Meet me at NooN is a sweet new puzzler with time-loop mechanics

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Meet me at NooN is the first game from the duo at Pandaroo Interactive and quite an impressive entry to the puzzle genre.

In the game you control two spirits that create time loops of their day. So each move you do is recorded and played back, while you're controlling the other. It's pretty fun to see in action and while simple, quite an enjoyable little experience to watch and learn and go through the levels. The good thing is that this is a game with no pressure. There's no way to actually lose and no timers so you go at your own pace. If you go wrong you can just adjust the timeline and go back.

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Available on Steam with Native Linux support. There's also a demo available.

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Looks like a nicely crafted game. The important thing is whether they get the difficulty curve right. Some puzzle games ramp things up so quickly that you don't build skill as fast as the problems get hard. Hope this one is good!
NoSt 23 Jun
I really enjoyed playing the demo. This is a puzzle game that makes you think out of the box.
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