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Quantum Conundrum demo now on Steam

Oh boy.

Perplexing puzzler Quantum Conundrum by Portal designer Kim Swift now has a demo available on Steam.

A couple weeks ago Oli Welsh reviewed Airtight Studios' latest where he found it rather underwhelming.

"Despite its frequent frustrations, it's a solid, intelligent puzzle adventure and represents good value for money, but it could have been much more by trying to be a bit less," he wrote before slapping a 5/10 at the end of his Quantum Conundrum review.

It looks like many of you were kinder to the game in the comments, and Oli's remarks were far from negative - they just weren't exactly positive either. Still confused as to whether it's worth £9.99/€14.99? Head on over to Steam and sample that mad science for yourself.

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