FEZ is an indie puzzle platform game developed by the company Polytron. In the game you play the character Gomez. He receives a fez (a hat in the shape of a truncated cone with a tassel attached to the top) that reveals his two-dimensional (2D) world to be one of four sides of a 3-dimensional world (3D). To solve puzzles in the game you need to rotate between the four different 2D views to realign different platforms or reveal doors and other paths. During the game you collect cubes to open new doors. The game has two parts. In the first part you collect yellow cubes to open the doors. This part of the game is a lot easier than the second part. In the second part you collect the blue anti-cubes. These cubes are a lot harder to get and the puzzles involve a lot of code cracking.
- Release date:
- April 13, 2012
How to play FEZ
The controls of the game are very simple. You only need the arrow keys to move, the spacebar to jump, the control key to perform some actions and the A and D key to rotate between the four different views in the 2D world. You can also play the game with a controller on the Xbox or Playstation. By solving puzzles and collecting cubes you open new doors to other worlds to find more cubes.
This game can not be played with a visual disability. There is no audio description for what happens in the game or wat is been said. (all in-game conversations are text only).
This game can be played very well without the audio. All the conversations are only written text so you won’t miss a thing. There are no real audio-cue’s in the game.
The controls are simple and you do not have to make quick actions so even with one hand you can play this game.
This game has a lot of puzzles, code cracking and deciphering of weird symbols. It can be hard to understand how to do this. But you could look op some walk-through video’s of the game.
- low vision
- color blind
- one arm
- one key
- no voice