This remake of a free game from 2014 has great visuals and an interesting story. However, with clunky controls and other noticeable flaws, it doesn’t present a strong case for why gamers should buy it.
Although it’s a beloved classic, a point and click game that requires a walkthrough to play has missed the mark in a crucial area. Unfortunately though, the developers didn’t take this opportunity to sharpen an older game that’s not aged […]
For a game with so little content, it still manages to sneak in a bug and inconsistent writing. It’s sloppier than the first game.
This 3 games in 1 package offering is a convenient way to play this short series, but it doesn’t take advantage of this opportunity by connecting them together. Each game is wholly separate from the others, which makes the light […]
Although there are some charming ideas and enjoyable moments in the story, the gameplay falls short of the Zelda style it so heavily mimics.
I’m not sure what others see in this game as it’s incredibly short, unfunny, and boring. Perhaps I should look in a mirror, but I suggest looking elsewhere for a better game.
The game has decent audio/visual quality, but the worst thing about it is that it’s pretty boring. The gameplay isn’t varied enough to hold one’s attention for long.
If you’re already fond of casual, walking simulators than this would likely be a good choice for you. Otherwise, this short game with minimal objectives might not be for you.
It’s a bit gimmicky, as other adventure games would utilize many of Minit’s features and set-ups otherwise. However, it adds another layer to puzzles and difficulty as well, and was pretty fun for a short jaunt.
I think that this driving game was quite ambitious and managed to pull off some of its goals alright, but falls flat at delivering a consistent, well-executed game.