30 minutes or less.
We’ve typed out nearly as many characters for this review as there are seconds of gameplay in Arrog. Playtime isn’t everything, though, and this half-hour long experience is well worth checking out. It’s almost impossible to discuss without spoiling things, but this is essentially a bitesize point and click puzzle adventure.
Gameplay is pretty limited; you’re along for the ride half the time, and when you do gain control, the puzzles are very straightforward. It’s more an interactive short film than a game as we know it, but there are some neat moments dotted throughout. While the puzzles are hardly a challenge, it does mean things move along at a purposely brisk pace.
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