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About this game

Causality is a puzzle game about manipulating time, altering the sequence of events and changing the outcome of each level.

Set across strange and alien landscapes, help a group of stranded astronauts find a route to safety. Travel through time, work with your past selves and solve paradoxes as you take on this uniquely challenging puzzler.

Each level represents a brief but hazardous moment in time. Levels are completed by guiding each astronaut to an exit that matches their colour, within a limited time frame. When all astronauts reach an exit the level is complete.

- Control time and change the outcome of each level
- Work with your past selves to solve puzzles
- 60 levels to complete
- 13 achievements to unlock

Runner up in the 2017 Google Indie Contest! 🏆

"Causality is a fantastic game, one I've enjoyed my time with, even if it has left my brain a gooey mush. 4.5/5" - TouchArcade

"Causality excels at its unique usage of time loops and vibrant presentation. 9/10" - PocketGamer

"The game has a beautiful aesthetic that is calming, the music and sounds are pure bliss, and the controls are intuitive and responsive." - App Advice
Updated on
Aug 28, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

1.09K reviews
Phantom Echo (PhantomEcho327)
August 24, 2023
Each set, first levels are very intriguing as you're figuring out new mechanics. But as soon as the 3rd level onwards, they start getting too complex and requires bit by bit trial and error to see what gets you closer to your goal. Being limited in total time is also very constraining, it's like there's a perfect/near perfect solution and nothing else is acceptable; you can't play around "endlessly" freely using your brain to try to get to the goal. The player is just an optimisation algorithm.
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