Beret is a 2D puzzle-platformer game about a scientist, astonishingly named Beret, who has gained telekinetic abilities through his research at the Evil Corporation. He decides that the Evil Corporation is a tad too evil for his liking, and begins his solitary quest to overthrow the corporation and punish the evil deeds of his employers. Beret has 21 puzzle-filled levels, 120 collectable Medallions, over 20 hours of gameplay, and an unlockable level editor.
Beret is a puzzle platformer about a scientist who has decided to take down his employer, the Evil Corporation, using his powers of telekinesis. The game has 21 levels filled with plenty of puzzles, and as the game progresses they get ridiculously difficult. In each level are six Medallions that can be collected and used to access more secure areas of the Evil Corporation, but you will need to cleverly use the objects provided in each room of the level to get the Medallions. The Evil Corporation doesn't just sit back and let Beret go along his merry destructive way though, and you will have to fight your way past many types of guardians and security systems... when not using them to get to Medallions!
Beret has over 20 hours of gameplay, and also comes with an unlockable level editor.
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Highest Rated (2 agree) 9/10
Beret is one of the better puzzle games I've played this year. It takes a simple idea of granting your standard platformer hero telekinetic powers, and executes that idea really well. The controls are pretty smooth as far as controlling Beret's running and jumping, and the walking mode is a good way to finely control Beret's horizontal descent. The puzzles are what make up most of the time spent playing this game, and I think Kilmer did a great job picking the objects that are put in the game …
Aug 3 2011 by Leylite