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Unravel Game Information
Game Name: Unravel
Publisher(s): Electronic Arts
Platform(s): Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Release date(s): 2016
PEGI Rating: 7+
Unravel System Requirements
- OS: Windows 7/8/10 – 64-Bit
- Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo @ 2.4 GHz or AMD Athlon Phenom X2 @ 2.8Ghz AMD
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Video Cards supported:
- DX11 class hardware and feature set.
- PC: GeForce GT 450 or Radeon HD 5750 or better, with 512 MB or greater.
- Laptop: GeForce GTX 745M, AMD Radeon HD 8650G or Intel 4400 or better
Unravel PC Download
Unravel is a puzzle platform video game developed by the Swedish company, Coldwood Interactive and published by Electronic Arts. It was announced on 15 June 2015 and released in February 2016 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows. The game centres on Yarny, a small anthropomorphic creature made of yarn whom the player navigates through the environment, utilizing the unraveling yarn which makes up Yarny to solve puzzles, avoid dangerous creatures, and traverse obstacles.
Unravel received a favourable reception upon release, with many critics in agreement that the game’s visuals, protagonist, soundtrack, and overall tone were among its strong suits. But some others raised criticisms concerning the controls, variety of puzzles, and platforming.
The game centres around its protagonist, Yarny, a small, apple-sized creature made of red yarn. Yarny explores the world around him that makes small everyday things look large due to his small size. By using the yarn his body is made of, Yarny creates rope to form bridges, pull things, and swing from items.
His yarn is the main medium used to solve complex puzzles. As Yarny moves, the twine which he is made of unravels, creating lines that the player must use to solve puzzles to progress through the game. It also serves as an extra challenge, because if he walks too far, he will unravel into a basic frame. This frame can be refilled by interacting with balls of red yarn in the game.
On this mechanic, Sahlin has stated, “It’s always fun to play with physics. It’s not just about solving puzzles. It’s also a big part of how you move. Sometimes it’s just traversing, navigating. Since you always leave this trail behind you, you can always grab it and climb on it and swing on it. You can do these really cool things when you combine stuff.”