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Lumino City

Lumino City

Noodlecake Studios Inc

The award-winning adventure game set in a gorgeous, hand-crafted world!

4.7 Ratings 16K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads

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  • Astounding Jan 5, 2018

    By Goforlaunch41
    This game is visually and intellectually and artistically awe-inspiring. A tiny girl moves through an incredibly textured world using her wits and the manual given to her by her granddad. The world is so small, and it feels small, but it is also vast and filled with familiar mysteries. The manual itself is a work of art, and it’s only a piece of the game. It makes it everything that it is. For any challenge, it gives instructions, a simple clue, or the whole solution. This means nothing is miserably tedious or too hard because the answers are built in— not just to the game, but to the narrative. Our hero is learning the ropes, after all. You can play the whole game just by following/working out the explicit directions in the manual, and you’d be well within the narrative to do so. Not cheating at all. Absolutely immersive and challenging and mind boggling. I started to play it on my iPhone — not fun. Too small a screen. The whole thing changed for me when I tried it on my iPad. Finished the remainder of the game during a blizzard. Absolutely magical. Fully recommend to anyone and everyone.
  • Sep 12, 2021

    By Aithys
    There are very few games like this in the play store. And with that being said, games like this should not be taken for granted. From the blends of stop motion artistry to kinetic typography, the animations and live setting environments are nothing short of impressive. While there are some fine tunings needed for the actual game itself here and there (saves, resets, cach/data clearence) I honestly still can't admire this intrication enough. Definite 5/5 for me
  • beautiful, challenging game with clear instruction Feb 4, 2019

    By celinasirena
    Lumino City was so wonderfully pleasing to look at while also being a great puzzle game, which I am always a sucker for. What’s more, a lot of puzzle games have unnecessary challenges that are more a flaw than mastery, but this one falls right into mastery. If i got too stuck, I made sure to look at the page in the manual over and over and by-golly eventually it would click, and how fun it is to use your brain in that way! So grateful I ran across this gorgeous game. The ending storyline is a mystery to me, but I appreciate the visual story rather than it being spelled out, so kudos there. I’m curious if there’s something with the her grandparents named Mary and Joshua? Leaves me thinking. Well done.
  • Nov 24, 2021

    By Kevin Franden
    great artwork, clever puzzles, what's not to like? I had to use a walkthrough for some of the puzzles, but could figure out most of them. 10/10 would recommend.
  • Astounding in visuals, lacking in gameplay. May 12, 2019

    By totallytyguy
    The first thing I said when I opened this game was “Wow.” I couldn’t believe that this game’s visuals were made purely through real life modeling. After all, I got this game because I knew this, and I wanted to get the whole effect of actually playing it; because good visuals or no good visuals, no game is a great one without entertaining gameplay. Then I actually started playing. After playing for a few hours, I was underwhelmed by the gameplay. All I experienced in this game was easy to solve puzzles. Nearly no story. No mystery. And no shock factor at all. If I had one word to describe the gameplay for this game, it would be “lacking”. There could be so much more done to make it so much more entertaining. Maybe it’s just me; maybe I’m not the kind of person that can just appreciate a puzzle game, and puzzle game only, for what it is. But with as good visuals as this game has, puzzles aren’t enough. I need a story...that is, something to keep me hooked. Without having that, games like these get boring fast. I would suggest passing on buying this game if you want something more than visuals and simple puzzles. If you want something more fulfilling, maybe try a game like “The Silent Age”. It has excellent visuals, somewhat challenging puzzles (but not too challenging), AND has a super compelling story with a more than satisfying ending.
  • Nov 24, 2021

    By Leah Davis
    No matter how good a puzzle game, it's disappointing when it's inaccessible. And having loud music playing with absolutely no settings menu is not accessible.
  • Awe-inspiring, but for your consideration... Jun 10, 2019

    By iHope 🌸
    It would be an understatement to say that I found Lumino City absolutely breathtaking. It’s the story of a small girl venturing through handcrafted, visually pleasing lands to locate her beloved grandfather, the handyman of a vast city. However, there was one suggestion I had. When you select the level titled “The Captain”, you do not have the fish and chips you acquired in the level prior. As I find this level really enjoyable, I’d like to play it on its own, but I need the fish and chips to complete the level. It’s quite a process to have to hunt for the potatoes all over again. Maybe players could be able to select the level and automatically have the fish and chips? Thanks!
  • Oct 16, 2021

