Googling this game can be rather challenging.
Fez is a platform puzzle game unlike any I’ve encountered yet. You have a 2D perspective on a world you can rotate to walk around walls or circumvent the distance between platforms. This leads to some devious maps and objectives I’ve yet to complete.
This is a game I’m taking my time with, the map is expansive, the locations sprawling and the design beautiful. There isn’t a monster to stomp on, no boss fight to mark my passage. Just spinning golden bits to collect.
And to top it off, there are hidden puzzles that don’t immediately present themselves to you or offer suggestions to their key.
It’s casual, it’s involved and I find it an excellent intellectual alternative to any of the more violent games at my disposal. In fact, when the challenge and death involved in Dragon’s Dogma start to rub me raw, I swap games and let my brain wind itself around the puzzles in Fez for a while.
A great game for anyone looking for a brain-involved platformer.