So far so good. I'm about halfway through, and it's an enjoyable ride.Yes, feels inspired by The Room series, but that's not a bad thing. Great to play so far. However, the controls can be fiddly, where sometimes the attempt to make a found piece or tool work doesn't take or a tapped on clue won't function at certain angles. But I chalk this up to teething pains and I'm sure the next Blue Brain game will be even more beautifully made and imaginative.
Wow! At first I thought this was just a knockoff of The Room trilogy, and while it was clearly inspired by those games, it is every bit their equal. (Do I blaspheme?) Which is quite honestly a shocking achievement. Those games are classics, but this game belongs right there with them. The puzzles are challenging but logical enough that you can work through them. The graphics are top notch. Every detail has been meticulously thought out. Is it the most original concept? No. But who cares! If you love The Room, you'll love this too. If you don't love The Room, well clearly you've never played it. Either way, you'll love this game.
I finally finished the game. Loved it. Its the best game, best graphics, best everything I've played yet. And so worth the $5. I could not put it down often. Only a couple of small hints for the sequel...nothing big... The game is a bit dark...at times I could not see objects or places to put objects. And when I try to roll or turn or pull a lever, or ball, whatever, the entire screen moves. The boiler on both sides was a good example of that...try to flip those levers to fire the boiler and the whole room flips up. But even with those issues I couldn't give it any less than a five. Surely we don't have to wait A YEAR for the sequel! What WILL I do in the meantime??
I had this game in my wish list for the longest time because I don't normally buy games for my phone. But I finally bought it because it look so interesting, and I love puzzle escape games. I loved it!! The way the controls and the feel of the game were done well and immersive. The puzzles were challenging, with out feeling like one would never get them solved. I was so impressed with all the secret compartments and the complexity of finding the hidden objects. But the story behind it all helped drive the game along, I didn't get bored with it like I normally do with those kind of games. Wish it was longer, I couldn't stop playing and blasted right through it!
This is an excellent game after the Room sequels. I love it and find it a perfect mixture of renaissance instruments and Leonardo da Vinci's genious with a very delicate attention to details, aesthetism, and a feeling of bygone days. It is just like a story told by Umberto Eco and I thank the creators. I cant wait to buy anothger game offered by these genious and creative persons. Thank you very much. And the graphics are superb. However, the conquering part is a very difficult section. Wish you had made it easier. Especially for women, who are not prone to thinking about conquests + Mathematics... Thank you all in all.
Insane! If you liked the room you are going to love this one! Excellent mechanics, stunning graphics, the puzzles are not so straight forward as in the room and require imagination. Gameplay is also much longer. Music, atmosphere, scenario, an immersive experience best played on tablet. A few glitches on the controls here and there, some puzzles not making much sense, some p.o.i. hidden in the shadows and a sudden non climaxing end is all the criticism have to offer. True masterpiece. Well done Blue Brains. You guys lead! Hope you get enough funds to develop an even better sequel.
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