Warp is a puzzle–based stealth action game where you play as Zero, a little orange alien with a big score to settle! Imprisoned by the villainous Commander in an underwater research facility, Zero must escape by relying on his arsenal of unique abilities.
When I first started playing Warp, the latest game from Trapdoor Interactive and Electronic Arts, I couldn’t help but feel what I like to call the “Valve vibe”. That’s when you kind of get the same sort of independent gaming essence from its previous works, but from a different perspective. Warp has a Portal-esque look at first, as you wander as a cute little alien named Zero around a lab and humans watch over your progress through a memory puzzle and digesting a grub (without a mouth, no less). But before you get into the easygoing vibe that the game puts on at first, you’re soon taken for a throttling turn. About near the beginning of the opening level, Zero reacquires an ability that makes him a force to be reckoned with –... Read Review