Mosaic for PC is a point-n-click adventure that concentrates on the themes of weariness of life and the feeling of alienation. The title is developed by Krillbite from Norway – the studio that successfully debuted with their Among the Sleep, a first-person perspective horror featuring a two-year-old child as a hero.
In Mosaic, you assume the role of an office employee working in a soulless corporation. Following a monotonous routine day after day, the hero realises that he does not belong to this artificial and heartless world. The moment he decides to change his life, inexplicable things begin to take place. Your aim is to reveal who or what is responsible for that.
The production by Krillbite is a point-and-click adventure focusing on the narration. During gameplay, you mostly explore and solve puzzles, and the story attracts attention with the combination of familiar realities and anomalous mysteries which push the player into finding answers. Additionally, if compared to other classic adventure titles, Mosaic features much heavier atmosphere and touches the problem of the human alienation in a big city.
It takes about three hours to finish Mosaic, but the authors introduced an additional, “secret” element that serves as an incentive to starting the game all over.
Mosaic published on PC features a gloomy and stifling atmosphere intensified by a matching, disturbing soundtrack. Visually, the title strikes the player with gloomy, steel and grey colours, which intensify the rawness and artificiality of the world along with its terribly skinny inhabitants.
PC / Windows
Recommended: Intel Core i5, 2 GB RAM, graphic card 2 GB GeForce GTX 1050 or better, 3 GB HDD, Windows 10
Minimum: Intel Core i3, 1 GB RAM, graphic card 1 GB GeForce GTX 860M or better, 3 GB HDD, Windows 10