Miguelshroom: First day at school
Interesting way of doing a jigsaw puzzle game. Each puzzle is related to the same world, and you can walk through the scenario like a topdown classic RPG (by the way, this could be a nice idea)
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Small indie jigsaw game with a twist: you can walk in the scene and follow the story once you finished assembling each of the 12 puzzles. Puzzle pieces don’t rotate.
Playtime estimate: about 2 hours, maybe 3 to collect all achievements.
Pros: Nice graphics, wholesome relaxing vibe, very cheap. Minimalist interface. Nintendo-like.
Cons: Sometimes pieces appear to get stuck (use the refresh button). Movement is restricted when exploring the puzzle, would be nice to have a button to interact with objects. Only a single short song on repeat (can be muted). I’m having a little save hiccup/reset on launch day.
Destinata FULL RED Edition is the finally long waited version of Destinata Red, implosioning from “colors”!
Destinata is a pixel art platformer (in case the imagery didn’t tell) with branches dividing the game in a dynamic and mysterious fast-paced platformer, you meet Ladia, a young girl with special encounters and terrible experiences over and over again which suddenly makes her more colorful than ever before.
Destinata Full Red edition contains:
cute Pixel Art and Characters!
Hand made animations and unique 2d indie pixel art metroidvania art stlye!
Different branches and elections throughout the game!
Hand drew HD full 4k images (sometimes pixeled due to system necessities)!
A false and grotesque sensation of thinking about a future with happiness that will never be reached not matter any decision, constrained by destiny we will not escape.
And Most Importantly……….
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GROW: Wild West
This game has interesting and fresh game mechanics. Defiantely not something you see everyday.
The artstyle is quite distinctive as well. The game itself is not that long, but has some space for digging.
For this price it is definately worth looking at.
And yes, you can get your whole village drunk, so 10/10 bananas!
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This game is so sweet! You need to choose which people to invite to your town, and see how they interact with each other. There are different ways of developing your town because of that. This idea is very interesting!
Save the Pirate: Sea Story
Would you like to take to the open sea to experience crazy adventures rather than staying confined to your home due to Covid-19? Then Save The Pirate Sea Story is the deduction and logic game you need!
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Letters - a written adventure
Journey back to the 90s and move through beautifully hand-drawn letters, as you follow the life of Sarah. Learn more about her friends, nerdy obsessions or why she has the most annoying sister ever.
Then go digital as Sarah grows older. Revel in the nostalgic pixel world of the early 2000s internet while navigating all the drama, anxiety and joys of teenagehood.
Shape your future
Watch Sarah grow up and make decisions that will change how her life will turn out as an adult (no pressure). Take revenge on your sister, play video games all day or fall in love. It’s all up to you.
Don’t like the outcome? Just go ahead and rewrite her story. (See? we told you, no pressure.)
Power of words
In a world made from paper and computers, words matter. So use them to change drawings that block your way, help friendly characters and interact with Sarah’s friends.
Finding the right words is hard sometimes. Especially for shy people like Sarah. So help her by breaking them apart and creating new ones for her to use instead.
Letters is a cozy, often funny, sometimes sad game about friendship, growing up and finding your way in life. Explore Sarah’s colorful world and use the power of words to change her life!
Or… just stack cats or something.
innovative word-based riddle mechanic, you’ve never seen before
relatable coming of age story, inspired by real-life
branching storyline where you can discover new possibilities with every playthrough
beautifully hand-drawn visuals & pixel art evolving with Sarah’s age
comfy, playful & casual game that focuses on narration and having fun with words
good for practicing English skills in a fun way
playtime: approx. 3 hours (1 playthrough)
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.
Elisa: Seduce the Innkeeper
Below the dashes was written earlier. I’ve now played more of this, as well as other visual novels. The pace of this one is extremely slow, with a text speed that won’t adjust (though the setting is there, it seems to do nothing). Additionally, each scene lasts for many more lines of dialogue than I am used to, and the autoplay and skip are both still moving at the text display speed, just without having to click to move to the next. The adult patch does work after I installed it correctly (I had the wrong folder originally, but that was my fault), and the art is not bad, and is more explicit than even patched Huniepop. Still, the pace leaves me cold.
The english translation could use a better localizer to be honest. a good few times the wording felt off. the MC felt like a pretty creepy dude at times like the kind you don’t want to see irl. The art excellent for the most part. just a few scenes i think could have used more color mainly the countryside one felt bland(more flowers preferably). I enjoyed the girls this is just after my first playthrough where i got rebecca and caterina. if you can stomache Alfonso’s ceepiness and just downright predatory attitude and date some anime babes go for it. I did enjoy despite it’s flaws. but to the devs please get a better localizer for your content maybe spend a little more time in the story writing room and i think with your visuals you could really hit it out of the park if you fixed a few of your writing mistakes and the MCs attitude.
“Bright Paw” is a relaxing, very easy puzzle adventure with an adorable cat protagonist, cute stylized graphics, and an interesting story that unfortunately doesn’t really find closure.
You play as Theo, a cat whose owner has just been murdered. While trying to find the killer, you discover an entire secret facility full of robots, lasers, and other traps. The story is narrated via whimsical voice-overs, as well as texts that describe collectibles which you keep finding. The narrator also comments on your actions, similar to the narrators of “Bastion” or “The Stanley Parable”.
An adorable little 2.5d to top-down puzzler game that has you going through different levels and has limited environmental interaction, but going from a simple home invasion to, well, you have to find out, is like an early draft for something from the X-Files or a Cat rendition of an episode of LOST.
Game-play involves choosing a limited amount of cards that specify what action you want to perform at that time to traverse obstacles and explore the ever-widening story that makes me think of the show “Lost”, where it throws out a avalanche of ideas and design, but only explains a handful. /You thought it was a simple plane crash, didn’t you?/
Played with Oculus Quest 2 and Virtual Desktop streaming.
This was incredibly pleasant. Totally worth it on sale for a half hour experience. Worth it regardless if you don’t need to be as concerned over finances. But I would like to see more of these at $5. Girlfriend watched it first and then I did. Was a nice activity for the weekend.
You don’t need controllers once it starts up simply looking at the 3 chapters will start them.
You will want a decent guardian area set up as you’ll want to get in close at times or change your viewing perspective. It’s 360 degrees although things aren’t happening everywhere all the time. It’ll be clear where you should be looking. Sometimes it’s lower to the ground or higher up. Similar to Allumette: The Little Match Girl in style. I do wish it was a little brighter even if it’s supposed to be dark.
Stars received: 7.5/10 _ Note: v.5 [0.0 to 1] = personal impressions
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Crazy Rabbit AntiLogic
Hey man. You need urgently to help the Rabbit to overcome all the obstacles and defeat the evil witch.
Make him feel like a hero! You will have to pass through hard challenges, based on your skills: move adroitly, calculate fast, solve complex puzzles.
It is not so simple in this world, but only you can make it better!
• Interesting storyline
• Original new generation 2D-platformer
• Competition for time and quality of the level passing
• 33 absolutely original levels