Corrypt is an intricate and mysterious puzzle game. Explore a strange world, meet the weird creatures who live there, and solve the fiendish problems that trouble them.
"it’s got one of those simple game mechanics that grows up through the levels to produce brain-curdling complexity as you go on" - RockPaperShotgun
“this-is-impossible-oh-my-god-no-it-isn’t!” - IndieStatik
The PC version was named by indiegames.com as the #1 free puzzle game of 2012.
fixed screen displacement on ios version
Ratings and Reviews
A moment where the world opens up
Corrypt starts off as a fun little puzzler--like Sokoban but you drag the blocks as well as push them--and turns into an open world puzzle game where you feel like you have total freedom... to solve the puzzles or wreck everything by accident. This sense of dizzying agency is something I've never experienced in a puzzle game. Usually I'm trying to suss out the "intended solution"--but here the level of power/accidental destruction introduced by the glitched tiles that transport items from screen to screen is almost scary and it feels like there's a lot of room for emergent gameplay choices. I played Imbroglio and 868-Hack and liked them well enough, but Corrypt immediately shot to the top of my all-time favorite game experiences.
I was initially turned off by the style of the graphics but please give it a shot. If you liked The Witness, Braid, and other game-changing puzzler experiences, you will love this.
Better than I initially thought
Tbh the sticky block pushing of the first half of the game almost drove me insane a few times; like, I wanted to break my phone in half. But the second half was really cool. I got stuck, but I actually managed to complete the game on a second run through, which was surprisingly easy-not exactly what I expected from this dev, but it was cathartic and satisfying. It’s hard not to be impressed that someone thought this thing up. I know I’m late to the party, but this thing absolutely still deserves to be played.
One of the coolest games I have ever played
I can’t spoil why this game is so impressive, but trust me. It is an incredible game. I wouldn’t recommend it to most though, as it is a difficult game that demands your attention. It’s uncompromising like that.
The aesthetics aren’t pretty, but they get the job done. The gameplay is initially very simple, and the undo functionality is very much of it’s time in the sense that it’s not as forgiving as many other more recent puzzlers.
How is it still one of the collect games I have ever played?
Basically, without spoiling anything, this game does the impossible from a game design standpoint, and it does it well.
If you like puzzle games (especially sokoban-style games) then this is a must play. This is one of the most influential yet obscure games in the genre, so it’s worth checking out if you like these types of game.
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- Michael Brough
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