Edit: No word on the Oculus exclusive content, but English subtitles have been added! Hope to see the Oculus stuff brought to this version soon!
Newly released Oculus version contains more content and English subtitles. Steam version has not received an update since June of last year. The Oculus version is not available in my region, (UK). Until either the Steam version is updated, or the Quest version is released in UK, I will leave a negative review to express my dissatisfaction.
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Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
the most cutest anime I’ve ever seen
the most sweetest manga I’ve ever read
the most adorable game I’ve ever played
Kind Words (lo fi chill beats to write to)
This is not a game. This is a community of kind strangers helping each other with kind words. Your only reward will be nice music and rooms to decorate. But that truly is enough. Kind words are not for those who seek rewards or validation. You don’t meet or talk or make friends with anyone. Kind words isn’t made for that. It is just meant to be kind words spoken without reward or consequence between strangers. And in doing just that Kind Words elevates itself. It truly becomes a place where you can seek kindness from strangers, when real life deals you a bad hand.
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I bought this game a long time ago on a recommendation from a friend, but never picked it up. Then one day recently I was feeling really down and useless about myself. I didn’t really want to play any of my usual favourites and I remembered I had this and thought I’d give it a go.
At first I thought it might be fun to vent into the aether (and I got some lovely responses), but soon I realised that replying to other people’s messages and helping where I thought I could felt great. So many people were going through things I’d been though and could help with. It’s a thoroughly charming game with so many enDEERing features, I’d recommend it to anyone whether you’re feeling good or bad. It’s the sort of game where playing for 15 minutes can make you feel better about the day.
The Good Time Garden
this might not be suitable for persons who have suffered from sexual trauma as there are a couple of lines in the game that could be triggering but aside from that this is surprisingly a really good game! it is very short and to the point with its message and theme but that is probably for the best
also, you will be in our hearts forever dude with a hole in his chest. you’ll be missed
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It’s good to be wet.
There’s not much I can say about this without spoiling what’s here. Let’s just say there are games and then there are artistic experiments masquerading as games. This is an art project with game elements.
What you see on the store page is what you get: A throbbing pink squishy world full of naked creatures in a short surreal experience. Feel free to interpret it as innocently or as perverse as you prefer.
It’s about 15 to 20 minutes of exploring that climaxes into an abstract metaphor for… whatever you need it to be. Along the path is just a relaxing music track and some silly creatures to meet in this casual maze of squishy pink.
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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Game description key-points: a 30 minutes long story in 3 episodes
This is literally the best game I have ever played. It has an amazing soundtrack and stunning visuals with a deep and complex character with a profound character development arc. I was instantly taken in with Bundle Kitt, it was a perfect combination of cute and fun that left an aching desire to play more. I love this game and honestly cannot recommend it more, its a free, cheap game that will brighten your day and put a smile on your face. Thank you Bundle Kitt.
OK, Bundle Kitt is fantastic. The speed at which the character moves and the abruptness of the mews are just perfect. There are many games that try to be funny, often through scripted jokes and cutscenes. The brilliant thing about Bundle Kitt is that it actually involves the player in the comedic timing. The scenes often don’t end until you meow, but once you do, they end immediately, like a jump cut. Bundle Kitt is one of the funniest games I’ve ever played. For the price of free, you should check it out.
Ellie’s Travel Diary
Experienced on the Oculus Quest 2
You can view my review & gameplay here: https://youtu.be/w44TCVIdsIQ
This is a very lovely travel attraction tourist app that succeeds in making South Korea an attractive tourist destination in Virtual Reality. Currently, there are 4 different locations that you can visit, as well as take part in mini-game type activities. The activities include stuff like throwing arrows into a jar, taking photos, or watching a fireworks show.
The artistic style used to recreate the different places in South Korea is very charming. The locations are well detailed and look absolutely great in VR. There is no locomotion. You do need standing room (or swivel chair) with the ability to reach around 360. The music, while not bad, wasn’t as memorable, simply because it seemed nondescript. It should be noted that although you can choose English, there are no English VOs. You will simply get translated text.
8/1/2020 EDIT: After the recent Minimalist mode, I’ve decided to revisit this review.
This is the most engagement I’ve ever gotten from a Steam Review. And it was me dunking on an incredibly talented team of creators. It sucks knowing that my highest creative achievement has actively held back purchases, and thus just compensation, to actual artists. With all that said, I want to see future games from Mooneye Studios. I want to respect their creative achievement with a fair review, rather than with apathy.
Recommended- with caveats.
The game has fantastic visuals. The environments are stunning.
However, at the time of this review, there are some significant bugs, such as clipping into terrain, possibly getting stuck in/on geometry if you morph back into the wolf at the wrong time or place, animals, plants, rocks, and other things floating above the surface (levitating when they should not be). Some random UE4 engine crashes, unknown what is causing them, no way to predict them.
An earlier bug that left the game running after you exited has been patched by the devs, but it means my total hours played is not accurate. (I bought the game on Launch Day, while the bug was still occurring). I estimate my actual playtime to be about 5-8 hours less than what is shown on this review.
One Hand Clapping
This game is super neat, especially if you already have a vocal background. It could get frustrating otherwise, as you will be asked to match pitch and harmonize. There’s also some rhythm elements, so having a sense for that will also help.
The sound design is lush and gives many clues. It takes the sounds that you’re producing and incorporates them into the game as you go, resulting in even richer soundscapes. The puzzles are occasionally mildly bewildering, but then they click and become super intuitive. The art style is super cute.
I love this game! I finished my first playthrough the same day it finished downloading, and I’m definitely going to play through it again. I keep hearing that the devs are going to add more content, which is super exciting. The voice controls are wonderfully intuitive - I grew up playing some of the first video games that used singing as a mechanic (think karaoke games) and wow - things have changed in a good way.
Some things to note: you’re going to want a decent mic for this. It doesn’t need to break the bank, but you should probably have a pop filter on it for best results. I didn’t play with one and it definitely picked up background noise on occasion. I’m not sure how to adjust the sensitivity of my mic personally, but you’re gonna wanna play around with things until you find something that works with your setup.
Cons:One of the main problem with this game is that it only takes around 2 or less hours to complete it. I also feel as though the story was unfinished. I wish maybe that we could play as Emma when she is the automatician. I also found a key that you can pick up and never found the meaning of it. In the room where the fountain is there is a door that is locked that i thought the mystery key was for. What are all those do not enter signs on those doors about. Why didn’t I ever get to go upstairs. Who are the people that I’m competing with?
Too short, too many bugs, too little response from “developers” (read that “students who have graduated”). This is a fairly clever little game that was not really ready to become a product before, it appears, the course it was written for ended.
We never could figure out how to get into the secret room, even though we must have “solved” the game, as the credit roll came up after we solved the last puzzle. But, there were a couple of unchecked items still on our list of quests. Worse, one of the walkthroughs clearly shows that same item marked as completed just after an action that one would expect to complete it, yet that did not get it marked completed when we took that action ourselves.