The Witness Crack/Patch

The Witness You awaken, alone, on a strange island full of puzzles that challenge and surprise you. You can't remember who you are, and you don't remember how you came to be here, but there's one thing you can do: explore the island in hope of discovering clues, regaining your memory, and somehow finding your way home. The Witness is a single-player game in an open world with dozens of locations to explore and over 500 puzzles to solve. This game respects you as an intelligent player and it treats your time as precious. There's no filler; each of those puzzles brings its own new idea into the mix.

Download The Witness Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 89 / 100
User rating
7
Downloads 4317
Genre Miscellaneous, Puzzle, General, Adventure, 3D, First-Person
Company / Developer
Thekla, Inc / Thekla, Inc

The Witness reviews ( 6 )

JoeB777, Jan 30, 2016

A beautiful challenging game of exploration and problem solving. It's my game of the year for 2016, despite only been one month into the year. The game is certainly not for everyone: if you have low tolerance for failure in problem-solving, you'll find it very difficult To enjoy. But one can learn patience. And it's worth taking the time to learn to enjoy this game, even if one is not naturally inclined to.

KillingArts, Jan 26, 2016

If you like puzzle games and are up for a challenge, The Witness is your game. A beautiful island full of hundreds of little puzzles awaits you. And although all puzzles look pretty similar, if you see them on screenshots, there is a lot of variation. Also, while there is no traditional story, there are little story pieces to be discovered, scattered around the world. The Witness may not be a game for everyone, but it most certainly is one for me. ;)

Gnawer, May 17, 2016

Beautiful puzzle game. You play on an island, literally every square foot of it feels well thought through, you find unexpected new places all the time. Only flaw is a lack of actual story. This game is well on the level with Talos Principle and Portal, but the latter ones had a clear story, so they were more interesting in this sense.

cauebs, Jan 28, 2016

All I can say is that this is what you get when you spend 8 years on a game, focusing almost solely in the level design and visuals. No sain person will disagree that this game looks incredibly gorgeous, but the level of detail given to the world is wasted on a simple, repetitive puzzle game that is pretty much what people expect to find in a mobile game. Apart from that, there are various technical flaws that should've been sorted out during the game's long development, such as the absence of a field-of-view slider, mouse control in the menus, proper graphics settings, etc. Players will face some other design issues, such as the slow acceleration when you start walking, the initial lack of maps or any sort of guidance - which makes us feel overwhelmed and lost. If you can handle a considerable amount of frustration and much repetitive gameplay, you might even enjoy the experience proposed by Jonathan Blow and his team in this beautiful, yet boring game.

zenandshiny, Mar 31, 2016

Beautiful visuals, challenging puzzles, thoughtful but "borrowed" philosophical content, and the ultimately false promise of deep mystery to be uncovered. The game had been hyped for years, and ended up so depressingly disappointing to me that In the end I could barely bring myself to finish it. It is a glut of repetitive, meaningless, storyless puzzle-solving in an otherwise visually compelling environment that would’ve had the exact same impact on me had it been on the iPhone with pixellated 8-bit graphics. It wasn’t a game; it was a task. And it wasn’t one I felt any satisfaction from completing.

Cech, May 16, 2017

Cute and funny Repetative, but sometimes immersive Amazing gameplay and awesome effect of mistery Puzzles are the best i've ever seen in games, would recoomend this game to everyone, it is 10 points 10/1000