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Family Friendly Gaming was given a digital download code for Tetragon on the Nintendo Switch. Tetragon can also be found on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One. I was unable to find any information on a physical copy version of Tetragon in the United States at the time the work was done on this review. Family Friendly Gaming was not provided any money to play and review this game. The costs of playing Tetragon and reviewing it, as well as housing a review greatly exceed the value of the product provided.

Tetragon is a puzzle game where players use gravity and rotation to safely move their character to the book page where they will teleport into a new puzzle. At times it felt so futile to me. I beat a puzzle and another one awaits me. Thankfully there are only forty different levels in Tetragon spread across three magical worlds. Make sure you are paying attention to the tutorials that come up in Tetragon. I missed one because I was spamming the button to get back into the game and missed something really important. Thankfully I figured it out with trial and error.

Tetragon has a set of rules that comes along with it. We can only rotate at certain points and specific directions. I tried to go the other direction a few times and Tetragon would not let me. I also learn the complex control scheme in Tetragon that allowed me to complete a level. There are some nifty options that come up for players like being able to raise blocks. Please note these blocks can only be raised so far.

Tetragon looks okay and it sounds okay. Tetragon gives us a good reason to play it. The main character Lucios is on a quest to save his son Jerry. Thankfully there are no tomcats in our way in Tetragon. There are plenty of other obstacles in Tetragon including bosses. The boss fights in Tetragon are cleverly done. In some ways Tetragon reminds me of The Room. Anyone in Family Friendly Gaming Universe remember that game?

If you get stuck in Tetragon then try different buttons at different locations. I learned that my main man in Tetragon could not handle dropping too far. He would reset if I made him learn what a cruel mistress gravity actually is. I also felt bad that the poor father would not save his son if I do not help him save the day. If you like rotating, stone moving, gravity puzzlers then Tetragon might be up your alley.


Graphics: 75%
Sound: 75%
Replay: 80%
Gameplay: 85%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%

System: PC/PS4/Xbox One/Nintendo Switch(tested)
Publisher: BUKA Entertainment
Developer: Cafundo Estudio Criativo
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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