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The Entropy Centre

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The Entropy Centre is a mind-bending puzzle adventure where you reverse objects through time to overcome seemingly impossible obstacles and conundrums.
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About The Entropy Centre

About this game

The Entropy Centre is a mind-bending puzzle adventure where you reverse objects through time to overcome seemingly impossible obstacles and conundrums.

Manipulate time to your will and solve ingeniously challenging puzzle rooms, each one taking you closer to the heart of a colossal space station in orbit of Earth.

An extinction level event has set the world ablaze. You appear to be the last remaining person alive. Mankind’s only hope lies at the core of the Entropy Centre.

Meet ASTRA, The Entropy Centre’s most advanced technical marvel. ASTRA is an AI-powered device that can scan an object’s spacetime chronology and move it through the past. Powers include rebuilding collapsing pillars to reheating cups of tea. She’s pretty chill.

The truth behind The Entropy Centre’s imminent collapse, and the Earth’s demise, can be found at the heart of this sprawling dangerous facility. But will you accept the unfortunate truth that awaits?

Deviously challenging with razor-sharp witty writing and outstanding voice acting performances, The Entropy Centre merges a brilliant puzzle game with an epic adventure.


Game Details

Release Date:
November 03, 2022
Developer:
Stubby Games
Publisher:
Playstack
Supported Languages:
English +
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Product Requirements

Minimum:

  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-2300 | AMD FX-4350
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 | AMD Radeon HD 6870
  • Storage: 20 GB available space

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"The Entropy Centre is a fun, clever, and taxing puzzler that rewards your effort, persistence and, frankly, backwards thinking."
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"With The Entropy Centre behind me, I’m fascinated by what Stubby Games accomplished with its debut. It’s full of excellent puzzles, but the stuff around them, like bugs and...
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"Is The Entropy Centre the Portal 3 you've been waiting for? It wants to be, and it certainly is a well thought out, well paced, and satisfying puzzle game to play. It also has...
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Rex
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This was quite the journey, I have to say. First off, the graphics and music are both great, and from the get go the atmosphere feels awesome, so that is a good start. The characters are quite likeable, not that there are many (main ones at least), and the dialogue and interactions between Aria and Astra are especially nice, but for the side characters you see in the terminal messages, well, they're as good as characters like that can be for the most part, but that's fine as they aren't the focus. The world building is interesting; the architecture of the buildings themselves feels mostly basic on the outside (Not all of them, just some, probably because of seeing mostly grey), with some interesting design choices, but the general area and the story it contains are quite something. I found exploring when I had the chance with a bridge cube to be quite good. For example, in the beach area, I used the bridge cube to meet a little bot out in a boat in the distance. I didn't even notice he was there until I got closer, so that was a cool find. The story is bittersweet, I think, especially the ending, if, well, I really hope for the best outcome. I'm not going to comment too much on it because it'd be a spoiler, but it is a good story. I liked it, and it certainly shows determination. The puzzles for me weren't too difficult, only towards the end were, I think, 2 or 3 that were somewhat difficult, but your experience may certainly differ. Personally, though I had a blast doing them, it felt great doing them. The game also feels greatly optimised, I had everything on ultra and for the most part it was completely fine, only the rare stutter here and there when I was loading a new big area, or when something HUGE was breaking down. For the bad, I'd say it's rough around the edges there were times I could see into places I probably shouldn't, and invisible wells blocking you from walking to the toilet but not blocking you from walking around to the side of the bathroom stalls, and the music cutting out if you opened the menu and stayed there for too long, for example. The UI for the main menu is bland and basic but that's not too much of a problem since it's just the menu. Other than that, I don't really have many complaints about it. They could have probably used a water splash sound effect for when walking on wet areas, that certainly felt missing. Oh and also a happier ending probably, but that's just me, still fine, just as stated previously,...
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Dev
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I like the portal games so this game was very fun to play. There are a good few similarities to the Portal games which isn't bad. The characters and storyline were engaging and I enjoyed playing this game.
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A Fun Portal Descendent
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This is a fun game that has some definite parallels to Portal, and yet is a unique game in it's own right. I've played a few other FPS puzzle games, and this one is one of the better ones. The humor is easy, and the puzzles aren't impossible.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, The Entropy Centre is not fully Steam Deck Verified but the publisher says it is "Playable" on Steam Deck.
  • All functionality is accessible when using the default controller configuration
  • This game's default graphics configuration performs well on Steam Deck
  • This game shows Steam Deck controller icons
  • Some in-game text is small and may be difficult to read
Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i5-2300 | AMD FX-4350
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 560 | AMD Radeon HD 6870
  • Storage: 20 GB available space
87% of critics on Metacritic recommend The Entropy Centre. The Metascore is 80 out of 100.
The Entropy Centre was released on November 03, 2022
The Entropy Centre is published by Playstack
The Entropy Centre was developed by Stubby Games
Fanatical users tagged The Entropy Centre as Puzzle, Story Rich, Adventure, and Puzzle Platformer
Fanatical users tagged The Entropy Centre as Futuristic, Sci-fi, Space, and Female Protagonist
Yes. Fanatical users tagged The Entropy Centre as having Singleplayer
Yes, Fanatical users tagged The Entropy Centre as Puzzle
Yes, Fanatical users tagged The Entropy Centre as Story Rich
Yes, Fanatical users tagged The Entropy Centre as Adventure

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