23 March 2012


Gaming Genres: Puzzle, Platformer
Story Genres: Science Fiction, Horror
Graphical Styles: 3D, Realism, High Resolution
Platforms: Windows, Mac OS X
Pricing Model: Free
Developer(s): FourPosse
Publisher(s): DADIU
Initial Release Date: December 14, 2011
Website(s): Homepage, DADIU
In the near future a corporation named The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) have invented a computer system that enables transit to the digital dimension. It was tested in a trial apartment complex, but the experiment malfunctioned and all the residents have disappeared.

You are sent into the quarantined area to gather the experimental computers. To be able to do this you have to go to the digital dimension. Be careful! The former residents still haunt the place like virtual ghosts. Don’t get caught, or you will be stuck in the digital dimension forever.

Rather Portal like with its puzzles, Distorpia has you travelling between two dimensions (the virtual and the real world). In the virtual world you fight off the insane residences of this failed experimental town and place object to use in the real world. In the real word you platform around trying to get to the end of the level.

It is an enjoyable game while it lasts, but the puzzles are somewhat hollow and unrewarding.

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Indieness: Indie
Play?: Should Play

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