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VICCP looks quite unusual, a puzzle game about a strange control panel that you need to tinker with to figure out how it all works and what exactly it does.

You are using mysterious remote control that you can control. Click on everything and explore. Make decisions, solve puzzles. Every choice you make will have consequences. The game has a lot of endings that you have to find yourself.

Originally released in June, the developer later added Linux support to it in early July.

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Feature Highlight:

  • Lots of puzzles
  • Atmospheric graphics and soundtrack
  • Achievements/bonuses for each ending you find
  • Old school spirit
  • A lot of endings.
  • Many references and Easter eggs.

Seems like a pretty fun idea for a game, very similar to Please, Don’t Touch Anything which also has Linux support (Linux came after the original release) and is highly rated. VICCP only has around 33 user reviews, with it being a bit of a mixed bag at "Mostly Positive". If you like vague and difficult puzzle games, this might be something to take a look at.

You can find VICCP on Steam.

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cdnr1 1 Aug, 2019
a mysterious puzzle game about pushing buttons on a control panel
Instantly thinking of vr
Purple Library Guy 1 Aug, 2019
So I was thinking "Geeze, this thing has a phone dial" and that seemed strange, except then in the trailer it shows that you can open the panel and there's weirder stuff behind the phone dial.
This is a game I think I'd like to intermittently watch someone else play because I would find it too frustrating to do it myself, but I love it in a sort of theoretical way.
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