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Samorost 3

Samorost 3

Amanita Design

Samorost 3 is an exploration adventure game.

4.6 Ratings 15K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads

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Samorost 3 is an exploration adventure game.
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Ratings & Reviews

4.6
15.3K+ Ratings
  1. 5
    82+%
  2. 4
    7+%
  3. 3
    3+%
  4. 2
    2+%
  5. 1
    5+%
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  • Gorgeous and challenging May 30, 2017

    By tvhopeful
    I played the iPhone edition and my review reflects that experience. First, as other reviews have noted, the graphics, animations, and storyline are off the hook in this game - absolutely gorgeous (and the gnome is too adorable for words). For me, the puzzles were extremely challenging - I could usually figure out the gist of what I was supposed to do, but often needed a walkthrough to get the details. That is probably a reflection of my own inexperience, though. My only real complaint is that the graphic elements on the iphone are sometimes so small that they are difficult to manipulate - when they are smaller than a fingertip, it's hard to see what you are doing. Not unexpected, but occasionally frustrating. All that said, this game was well worth the purchase price for the hours of enjoyment I got out of it!
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  • Oct 21, 2020

    By Maria del Mar Agredo
    Love the game, the graphics and puzzles, BUT as many other players I got stucked in the flower pollination puzzle being unable to do anything (according to what I read online other players had to play from the beginning all the game due to this bug issue), so it's very frustrating to start all over. I decided to quit the game since there's no way to make things happen due to the bug. It's a shame cause I was really enjoying it :(
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  • Bemusing game of exploration and play Dec 3, 2017

    By cruzsf
    I’ve seen many reviews complaining about the lack of instructions or guidance in the game. And they’re correct, there is very little...but this is why I enjoyed it. I felt like the little character in the story, not sure what I’m supposed to be doing yet intrigued by the odd characters and awed by the new worlds. And willing to jump in and just see what happens. I like discovering how a game is played, especially since I’m one who enjoys poking, prodding, and pulling any button, lever, bug, leaf, asteroid, crater, etc. there is...just to see what happens. The story and humor are whimsical and silly. I can see parents playing it with their younger kids and giggles spilling out from both. The art and music are rich and colorful, full of fun. They’re the stars of this game. So if you’re a gamer that needs more depth to a story and prefers more structure and guidance in a game, this isn’t for you. But if you enjoy meandering across quirky worlds, and stopping to smell the alien flowers, then Samorost 3 will charm you.
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  • Jan 6, 2021

    By Mathieu Leroy
    Beautiful point and click adventure that doesn't revolve around using items and instead asks you to interact with your environment and the different inhabitants. It is mesmerising, beautifully crafted and feels a like an invitation to visit a distant world and witness it's legends.
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  • Beautiful game, slightly unclear gameplay Feb 27, 2018

    By soapnana
    This was a truly beautiful and ultimately enjoyable game. I wish there were some more subtle hints on what you should be doing in each level, so you didn’t have to resort to the hint book which tells you how to do the whole level. It was also a little shorter than I expected, which I guess is why they leave the gameplay unclear (to make the game last longer).
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  • Oct 28, 2020

    By Miranda Gonzales
    Too expensive short game. I liked it a lot but after I fixed the robot it played credits I was scared it was over and I returned the black ball that saved the robot to its owner and now there's nothing to do. I should not have bought this game.
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  • Glitch in game, no autosave of previous levels. Basically have to start over...forget it! Jul 5, 2017

    By Zoontzgloob
    I am so frustrated with this game right now. Like a previous reviewer, my game glitched in the underground cave where you add an ingredient to a pot to create a bomb. I did what was required...but no bomb. Black creatures just kept singing and singing. I exited game and went to 'saved worlds' screen to reenter and all icons were of the scene at the very beginning of the game - identical. Not sure what would happen, I clicked on the highest numbered one, hoping it would return me to my most recent location. Nope. Back to the very first world. EVERY saved world icon brought me back to the first world. I don't feel like going through all those puzzles again! I loved Botanicula and Machinarium. I would really like a refund for this game. So disappointed.
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  • Aug 28, 2020

    By David Missen
    Stunning graphics aside, I found this game rather boring. The brain-teaser puzzles can be far too confusing, and once I'd solved them I didn't feel satisfied. For some, this game will be hugely enjoyable, but for me (and I'm a very patient person) I found the time spent playing outweighed the joy attained. Best advice: weigh up the cost, try it and see.
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  • Bemusing game of exploration and play Dec 3, 2017

    By cruzsf
    I’ve seen many reviews complaining about the lack of instructions or guidance in the game. And they’re correct, there is very little...but this is why I enjoyed it. I felt like the little character in the story, not sure what I’m supposed to be doing yet intrigued by the odd characters and awed by the new worlds. And willing to jump in and just see what happens. I like discovering how a game is played, especially since I’m one who enjoys poking, prodding, and pulling any button, lever, bug, leaf, asteroid, crater, etc. there is...just to see what happens. The story and humor are whimsical and silly. I can see parents playing it with their younger kids and giggles spilling out from both. The art and music are rich and colorful, full of fun. They’re the stars of this game. So if you’re a gamer that needs more depth to a story and prefers more structure and guidance in a game, this isn’t for you. But if you enjoy meandering across quirky worlds, and stopping to smell the alien flowers, then Samorost 3 will charm you.
    more
  • Jan 6, 2021

    By Mathieu Leroy
    Beautiful point and click adventure that doesn't revolve around using items and instead asks you to interact with your environment and the different inhabitants. It is mesmerising, beautifully crafted and feels a like an invitation to visit a distant world and witness it's legends.
    more
  • Marvelous May 28, 2017

