Summary: This is a very good puzzle game. The puzzles are very inventive and it borrows a lot of elements from Legend of Zelda series. It has good music, good graphics, and good entertainment value. However, this is significantly marred by glitches and lock-ups. The final boss of the game is hardly playable without it locking up during the fight. If the game didn't have the lock ups and This is a very good puzzle game.
Summary: I really enjoyed the number of creative and challenging puzzles the creators of this game managed to fit in with only three items. Zelda games have a tendency to give you so many items they are forced to focus on only the most recent one or else make it obvious what item you need to use in order to avoid frustrating players.
Summary: A great game, I really like the Master's Cave. The only problem is the combat system (bad hitbox, imo). This game is not just a zelda clone, it's a homage to 2D zelda games. The puzzles are more hard than in any Zelda game (a good thing). If you are a Zelda fan, you play Bidding of Isaac for the combat and you play Ittle Dew for the puzzle.
Summary: Ittle Dew is an action-adventure game that is trying very hard to be a 2D Zelda game, and actually, it succeeds for the most part. Your goal is to explore the castle and use the riches you find to enter other dungeons and find tools that help you progress farther in the castle. This game has two key strengths.
Summary: Fairly standard overhead block puzzler, but the graphics are very clean and easy on the eyes, while the puzzle mechanics are tight and polished. It offers just three tools, but gets maximum mileage and variety out of each of them, and even offers (Steam) achievements for beating the game without all three.
Summary: Firstly, I just want to say that I don't think Ittle Dew is a 2D Zelda rip-of'. Ittle Dew is a charming and artistically beautiful game that simply makes fun of 2D Zelda games and I have got to say, it's a very entertaining game. On the other hand, this game brings nothing new to the table but it wasn't a disadvantage for me, I have had fun playing it, solving puzzles that sometimes Firstly, I just want to say that I don't think Ittle Dew is a 2D Zelda rip-of'.
Summary: One of the best games I played this year (if not the best). It took me 4 hours to complete the game without finding everything and around 10 hours to find everything and completing the optional "Master Cave". But even then you are not really finished with the game, it offers you a huge replay value: You can find three different magical items in this game but only two are required to One of the best games I played this year (if not the best).