Excellent game. I normally don't turn my sound on but the music and ambiance are very relaxing. I'm impressed with the gradual increase in difficulty, it's incredibly smooth and messing up doesn't feel bad at all. You can tell a lot of thought was put into designing this game and I think it has everything a platformer of it's kind needs (like unexpected obstacles, various routes to complete levels, and hidden secrets in maps). Definitely think it's worth the money, you won't be disappointed.
34 people found this review helpful
The more I play this game, the more I realize just how much polish it has. Ordia runs fluidly on my mid-range device, feeling silky-smooth at all times, and it's simple art style and color scheme ensures that elements pop even in harsh lighting. I find Ordia to be challenging while having a simple control scheme that's easy to get used to - to the point that it feels natural. The time trials are merciless and will demand perfection to complete, yet the act of trying again is so swift and effortless that you might be tempted to keep going for dozens of minutes. I haven't reached the end of Ordia yet, but it's one of the few smartphone games I know I'll enjoy journeying all the way through.
49 people found this review helpful
Thank you for such a lovely and thoughtful review 😊 Glad you're enjoying Ordia 🍄
Such a cute lil game ! Relaxing and fun. Can be a bit frustrating if you're a completionist, but triggering all the little environmental things is unique and fun. My only complaint is level difficulty increases way too much, way too fast. It would be nice to take the game a bit slower (those worm things are the bane of me!) and enjoy it. Sometimes causes me a bit more anxiety than it does offer relaxation, too. But it's a really cute and fun game otherwise.
30 people found this review helpful