LV: Light and Void is a reflex testing runner game with puzzle elements, where you decode alien transmissions found on old VHS camera records of a strange object flying through space.
In the LV: Light and Void you examine VHS footage of an unidentified flying object light years away from earth, with the gamepay being split up into two parts – a reflex testing runner and a code cracking puzzler. In the runner phase you press the left mouse button to phase the color of the UFO between light and dark forms, allowing it to pass through the different colored barriers it encounters. This gets extremely hard very quickly, mostly because of the thin barriers that change polarities as you approach them.
If you do well in the runner phase then you’ll unlock a new signal to decode in the Camera Mode. This allows you to go through the footage and pause it at specific point of interference so that you can isolate parts of a code you’re searching for. It takes a little time to figure out exactly what you’re supposed to be doing but once you get to grips with the controls then it starts to make sense (the fast forward buttons and rewind buttons are actually slow motion buttons).
Due to those annoying color changing barriers LV: Light and Void is extremely tough, but it’s an interesting concept with a great sense of style and atmosphere. A reflex testing code breaking UFO runner well worth checking out.
Controls: Mouse – Point & Click
Available On: Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, iOS & Browser
Gameplay Video: Here