    By Gracie Mae Hutchison
    Just got the game! A frustrating, intricate, well designed, thoughtful puzzle game. The time that went into this astounds me!! It's fun and challenging, 5/5 for sure.
  • I absolutely adore this game Jan 10, 2018

    By moeberb
    Lumino City is one of the most creative and beautiful games I have ever seen, based on the concept and design alone. The levels were challenging but not impossible. Admittedly a couple sections didn't make sense to me and I had to hunt online to see how to get started. My single, solitary, one and only complaint about this gorgeous game is that it was obviously designed for a much larger screen than my iPhone. At times it was extremely difficult to maneuver or trap what I needed to because of the size. At other times, the camera angle, which might have been accommodated by a large screen (turbine tower!), were nearly impossible to see where I should be going. These things aside, I stuck it out and even watched the entire credit reel. It's a work of art, disguised as a game. 😊
  • Sep 12, 2021

    By Ariana Hennebury
    It's beautiful and a lot of fun, but you can't change graphic settings, nor volume settings, and I would like an easier way to flip through the book (the flipping of the pages gets me motion sick). Aside from that, an amazing game.
  • Astounding Jan 5, 2018

    By Goforlaunch41
    This game is visually and intellectually and artistically awe-inspiring. A tiny girl moves through an incredibly textured world using her wits and the manual given to her by her granddad. The world is so small, and it feels small, but it is also vast and filled with familiar mysteries. The manual itself is a work of art, and it’s only a piece of the game. It makes it everything that it is. For any challenge, it gives instructions, a simple clue, or the whole solution. This means nothing is miserably tedious or too hard because the answers are built in— not just to the game, but to the narrative. Our hero is learning the ropes, after all. You can play the whole game just by following/working out the explicit directions in the manual, and you’d be well within the narrative to do so. Not cheating at all. Absolutely immersive and challenging and mind boggling. I started to play it on my iPhone — not fun. Too small a screen. The whole thing changed for me when I tried it on my iPad. Finished the remainder of the game during a blizzard. Absolutely magical. Fully recommend to anyone and everyone.
  • Sep 12, 2021

    By Aithys
    There are very few games like this in the play store. And with that being said, games like this should not be taken for granted. From the blends of stop motion artistry to kinetic typography, the animations and live setting environments are nothing short of impressive. While there are some fine tunings needed for the actual game itself here and there (saves, resets, cach/data clearence) I honestly still can't admire this intrication enough. Definite 5/5 for me
  • beautiful, challenging game with clear instruction Feb 4, 2019

    By celinasirena
    Lumino City was so wonderfully pleasing to look at while also being a great puzzle game, which I am always a sucker for. What’s more, a lot of puzzle games have unnecessary challenges that are more a flaw than mastery, but this one falls right into mastery. If i got too stuck, I made sure to look at the page in the manual over and over and by-golly eventually it would click, and how fun it is to use your brain in that way! So grateful I ran across this gorgeous game. The ending storyline is a mystery to me, but I appreciate the visual story rather than it being spelled out, so kudos there. I’m curious if there’s something with the her grandparents named Mary and Joshua? Leaves me thinking. Well done.
  • Nov 24, 2021

    By Kevin Franden
    great artwork, clever puzzles, what's not to like? I had to use a walkthrough for some of the puzzles, but could figure out most of them. 10/10 would recommend.
  • Astounding in visuals, lacking in gameplay. May 12, 2019

    By totallytyguy
    The first thing I said when I opened this game was “Wow.” I couldn’t believe that this game’s visuals were made purely through real life modeling. After all, I got this game because I knew this, and I wanted to get the whole effect of actually playing it; because good visuals or no good visuals, no game is a great one without entertaining gameplay. Then I actually started playing. After playing for a few hours, I was underwhelmed by the gameplay. All I experienced in this game was easy to solve puzzles. Nearly no story. No mystery. And no shock factor at all. If I had one word to describe the gameplay for this game, it would be “lacking”. There could be so much more done to make it so much more entertaining. Maybe it’s just me; maybe I’m not the kind of person that can just appreciate a puzzle game, and puzzle game only, for what it is. But with as good visuals as this game has, puzzles aren’t enough. I need a story...that is, something to keep me hooked. Without having that, games like these get boring fast. I would suggest passing on buying this game if you want something more than visuals and simple puzzles. If you want something more fulfilling, maybe try a game like “The Silent Age”. It has excellent visuals, somewhat challenging puzzles (but not too challenging), AND has a super compelling story with a more than satisfying ending.
  • Nov 24, 2021

