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Feb 6, 2014 | 6:33 PM EST

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Use the arrow keys or WASD to move. Keep an eye out for connecting pieces as you navigate the puzzles.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

good going do.

GroZZleR responds:

Happy to have helped. Glad you enjoyed it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

really awesome game! i really enjoyed the first one, and this one was just as good. i really enjoy the bits of poetry in between the levels, it gets ya to keep playing to see the next stanza. i usually am pretty picky about platformers like this, but what i love about fractured is the huge twist on it that keeps you working to find the solution, even in (what you see at the end of the level) is really pretty simple level. the imagery is certainly something that struck with me from the first one too, very touching. kudos!

GroZZleR responds:

It's amazing how you can spend fifteen minutes trying to figure a level out, see the whole thing put together and be baffled at how something so simple seemed so complicated just a few seconds before. I think it's a great allegory for life's problems.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very nice game. Love the music, and the poetry.

Challenging, with fast transitions between levels & deaths. From a gameplay perspective, I appreciate this.

GroZZleR responds:

It would be pretty frustrating if the level transition took a few seconds, eh? Thanks for playing.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This game brings back to me a sad childhood, my dad was gone and he never came back, I was cried a lot and tried to follow him too...But I can't...I need to live for him...

Amazing puzzle with good music...It's warmed my heart.

GroZZleR responds:

I'm sorry to hear of your personal struggles. I'm glad you managed to tackle the game anyways, in spite of the memories it evoked. Thank you for playing and sharing.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Amazing game. I totally lost track of time and reality playing it.

On the last (real) level, I got frustrated and took a screen shot, and reassembled it in Photoshop, just to finish the damn thing. NOW, that's my kinda game!

It's unique, creative, and unlike most other games out there.

GroZZleR responds:

Well that's a creative solution to the problem. How long did it take to lay it all out? A for effort. I'm glad you enjoyed it!