Tough but fun
Tough but fun
Not at all bad game actually pretty clever game 15 minutes to 30 minutes (depending on how good you are at puzzle games) of problem solving and colorful puzzles.
The strong point of this adventure game is puzzles - they are interesting and slightly more difficult than the common adventure game difficulty. Most codes require double decryption keys to solve them instead of usual one, that makes this game more interesting and harder then most adventure games with code cracking. The last puzzle with colored balls in two circles also especially tricky. The plot was mediocre. While most adventure games are either humorous or scary and atmospheric this was pretty plain. Graphics were nice for everything, aside form the main hero which looked disproportional and badly drawn. The game fails to brand it's unique characters or world. On overall I am glad I played this game, but I feel rather indifferent about whether the hinted sequel comes or not.
I like the short movie at the start which tells us what's happened. Bubbles that contain a paragraph should be shown on the screen for a longer time than short sentences. Game play is alright. Puzzles are interesting. Transitions between scenes are nice. Not sure where the boy was going near the end. It seems that he has gone from a real world to a virtual one.
I admit that it's been a long time since I paddled a boat, but I'm pretty sure that's not how you're supposed to do it...