I enjoyed it. Took a little over an hour. Its shorter than similar games, but it doesn't fall into the trap of trying to make point and click puzzles more difficult by hiding things in places you have to find by spam clicking every square inch of the screen to find something hidden in a location that doesn't make sense. For this reason, i liked this point and click more than if it did fall into the tired trope.
3 people found this review helpful
Definitely a good challenge. I used the provided YouTube guide twice. The 1st time I found I missed something hidden in plain sight, the 2nd time I learned I could solve a puzzle without an in-game note hint. Wish I would have tried harder on my own. My only suggestion to improve this game would be more text prompts to let you know when you're on the right track, missing an item, etc. Would also be helpful to have a map of all rooms, not just the warp points.
12 people found this review helpful
A Google user
The controls are clunky on Android (it's difficult to tell where you can go and how you have to interface with objects) and the inventory messages give no clues as to what i need to find in order to advance. The rendering is extremely basic and the way the camera moves through the world is distracting. I'm uninterested in slogging all the way through the game because of these flaws.
11 people found this review helpful