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Temple of Knowledge

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Welcome to the Temple of Knowledge, where your goal is to solve eight different brain teasers.

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A great start to this puzzle game series.
The medal works, and I earned it.

I enjoyed the puzzles. I wished I could solve them one-by-one and receive a true score (7/8) rather than 8/8. Q4 was a hard one and I ended up trying each of the 1-5 numbers to finish this game. Does anyone know the logic behind Q4?

Q7 was tricky. It's better to draw out the required colour patterns and match it to one of the choices which ain't exactly laid out in the same plane.

Nice little compilation of logical puzzles. The music is adequately tense without getting in the way of thinking, and the graphics in the temple itself are pretty nice.

The extremely simple gameplay, consisting of a tiny handful short IQ-test-like puzzles that you must solve in order to complete the game, is nice to kill time while working out our brains, but it's not exactly the most exciting thing to see in an electronic game. I expected at least some more stuff, maybe more environment interaction, like puzzles that actually required the usage of game mechanics for more than clicking numbers on a board, such as that one alien-IQ-test-in-a-pyramid game from a long time ago that was really good, and contained more or less the same kind of puzzle as this game does, except with more actual gameplay involved.

My main complaints are that, first of all, the game is way too short, and second, the interface is not very nice. If only we could click the option we choose right at the screen that pops up with the puzzle rather than having to close the puzzle and enter the solution (by exhaustive clicking) in another panel, things would flow better. Not only do we enter the answers on a separate screen, but we have to click the darn thing multiple times to get it where we want, that feels like lazy interface design right there.

Still, it was a good way to kill some time, and it sure got my brain working, so in spite of its shortness, emptiness and clunky interface, I give this a 3.

Clever idea and nice puzzles, but some kind of "wait, that was it?" frustration in the end. IDK, I was expecting something more, like a short animation, or an additional "convert this number into a word thanks to a match table hidden somewhere" puzzle leading to a short animation :)

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Aug 17, 2015
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