    By Leah Davis
    No matter how good a puzzle game, it's disappointing when it's inaccessible. And having loud music playing with absolutely no settings menu is not accessible.
  • Awe-inspiring, but for your consideration... Jun 10, 2019

    By iHope 🌸
    It would be an understatement to say that I found Lumino City absolutely breathtaking. It’s the story of a small girl venturing through handcrafted, visually pleasing lands to locate her beloved grandfather, the handyman of a vast city. However, there was one suggestion I had. When you select the level titled “The Captain”, you do not have the fish and chips you acquired in the level prior. As I find this level really enjoyable, I’d like to play it on its own, but I need the fish and chips to complete the level. It’s quite a process to have to hunt for the potatoes all over again. Maybe players could be able to select the level and automatically have the fish and chips? Thanks!
  • Oct 16, 2021

    By Gracie Mae Hutchison
    Just got the game! A frustrating, intricate, well designed, thoughtful puzzle game. The time that went into this astounds me!! It's fun and challenging, 5/5 for sure.
  • I absolutely adore this game Jan 10, 2018

    By moeberb
    Lumino City is one of the most creative and beautiful games I have ever seen, based on the concept and design alone. The levels were challenging but not impossible. Admittedly a couple sections didn't make sense to me and I had to hunt online to see how to get started. My single, solitary, one and only complaint about this gorgeous game is that it was obviously designed for a much larger screen than my iPhone. At times it was extremely difficult to maneuver or trap what I needed to because of the size. At other times, the camera angle, which might have been accommodated by a large screen (turbine tower!), were nearly impossible to see where I should be going. These things aside, I stuck it out and even watched the entire credit reel. It's a work of art, disguised as a game. 😊
  • Sep 12, 2021

    By Ariana Hennebury
    It's beautiful and a lot of fun, but you can't change graphic settings, nor volume settings, and I would like an easier way to flip through the book (the flipping of the pages gets me motion sick). Aside from that, an amazing game.
  • I WOULD NOT EVEN PAY 99 cents FOR THIS. Jan 12, 2018

    By KauaiFinn
    I consider myself to be a bit of a “graphics snob,” so it always catches my attention when there’s a game with rave reviews about its graphics, and the actual game play is equally as important. The screenshots didn’t look impressive to me at all, but I also understood this was made using real world objects and that sometimes screenshots can be rather misleading. There are so many great reviews about the game play, so I figured that even if the graphics are as disappointing as the screenshots look, I’d still enjoy the game. Wrong, wrong wrong. The graphics look exactly as you see here. I happen to be an artist, too, yet I have so little appreciation for the design of these “sets,” or whatever you might call them if they can’t be called “graphics.” I can’t think of a better description than “Childish.” (Maybe children would love this game? That’s a possibility...) As for the game play: Ugh. It’s just so plain stupid. Maybe I’m spoiled from the great games I have played? Maybe I expect to be challenged more than others? This game was so uninteresting to me in every way that I deleted it before even completing it. I’d rather re-play one of The Room games than play this game for another second. Gadz, I really regret paying money for this...
  • Beautiful but poorly designed Jul 21, 2019

    By Stevenizzle87
    The music and graphics are top notch but unfortunately the game just does not make any sense. Parts of the game are so difficult my engineering friends could not figure it out. I’ve been stuck on the lightwell for over a year and each time I leave the game for a few weeks and come back it seems like there is no path forward. The mechanics of the game are unintuitive (where you tap, how certain levels work, the interactivity of the map, etc. etc.) I’ve looked up walkthroughs but people seem to just click randomly and rapidly because you have better luck with sheer randomness than you do using your brain. I wanted to like this game but it’s so deeply frustrating. Please fix this!!!
  • Nov 6, 2021

    By Leon Telyaz
    I organized the gears in marketplace but the floors are not turning as they are supposed to. Frustrating controls and game crashes occasionally. Gave up.
  • Was great until snag by photographer Dec 26, 2018

