[Nintendo Switch] Looking Up I See Only a Ceiling Review

by EdEN, Owner

Looking Up I See Only a Ceiling from Flynn’s Arcade and Silver978, saineko08, and Moriko_Pen is a bite-sized psychological adventure game. Check our Looking Up I See Only a Ceiling review!


Looking Up I See Only a Ceiling from Flynn’s Arcade and Silver978, saineko08, and Moriko_Pen is a bite-sized psychological adventure game on Nintendo Switch. You’ll be taking on the role of a stressed girl who decides it’s time to explore her attic. It’s a hand-drawn journey in which your choices can lead you down different paths that will eventually resolve in one of three endings.


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Once you gain control, you’ll notice you can either inspect some points of interest in your current location or move to a new spot. You will do this by cycling through the different spots by using either the left analog stick or the D-Pad and pressing the A button to confirm your choice. You will inspect, observe, and use objects as needed. You can also play this one by using the console’s touchscreen when playing in Portable or Tabletop Mode.


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You’ll soon notice that the protagonist is very particular about how to do things and in what order. You won’t be able to do much before having breakfast. And even when you do make it to the kitchen, you can’t have breakfast if she doesn’t first get a cup from the cupboard, fill it up with coffee, move toward the fridge, and grab something fresh. Take care of that, and you can finally sit down to have breakfast.


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Looking Up I See Only a Ceiling is a bite-sized psychological adventure game on Nintendo Switch. It’s hard to review this one without revealing too much about the plot twists you’ll run into since it could spoil this short experience. Let’s just say that stress is bad for everyone and that you should always take some time for yourself. It’s a short one that you should be able to complete in an hour or so for all potential endings. And once you complete it, you’ll unlock Explore Mode, allowing you to look around your home to learn more about the game’s lore. Looking Up I See Only a Ceiling is available on Nintendo Switch for a budget price of only $2.99.

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Disclaimer
This Looking Up I See Only a Ceiling review is based on a Nintendo Switch copy provided by Flynn’s Arcade.

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