NyxQuest: Kindred Spirits Screenshots

I didn’t go into NyxQuest with unreasonable expectations, but it still managed to let me down. Its puzzles can barely be considered actual puzzles (more often than not, they’re little more than complex than “move this thing over there”), and its mechanics are so awkward and uncomfortable that even toward the end of the game—which is thankfully only 2-3 hours long—I kept pressing the wrong key to flap playable character Nyx higher. NyxQuest isn’t a complete waste, of course, and there are a few positives, but it’s really nothing genre-shattering and there are simply much better games out there more worth your time and money.

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