Fuchsia – a comedic puzzle game about discovering who and where you are.

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Fuchsia is a point-and-click puzzle adventure with the classic puzzle game feel of the mid-Nineties, about a guy named Guy who wakes up on a mysterious island. With no memory of how he got there, Guy decides to explore the island, only to unlock a vast array of mysteries about it.

Along the way of Guy’s journey, you’ll hear his whole catalog of obnoxiously pun-tastic whit, which is certainly not juxtaposed to the atmosphere of the island. Fuchsia uses its unique music and art style to create an atmosphere not only of mystery and intrigue, but also of hilarity and absurdity.

The game’s puzzles, just like the atmosphere, exude uniqueness. While they will, no doubt, at times leave the player thinking long and hard, the puzzles are always fair and sensible. They are, we believe, easy enough for any player to be capable of solving them with enough time, yet hard enough for every player to feel satisfied at every point of progression.

Fuchsia takes place in three distinct sections (or “chapters”), and takes approximately one to two hours to complete. Completion time will, of course, vary based on how long the player takes to figure each puzzle out. The price of the game is, well, free.
 

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