In My Shadow Review (Steam)
In My Shadow takes you on a wondrous journey through the mind of Bella in pursuit of reconciliation together with her past. the sport features 4 rooms with a complete of quite 50 puzzles to unravel. Each room offers a special glimpse into her memories, exploring the changing relationships in her family. The shadows within each level must be manipulated via objects to progress and there’s often quite one solution to a challenge.
- Nice graphics.
- 999.3MB Download size.
- Controller support.
- Graphics-fullscreen, camera follow, resolution, graphic quality preset.
- Brief initial tutorial.
- Puzzle platformer gameplay.
- Gimmick-use shadows cast from items to create the level. Your goal is to collect memories and get to the dog on the far side.
- Items can be moved around to change the size and height of platforms.
- Levels dictate how much you can move an item.
- Jump between moving items and your character.
- Somber soundtrack.
- Simple controls.
- Instant restarts.
- Precise item control where you can slow the movement speed down.
- Very satisfying.
- Good brain food.
- Excellent story.
- New mechanics and obstacles introduced over time.
- Can replay levels.
- In-game cutscenes.
- Can skip cutscenes.
- Skip level button with no limit on usage.
- No Steam achievements.
- Cannot rebind the controls.
- No replay value.
- Can just skip levels all the way until the end.
- Music does feel repetitive and droney.
- Graphics - 8/108/10
- Sound - 8/108/10
- Accessibility - 8/108/10
- Length - 7/107/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
In My Shadow is a puzzle game in which you manipulate objects to cast shadows. Shadows are what create the level for your character, you need to make it so you can collect all the memories and make it to your dog on the far side. As you progress it gets harder with more obstacles, objects/items, and ways to manipulate them come into play. It’s a solid workout for your old brain and it’s got a well-told story. For me I liked the ability to skip levels as I’m not the smartest guy in the world but I hated the lack of any replay value or the fact that the music really got on my nerves, I mean it’s going for something and I suppose it works for that but even that reason will tire you out, it’s just one of those songs that doesn’t differentiate that much. In My Shadow has no Steam achievements or any way to rebind controls. Overall In My Shadow is a good puzzle game with cool mechanics and is worth a single playthrough.