Looks great, sounds great, but... After you get past the visuals and the music (both great), the game has no challenge. "Tap wherever the red box is and win." Also needs a resolution setting or something, as frame rate on my Nexus 6P was horrible due to running at native 2560*1440 pixels. Halving that would have still looked fine and been much more fluid.
Pretty World But No Challenge I'm this game you're trying to save a beautiful world filled with music. There's a little red firefly thing that guides you on the way. You pretty much just follow it and you win. The worlds are very creative and it's fun to watch them unfold and transform but they present no real obstacles to you. This feels more like a showcase for the music than a game. The character will even occasionally stop walking to dance. The music is fine but gets repetitive. This app is okay but not essential.
It was decent. The game was pretty easy to figure out and the puzzles were not too hard. I was able to complete the game without being frustrated. I did get tired of the music looping and got sick of it very quickly. The game was a little too short and could have had more challenging puzzles and more variety. The music is ok, if you like repetataive pop synth. I did not care too much for the music. Overall I payed for this game to get little It would be neat if you can upload your choice of music and make thegame longer.
Updated: Revisited later and had no issues. Super cute game, very fun. Original review: Was really enjoying this, cool graphics, great music, very chill and relaxing, easy game. Then suddenly on "Glass Hills" level I couldn't walk the character forward anymore, but there was no obstacle in my path, like the controls just stopped working. I was able to walk a few squares out into open space though lol, must be a bug. Hope it gets fixed, I would love to finish.
Not much of a game, more like story time I felt like a passenger on an underwhelming amusement ride through a compelling storyline and accompanied by a rich soundtrack. Beautiful, but boring. In the end all you really do is sit there and watch for the guide, click, and then arrive at the end without any challenge. The intriguing concept to use sound to deduce play is all but lost save the last puzzle in the control room. If more of the levels actually had sound puzzles then this would a truly unique game worth the money and title.
Excellent music and graphics If you like this you'll like Monument Valley and vice versa. Some angles make it a little difficult to choose your direction but it's part of the challenge
Exlusive pre-release track from the new IAMYANK album Hiraeth!
To make this audio-visual experience better for you, we brought these updates:
- Further optimisations of the hardware usage
- Some minor bugs fixed
- 64-bit support
Please don’t forget to review Adventures of Poco Eco – Lost Sounds!