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Well one thing that stands abundantly clear from playing Sutte Hakkun is that gamers are generally going to either love this game or hate it. It presents one of the most unique and innovative puzzle/platforming experiences ever found in a video game, with its simplistically easy controls only being overshadowed by the mind-bending puzzles found in each and every insane level throughout the game. As much fun as the game is, however, later levels will feel more like a college thesis than a video gaming experience and you'd better hope that you haven't destroyed too many brain cells if you have any hopes of ever beating this brain buster.