Blows my mind Shut up and take my money! Game like this is the very reason why I ditch home console and just go mobile. Innovative, beautifully designed with great soundtrack. For all AAA publishers out there, creativity and fresh idea like this is the reason I no longer buy your newer games. Ok, maybe I'm a bit hyperbolic here but seriously, this game rocks!
Game isn't bad but not great. Gameplay is very repetitive. When playing as the daughter you are just timing jumps. When playing as the dad it's more puzzle gameplay but not difficult. And if you would play for the storyline then there are better alternatives like the telltale games that are more interactive.
One of my favorite games EVER! I agree with the reviewer that said it belongs on the pedestal with Thomas was Alone and Leo's Fortune. The art and music are gorgeous, and the gameplay is totally unique and engaging. The difficulty level is just right, which is a tall order! I would only make minor tweaks: sometimes the text is grayed out when it shouldn't be, and the story could use some editing and polishing. But overall it was a real joy to play. Well done!
Such an unusual concept. The story as well as the controls/gameplay are so unique you just have to play it to experience it. I'm only a couple of chapters in and it's intriguing and sad and clever all at once. Brilliant
Absolutely love it! One of the best games I've ever played in my entire life, and I'm not taking about mobile games only.
Leo's fortune, Thomas was alone and now Sally's law, show Gameloft and EA what true creativity is. When a game makes you smile and feel for the characters, not only have you got a great game, but you also have an amazing game experience that feels personal. 1st you play sally, helping her through puzzles, then you play her dad, who is helping sally, it's absolutely genius. Great controls, simple to play, touching story and an overall magical puzzle adventure you won't forget. This needs to be played. Real gamer reviews.
Chaves Adventures is a super adventure and legendary side-scrolling platformer
Western Man reminds you of playing classic jump and run game when you were a kid