The Talos Principle Crack/Patch

The Talos Principle In The Talos Principle, players assume the role of a sentient artificial intelligence placed within a simulation of humanity?s greatest ruins and linked together through an arcane cathedral. Players are tasked with solving a series of increasingly complex puzzles woven into a metaphysical parable about intelligence and meaning in an inevitably doomed world.

Download The Talos Principle Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 87 / 100
User rating
8.6
Downloads 4950
Genre Sci-Fi, Adventure, 3D, First-Person
Company / Developer
Devolver Digital / Croteam

The Talos Principle reviews ( 7 )

Esett, Dec 13, 2014

A surprisingly fun puzzler with great graphics and great sound coming from the studio that made Serious Sam? That is a sentence i never thought i would write! It is without a doubt the first FPS puzzler that comes near the perfection of Portal and in some, albeit subjective ways, it surpasses it. The "ways" i am talking about are the technical aspects(graphics and sound) which were always a forte of Croteam and the atmosphere. This game just grabs you from the first second with its amazing puzzle design and great writing. You just have to see what comes next. Overall a breath of fresh air in an otherwise stale year filled with over hyped triple A boredom. I wholeheartedly recommend buying it.

Guardianangel, Dec 21, 2014

Wow!! Very good and quality puzzle game. I haven't played a puzzle game as good as this in a long a time. I didn't expect much of this game but if there will be a second part I will expect very much and I will buy it as soon as it gets out. I'm very glad that i bought this game!

Anarion13, Dec 1, 2017

This is one of those rare cases when you can’t help but give a 10 score to the title. 9/10 for being an amazing game, with great (and unique!) puzzle mechanics, beautifully crafted levels / worlds (especially the GORGEOUS Egypt locations - what else do you expect from Serious Sam creators), and captivating plot. And the last - and most precious - 1/10 - for making me believe in your world. All those scattered terminals with bits of information from the archive, all those chats between forum users, all the letters from the developers of the “Talos” project, voice recording of Alexandra Drennan - it built the whole world for me. I cannot overstate the emotional effect this masterpiece had on me. The philosophy behind all the story - it is so pure, so beautiful, that you just can’t resist it. P.S.: this game has RIDICULOUS amount of Easter eggs. And it makes this game feel so warm, so alive - I literally felt how much love was put into this project. No one cares about Easter eggs these days. Devolved Digital do. Thank you, fellas.

Morpheuss, Apr 10, 2015

It has been a very long time since a game has captivated me like the Talos Principle did, the puzzles can be extremely challenging at times, but you can just abandon that particular puzzle and come back to it later, while you go solve another one. What I found great about the game was that it didn't force you to be a part of the story, if you just wanted to solve puzzles, then it left you to it, but if you wanted to delve more into the story line then it rewarded your curiousity. Considering there wasn't alot of narrative in the game in terms of videos and other cutscenes I still found myself engaging in the the philosophical questions posed by the terminals. Despite not getting many answers it only drove me to play the game even more just to see what was on the next terminal. I can honestly say that I can't wait for a sequel to this game I'd love to see where the development team might take this IP. In short if you just want to solve puzzles then play this game. If you want an engaging story then play this game. If you want both... Yup you guessed it! Play this game.

Buba28, Jan 10, 2015

Oh man I love this game! It's kind of a mix of portal meets, dunno what. But you can feel portal in it. It's basically a fps game where you solve puzzles, For those who love a bit mind games this game is great. We should support indy devs.

spageopriya12, Jan 11, 2015

The Talos Principle is a first-person[3][4] puzzle video game created by Croatian developer Croteam[5][6] and published by Devolver Digital. The game features a philosophical storyline.[5][7][8] It was simultaneously released on Linux, OS X and Windows on 11 December 2014,[5][9] and is slated for release on PlayStation 4 and Android platforms in Q1 of 2015.

bigsilverhotdog, May 1, 2016

This was just shockingly terrible. Vacuous, uninspiring, and full of psuedo-philosophical nonsense, there's almost nothing to do here except look at the graphics and solve -extremely- simple puzzles. As a mobile game... ehhh, maybe. It sucks and is simple enough, but the graphics are too nice for mobile. As a Portal clone... ehhh, also maybe. It feels like a Portal clone, looks like a nicer outdoor version of Portal, and the game seems generally trying to copy the Portal FPS-puzzle-physics-placement formula in order to print money. As a benchmark... doubtful. The engine looks nice but doesn't seem to push my rig like other benchmarks already widely available. As a good game? Not a chance. Maybe I didn't play it long enough to see something worthwhile, but every single second that I played absolutely sucked. It felt like I was playing a Myst-Portal hybrid made by an untalented, copycat developer. It also crashed my entire rig when I tried to switch resolutions to Surround. I regarded Serious Sam as cynically designed, generic, and generally tedious company, and I dislike this for similar reasons. It was on my wishlist based on hype, genre, and screenshots, but it sure isn't now. Goodbye trash.