    By Ruahj
    Gave it four stars at first. Was having Good time with game until photographer. I hit the button on the left and then bubble said “ it doesn’t recognize me perhaps it I’ll recognize someone else.” It did this repeatedly. I went to the-walkthrough, and everything I had done was the same. I then looked at the wt video, a face popped up on the side. Was this the other person? I started from beginning in case I missed something, again, no face popped up and again it would no recognize me and let me in. I downgraded it to two star. Can you assist me someone? I would like to continue
  • Don’t believe the hype Aug 18, 2018

    By Hm?Hm!!
    First off, I NEVER write app reviews. But since the App Store so heavily hyped this $5 app I feel people should know that it is not even worth a dollar. She walks slow, climbs slow, talks slow. The conversations are mostly pointless and waste time/fun. The music isn’t even good. The visuals are kinda cute but that’s really all this game has going for it. Puzzles aren’t very fun. Having to flip through the stupid book all the time is annoying too. But the WORST part is now I’m stuck and can’t even finish the game because of some glitch it will not let me pick up the coat hanger. So total waste of time and $5. Not worth it at all.

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  • Astounding Jan 5, 2018

    By Goforlaunch41
    This game is visually and intellectually and artistically awe-inspiring. A tiny girl moves through an incredibly textured world using her wits and the manual given to her by her granddad. The world is so small, and it feels small, but it is also vast and filled with familiar mysteries. The manual itself is a work of art, and it’s only a piece of the game. It makes it everything that it is. For any challenge, it gives instructions, a simple clue, or the whole solution. This means nothing is miserably tedious or too hard because the answers are built in— not just to the game, but to the narrative. Our hero is learning the ropes, after all. You can play the whole game just by following/working out the explicit directions in the manual, and you’d be well within the narrative to do so. Not cheating at all. Absolutely immersive and challenging and mind boggling. I started to play it on my iPhone — not fun. Too small a screen. The whole thing changed for me when I tried it on my iPad. Finished the remainder of the game during a blizzard. Absolutely magical. Fully recommend to anyone and everyone.
  • Sep 12, 2021

    By Aithys
    There are very few games like this in the play store. And with that being said, games like this should not be taken for granted. From the blends of stop motion artistry to kinetic typography, the animations and live setting environments are nothing short of impressive. While there are some fine tunings needed for the actual game itself here and there (saves, resets, cach/data clearence) I honestly still can't admire this intrication enough. Definite 5/5 for me
  • beautiful, challenging game with clear instruction Feb 4, 2019

    By celinasirena
    Lumino City was so wonderfully pleasing to look at while also being a great puzzle game, which I am always a sucker for. What’s more, a lot of puzzle games have unnecessary challenges that are more a flaw than mastery, but this one falls right into mastery. If i got too stuck, I made sure to look at the page in the manual over and over and by-golly eventually it would click, and how fun it is to use your brain in that way! So grateful I ran across this gorgeous game. The ending storyline is a mystery to me, but I appreciate the visual story rather than it being spelled out, so kudos there. I’m curious if there’s something with the her grandparents named Mary and Joshua? Leaves me thinking. Well done.
  • Nov 24, 2021

    By Kevin Franden
    great artwork, clever puzzles, what's not to like? I had to use a walkthrough for some of the puzzles, but could figure out most of them. 10/10 would recommend.
  • Awe-inspiring, but for your consideration... Jun 10, 2019

    By iHope 🌸
    It would be an understatement to say that I found Lumino City absolutely breathtaking. It’s the story of a small girl venturing through handcrafted, visually pleasing lands to locate her beloved grandfather, the handyman of a vast city. However, there was one suggestion I had. When you select the level titled “The Captain”, you do not have the fish and chips you acquired in the level prior. As I find this level really enjoyable, I’d like to play it on its own, but I need the fish and chips to complete the level. It’s quite a process to have to hunt for the potatoes all over again. Maybe players could be able to select the level and automatically have the fish and chips? Thanks!
  • Oct 16, 2021

    By Gracie Mae Hutchison
    Just got the game! A frustrating, intricate, well designed, thoughtful puzzle game. The time that went into this astounds me!! It's fun and challenging, 5/5 for sure.
  • So clearly made with so much devotion, effort and fun Sep 18, 2018

