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Closure
Developer(s) Tyler Glaiel
Artist(s) Jon Schubbe
Platform(s) Mac, Windows
Release date(s) TBA 2010[citation needed]
Genre(s) Puzzle/Platformer
Mode(s) Single-player

Closure is an independent video game currently being developed by programmer Tyler Glaiel and artist Jon Schubbe with music and sound by Chris Rhyne. Originally released as a Flash game on the website Newgrounds, a full version of the game is being developed for Microsoft Windows, Mac and an unannounced console.[citation needed]

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Gameplay

Closure is a puzzle/platformer title that centers around the concept of light. Through each of the many levels, the goal is to reach the door at the end. Lighting is a key gameplay mechanic, as only platforms and walls illuminated by lightbulbs, or orbs of light the player can carry can actually be touched by the player. The player has to make use of the light source and light orbs in order to get through the area without falling off the bottom.

Reception

The game won the Innovation Award at Indiecade. It also won the award for Excellence in Audio at the 2010 Independent Games Festival.[1]

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