Jolly Bunny’s Adventure
love the game was awsome to play it was nice and diffrent struggled with the controlls at fist but soon picked it up
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The design is simple but the gameplay is very good. The game is like Jump King but with rabbits. I don’t know what to do with the coins but I enjoyed playing.
My Little Prince - a jigsaw puzzle tale
This is a type game for the whole family. It has a very beautiful artistic work and allows you to choose the difficulty from 60 pieces (with large pieces more suitable for children), to more than 700 pieces (with much smaller pieces perfect for those who like the challenge of assembling).
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The theme captured me instantly, I love the Little Prince story! This jigsaw puzzle is great. It has a perfect set to play for hours. Beautiful and creative illustrations, relaxing instrumental music, great features that make even the more challenging modes very attainable. Very nice, recommended.
Chickduck & Catduck
This is a sweet, gentle graphic novel with side-by-side drawings of cute ducklings, nature and outdoor scenes. The object of the game is to spot the differences between the two pictures and click on them. A branch in the left scene may have 3 leaves on it and it’s matching branch in the right scene may have only 2. Most items are easy to spot…a few are very faint–nicely hidden. Game took me about 20 minutes to complete.
Certainly, parents and children would enjoy playing this together as there is no violence or hardships, just two ducklings ultimately finding each other. And there is an easy-to-use hint feature. If your little duckling is having trouble finding an object click and hold the right mouse button on the object giving him trouble and an exclamation point will pop up where the match can be found in the other picture. No penalties…just a satisfaction of completion.
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It’s short and good to play on a free time. Graphics have a child style and music is so cute. It does not have a save option so you must finish the game in one road.
Very good game
Rain City has about 3 hours of content and a nice aesthetic for such a low price, but there are some problems with puzzle logic and interface. I noticed that ‘Cotton Game’ is not listed as the developer, so I wonder if they were involved with this project on the creative level - I would expect more polish from them if they were. Overall, the puzzles are very similar to the previous games, and they can be somewhat challenging if not a little heavy on the moon logic. I also had a few problems with the atmosphere when it comes to the soundtrack. In my opinion, there are too many rooms that don’t have any music, that being said, I think most of the songs are enjoyable. While I understand that devs were trying to use the silence strategically, it was just too much and made the game feel empty. Additionally, the game is a bit glitchy, but I only had to reset the game one time when my character got stuck in the animation. Some of the interface problems are more frequent, there are all kinds of issues involving pixel hunting.
My name is Scribble & this is my game, Scribblequest! It’s a whimsical musical adventure. No, it’s not just a game with music in it, it’s like LITERALLY a musical. We sing songs with lyrics that tell the story while minigames pop in and out in time with the music.
There’s also a colorful world to explore and lots of lovable new friendbuddies to meet! (Just a warning that 2 of the aforementioned “friendbuddies” are my parents. You don’t have to be friends with them if you don’t want to. I wouldn’t blame you, they’re kind of A LOT… Modge and Podge, if you somehow figured out how to use Steam and are reading this, I’m very sorry and I love you… Also I’m proud of you for figuring out a computer thing despite being like 5 million years old. OK, I’m sorry again. I’ll stop talking now.)
Songs that tell the story. In Scribblequest me and my friends literally sing songs, you know, like in a musical.
Gameplay that feels the beat. Everything reacts to the beat of the music in minigames that rapidly pop in and out.
Befriend a charming cast of characters (and my parents too, I guess). My name is in the ding dang title so you know I’ll be there, but so will a bunch of my best friendbuddies. I think you’ll like them a lot. My parents invite themselves to everything so I’m sure we’ll run into them too and I apologize for that in advance. (Nah, but seriously, Modge and Podge are actually pretty fun sometimes I guess… Don’t tell them I said that though.)
Join the band! Will you shred a scorching guitar solo or honk out a stinky sax solo? The choice is yours!
Create a custom avatar! You will totally get to create a custom avatar using a very well designed and intuitive user interface. I promise. (I don’t promise)
Race shopping carts and lift weights! Podge says this is the stuff “manly men” do, so if you’re a manly man I think you’ll really enjoy these particular activities.
Grow your own nose by helping it eat fruit! (I swear this makes sense in context)
Experience the power of server-side cloud rendered blast processing! I don’t know what this means but Podge told me nobody will buy the game unless I included it. (I don’t think he knows what it means either)
Slip ‘n Dip
Literally the best game to happen im waiting for an Esports to come out for this game and i will be competing
Super Swarm Smash
An interesting Tower Defense game - brings a few new ideas to the TD genre.
The interaction between the towers needs to be thought through, but this process is assisted by the gradual introduction of the new new tower types.
Not an easy game and it will make you think - It might be an idea to start on the Easy (Clodhopper) level to ease your way in and to become comfortable with the concepts. Can get fairly hectic as you progress.
I’m having fun!!
Super casual puzzle game with tons of cute bunny pictures! I haven’t finished it yet but i suspect it will take me hours to get through all of the puzzles.
Defend the Cake
Really strong and fun early access tower defense game.
Has good progression of different types of enemies with different abilities (fast, armored, flying, burrowing, building jumping, etc)
Interesting mechanic where the bugs get to the cake and then go back along a ground path (which would only be different if they are flying/jumping.)
Fun different building types that balance different tradition TD buildings with some fun modifications (fast, slow, aoe, high damage single target).
Interesting boss enemies with different mechanics.
My favorite aspect is the unique mechanic of limited actions. In between rounds, you only have four (later six) eggbirds to build, upgrade, or gain extra resources. While you can undo immediate actions, you cannot sell or move towers later.
During a round, your only action is to temporarily power up towers, then wait a few seconds for the recharge. This might sound limited, but especially in later levels, it keeps you busy with quickly deciding when and on which tower to use your power best.
The maps are very open, giving you many different options to figure out the best set up by replaying a level.
This is again more of a neutral rating than a definite positive one. But let me get more into the details to explain.
Effie is a typical Unreal 3D-platformer made by a small team, and this shows, in both good and bad ways. On the positive side you can definitely see the dedication and work that was put into the environments of some levels (like the Vineyard or Windmills City), the platforming sequences are decent, too, and the many runes to collect give some good incentive to explore. Difficulty stays in a casual to easy range, yet doesn’t get too boring. Music was quite fitting as well, not too much variation, but also alright on the whole. So I have to admit I had fun regarding those aspects all in all. I didn’t mind the sometimes a bit clunky movements, or the narration style (a voiced narrator tells the game like a story to his grandchild). But the design and technical flaws sadly always pulled my experience down in between.
TL;DR at the end.
When you start the game, right off the bat, first thing I noticed is how unpolished the game is, the animations for opening chests for example seem half-assed, the combat basically consists of just mashing heavy attack and later on when you unlock the boomerang move (which for some reason is even stronger than the heavy attack while also being a huge AoE) and you spam that instead you have to watch that animation in slow-motion EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.
On the narrative side, the story is very basic but that’s not why I’m here for, and the voice acting is pretty lame and you’d keep hearing the same voice lines over and over again for example every time you open a blue chest you get one of two voice lines, and you open quite a lot of them.