    By Mikaylalaa
    There's not a corner, level or puzzle in this game that I didn't see an incredible amount of intricate energy put into this game. Even if it wasn't completely made by hand, this game clearly just had so many little things to catch the eye and show that it was made for you to enjoy. There was no cutting corners here, and it worked. I had so much fun playing this game, and there's not a lack of challenge here because they even included a handbook which you can have help guide you on levels, which I did use quite a bit to be honest. It was just amazing how much hard work and fun was had creating this game!! If this game doesn't deserve five stars I don't know what does!
  • “As Good as it Gets” Oct 27, 2019

    By LAMom@Tunes
    I believe the highest rating should be reserved for almost-perfect games. This is one of those rare apps. My criteria are: 1. Unique, clever, thinking “out-of-the-box” creativity. 2. Beautiful, original graphics. 3. Audio that complements, but doesn’t distract. 4. Intellectually challenging, but follows a discernible logic; “genius I.Q.” not required. 5. Good quality for the money; long enough to be satisfying, but doesn’t overstay it’s welcome. 6. A true adventure in game playing. Congratulations to the brilliant development team behind this game; from a programmer that understands, appreciates, and thoroughly enjoys outstanding quality. Kudos!!!
  • Nov 2, 2021

    By Bekah Trumbo
    Just started and it's beautiful in so many ways. Easy ish to figure out which is also nice give me time to appreciate the art
  • Sep 13, 2021

    By Elyse Chambers
    Very cute and fun game. Really makes you think. I love how you have the option to find the answer to puzzles through the journal your grandfather left you.
  • I absolutely adore this game Jan 10, 2018

    By moeberb
    Lumino City is one of the most creative and beautiful games I have ever seen, based on the concept and design alone. The levels were challenging but not impossible. Admittedly a couple sections didn't make sense to me and I had to hunt online to see how to get started. My single, solitary, one and only complaint about this gorgeous game is that it was obviously designed for a much larger screen than my iPhone. At times it was extremely difficult to maneuver or trap what I needed to because of the size. At other times, the camera angle, which might have been accommodated by a large screen (turbine tower!), were nearly impossible to see where I should be going. These things aside, I stuck it out and even watched the entire credit reel. It's a work of art, disguised as a game. 😊
  • Pulls everyone right in Sep 25, 2017

    By Kamalanorcal
    I tried this by myself sitting next to my almost teenager son who doesn't agree with me on anything lately. He jumped right in and started solving stuff. The past week has been great as we finally have a game we both like and can work together on. Yay! The only little thing that could improve is the book readability. The letters are too small for iphone. We used the camera to take a pic and zoom in to read it better, but thats just an inconvenient workaround. It would be great if the book had a zoom button. Even so, love this app.
  • Oct 10, 2021

    By timothy brackett
    Realy fun, just started maybe some postcards would want exposure kmart hallmark ect.. on a boat in a castle the woods and maybe some long wange veiws a canyon mountain. thanks forrest jungle mountains woods and great veiws.
  • Astounding in visuals, lacking in gameplay. May 12, 2019

    By totallytyguy
    The first thing I said when I opened this game was “Wow.” I couldn’t believe that this game’s visuals were made purely through real life modeling. After all, I got this game because I knew this, and I wanted to get the whole effect of actually playing it; because good visuals or no good visuals, no game is a great one without entertaining gameplay. Then I actually started playing. After playing for a few hours, I was underwhelmed by the gameplay. All I experienced in this game was easy to solve puzzles. Nearly no story. No mystery. And no shock factor at all. If I had one word to describe the gameplay for this game, it would be “lacking”. There could be so much more done to make it so much more entertaining. Maybe it’s just me; maybe I’m not the kind of person that can just appreciate a puzzle game, and puzzle game only, for what it is. But with as good visuals as this game has, puzzles aren’t enough. I need a story...that is, something to keep me hooked. Without having that, games like these get boring fast. I would suggest passing on buying this game if you want something more than visuals and simple puzzles. If you want something more fulfilling, maybe try a game like “The Silent Age”. It has excellent visuals, somewhat challenging puzzles (but not too challenging), AND has a super compelling story with a more than satisfying ending.
  • Nov 24, 2021

    By Leah Davis
    No matter how good a puzzle game, it's disappointing when it's inaccessible. And having loud music playing with absolutely no settings menu is not accessible.
  • Sep 12, 2021

