This might have made for a decent music puzzle game, if the noises you were working with didn’t sound so unpleasant.
Although the idea behind INK isn’t a bad one, with controls that don’t feel precise and such basic gameplay, it doesn’t make for a game worth playing.
Khorne wants to come and play
An overwhelming amount of bugs united with several game design issues, completely obliterate any enjoyment one might have from Open Country, despite it having some good elements as baseline. Hard pass.
Although there’s a charming aspect to how the game looks, the UI and controls hamper the experience from the very beginning.
This isn’t the worst game on Steam, yet still manages to be one of my most disliked experiences since I started gaming on this platform.
This game is horrendously repetitive and boring, with a veneer of cuteness plastered over it.
Little Misfortune pales in comparison to Fran Bow, as it essentially underperforms in almost every way. But it has voice acting! *Glitter*
RONIN: Two Souls – A tale of 4 hours and three chops (so far).
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.