Take something literally

Description:

Take something literally is a complilation of 25 puzzles.
This game is abstract, conceptual, non-conform and uses new interactivities.

Have fun!

How to play:

The rules are quite simple. Take the hints literally and just think outside the box. Be aware of your environement. Everybody can play and enjoy this game. You don’t have to be an hardcore gamer to play you just have to be logical.
You can also find tips on the forum : http://www.benoitfreslon.com/forum

Developement:

Year : August 2009

Team:

  • Benoit Freslon: Game Design, ActionScript, 2D art, sound design,
  • Translators: Many of wonderful people

Solution and walkthrough:

Awards:

  • October 2008: Week contest winner on Kongregate.com
  • More than 4M plays

96 thoughts on “Take something literally

  1. game so awsome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

  2. Cool game but none of the websites allow all levels to work. I had to go to several different ones to get the levels completed. Power Up (battery) doesn’t work on armor games. Most sites don’t work with Circle me, line won’t show up. Get Out doesn’t work except at home site on TIG. What’s up with candle nnot working in English? Otherwise cool game!

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  4. the last level doesn’t work on this site, just shows “zoom in” label and unresponsive “i give up” button (it won’t react when you press it).
    However, if you open the game from the other site the last level works fine.
    i guess it’s a bug.

  5. Um the last level just says ‘ZOOM IN’, and it doesn’t work? Please help because I cannot finish on any other websites due to the ‘Fully loaded’ level, because of the Armor Games intro and what not. I really want to finish but it doesn’t work! It’s meant to be ‘On the Paper’ but it is not. Help me out here, man.

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