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By David Chapman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Artistic mind-bender gives puzzle-solving moments of Zen.

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This pleasant puzzle game is really more about your experience as you explore its world than how you play through this game. Gorogoa's story is an odd sort of abstract, almost spiritual, journey that's difficult to explain. The best way to deal with it is to not spend too much thought trying to understand it, but rather to be in each moment as it occurs. Those moments are best spent zooming in and out, interacting with, and studying the details of the pictures, not just for the clues they hold, but also out of admiration for genuine works of art. Sorting out how the different panels are meant to work together can be a bit of a mind-bender, but the challenge never rises to the point of frustration. And while Gorogoa is admittedly a bit on the short side, completing it leaves you genuinely satisfied, not only with your abilities, but with your state of mind as well.

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