Follow
Followers: 160

The Witness

  • About
  • Add To
  • Share

Genre: Adventure, Indie, Puzzle

Platforms: Mac, Xbox One, PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4, iOS, PlayStation Network

The Witness is an exploration-puzzle game. The game is being developed by a small, independent team, a mix of full-timers and contractors.

No lists available, why not create one?


Create new list
82Good88
Based on 128
member ratings
Based on 14
critic ratings


How would you rate this game?
menu
chevron_left
chevron_left
chevron_right
Trailer
play_arrow
Gameplay video
play_arrow
Screenshot
zoom_in
Screenshot
zoom_in
Screenshot
zoom_in
Screenshot
zoom_in
Screenshot
zoom_in
Screenshot
zoom_in
Screenshot
zoom_in
Screenshot
zoom_in
Screenshot
zoom_in
Ingame Screenshot
zoom_in
Ingame Screenshot
zoom_in
Ingame Screenshot
zoom_in

QUICK NAV

Member Reviews

Join the community to review your favourite games Create your account

Profile image
nunocordeiro
1 reviews

Great 100%

One of the best games I've ever played. It's a beautiful game, but where it really shines is on the puzzles. The same style of logic puzzle, with a large amount of small variations, will keep you hooked. Sometimes you'll face a new one variation and you won't know how to solve it. Somewhere else on the island there will be a sequence of puzzles that will work as a tutorial for that variant. It's also perfect to play with a friend or a girlfrien... Read More
Profile image
Hille
1 reviews

Alright 80%

I didn't really know what to expect from the game when I first booted it up. I have always loved games like Myst, Syberia and Riven and at first I thought The Witness would be something similar. While Myst is more of a clue solving game The Witness is straight up a puzzle game. At first that really put me off. I was really looking forward to explore this beautiful island, find clues and solve them da Vinci Style, but the game soon had me hooked a... Read More

Positive points
Variation of puzzles
Scenery and game engine
Length of the game
Negative points
I would have loved to have a side element to the puzzles, like the Myst series