It's hard to talk about this game without mentioning Monument Valley, the mechanics are very much the same, so is the abstract atmosphere to the story. Yet they are so different from one another, not at all in a bad way. Great story, beautiful music, and gorgeous visuals. Sounds effects and voice acting just as on point. I hope with all my heart that there's more story arcs to be added to this one. Definitely one of the best app games I've played!
Is this game supported on Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+? Because all I can see is a brown backdrop after finishing its download. There's the woman talikng about the intro in the blank brown backdrop but there's no game. Is there something wrong that I did? EDIT. Reinstalled the app. And it worked fine, it's definitely worth it to download the game.
It's alright I guess but didn't really do it for me. I did not like how the character stops moving to start talking. Also how when a new element of the maze is revealed the camera pans over to it but the quickly pans back right when you think you can touch it. The music and narrator's voice are mystical sounding but so soft and gentle that they make you sleepy. Puzzles are repetitive. The background graphics are beautiful and the character is neat but oddly they are different styles that totally don't go together. Rather than the character being in the game she looks like on top of the game, if that makes sense. Despite my negative points I do think it is a really good effort and the dev has talent. This one though just doesn't come together really.
Very disappointed. The game looks STUNNING and the puzzles are great and I love the implied story and music but once I get to the fourth level it crashes on the loading screen. It's been doing so for half an hour. I wish I was able to play the rest...
Disappointing A beautiful but tedious game. I love puzzle games, but I like them to be more challenging. The puzzles repeat mechanics, disguising them as something new, instead of adding mechanics that create complexity. The story offers very little: vague words that interrupt gameplay.
The gameplay is ripped right out of Monument Valley, the story - such as it is - is simplistic and terribly told, the controls are often iffy, there are a bunch of level-breaking bugs... and yet: or all its faults, Ghost of Memories is really rather good. Gorgeous, involved and remarkably rewarding.
Multi-device game progress fix
Relaxing puzzle game, telling the story of Eon through gorgeous art and music.