In addition to bringing us “delicious” Swedish candies whenever they are in town, the developers at Fatshark continue to surprise us with their creative efforts. We dug the hell out of the Western multiplayer shooter Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Old West, and after seeing the team's latest effort, the brain-twisting, Pixar-ish puzzler Hamilton’s Great Adventure, we are equally impressed yet again. We recently had a chance to play through a few levels, and here’s a taste of what we saw:
"In case you aren’t familiar with Hamiltonian paths (and don’t feel bad if you aren’t), it works like this: you create a large circuit consisting of various pathways, and you have to navigate from a starting point, through the circuit, and back to the start by using each path just once. Sounds simple enough, right? Well, when it’s expanded out in the context of a puzzle game (minus the return-to-the-start requirement), this seemingly straightforward principle leads to some incredibly challenging and brain-paining situations."
For more details on one of the year's most unique titles, check out our full Hamilton's Great Adventure hands-on preview.