ORIGINAL IDEA / WELL IMPLEMENTED Though I'd have to be interested in typography in order to like this but in fact one can u appreciate fine artist level design & a concept unseen yet in android games then u will enjoy this. Basically its a platformer but instead of levels or ground u make ur way thru creatively designed levels & collect letter along the way. When u die u dont have far to begin from a checkpoint. Only downside is the price, its a little dear, especially for such an indie/risky game outing. Overall an enjoyable experience
A Game of History In my view, this isn't a game. It's a history lesson. And I'm the type of person who enjoys education. The actual gameplay is a bit repetitive, but the history of typography is what has me hooked. Learning how forms of writing have evolved over centuries has been fun for me. However, I know this type of game isn't enjoyable for everyone. Perhaps a free version containing only a few levels might be a good idea to try to get more players.
The platforming seems bland at first, but they do keep introducing one-off mechanical set pieces as the game goes, which is nice. Don't be fooled by the glam: the history of typography isn't that interesting. The excerpts are substantial enough to make collecting collectables a little more exciting though, so that's nice.
A Visual Game This is a game that is meant to be taken more as a piece or art. The game itself is entertaining, but only for about 15 minutes. After that, the motions just become repetitive. To sum it all up: Beautiful artwork, Less than average game.
Really impressive! Great graphics and music, some education designed as a platformer. A couple levels are frustrating but ultimately doable. Just make sure you play until the VERY end. :) great way to spend 3-4 hours.
It's just okay Gameplay is beautiful and immersive, although sadly has nothing to do with teaching the history of typography. Also, the credibility of the type history section is undermined by a big typographic error in the first sentence, which put me off reading further for a long time. It seems to be written by a non-native English speaker and is a bit difficult to read. The hidden level is cute.