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Stacking might not be the longest downloadable title, nor is it the best. It is, however, the most fun I’ve had playing a single player video game this year. Amid all the blockbuster FPSs and survival horror titles, a game about playing dolls has captured my attention and become my favorite single player title of the year so far. Its charming story and environments combined with compelling puzzles makes this a title well worth your time and money. Playing with dolls is awesome after all.
Deceptively cute, strikingly subversive and creatively inspired, Stacking appeals to both the casual and hardcore audiences in a single shot. The game is short enough to play through in a single day, but all of the optional content means there is plenty to do after the credits roll. If Double Fine keeps putting out downloadable titles of this caliber, it may never have to release another disc-based game.
Stacking confirme que Double Fine Productions est une équipe avec laquelle il faut compter. Réalisé pendant le développement de Brütal Legend, ce titre semble pourtant avoir été l'objet d'une grande attention, tant dans son design accrocheur et son univers parfaitement fignolé que dans son gameplay intelligent permettant de trouver plusieurs solutions à un même problème. Si vous cherchez quelques heures de véritable plaisir avec un jeu possédant son propre caractère, ne cherchez pas plus loin, vous êtes au bon endroit.
Overall, Stacking is definitely something we've never seen before, and really shows how Double Fine can work outside the box. It does feel a bit short and some challenges are a bit hit or miss, but, in the end, Stacking is a great and unique experience, perfect for both hardcore gamers and more casual ones, that want to unwind with their friends or families.
Yet Stacking doesn’t strike us as a game focused on difficulty. It’s a game for those interested in creativity, humour and fun - a toy box full of variety and imagination that rewards playfulness and exploration. It’s a shining example of how downloadable games can go beyond our measured expectations and impress in the ways the big boys, restricted by their massive budgets, often fail to do. With Stacking Double Fine have done more than enough to earn your 1200 electrocoins. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to encourage them to make more games like this.
PC Gameplay (Benelux)
Uiterst charmant en stapelmaf puzzelplezier dat zelfs volwassen thema's als kinderarbeid en economische depressie niet schuwt. Neem er wel de korte speelduur en het gratuite hintsysteem bij.