- Number of Players
- Single Player
- Puzzle, Strategy
- Release Date
- 17th Dec 2015, £11.69
- 17th Dec 2015, $12.99
- Official Site
Review The Delusions of Von Sottendorff and his Square Mind (3DS eShop)
He's no square
The Delusions of Von Sottendorff and his Square Mind is one of the weirdest - and consequently, one of the most interesting - 3DS titles we've encountered. It has just a single play mode, in which the titular baron must escape the confines of his own home. The trick, however, is that the baron is insane and believes himself to be...
About The Game
Go crazy and help the Baron get his sanity back!
Baron Von Sottendorff is an aristocrat in the early 20th century. He doesn't know it, but he is really living trapped in a grid drawing of his mansion, created by his own lunatic mind. The game has a new focus that combines the essence of gaming platforms with puzzles in a beautiful scenery created from artistic elements and references. The objective of the game is to free Baron Von Sottendorff from his own madness; to do this, you must overcome the challenges that appear along the way. As you solve the different levels, you receive objects that will help you unlock memories from his life. The more memories you get, the closer you are to regaining his sanity. Go crazy and help the Baron get his sanity back! But be careful...the rooms of the mansion move about and it's easy to get lost in his world.
The Baron (and, to a lesser extent, his father) has excellent taste in fashion and facial hair, actually.
So is this Game any good at all, I was hoping too get it for Christmas.
Tap here to load 2 comments
Leave A Comment
Hold on there, you need to login to post a comment...