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A digital download code for Security Hole on Steam was furnished to Family Friendly Gaming. This Personal Computer (PC) puzzle game is all about moving the 3D object around to fit into the shadow hole. There is a dark storyline that goes along with the game. We also see drawings of a woman wearing some skin tight clothing. Security Hole can be a very challenging game.

At times when I played Security Hole I breezed right through the levels. Other times I could not get past the first screen. A controller is needed to play Security Hole. I expect Security Hole will appear on home consoles in the future. I think Security Hole would work better on the Xbox One and Playstation 4. As far as I have researched at the time this review was written Security Hole is a digital download only. I could not find any information on a physical copy of Security Hole.

The music is moody in Security Hole. Some here at Family Friendly Gaming liked it, and others thought it was dark like the storyline. Security Hole has enticement to lust, encourages hacking, and promotes the religious belief of evolution. The controls are a bit touchy. The puzzles can be complicated and cause real world anger. I like to play video games to relax. I hate it when a game stresses me out and causes real world problems.

There is one word in Security Hole that stuck out for me. What is that word? Failed! I saw that frequently in Security Hole. I suppose Security Hole could be used to teach perseverance. I just wish the learning curve was not just a cliff going straight up. I have something important to admit in relation to Security Hole. I am not a fan of these kinds of games. I did not like them on the Nintendo 3DS and I do not like it on the PC. I feel it is fair to offer complete disclosure.

I was not able to complete Security Hole. It was too difficult for me. I could not find a casual mode. Nor could I find a kid friendly mode. Nor could I find a family mode. Obviously Security Hole wants to exclude all of those kinds of gamers. If you are a hardcore gamer into puzzles then you might enjoy Security Hole. The rest of us are told there is no room at the inn. I am going to the manger.


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 40%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Personal Computer
Publisher: AnRaEl
Developer: AnRaEl
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY

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