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These past few years have seen a heavy influx of puzzle games, and many of them have stood out. With such a plethora of them, it’s hard to create one that is unique, but Might and Delight have accomplished exactly that with their Puzzle/Platformer, Pid. While inconsistent in parts, Pid holds up its end of the bargain for the most part, delivering a riveting experience full of inventive brainteasers all wrapped up in vibrant aesthetic.
Pid puts you in the shoes of a little boy named Kurt, who finds himself stranded on a strange planet after an even stranger bus ride. Although the planet seems to be inhabited by friendly, yet unique characters, all Kurt wants to do is find his way back home. Here’s where you come in. Early in the game, Kurt comes across an orb that allows him to manipulate gravity. This, coupled with several other items you encounter and use over the course of the game, will allow you to make your way through the various puzzles.