Hyper Light Look #10
Every month, hundreds of new indies enter the market. While it would be awesome if all of them could have their own, dedicated review or preview, we unfortunately do not have the time or space to do that in a timely manner. Instead, we offer you Hyper Light Look, our series of feature articles where we take a quick look at some new indie games.
Fenimore Fillmore: 3 Skulls of the Toltecs
Fenimore Fillmore: 3 is a point and click adventure game resurrected and remastered, from the golden age of point and click adventure titles, by Casual Brothers.
Originally released in 1999 FF:3 wears it’s past on it’s sleeve with the ability to swap seamlessly between the past and remastered versions with a click of a button in the options. Mechanically as far as remakes go, FF:3 is the warts and all remaster, if you’ve played FF:3 as a kid, this is an excellent chance to unearth some nostalgia.
If you can get past the 20 year old ui and way of traversing the environment, FF:3 proves to be a fun, humorous and overall entertaining adventure, through the wild west.
Fenimore Fillmore: 3 Skulls of the Toltecs is available on steam for 14.50 AUD or your regional equivalent here.
Thanks goes to Casual Brothers, for providing us with a golden skull and review codes for this quest.
Claybook is a beautiful & colourful looking concept by Second Order. Which places you in a world of wonder of a physics based puzzle platformer atop a child’s clay set. The idea of a puzzler using clay and the ability to rewind time on paper all sounds excellent.
Unfortunately the ability to get lost in Claybook is muddled by minute yet noticeable issues that pull you from the experience. The clunking controls hampering your movement, combining with basic yet repetitive, styles of puzzles. Makes this experience more suited to a much younger audience looking for beginner puzzle game then that of an adult looking for a mind bending challenge.
For a basic relaxing and beginner puzzle game Claybook fits the bill. Outside of that there isn’t much else you’ll find here.
Clay book is available on steam for 21.50 AUD or your regional equivalent here.
Thanks goes to Second Order for providing us with the clay and review tools to make this review.
Tick Tock: A Tale for Two
For those who will remember, last year we took a peak at Tick Tock: A Tale for Two, a cooperative puzzle solving experience, developed by those at Other Tales Interactive.
This month, we’re glad to report they’ve released the full experience upon us. Bursting with mind bending and reality warping puzzles, making the hours fly by as you journey to uncover the mystery, left behind by the missing clock maker.
Tick Tock: A Tale for Two has be a joyous cross platform puzzle solver, at an affordable price, with plenty of creative and quirky puzzles. If you ever wanted the joy of sharing a puzzle game with your friends, strongly consider picking this up.
Tick Tock: A Tale for Two is available on steam for 8.50 AUD or your regional equivalent here.
Thanks goes to Other tales Interactive for providing us with time bending review copies for this review.
The Mind of Marlo
The Mind of Marlo is a hilarious face shifting story experience built by our creative freinds at Point Bleep Studios. Revisiting the documentary formula that worked so well in the past, Point Bleep Studios has set out on a quest to improve the formula with The Mind of Marlo and succeeded.
Marlo suffers from an extremely rare condition called Spontaneous silly head syndrome, which forces marlo’s head to randomly change into different creatures with respectively different challenges.
While short and sweet,The Mind of Marlo is a great hilarious second entry to Point Bleep Studios line up and for !!!! It’s well worth a look.
The Mind of Marlo is available on steam for 4.50 AUD or your regional equivalent here.
Thanks goes to Point Bleep Studios for providing us with many silly heads syndrome for this review