Parents' Guide to

Entropy Centre

By Claire Crossman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Sci-fi puzzle adventure is kid-friendly and clever.

The main character stands with their back facing the camera, staring at an Earth engulfed in flames.

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This mysterious puzzle game is a fun combination of eerie vibes and cutesy mechanics. Reminiscent of Control's seemingly endless sprawl of corporate offices and hallways, Entropy Centre does a great job of keeping you engaged, a little on edge, and giggling at smart delivery from your robot-gun-friend. The game's reversal actions are also very aesthetically pleasing. This is one of those games that has you saying "huh!" and "woah" under your breath the whole time.

Despite these wins, the game does occasionally drag in pace. Ideally, there are consistent plot advancements throughout the playthrough, and perhaps this is most apparent because The Entropy Centre has such a fascinating opening – you expect that something big is about to happen, and rarely get that payoff. It's a slow burn, but when you are presented with a reveal (like finding out details on a tucked-away computer's emails) they really spark. Regardless of the plot development, it's full of surprises and gags that help you forget that you just watched the entire Earth explode in the opening scene.

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