For that price, it’s ok. You get an experience, that I haven’t seen anywhere else. Revealing a picture by basically memorizing the general colors and the swiping the right spots is - to me at least - a new concept. There are two major criticisms though. First, it can be done always and with a 100% rating within the time limit. I never struggled to finish the pic at least 30s early. Since there is no penalty for misplacing colors, you just paint everything with every color, and there is still more time left. Second, the content is lacking. If with all DLCs, there isn’t much there. One of the key features erasing away from the finished pic) is ultimately underused and could potentially be the game selling feature here, if it just was used in a more varied and more interesting way. So for 2$, it’s ok. Including workshopsupport could be the changing factor, but so far, not much has accumulated there, and some of it is straight up copyrighted and badly implemented.
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Pathfinders: memories is a lovely puzzle platformer, the goal of the game is simple:
Guide the robot from point A to B, but the puzzle here is that you can only memorize the path and only see the grids to guide the robot. While it seems simple, it becomes easily a challenging game, I loved it.
Is something more to love in this game? Yes, there is! I love how cute the robots are, seeing them walking is so satisfying, plus a chilling soundtrack to listen while you’re playing, I can’t recommend this game enough.
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I have a good time playing this cute game where I can challenge my memory. You have to memorize the safe path then draw it when it is hidden. You can use pins and checkpoints to help you but you lose points for using them, so be careful if you aim the high scores. I like that they use scenarios from different people in History, even some unusual like the Mali!