ETHER One Crack/Patch

ETHER One Ether One is a first person adventure that deals with the fragility of the human mind. There are two paths in the world you can choose from. At its core is a story exploration path free from puzzles where you can unfold the story at your own pace. There is also a deeper, more adventurous path in which you can complete complex puzzles to restore life changing events of the patients history in order to help the validation of their life. The choice is left to you.

Download ETHER One Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 84 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1285
Genre General, Adventure, 3D, First-Person
Company / Developer
White Paper Games / White Paper Games

ETHER One reviews ( 5 )

flpmky, Mar 29, 2014

Ether One is the first game in a long time to challenge my problem solving. Ether One tests the player in a such a way as not to slow the pace down to a halt. Stuck on a puzzle - no problem, you can continue to explore and take in the deep and touching story at your own pace. This makes Ether One a suitable game for players of all skill levels. With a beautifully simple control set and an ingenious approach to inventory and item management/collecting. Many players will find themselves with a curious collection of items in their possession which will bring out the hoarder in everyone! I highly recommend this game to seasoned and new gamers alike.

MaVCArt, Mar 26, 2014

Ether One is a gem of a game. The developers, being an indie studio and having to work with limited resources, delivered on a promise to engage the player in a story that will stick with you for a long time after finishing it. A unique experience that can only be had in a game that is obsessed with delivering a story that is true to itself, Ether is truly an example of why indie games have been romanticized as much as they have. Giving this a 9/10 score is a no-brainer for me, and I advise everyone that reads this to pick it up; you won't regret it.

gloriouspotato, Jan 1, 2017

Ether One could've been a very solid game, but I feel like it's let down by some questionable design choices. As a 'Restorer', puzzles revolve around this idea of recreating memories based on information in the general vicinity. Most puzzles can be completed with sound logic if you explore carefully and read widely, though there are a handful of puzzles that feel poorly designed and which could use some better signposting. I also feel like the game would've benefited if puzzles were self-contained rather than requiring different items from across the map to help minimise the amount of backtracking. The 1 item limit is another mechanic I'm not a fan of, as having to teleport back and forth to check previous notes or pick up collected items is an exercise in tedium. It would've been much more convenient to simply have a portable inventory for items and notes.

podzorama, Apr 20, 2014

I was truly touched by this game. Centered as it is around Alzheimer, this was always going to be a sensitive story but it is pitched perfectly. Like Gone Home, Ether One shows how story telling has a place in the genre of Video Gaming. As you can surmise from the low 5/10 there is a big "but" coming. Ether One is also a puzzle game, although the puzzle solving is not essential to finish the game, it does expand the narrative. Within the first hour of playing I encountered some frustration in some puzzle solving, that after some online research became clear were bugs within the game. Even after a new patch I often encountered strange glitches and disappearing inventory items and puzzles that needed certain tweaks in order to reset . So everytime you meet a problem with a given puzzle you are never sure whether it was part of puzzle itself or another glitch/bug. Checking online gives either the disappointment of realising it is indeed another bug or that you have missed a crucial part of puzzle and the joy of solving it yourself has been taken from you. All of this instantly devalues ANY puzzle game. This is a game that promised much in its exploring, inventory and game play, but unfortunately falls short 9/10 for storytelling 4/10 for its puzzle elements

rexboy3000, Jun 19, 2015

I found this game extremely boring, I found the pacing of the game to be really slow. I play games to have fun, I do understand the meaning, but I am reviewing a game ,not a movie.