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Charming and inventive
If physics based puzzlers like Unmechanical are your bag, then this charming little adventure will be right up your alley. It's not quite a classic, but features enough charm and personality to make it worth an investigation and you're sure to have a good time while it lasts. You take control of Ethan, a sort of cat-like creature who has a penchant for finding meteors and it's your job to guide him through a complex series of platform-style levels, making use of his various skills in order to progress. The most interesting mechanic on display here is his use of telekinesis, where he is able to pause time and then move objects around the environment in order to create paths and clear the way through. There are over fifty levels to explore across three differently themed worlds, while the sheer range of objects to encounter means you can tackle puzzles in pretty much any way you desire, so there isn't just one solution to discover. It's this freedom which is at the core of the game's appeal and which encourages replay. There are also a number of modes to try out, like time attack, with plenty of challenges and achievements to unlock and which add further appeal. Meteor Hunter is an undeniably charming little game which packs a lot of punch in a small package. The visuals are quite lush, with some lovely environments to discover and which are backed up by some beautiful music. Both the platforming and puzzling elements are well integrated, while the difficulty curve is well balanced. All in all, a solid and enjoyable little puzzler.