La Tramontane - Ferienhaus direkt am Meer
Genre: Adventure, Indie
Plug In Digital
Release Date: 10 Oct, 2017
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I don't really have much to say about this game. It's not a great game, but the concept was interesting and just challenging enough to be kind of fun. The color and sound design were nice, and I think the minimalistic style worked for what they were going for. It looked really polished except for some of the typing errors that really stood out. For example, there were one or two "i" that weren't capitalized. Honestly, the story was the weakest part. If you want to experience the mechanics of the game, go ahead and buy it, but don't expect to feel any real attachment. The price isn't too bad for such a short game, but if you catch it on sale, even better. I wish it had better writing and was longer, but it is what it is.. On very rare occasions a game comes along that is so powerful and interesting, so moving and clever and original, that I think to myself, \u201cHad I created such a thing, I would be content to be remembered for it, and it alone, for all time.\u201d UNWORDED may be only the second such game in over thirty years of gaming.
The basic premise of unWorded is to form pictures from letters, based on the clues offered within a connected story. And a larger story is told by the various, seemingly unconnected stories, actually presented as individual, titled books.
unWorded can be challenging, but the underlying concepts are so crucial to all of humanity that the developers chose to make each and every puzzle accessible to pretty much every possible player. (Perhaps there was a single puzzle that took as much as five minutes, but certainly complexity of puzzle isn\u2019t the point. Complexity of life is.) There is more wisdom in this short, simple story than more gamers are likely to find should they combine every game they might play this entire year.
These developers took a considerable risk with some of the more powerful themes concerning man\u2019s destructive tendencies, but they felt that chance worth taking, and I salute them for it. Far too often games ignore the things we play games to forget, rather than address. This game takes no such easy outs. unWorded reaches into your heart, mind, and soul, and pulls out something you may not have known was there. And then another, and another, and another\u2026and then squeezes all those pieces together right in front of you, too close to continue to ignore their truth, beauty and wisdom.
Play unWorded. Please.. I was looking for some new relaxing (but still interesting) puzzle games, and this one sounded like it took a unique approach. I love the concept of making one thing out of other things (i.e. objects out of letters). The objects even become functional, which is a nice touch. What I did not expect was to be emotionally grabbed by this seemingly simplistic game. I won't give it away, but the ending hit harder than I ever would've expected pre-purchase. The game was short, under 90 minutes to complete it, but it was definitely worth grabbing on the winter sale. Hell, it's not expensive at normal price anyway. If you're looking for a different kind of puzzle game that still has a worthwhile story to it, this is definitely worth checking out. Music was nice, too.. Very cool game, made with love. Sometimes really tricky puzzles. An interesting way to make pictures out of letters. For that price a must buy.. Ostensibly a typing style game, but really just a sappy soap opera with some moving of letters\/shapes around to create other shapes. The 1.8 hours I took to complete the game is really all that there is. No real replay value, a plot that has no real surprises nor reason to re-experience, just blah.
I'm sure I'm a cold-hearted meanie, but I'm glad I didn't pay anywhere near full-price for this. Not at all recommended except for those...well, I have no idea who would want to play this game, really.
I suppose somebody recently experiencing loss might get some feels. There's that, anyway.. A fascinating game with an engaging story. Some of the puzzles were frustrating though. You could have a correct picture, but made with the smallest incorrect spacing and could therefore not progress until you made the necessary tweak. The animations and audio really brought the game to life for me though and I overall enjoyed the experience of this short, but very interesting story-telling game.
I would recommend to purchase on a sale. Not really quite worth spending too much money on for less than a couple hours of actual gameplay.