Summary: Stylistically this game looked fantastic, sporting a beautiful storybook art brought to motion in what looked like a nice, intriguing game that I hoped would be as good as Braid or Machinarium. Only after I wasted $10 on the game did I realize that the game itself is frustrating and boring.
Summary: I bought this game determined to like it because of the visual style and to support a developer trying something different. Bad move. At first you'll be wishing the game had a fast forward button as Sofi trudges along, by a dozen levels in the game has you hopping madly across scattered floating...
Summary: This is a game that fans will probably like better than critics. It wants to be great and comes pretty darn close at times, but some gameplay frustrations hold it back. It sometimes feels as if your survival depends too much on luck.
Summary: A very enjoyable, beautiful and engrossing game, despite it's flaws. For fans of games like Lemmings, Mario Vs Donkey Kong, Kirby's Canvas Curse and such. The gameplay is a strong mix of puzzler/platformer. But were it excels the most is the storybook style visuals and dreamscape tunes.
Summary: I love it! It's a mixture of World of Goo, Braid, Lemmings and storybooks for children. The only problem I have is the Xbox 360 controller, and I would urge anyone who has a PC to play it with a mouse instead.