May 4, 2014

Shift, a Black and White series of deadly traps

Review #40 – Free Online Game

Shift, a Black and White series of deadly traps

Last week we were visiting Invert Inc., a company (that at least seems to be) genuinely beneficial to society. No so much this week’s entry. TC Sciences is pretty controversial, especially with regards to how they treat their test subjects.
Welcome to Shift! You are test subject 32763!

Shift is a puzzle platformer with a signature mechanic. Along the way, you’ll have to “shift” past obstacles, inverting both the color scheme and the world.

The game atmosphere draws heavily from Portal, but that’s not all it has. Even when you get your head around the shifting mechanic, the game keeps you on your toes by throwing a few lateral thinking puzzles into the mix. All in all, it can be tough, but never impossible.

On a final note, even though the last games improve a lot over the previous ones, it’s still highly recommended to play through all of them. Each new instance adds new mechanics that become part of the Shift world in all subsequent games. So, to get the full experience, go from 1 to 4.

Good luck and remember to shift!

- The Storeman

Disclaimer: I didn’t upload any of the content in the following link. I have downloaded and checked it as I always do. I have even executed it in my own computer and did not experience any kind of problems. But I can’t ensure that it is free of virus and/or malware that my anti-virus programs couldn’t find. That’s the author’s responsibility.

External Links:           Shift 1

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