Summary: This isn't a traditional adventure game by any measure. It is a meta-analysis on game construction, a joke, but also an essay or even a sermon of a sort. This game intends to teach something. What exactly this is is hard to explicate. Gameplay: You will spend time doing nothing but walking.
Summary: Like the other reviewers said, the graphics are not amazing but, the story is. Its like playing a character in a dreamy foreign film with a great soundtrack. Some of the chapters are tedious I will admit but, the overall feel of the game and the characters make the game interesting for sure.
Summary: I dont know whether to give this game 4 stars or 1 star. The graphics arent that good, and the story line is kind of dumb, but it is addicting and I find myself wanting to finish the puzzles even while I am complaining about the game.
Summary: From the same people who brought you Killer 7 and No More Heroes, this game is very similar in style and humor, but not in game play. Flower, Sun, and Rain can be best described as a 'point & click' adventure, with puzzles that must be solved to advance.
Summary: An unusual game and certainly not for everyone! But as a "non-gamer" I thoroughly enjoyed playing this quirky, curious and at times bewildering game from the much reputed game designer "Suda51".
Summary: Just had to put in a review in defence of this game. Although the graphics aren't brilliant, that is done on purpose and doesn't detract from game play. The story line is nice and convoluted and kept me thinking right to the end.