Person Puzzler
A downloadable game for Windows
Entanglement is a puzzle game made in only 3 hours! It takes a basic mechanic (moving boxes) and makes a fun and enjoyable puzzle game out of it. Each button will activate a doorway, but you need to figure out which doorways to trigger and in what order.
There's not much to say about the gameplay! It's simple, but works extremely well. Since that game was made in 3 hours, the main goal of the game was to take a simple concept and idea and to make it more complex. For example when I created the doors, I then realised I could use them as a bridge and it kind of worked like an anti door - Doors you have to push the button to open but bridges you must have the button not pressed for it to function as a bridge.
The game is a short demo and only lasts around 10 - 20 minutes from start to finish with multiple puzzles that require thought and skill to complete.
Simple controls can create such a thoughtful game; entanglement requires you to just press the 2 buttons on your mouse to manipulate the environment around you to get the changes you need : push and pull boxes onto buttons; open doors and activate bridges; solve complex puzzles and more!
- WASD - Movement
- Space - Jump
- Shift - Sprint
- R - Reset Boxes
- Left / Right - Pull / Push boxes
Can you make it to the end?
Feel free to make and share content of this game, it would be greatly appreciated; and share you opinions in the comments section!
Thanks for playing!
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- Entanglement ReleaseSep 29, 2018
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i loved the game i played it with no info besides the images on this page i took me 5min to complete i will be uploading a video to my youtube channel (i played another game in the video to) i would love to see this as a more fleshed out game. mabey make more levels and add a new set of buttons (in another color) that act as logic gates there was the one level that seemed like you had used an and gate.
oh and i also found a short cut at the end my play through only took 4 and a half minutes
Thanks for the nice comment, the game is doing better than I hoped and I do plan do create a longer and fuller version of the game. I love your idea of the logic gates, as it would work very well witb this style of game play.
I enjoyed that game, didn't know about @3hrgamejam #3hGJ but I did find a little shortcut towards the end :P 5/5.
thanks so much for reviewing the game, that shortcut I never even thought about that shortcut thing, but that last puzzle can be frustrating anyway. 3 hour thing was something me and my friend (Trollbae) did for fun