In the fantastic world of Pid, the player’s unique and eccentric journey unfolds as the young protagonist is stranded on a remote planet. Players hone their gaming abilities through creative approaches to gravity-bending action, intricate puzzle-solving and classic precision platform action, overcoming larger-than-life obstacles and truly original enemies and characters. Throughout the course of the adventure, players will be challenged to outwit a variety of quirky robots and befriend unlikely allies on their quest to face-off against a ruler that has no intention of letting anyone leave the planet.
Love-hate relationships are a tricky thing when it comes to video games. On the one hand, it’s very easy to become enamored with a game due to its surrealist art style and good ideas. On the other hand, sometimes it’s hard to really enjoy a game when it doesn’t deliver on all of its potential. Such is the case with Pid, an undeniably charming and clearly lovingly crafted puzzle platformer from developer Might and Delight. The game is a sheer joy to behold, and it can be fun in spurts, but it’s lacking in a few key areas, making it a bit of a hard sell. You take on the role of Kurt, a young kid who finds himself on a strange planet with no real clue on how to get home. It’s only after encountering numerous characters that he slowly begins to discover... Read Review