This was an emotionally moving game. As the behind the scenes say. The graphics are adorable. And they emerse you in a world or an "other worldly" experience. The only games that I believe beat this game in emotions are Bioshock: infinite and Oxenfree, which I highly recommend to anyone who absolutely adored this game as much as me. And if you haven't played this game yet, I highly recommend playing the demo first, and if you like it, you should buy it, bye!
Its a lonely game. I don't mind the repetitive gameplay because the game is more of a story to follow. The game speaks a lot to "exploration" and "facination with space". My only quarrel about OPUS, is that it holds your hand a lot. I think the game would be a lot more fun to figure out, if it didn't point you to where the next planet is so blatantly. Though, through and through I enjoyed the experience, and there's a lot more put into this than what you pay for.
ITS ADDICTING AND NOW IM ADDICTED TO IT!! (Hope i wont go in jail for this hahaha) Downloaded last night and just played it this morning and guess what? I LOVE IT! I was stunned how simple the graphics yet pleasing to the eyes. Keep it up devs. By the way devs just want you to know that I'm buying the full version sooner or later.
The game is really really superb. I loved everything but please make it free. U can increase the size though, if u want. Please! make it free,a humble request. I was really enjoying the game but then I was asked to pay for moving ahead so please!
The story captures you from the beginning. The game play is simple and beautifully done. I played the demo through and deleted the game like I usually do but this one I had to re-download and then ended up donating. So good! Let me know if there is ever an Opus 2 :)
Very relaxing game; if you're looking for adrenaline, this isn't the title for you. Near meditative in its approach, Opus' audio, atmosphere (no pun intended), and smooth controls make it a wonderful choice to wind down with before bed. And seriously, who could resist that tiny tinman, Emeth? Bottom line: it's not pretending to be something it's not--a rare occurrence among mobile apps.
- Korean, German language support!
- Completely redrawn cutscenes! Watch them again in the memory database section.
- Adjusted Interface layout to accommodate sentences that are too long in certain languages
- Minor bug fixes