    By Lhxlhzlgxlhxxlhzlhzzgk
    This was actually a very engaging little game. It was kind of short, but that's okay; it worked for the story. The puzzles were always at the right difficulty level, and if they were too hard, you could always look in the red book in your opinions menu. In the book it would tell you how to solve it, but in a vague enough way that it was almost a puzzle in itself. That's why I don't understand all the complaints about difficulty and puzzles being too obscure. Firstly, when u think about it, all the puzzles were perfectly logical. And secondly, am I the only person who ever figured out to use the red book?! Seriously though. This is a really amazing game on so many levels. Buy it. And wear headphones.
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  • Dec 14, 2020

    By Joe Lawes
    Lovely! I don't usually play games on my phone, and certainly haven't spent money on them before, but was drawn in by the beautiful artwork and am so glad I was. The music is also wonderful - this is a great example of lots of great minds coming together to create something brilliant. Yes it's a game, but it's also art without a shadow of a doubt! More please.
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  • Absolutely Heartwarming Feb 25, 2019

    By k.vojtkofsky
    samorost 3 feels like a lovely, yet strange, dream that—for some reason you just can’t put a finger on—sticks with you for the rest of your life. the, at first baffling, style of clue giving and vague instructions are ridiculously powerful, and in a way that draws on childlike nostalgia and necessitates an intense love of solving puzzles and cracking codes—exactly what’s expected of a game revolving around an adorable gnome exploring an alien universe via steampunk mushroom spaceship. every character, planet, and niche experience within the game is a wonder in itself, making this game an absolutely priceless treasure trove of heartwarming and ethereal moment— and graciously priced at $4.99, its worth every single penny. 🌿🚀🍄
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  • Gorgeous and challenging May 30, 2017

    By tvhopeful
    I played the iPhone edition and my review reflects that experience. First, as other reviews have noted, the graphics, animations, and storyline are off the hook in this game - absolutely gorgeous (and the gnome is too adorable for words). For me, the puzzles were extremely challenging - I could usually figure out the gist of what I was supposed to do, but often needed a walkthrough to get the details. That is probably a reflection of my own inexperience, though. My only real complaint is that the graphic elements on the iphone are sometimes so small that they are difficult to manipulate - when they are smaller than a fingertip, it's hard to see what you are doing. Not unexpected, but occasionally frustrating. All that said, this game was well worth the purchase price for the hours of enjoyment I got out of it!
    more
  • Oct 21, 2020

    By Maria del Mar Agredo
    Love the game, the graphics and puzzles, BUT as many other players I got stucked in the flower pollination puzzle being unable to do anything (according to what I read online other players had to play from the beginning all the game due to this bug issue), so it's very frustrating to start all over. I decided to quit the game since there's no way to make things happen due to the bug. It's a shame cause I was really enjoying it :(
    more
  • Beautiful game, slightly unclear gameplay Feb 27, 2018

    By soapnana
    This was a truly beautiful and ultimately enjoyable game. I wish there were some more subtle hints on what you should be doing in each level, so you didn’t have to resort to the hint book which tells you how to do the whole level. It was also a little shorter than I expected, which I guess is why they leave the gameplay unclear (to make the game last longer).
    more
  • Dec 11, 2020

    By Noa Army
    Enjoyable, very nice graphics, well put together. Had to use YouTube 2 times. At some points the game is just not very logical. It becomes a guessing game at some points, and that's not the kind of game I like. I like a challenge, but I like it when I have to use my brain and fit the puzzle, not when I see no other option then randomly clicking. Other then that very, very good game and in the end enjoyed it very much.
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  • Jan 5, 2021

    By david roadley
    Had to follow a couple of walk throughs but i enjoyed it. Good graphics and funny sounds to make you laugh. Great dancing lol.
  • Doesn’t work with Family sharing Jun 8, 2020

    By Pazdragon
    I purchased the collection and have family sharing on our Apple devices and thought these would be great for everyone. However, the app is somehow linked between all the devices so whatever one person has done automatically applies to all the other devices. So basically we are all playing the same game and are unable to discover things for ourselves. Total bummer since I spent $16 on all four games. They are beautiful games but i can’t enjoy them since my kid has played on her device and now my character has done whatever she did.
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  • Sep 28, 2020

    By phillip kilpatrick
    I find this game absolutely fascinating. I am new to the point and click genre and due to my getting stuck on the turtle, have been put off. I copied the walk-through to the letter but can not get past. Shame. I just want to c if anyone will bother to read this and maybe advize.
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  • Oct 28, 2020

    By Miranda Gonzales
    Too expensive short game. I liked it a lot but after I fixed the robot it played credits I was scared it was over and I returned the black ball that saved the robot to its owner and now there's nothing to do. I should not have bought this game.
    more
  • Aug 28, 2020

    By David Missen
    Stunning graphics aside, I found this game rather boring. The brain-teaser puzzles can be far too confusing, and once I'd solved them I didn't feel satisfied. For some, this game will be hugely enjoyable, but for me (and I'm a very patient person) I found the time spent playing outweighed the joy attained. Best advice: weigh up the cost, try it and see.
    more
  • Glitch in game, no autosave of previous levels. Basically have to start over...forget it! Jul 5, 2017

    By Zoontzgloob
    I am so frustrated with this game right now. Like a previous reviewer, my game glitched in the underground cave where you add an ingredient to a pot to create a bomb. I did what was required...but no bomb. Black creatures just kept singing and singing. I exited game and went to 'saved worlds' screen to reenter and all icons were of the scene at the very beginning of the game - identical. Not sure what would happen, I clicked on the highest numbered one, hoping it would return me to my most recent location. Nope. Back to the very first world. EVERY saved world icon brought me back to the first world. I don't feel like going through all those puzzles again! I loved Botanicula and Machinarium. I would really like a refund for this game. So disappointed.
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