I enjoyed it. You need to take notes. It can feel a bit tedious at times due to needing to travel back and forth. Many of the solutions require experimenting a lot to figure out what exactly they want you to do. The biggest issue is **lack of accessibility.** There is no option to disable backgroung noise. Some puzzels require you to hear, identify, and remember different pitches. This is difficult for people who can't write musical notation, and it's impossible for people who can't hear well.
24 people found this review helpful
This puzzle game was fun. I always wish that puzzle games were a bit longer, but perhaps it's a good thing this one isn't. The controls are kind of annoying; you have to tap a lot to get the character from one place to another, and there is a lot of backtracking involved. Also, the second to last puzzle is very cheeky, so pay close attention to the hint for that one.
22 people found this review helpful
It's a fun game that can be confusing. It reminds me of cat doors as far as the puzzle gameplay goes, but instead of five or six isolated levels, there's three big areas that are interconnected. Like the answer to a puzzle will be in a different area, and sometimes you match up the wrong key and puzzle, though I think I only did that once.
28 people found this review helpful