13 Games Like Antichamber

Games Like Antichamber
This assortment of games like Antichamber features a range of other experiences that will challenge your mind with puzzles, exploration and psychology.

Antichamber challenges players in a single player environment with bending psychological puzzles that will alter your perception of the game world and video games in general. This challenging adventure while brutal quickly captivated gamers for resetting their perceived notion of video game norms.

In the game players assume control of an unnamed character using a first person perspective as you advance from your starting location to the exit (not an easy task). From this starting room players can utilise the map to transport themselves to areas they have previously visited.

The puzzle orientated games like Antichamber that are found here will challenge your brain with a range of different mechanics to master. With a focus on first person games that also involve plenty of self-driven exploration these experiences are at the peak of the puzzle genre, providing endless hours of brain teasing scenarios.

Games Like Antichamber

the-beginners-guide

The Beginner’s Guide

Following up the unique experience of The Stanley Parable is The Beginner’s Guide, a game with similar ideas around abstraction and game creation. Narrated by Davey Wreden in a similar fashion to his past game players are taken through a number of areas that feature incomplete games by a ... Read More »

User Score
7.0
(1 votes)
the-stanley-parable

The Stanley Parable

The Stanley Parable offers a meta-fictional interactive adventure, what the game lacks in combat it makes up for with mind messing narration that will have you guessing video games and even your own existence in the real world. First born in 2011 as a free Half Life 2 modification this self ref... Read More »

User Score
9.1
(7 votes)
fez

Fez

If you love puzzle and platform games you definitely can’t miss out on what Fez has to offer. The game was released in April 2012 and is one of the most successful games in the genre and a great purchase for any platform puzzle fan. In Fez players will be able to explore a varied game world usi... Read More »

User Score
8.6
(11 votes)
qube

QUBE

QUBE is a puzzle game based around physics and platforming. The game was developed as an indie game and was a finalist in the 2011 Indie Game Challenge. QUBE stands for Quick Understanding of Block Extrusion and takes place in a strange mostly white environment which is made up of blocks. The g... Read More »

User Score
7.6
(9 votes)
quantum-conundrum

Quantum Conundrum

Quantum Conundrum is a first person game that blends puzzles and platforming with the ability to shift between dimensions. At the head of the game was Kim Swift who previously worked on Valve’s Portal game while John De Lancie voices the character that oversees your progression. Quantum Conundr... Read More »

User Score
7.7
(6 votes)
tag

Tag: The Power of Paint

Tag: The Power of Paint is a free to play game that embraces the power of colour in a first person environment. Tag was created as a school project and in a similar manner to Narbacular Drop the students behind the game ended up working on concepts in the popular puzzle adventure, Portal 2. The... Read More »

User Score
9.2
(5 votes)
magrunner

Magrunner: Dark Pulse

Magrunner: Dark Pulse is a puzzle game with many similarities to the popular Portal series. The game was released in 2013 for Windows and made its way to consoles later that year. The plot in Magrunner: Dark Pulse is a bit all over the place and you’ll have to stop and pause to get your head ar... Read More »

User Score
8.0
(1 votes)
the-ball

The Ball

The Ball is a puzzle game that is played in a first person perspective. The game uses the Unreal Engine and originally started as a mod but after having lots of success was made into a fully-fledged game. In The Ball players will play as an archaeologist who is working on a dormant volcano in t... Read More »

User Score
8.0
(2 votes)
vessel

Vessel

Vessel is a puzzle game with steampunk elements that focuses on physic puzzles based around liquid. The game was released in 2012 and has proven to be popular among puzzle fans and the media for its unique mechanics and simulation of fluids. In Vessel players will be jumping into the shoes of M... Read More »

User Score
7.3
(9 votes)
a-boy-and-his-blob

A Boy and His Blob

If you’ve ever wanted to own your own blob as a pet (who loves to eat jellybeans) then the updated A Boy and His Blob game for Nintendo Wii will finally make your dreams come true (the game is based on the 1989 NES game). A Boy and His Blob features a simple plot and is more about the gameplay ... Read More »

User Score
7.8
(9 votes)
the-swapper

The Swapper

The Swapper is a puzzle game that is all about cloning yourself in order to explore the eerie abandoned space station. The games visual and atmosphere elements are just as strong as the core puzzle experience. In The Swapper players get the chance to explore a futuristic research facility and s... Read More »

User Score
8.2
(9 votes)
narbacular-drop

Narbacular Drop

Narbacular Drop is the game that inspired Portal with the student team that developed the game being hired by Valve to work on the Portal series using the same concepts. The game can be downloaded for free from the official website. The plot for the game doesn’t reach the same comedic heights a... Read More »

User Score
6.5
(2 votes)
Echochrome

Echochrome

Echochrome is a PlayStation exclusive title with unique puzzle elements that uses a rotatable world and physics to alter your perception of each level. Launched in Japan in early 2008 and the North American shores a few months later the game is only available on the PlaySation Network, for Play... Read More »

User Score
8.0
(1 votes)