I thought this might be right up my alley, but sadly it was not: overly tough puzzles and a super condescending narrator woman are the aspects of the game I remember. My audience didn’t like it either, so I’m not alone with the opinion.

On the bright side, the tutorial level and onboarding was very nice, the music was pleasant and the graphics were great to look at. It’s a shame when those aspects are lost in less than enjoyable game play, yet so many games suffer from it (or perhaps, “games for people like me” just don’t exist yet).

I paid for this game when it came out, but after my experiences got a full refund from the wonderful people at Humble Bundle for it. Glad I could try it out, and I didn’t suffer any financial losses.