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By Christy Matte, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Tough engineering logic puzzler is mysterious and creepy.

Game Mac, Windows 2015
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What you will—and won't—find in this game.

Community Reviews

age 14+

Based on 1 parent review

age 14+

Contains blood and post murder scene depictions

Also contain blood in its static post murder scene depictions in at least one of its level (i.e. a level with 'excavation' in its name). Beside that, it is a great educative game that teaches about programming thinking.

Is It Any Good?

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Infinifactory is challenging, frustrating, eerie, and hopefully rewarding. This isn't the game for those who like to follow a prescribed path. From the beginning, you're left to your own devices to figure things out, which never really changes. You'll need to spend a lot of time thinking, testing, revising, and possibly tearing your hair out to work through the whole thing. On the other hand, it's exciting when the lightbulb finally goes off and your solution results in the correct final product. The one big flaw is that new building blocks are introduced with a vague illustration that shows what they do and how to use them. A more clear animation would go a long way to setting you on the path to building the next factory line. Infinifactory is a programming/logic puzzler, and it's a good one. If your kids are ready for a challenge, give it a shot.

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