Magical The game provides some great throwback play to games like Loom from Lucas arts, where spellcasting is a puzzle. Superbrothers, however, manage to create an even more engaging game mechanic through creative use of the touch interface. It gets a bit redundant, but push through and you may get to a place where that redundancy becomes the charm of the familiar. Also love that you power *down* instead of up!
Well done, and a great homage, but often flawed I love the paradigm and the style, and the little flourishes you'll catch in the character animations are certain to delight people who enjoy 2D animation. I also love the style in which the game is rendered, so the backgrounds, to me, are absolutely wonderful. That said... the touch interface implementation is consistently lacking. The only reason I only docked this game one star is because I know this is NOT an easy problem to tackle, and I respect what the developer has done. But it does, to me, take away from the playability of an otherwise excellent game. I do occasionally find the modern text jarring in the context of the game, but overall I know that's a personal thing and not really a failure on the part of the game, so it's more a matter of your particular expectations. I do think this is absolutely worth the price, if not necessarily for everyone, then at very least for fans of old school point and click adventures (the kind we loved for their witty, snarky dia/monologue and clever, user-driven gameplay).
I want to like this game I can tell the creators put a lot of work into the game, the style and graphics bring forth a unique experience with nostalgia. There are two main bugs, game locks up at 9% and the UI is sketchy at best. It takes over a dozen taps on the screen for even the most basic commands. Still happens after reinstal. Will give a more appropriate rating after issues are resolved.
The facination I have with this game is incredible, there isn't a game quiet like this one. I love each feature and I love how every time I play it again, I find something new! This game has great music, inspiring art and music that just can't be ignored. I give this game a 999999999999999999/10. That being said each game will have a hating audience, and the amount of bad reviews I come across is insane, mostly because of glitches and bugs I've never come across. If you like 2d pixel art, soothing music, and you have a good sense of patience, then buy the game. But if first-person shooters are more your style, then don't unless you want to try something new. P.s the moon stage feature is AWESOME.
Sound stopped stuttering and now it's back Ok so the sound is really good. For some reason it started working just fine. Maybe clear the ram before you play... any way good game devs. OK now it's back again when I'm using my head phones. Maybe it's a Bluetooth error.. dunno. But maybe we shall persevere.
Interesting game with some great sound design This is one of the more unique mobile games I've ever played. It's also one of the few without micro transactions, so I appreciate that. It's art style is crude but really charming. The best thing about the game is the incredible sound design. Everything from the sound effects to the music is expertly done. The only flaw I can see is the controls are a little wonky and you never really get used to them.
The codefellas are here with a fresh new update! Version 1.0.19 is happy to present:
- Fixed twitter authentication issue
- Improved rotation behavior
- Added multiple user support for Android 4.2+
- Other performance improvements and minor fixes
Thanks for the feedback! Keep calm & carry on.