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by Eric
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Review by MarkOates all reviews by MarkOates

Wow! What a surprisingly complete game! Not only the game itself was good, but the reward at the ending made this game have a sense of completion that you don't usually get from *hack games.

Scores: Overall 4 Artistical 4 Technical 4 Genre 5

Review by GullRaDriel all reviews by GullRaDriel

That's one of the entry I played the most, mainly because it's hypnotic to search for spirits in the forest.
And snow !
A very good work.

Scores: Overall 5 Artistical 4 Technical 4 Genre 4

Review by Gassa all reviews by Gassa

You are a blob with an inventory, going through a large forest and trying to cover it with snow. You can cut down trees, pick up mushrooms and flowers, and interact with NPCs - forest spirits. Each spirit will tell you what item and in what quantity they want. In return, they die and leave a bone - which again goes in your inventory.

The rules are generally followed: the spirits do the crafting for you; snow and pathfinding (by the player) are central to the plot; and the forest spirits chat with you when you stop by, sometimes in hieroglyphs which may well be poetry.

The graphics are deliberately pixelized. At start, you get an on-screen tutorial. The game lasts for a comfortable few minutes when you try most it has to offer and finally reach the goal. There is a nice reward for winning. And quite an eye for detail, too: for example, the forest spirits keep looking at you while you wander around.

Overall, this is a very pleasing and polished entry - thank you for the experience!

Scores: Overall 5 Artistical 5 Technical 5 Genre 5

Review by SiegeLord all reviews by SiegeLord

I really had high hopes for this game given the in-development screenshots, and indeed the game was pretty high quality. I enjoyed the minecraft game mechanic, although ultimately I found the gameplay a bit tedious. I found the idea of forest folk sacrificing themselves for snow to be pretty fascinating, evoking the often odd plot twists in JRPGs.

Scores: Overall 4 Artistical 5 Technical 4 Genre 2