Infinifactory is a weird 1st person puzzle solver which puts you in place of what I am assuming is an enslaved human being forced to sort through various scenarios at the hands of very fat aliens who are hellbent on your death. You take the role of a sorter and your job is to make sure different boxes of different types make it through a conveyor line to a specific drop area in a specific way.
Some boxes need to be stuck together and enter the drop zone in that shape or else you have to redo your conveyor line and start again. At first I didn’t know what to think of this game but the puzzles are actually quite difficult and they get even harder as you progress through the game. As you go through these various levels you will find dead bodies of other slaves (sorters) who probably couldn’t figure out how to do these puzzles and died while trying. Once you do find these dead corpses you will be able to walk up to them and activate a recording of their last moments. In one instance I found a dog corpse and all that was on the recording was a bunch of barking.
I don’t know for sure but there may be a hidden story behind all of it but since this is in Early Access it’s still pretty difficult to tell. I am sure though that others have their theories. I will say this game is a bit tedious at some points because I feel there is not much incentive to finish the puzzles. All that happens after a couple of puzzles is the player getting sent back to a locked room with a trophy that can be placed wherever or just thrown around like you’re an R-Tard…. That’s what I did. So far though the game is pretty enjoyable especially as an early access game, but for $24.99 I suggest waiting for more to be added because the main puzzles are nothing too special and the game just doesn’t seem worth $24.99 at this stage of development.
Developer / Publisher: Zachtronics Industries
Played On: Windows PC
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