Really beautiful game with some interesting puzzles. However, you have to pay to finish the game. I would understand if it cost something to unlock bonus harder levels after finishing the main plot line, but having to pay just to finish the main game left me disappointed. It felt like half a game. But the graphics are beautiful, the setting is peaceful, and the notes are a great touch that adds a lot of depth to the game that it wouldn't normally have with the puzzles alone.
Good game but cannot see me spending $2.99, maybe $1.99 for the complete app. Adverts between each level, so you are not playing for free. Game is pretty easy if you keep your eyes open and look at everything, developers did not hide anything to make it impossible. When I get to the last free level, I'll just go to YouTube to see how the game comes out.
It's a very pretty game. Although the graphics style is technically minimalist, I appreciate the genuine 3D environment, smooth transitions, and animations. There are an impressive amount of details. The puzzles themselves were not hard. The average person should have little problem getting through most of the challenges. Fortunately, there are no awkward leaps in logic, nor obscure hidden objects. Everything is perfectly logical. Ads were non-obtrusive. The game requires lots of space, be sure to have an SD card. If you do, absolutely give this game a try.
What's the deal with the coordinates? I found all 3rd notes and they don't make sense to me. Foreshadowing to a future title maybe? I like your use of pots to show where people can go. If there's a pot, it means you can go there. 3rd note puzzles were also great. I first thought they were random... But then I saw the hints. Nice touch.
10 minutes in: Game In Progress and it's looking pretty good as there's not many games like this 30 mins in and I've just paid for the extra levels as it is original and smooth and just challenging enough 60 mins in and I'm hoping my pennies last longer than the percentage complete status suggests 90 mins in and I'm all done as I realize that the collectable sheets (which you don't need at all and only add a little bit of random plot) are the percentage of completeness it referrs to. I completed all the puzzles but only gathered 70% of the guff. However,I did enjoy it but it should not have been priced at £2.99!
Fantastic game, I actually bought a £10 Google Play cars especially for this game. Looking back on it, I think it should be more like £1.99 for the extra levels. I never used the hints bit had to Google things like the question mark level which still doesn't make sense as to how you uncover the hidden underground area. Definitely needs more levels for what you pay and recently uncovered a level 0 - which no one has been able to figure out. Did encounter 2 bugs in this game, one of which is a flickering issue on one of the walls. The other was the question mark level when I end up having a duplicate piece. All in all a great game and one of my favourite on Android by far. I think acquiring the 3rd letter was always one of the more challenging aspects of the game. I'm glad I paid for the title because I know it paid for the thousands of hours of labour that went into building this amazing title :D
Fixed level 7. Fixed hints in level 17.