A Little to the Left review – cozy puzzling hits the limits of its form

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Slick puzzle design finds itself at odds with the creativity of organising that A Little to the Left wants to evoke.


The act of organising is a powerful one. It allows us to make sense of chaos, to put order to the objects around us and focus our mind. A Little to the Left, a puzzle game and first effort from Max Inferno, sets out to capture this, asking you to organise household items whilst dealing with the occasional disruption from a cat. The problem is, the fact A…

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