Simple dialouge-game, similar to others although a little more innovative and has more valueable characters. Some will like it more than me, but it felt like I was just reading text-messages much of the time.
Emotional journey while your loves one is trying to get to Europe as refugee
This game is a fantastic, well designed, incredible emotional journey all done through text messages. It's a rare thing to find a mobile game that makes you really feel, and this game makes you feel a whole lot. It makes you care and become emotionally tied to your wife Nour, a Syrian woman trying to make it out of Syria to find a better life. She sends you messages in real time and you have response dialogue options you choose from. It's a simplistic concept, but my first play through lasted me about 2 weeks. You can change it so that it's one continuous conversation instead but I recommend the real time approach as it adds a realism to the game that is very impactful. Highly recommend this game. Well worth the price. Hats off to the devs for really going for something and nailing it.
How is this a game, exactly? I get few options and it autoplays. I often turn it on and let it run. I thought games allowed you to play, not read boring conversations that i wouldnt dream kd reapondi g in such a manner...I'm not invested at all and I was hoping so after the reviews. Maybe I lost the definition of game or maybe it'll pick up but I hate I wasted 3+bucks on this....
I really wanted to like this game but the dialog just isn't very engaging. The characters spend most of the time discussing travel details and how much things cost, and then present you with decisions without giving you much context. It brushes on big socio political concepts and then moves on to the cost of a taxi ride. Maybe that feels realistic to some but the characters weren't engaging enough to get me invested. It also suffers from that Mass Effect-style 'that isn't what I wanted to say!' problem. There is one moment where tapping 'be careful' results in "many Africans are thieves" which was a jarring experience to say the least. Sadly, does not live up to the hype. I'd rather read nonfiction about the war and resulting refugee crisis.
As much as I love the concept, the game for some reason is not working properly for me. I cannot play the real time mode, since after two - three conversations with Nour I'm not getting notifications anymore and when I'm going to the game, protagonist is writing message automatically, straight away, without waiting firstly for notification or message from Nour. Seems like weird bug, a shame though.
Minor bug fixes
A story game about life’s precious moments, broken dreams, and changed plans.
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