[Nintendo Switch] Isolomus Review
Isolomus from Sometimes You, Michael Rfdahir, and Serge Bulat is a weird horror experience on Nintendo Switch. Check our Isolomus review!
I previously got a chance to review Wurroom from Sometimes You, Michael Rfdshir, and Serge Bulat, a bizarre and weird short experience that was certainly unique, out for only $0.99. This time around, I’m here to talk about Isolomus, another short, handcrafted experience available for a $1.99 on Nintendo Switch. It’s a short game that you can complete in 10-15 minutes or so, featuring creations made from plasticine that are brought to life by way of stop motion animation.
It’s one of those rare games that is touchscreen-only on Nintendo’s console, which means you’ll be playing this one in Portable or Tabletop Mode, or on a Nintendo Switch Lite. You’ll control a cursor on the screen by tapping with your finger or dragging it around the screen as you find the right way to interact with objects and creatures. You’ll sometimes have to double click on items to use them as you try to reach one of the game’s two endings.
Once you’re done with your first run, Isolomus will show oh all of the possible choices that you can make during a run with the game. Any choice you didn’t make will be shown in a grey hue, teasing you to give it another go so that you can experience every unsettling scene that the game has to offer. Isolomus is one of those games that you’ll either love or hate, but either way, it’s one you most certainly won’t forget. Isolomus is out on Nintendo Switch with a low $1.99 asking price, and it’s so weird that you will probably want to give it a go.
This Isolomus review is based on a Nintendo Switch copy provided by Sometimes You.