I am always interested in games that create their own virtual world, especially games that are based on history. I am also someone who grew up in the era of Geocities and other old page builders. The only other game I’ve played that is remotely close to the experience I felt in this game is Pony Island.
Puzzle games are something I tend to avoid because I tend to play video games to not think. Granted, this was back when I was in school. Now, I still don’t play them that much, but I will dab in a few games. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker got me back into the genre.
I love playing puzzle games, especially puzzle games that use unique concepts in gameplay and storytelling. This review is based on my experience playing Degrees of Separation in single player mode with a controller.
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