How do I describe it? I loved it and disliked it. The sound, storyline and content are some heavy weak sauce but that adds beauty to a visually beautiful game. Lucy is adorable and her random appearances are just enough to prevent boredom due to lack of content. The short story really caused a dislike of the game; to which it was solved in under an hour on my first go. The puzzles were adequate but relatively easy to figure out. It's a very good game for what it's worth but it has no replayability so it's not worth keeping installed. Graphics are great and beautifully detailed but not much else to it. Great to try but buy only to support the developer.
Most puzzles were straightforward and fairly simple, with just enough challenge to make it a bit interesting, but most of the real difficulty came from scenes being too dark to be able to clearly see what you need to or from having to just randomly click around until getting lucky, made even worse by the annoying hint icon in the middle of the screen. One or two puzzles were misleading, and not in a good way. Sword blocks some arrows making it difficult to see you can go a certain way. Also, combining objects is buggy and inventory button locations are inconsistent between games. Finally, game was very short and, as another review put it, anticlimactic. A nice attempt, but definitely room for improvement.
This review won't help you decide if you should buy this app, but it will help you decided if you should download it for free. The game is weird, kinda nonsensical, and quite short; but it's worth checking out for free.
The object inventory design is highly unintuitive. It is as though the programmer has no concept of drag and drop.
Sloppy animations, anticlimactic ending, most puzzles were ok but some of them didn't really made sense. It's still fun and enticing, but a little bit frustrating.
can you escape - fear house pro i am havin trouble finding stuff on this game and i love these games just wish the hints were all free thou