Touch the button? Don’t touch the button? Touch the button? Don’t touch the button? Throughout life we’re being left with the same old questions, mostly on a daily basis. If there’s one thing you need to know though, it’s Don’t Touch This Button! Well, not unless you really want to.
Don’t Touch This Button! is the latest title to come out of the ever prolific Ratalaika Games team, as they continue on their mission to fill the Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch libraries with a ton of cheap, cheerful games.
This one is a 3D puzzler, one in which you’ll be left questioning what button to press throughout. With logic, fun, humour and lies all present, it’s probably the most modern take on a Portal twist as you can get.
Don’t Touch This Button! will cost you a mere £4.99, and should you decide to delve into what it brings will discover you find yourself plonked dead centre of a strange land. With rooms in every direction, and dangers dictated by your actions, you’ll be left to work your way through this minimalistic world, pressing buttons and hoping for the best. With things ramping up in difficulty as you progress – we’re not sure how button pressing gets difficult, but we’ll let you know in our full review – and then an epic boss battle awaiting once you get through things, this is one not to miss.
And if you’re still not sold, know there are big red buttons to press too. And there’s no chance you can ignore that. Just Don’t Touch This Button!
You’ll find Don’t Touch This Button! on the Xbox Store for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, with full next-gen X|S optimisation in place. You should also be able to find this on PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch too.
You don’t know where you are or how you got here… This place looks extremely strange, and the string of rooms ahead of you is fraught with deadly dangers… But I’m sure you will be able to overcome all obstacles on your way and get to the exit… Or not… Don’t Touch this Button! is a humorous, minimalist puzzle game with a first-person point of view. To win you have to go through a series of rooms pressing a certain button in each of them. But with each successive room it will become more and more difficult, and the danger you face will become more and more serious.