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Planet of the Eyes

A finalist for 'Best Indie Game' at the Canadian Videogame Awards, Planet of the Eyes tells the tale of a service robot stranded on a mysterious planet. A stunning visual mix of puzzle and platforming challenges, an original musical score and fully voiced audio logs will sweep you away on the immersive journey of a lone robot in an unknown world.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam


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I bought this game in 2016, but finished it only now (June 2021). So much for my backlog. Anyway, the game is quite short, an average gamer can finish it in two hours, if he solves the little puzzles without too much delay. The core gameplay is simple: It is a 2D puzzle platformer, and you have to run from the left to the right side of the screen until you reach the end. You are a robot, crashlanded on an alien planet. Everything you encounter might kill you - animals, plants, cliffs or a high-tech alien defense system. The story is told through environemental storytelling and by audio-tapes which can be found. Controller support works fine, there are a bunch of hidden achievements.
So is the game a masterpiece? It is cute, bug-free, highly playable, tells a little story, and the various game mechanics do not overstay their welcome. As long as you are fine with the low difficulty and short duration, it is a little masterpiece.

Review from Steam

Cool little game which I picked up for a stupidly low price in a sale. A Limbo-like, by which I mean you make your way to the right, avoiding obstacles, jumping over platforms, and facing puzzles. Unlike Limbo this is a pretty chill experience, it's mildly challenging without being frustrating, the imagery and scenery are drawn in bold lines and colours, and the electronic soundtrack hits the right note. It also doesn't outstay its welcome, taking about 90 minutes in my case to tell its little story.

Review from Steam

Short and sweet, amazing soundtrack also

Review from Steam

I absolutely adore Planet of the Eyes. It's just a very pleasant, chilling experience - the vibe of the game is really awesome. I loved the environment and the journey. ❤

Review from Steam

Fun little puzzle platformer, but only about 100 minutes long.
Buy it when it goes on sale.

Review from Steam

This is a fun game to play through in 1 sitting. I think if the Devs made a sequel, made a 2 player co-op mode, and made the game a bit longer, then it could be a nice success. All in all, this is a fun little game, but I wouldn't pay 10 dollars for it being as short as it is. If you like short, atmospheric platformers with a good soundtrack, this is the game for you - just buy it on sale or you'll be disappointed as the game itself is pretty short.

Review from Steam

A very nice little platformer in which you play as a cute robot.
Very simplistic gameplay and a pleasant art-style.
The music is quite nice too.
Movements are smooth. A controller is recommended, but you won't have trouble playing with KB+M.
Only six keys are required to play the entire game; it's that simple.
The checkpoints are very generous, so you won't feel like doing a chore.
The story is told through narration via audio files found across the game. The voice-over is very nice.
The achievements are also easy to get, as you can play any scene from the menu in order to get the missed ones.
It's quite short. So, it may feel a little pricey.
Get this at a discounted price if you want to get 1–2 hours of distraction.
PS: Press "z" on your key-board or "Y" if you are using an xbox controller and have fun.
My verdict: 7/10