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Gnog Review: Short and sweet puzzle unboxing

5 monthes ago   |   By Ars Technica

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Gnog doesn't ask much of its players. The pastel puzzler is easy on the eyes and easy on the pocketbook. It doesn't last long, either. You can knock the whole thing out in a couple of hours or less. Its puzzles consistently capture the satisfaction of fitting a square peg in a square hole without much challenge to speak of. It is, put simply, one hell of a chill time.
Put less simply, Gnog a game about manipulating 3D puzzle boxes in the form of cartoonish floating heads. Each diorama tells a pseudo-story and ends with the constantly changing “face” crooning...
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