On the surface it looks like a quaint little pastime, but once you play you start realise it actually is a psychological horror game. These levels are designed to torture your mind and once you’ve come back to the brink of sanity after completing a puzzle, you’re sent right over the moment you progress to the next one. This continuous cycle will break you utterly as it did me.
The only thing that kept me going was Adam and Diego’s strong relationship, I had to do it for them
(In all seriousness this game is pretty great, really enjoyed getting stuck on a lot of the puzzles)
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This was a fun game, especially for someone who isn’t a full proper gamer and is rather new to playing games. I liked the puzzles and definitely will be playing through it again :) It’s very cute, I love that every level is named after a flower. I wish it were longer and I wish the interactions had been more interactive, but I still enjoyed it a ton
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I love the game, you need to be focused to solve the problems. Having said that, I’m stuck at level 67 T_T… Heeelp!
Cat Fu Mi
a simple but fun little game for casual time
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What to say about Cat Fu Mi? Well, graphics are decent (bonus for cats!), the concept is rather universal and include some national variants. The dev even added a shop to customise your cat!
So why a negative review from me? A simple reason. Cat Fu Mi belongs to this category of AAAAARGH games which makes you feel frustrated like hell. Why is that so? Because this is a game that requires patience from you… A virtue I am entirely deprived of! I fail to see through the patterns of each cat and keep losing past the 6 first levels because I cannot bother to force myself to think about them.
A nice game to chill and kill some time, easy to learn and hard to master, the game has a nice dificulty curve, providing larger and more complex puzzles as the game progresses. The game has a nice amount of stages, it is worth the investment.
☐ You forget what reality is
☐ Don‘t look too long at it
☐ Very good
☐ It‘s just gameplay
☐ Watch paint dry instead
☐ Just don’t
☐ Very good
☑ Not too bad
☐ I’m now deaf
☑ Check if you can run paint
☐ Rich boi
☐ Ask NASA if they have a spare computer
☐ Just press ‘W’
Very good puzzle platformer,fun to play and puzzles will give you a decent challenge.
Wish there were more levels and some harder levels too because some mechanics are really good and could be used to make more challenging levels.
All in all a solid puzzle platformer and worth the asking price
I have enjoyed playing this game. Got 6 hours from 60 puzzles. Currently stuck on the (final??) one with the fir balls witch. The graphics and interface are very basic but the gameplay is satisfyingly addictive to keep going puzzle after puzzle. Well done devs for a cleverly simple game.
Floating Farmer - Logic Puzzle
Cute, relaxing, not too hard. It took me a little under 5 hours to finish the 50 puzzles.
Young players might enjoy this, though they may need help learning how to move a tile where they want it to go. It’s a bit like Rubik’s Cube but nowhere as difficult!
I liked it, it’s a way of living in a farm environment, in addition to these cute animals, the puzzle sometimes gets a little complicated, but I’m getting used to the game and so it gives pleasure to complete the challenge.
Skeleton troubles Have you ever wondered what happens to all skeleton enemies in video games after they die? Now you have to experience it the hard way! Playing as the skeleton, collect bones and hearts scattered across different levels so that he can restore his power and resurrect again and teach all his enemies a lesson. Only the most agile and careful skeleton will be able to sneak past all the deadly traps and dangerous enemies on the way to the last level. Can you cope with this task?
Arctictopia is a puzzle-solving game in the Arctic Ocean. Figure out routes and plan your moves to help mama polar bear find her cub on the melting ice.
As the ice sheets melt away, the polar bears' route home becomes even more treacherous…
10 unique mechanics woven into 150 intriguing levels.
Immerse yourself in a hand-drawn, picture book-styled (but frigid!) North Pole and as you cross the Arctic Ocean.
Plan your every step carefully — with each move you make, the ice under your paws melts a bit.
Relax and take your time puzzle-solving. It’s easy to retrace your steps or try a different level. Chill and enjoy the challenge.
Adorable cub, seal and puffin.
Amazing funny and cute game!
Love the graphics and the movements.
Bunny is hopping like a bunny should do.
Fun new element with the beachballs.
Some levels were easy others needed a little bit more thinking time. But overal fun to do.
I would love to see more levels!!
This game is very cute and relaxing, the mechanics are simple and very nice. I’m looking forward to playing new levels! Recommended.
This is a really pleasant puzzle game!
This is one of those games where you start it up, and you’re immediately dropped into a set of puzzles with no explanation as to how to proceed. Thankfully, the mechanics are easy to pick up, and new concepts are gradually introduced in intuitive ways. All throughout, the puzzles are very well-designed, and the difficulty curve is smooth.
Though there are only 90 “basic” and 21 “hard” puzzles in the game, and it may feel like a majority of the puzzles are themselves easy and short, I would say the game makes up for it by increasing in difficulty and throwing in a few tough puzzles in between the easy introductions of new concepts (which themselves are designed so as to not overwhelm you as you get used to them). The game also has two difficulties, an easy mode and a hard mode; these give you different achievements and have different puzzles in each, so this adds to both the replay value and challenge of the game.
AT A GLANCE:
3/5 Stars - This is a pretty decent logic based game. If you like messing around with numbers then check this game out. I would describe it as a logic meets sudoku puzzle. Definitely something different.
Casual, Puzzle, Single Player, Indie, Logic
Release Date: May 2018 - Click on the hexo’s to add or remove number dots. Equal the amount needed at the end of the hexo to finish. Puzzles get more challenging the farther along you go.