Nino Maze LOFI

Nino Maze LOFI


This game started out promising.

Relaxing music, not too difficult maze, nice animation of a running cat, …

I liked the game instantly and felt like it would be a nice way to relax.

But the further I got in the game, the more I felt like the goal of the creators was to irritate us.

The “difficulty” of the mazes was the increasing length and the smaller size. Everything became smaller so it’s not a game for people with bad eyesight! And the mazes were super easy but just really long. The music also became more irritating. Sounds that don’t fit together and “singing”?

Real player with 1.5 hrs in game

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Overall exactly what I expected, with a few issues -

The fact that it gets smaller with each stage wouldn’t bother me had they kept to a light colored background and tiles - a black cat would show up fine in contrast. I was able to see fine in all the stages, it just was more annoying on those.

I really, really wish the LoFi didn’t have any speaking to them. It made me jump multiple times, and just pulled me out of the relaxing mood. It’s only in a few of them, but I personally didn’t enjoy it.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Nino Maze LOFI on Steam

Everybody Wham Wham

Everybody Wham Wham

A very cute and relaxing experience (with some very funny moments). The visual art is PRIMABELLA and the soundtrack is PERFECT-EL RINO and gets stuck in your head even when you’re not playing the game.

There are some things that I’d like to see more in the game though, for example, I’d like to be able to interact more with the characters (I don’t mean talking to them, I like the way that the main character communicates with the others, but I’d like to have more of those moments when you get to know them and they tell you about their lives), also, I’d like to be able to interact more with the scenario, aaaaaand (even more important than the others) I’d like to see multiple endings, I wish we could be able to convince the characters to change their minds about some things (which could impact the ending).

Real player with 8.9 hrs in game

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This game is brilliant, and deserves so much more attention than it’s getting right now. Here are a couple of reasons why:

#1 - The story elements and the vibes of this game feel so complete and so beautiful. It’s relaxing, fun, and there are always little surprises popping up that I didn’t notice the first or second time I play through it.

#2 - The soundtrack is beautiful and filled with catchy tunes.

#3 - I get so invested in the snowman building competition, I surprise myself. This his, hands down, the best snowman building game ever made.

Real player with 8.7 hrs in game

Everybody Wham Wham on Steam