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Charm Games brings you FORM, a surreal adventure that unfolds within the confines of the human mind. Dr. Devin Eli is a brilliant physicist at the global technology mega-conglomerate Mindful Laboratories. Working in seclusion at an atmospheric research facility in the Alaskan wilderness, Dr. Eli is on the brink of uncovering the meaning behind a mysterious signal coming from a secret artifact - The Obelisk. Playing as the gifted Dr. Eli, you have superhuman powers of geometric visualization - the unintended consequence of a childhood trauma. Use your powers to follow the signal through The Obelisk and explore dream-like memories to unlock puzzles in your own mind. This path could lead you to a new existence…or it could leave you trapped in your past forever. Unique puzzles built for tracked motion controllers. Beautiful, transforming environments you can only experience in VR Play at your own pace, no death or timers. Designed for maximum comfort.
Form is a surreal puzzle game in a beautiful world.
(Tested with HTC Vive)
Our task is to examine an obelisk as Dr. Eli. During the examination we are sucked into the obelisks and find ourselves in a kind of dream world. We must now escape this... by solving various puzzles. And that's really well done. The puzzles themselves are relatively simple, but that's not the appeal of the game. It is the world around us that is so fascinating and simply well implemented visually. The operation of the different elements of the game runs very well, locomotion is not provided. To get a more distant item, we use telekinetic abilities to pull the objects to us. We operate levers and other equipment by hand. The game is completely in English, but to solve the puzzles this is not a major problem. You just miss the story, but it's negligible. I played the game myself in one go and was enthusiastic about the world of form. Unfortunately the game is not very long with about 80 minutes, I could have spent more hours there without any problems. I don't see much replay value. There's another 'bonus room' where we can make music, but that's it. Nevertheless, I give a buy recommendation, because the game looks unbelievably good and is intuitive to handle. I had a lot of fun, the effects were great and the puzzles, although not difficult, very interesting.
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