With a first-person puzzling style that is quite different from, but at times reminded me of, Portal in some ways with its construction and dialogue Faraday Protocol at least caught my attention. Certainly the comparison isn’t a fair one, pitting anything against a pretty well iconic classic, but compared to some other attempts with this view in puzzle games I at least think this comes through fairly well, even if at times it has a bit more of a trial and error than a deductive one when it comes to working out how to proceed. It’s all about managing your limited energy resources in each room (or group of rooms) effectively, setting yourself up for success by working out the proper progression to things. It’s nothing revolutionary, but if you’re looking for a different perspective in your puzzling it’s a fair choice.
Justin Nation, Score: