Planet of the Eyes Crack/Patch

Planet of the Eyes An atmospheric narrative-platformer about a service robot stranded on a mysterious planet, Planet of the Eyes features a stunning visual mix of puzzle and platforming challenges, an original musical score, and fully voiced audio logs left by another survivor.

Download Planet of the Eyes Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 68 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1358
Genre Action, Platformer, 2D
Company / Developer
Coco Cucumber , Cococucumber / Coco Cucumber, Cococucumber

Planet of the Eyes reviews ( 5 )

InunahX, Aug 25, 2015

A platforming-puzzle game that will keep you hooked with its amezing design and smart build stages, a game that will keep you hooked untill the end. Test your platforming skills and solve puzzles in this impressive 2d game. - Planet of the Eyes

Foxyman1113, Aug 25, 2015

The experience is what I enjoyed most from it. Even though it isn't a really long game, the artwork is beautiful and it makes you want to keep playing to see what it's all about. The puzzles range from easy to a bit hard but I had a lot of fun playing it. I recommend to anyone who likes to have a good experience with atmosphere, entertaining physics and just want to feel good by the end of it.

agurczuk, Feb 6, 2017

A rather short Limbo-like platform game. Nothing exceptional but not bad at the same time. In the game you control a robot (that reminds me a dog for whatever reason) that for whatever reason reminds me of a dog. Crash landed on an unknown alien world your quest is to follow your maker and explore the planet. The first thing you encounter is an audio log of the person who gave you free will and you learn that he went ahead of you. Nothing else is explained and you will learn a lot on your way while exploring the planet. To be perfectly honest the plot is pretty thin and after finishing the game I have no idea what the story was really about. Graphicly this reminds a lot of Limbo. The environment is simple though unlike Limbo with a dash of colour. It also gives the same a little eerie vibe. The only thing standing out is the main character who is quite detailed and because of that a bit out of place. Though you get used to it after a while. The sound design is pretty good. The soundtrack is a bit eerie and unsettling working well with the game play. Apart from one or two instances where the music goes disco for unknown reason. Luckily it's not more than a couple of seconds at the time. The narrator in form of left audio logs is nice to hear and is a welcomed addition. Mechanically it's Limbo through and through. Well not entirely but close enough. You move along and solve environmental puzzles along way. There's no fighting, only jumping, climbing and moving blocks and stuff like that. The puzzles are not too complicated and well designed for the most part. The character however while jumping have a tendency to get magnetically pulled towards ledges which was a bit disturbing. In the end I will say this. If you've enjoyed Limbo you might like this as well. Not as good but pretty good. The story doesn't hold up. Finished it and I have no idea what was it about. Enjoyed it for the most part however and since it's fairly short you'll be done with it before it starts to get annoying.

MarkyBee, Aug 7, 2016

This game is very short - 1hr30 approx. It's got fantastic voiceovers which provide a plot. But other than that is a rather shallow experience with decent but basic gameplay. The visuals are deliberately minimalist from a design point of view. The whole package isn't overwhelmingly impressive, but it's a nice little game and if it's in your library already give it a go when you fancy something short to play through in an evening.

TitaniumDragon, Aug 6, 2016

Planet of the Eyes is a very short 2D platformer game. It takes less than an hour and a half to complete this game and acquire all the achievements – indeed, I did so on my first run-through. So what is it like? Unlike a lot of 2D platformers, the protagonist of this game – a robot – cannot jump very high or very far. There is no parkour in this game. Indeed, I would say that the robot’s physical capabilities are almost realistic. This means that your jumps are not exactly spectacular. You swim some, there are some bouncy pads, and you pull stuff around and stand on buttons at times. There are some timing elements, and some moving platform elements in a few places, but not many. That said, the platforming is not dissatisfying; it is okay. But that’s really the problem with this game; it is… okay. It isn’t anything special. It never really goes above and beyond. You find some voice logs over the course of the game which have fairly decent voiceovers and which gradually hint at some sort of plot, but in the end, you are just trying to get from point A to point B, and there’s not much more to it than that. The visuals of the game are clean and attractive, and don’t look cheap, instead having an almost art deco quality to them. But all of the game is adequate; it never makes the jump to the extraordinary. I can’t say that it wasted my time, but I can’t say that it particularly felt fulfilling either; it was just kind there. I would not buy this game. But if you happen to already own it, as part of a bundle or something, it isn’t a terrible thing to play through. But it isn’t something you should go out of your way to pursue, either – it is basically a “replacement level platformer”, for want of a better term. It is okay. Unexceptional. Mediocre.