    By Ariana Hennebury
    It's beautiful and a lot of fun, but you can't change graphic settings, nor volume settings, and I would like an easier way to flip through the book (the flipping of the pages gets me motion sick). Aside from that, an amazing game.
  • Aug 17, 2021

    By Maura Dailey
    Even with the brightness turned up, it was nearly impossible to see what I could interact with on the map on my Pixel 5. The puzzles were well lit, but the environment was not, and the movement interface was clunky and slow. In at least one area, I got stuck because the item I was supposed to pick up was a black item on a black background.
  • Beautiful game that is hard to see Apr 5, 2018

    By Diggd99
    I’m really enjoying this game but right out the gate I’m hitting problems where I’m straining my eyes to read the small writing in the book and on other papers in the game on my iPhone 8. At times it’s entirely illegible. There’s no zoom or magnifier feature, a fix that would be so easy to implement and that so many reviews have requested that I wonder why it’s not here yet. This is a huge shame because the art in the game deserves close inspection, but one a phone screen, the resolution just isn’t there to see it. I bought the game on the recommendation of a friend but I didn’t realize her tablet version would make such a difference.
  • Beautiful but poorly designed Jul 21, 2019

    By Stevenizzle87
    The music and graphics are top notch but unfortunately the game just does not make any sense. Parts of the game are so difficult my engineering friends could not figure it out. I’ve been stuck on the lightwell for over a year and each time I leave the game for a few weeks and come back it seems like there is no path forward. The mechanics of the game are unintuitive (where you tap, how certain levels work, the interactivity of the map, etc. etc.) I’ve looked up walkthroughs but people seem to just click randomly and rapidly because you have better luck with sheer randomness than you do using your brain. I wanted to like this game but it’s so deeply frustrating. Please fix this!!!
  • Nov 6, 2021

    By Leon Telyaz
    I organized the gears in marketplace but the floors are not turning as they are supposed to. Frustrating controls and game crashes occasionally. Gave up.
  • Was great until snag by photographer Dec 26, 2018

    By Ruahj
    Gave it four stars at first. Was having Good time with game until photographer. I hit the button on the left and then bubble said “ it doesn’t recognize me perhaps it I’ll recognize someone else.” It did this repeatedly. I went to the-walkthrough, and everything I had done was the same. I then looked at the wt video, a face popped up on the side. Was this the other person? I started from beginning in case I missed something, again, no face popped up and again it would no recognize me and let me in. I downgraded it to two star. Can you assist me someone? I would like to continue
  • Don’t believe the hype Aug 18, 2018

    By Hm?Hm!!
    First off, I NEVER write app reviews. But since the App Store so heavily hyped this $5 app I feel people should know that it is not even worth a dollar. She walks slow, climbs slow, talks slow. The conversations are mostly pointless and waste time/fun. The music isn’t even good. The visuals are kinda cute but that’s really all this game has going for it. Puzzles aren’t very fun. Having to flip through the stupid book all the time is annoying too. But the WORST part is now I’m stuck and can’t even finish the game because of some glitch it will not let me pick up the coat hanger. So total waste of time and $5. Not worth it at all.
  • I WOULD NOT EVEN PAY 99 cents FOR THIS. Jan 12, 2018

    By KauaiFinn
    I consider myself to be a bit of a “graphics snob,” so it always catches my attention when there’s a game with rave reviews about its graphics, and the actual game play is equally as important. The screenshots didn’t look impressive to me at all, but I also understood this was made using real world objects and that sometimes screenshots can be rather misleading. There are so many great reviews about the game play, so I figured that even if the graphics are as disappointing as the screenshots look, I’d still enjoy the game. Wrong, wrong wrong. The graphics look exactly as you see here. I happen to be an artist, too, yet I have so little appreciation for the design of these “sets,” or whatever you might call them if they can’t be called “graphics.” I can’t think of a better description than “Childish.” (Maybe children would love this game? That’s a possibility...) As for the game play: Ugh. It’s just so plain stupid. Maybe I’m spoiled from the great games I have played? Maybe I expect to be challenged more than others? This game was so uninteresting to me in every way that I deleted it before even completing it. I’d rather re-play one of The Room games than play this game for another second. Gadz, I really regret paying money for this...

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