Despite some oddities, it still proves to be an enjoyable game.
Tag: point ‘n’ click
Little Misfortune pales in comparison to Fran Bow, as it essentially underperforms in almost every way. But it has voice acting! *Glitter*
At a certain point, the story in Fran Bow becomes a tangled mess with no clear indication on what is or isn’t real. This doesn’t ruin the game, but expect a muddled ending.
A nice point-and-click game that is ruined by its puzzles.
A beautiful-looking game in a world without humans that has an expensive price despite its short playtime.
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.
A beautiful narrative point-and-click with vibrant visuals.
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 4th game in the series bears similar traits to its predecessors, while also offering more story and replayability. I have to wonder how it’ll all culminate, as the true ending is abrupt.