Samorost 1
Samorost 1
Game rating

OS: IOS AndroId

Version: 1.12.8

Updated: Jul 1, 2021

Size: 67.9 MB

Developer: Amanita Design

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Description

Explore the beginnings of the Samorost series in the space gnome’s original bite-sized adventure, formerly released in 2003. Now with remastered sounds, enhanced graphics and new music by Floex.

 

 

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REVIEWS

I have never felt so excited and excited to be part of something, especially considering that this is a mobile game. What experience, travel to a mini asteroid through its wild cultivation and its strange inhabitants. This game is full of character and charm and really gives you a feeling at home while exploding with adventure and new fronts. Incredible how such a small game can do so well. Simple interactions, resolution of fun problems, a masterpiece in its own right. The game is good but really short. It consists of 5 different screens where it helps a small creature to avoid a deadly collision between its native planet and a distant. It can be completed in less than 10 minutes, but, as is totally free, there is no way to complain. Apart from that, the game is absolutely strange, but in good sense: the graphics are pleasant, the FX sound conforms to the environment and the atmosphere is quite relaxing. It is definitely worth trying if you want to invest in the other episodes. The art direction of this game is simply impressive and is complemented very well with the basic point and click mechanics. If I only wanted it, you can really follow where to click (or in this case touch) to have a basic visual signal that interacts with any accessory. It really is not a puzzle game. It is part of a small genre of art games: games based on wonder and curiosity, where the only real objective is to do things and see what happens. Samorost\'s surreal worlds are full of extravagant surprises and is definitely worthwhile. A free star introduction to the franchise. Very short but nice. The design obviously reminded me of Machinarium and made me nostalgic, I used to play it as a child and has been my favorite game since then. Will consider buying the others in the series :)

 

 

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