Reviews for Finding Teddy
Teddy.Where are you?Esikimo | April 14, 2014 | See all Esikimo's reviews »
Teddy. Where are you teddy? Teddy?! Teddy?!. This game is about a young child who loses her teddy bear while she is sleeping. She must travel into a cupboard to find it. This game is a point and click game that can have somewhat difficult puzzles. What I like about this game is that it does not completely tell you what you need to do. For example you find and pick up and item you; and then you have to figure out who or what you take it to. The game has a good choice of music that fits it perfectly. I also feel like the graphics fit with the story it was trying to tell. This may look like a game for children, but any age can get into this game. I do find this game tedious and repetitive, but hey many games are like that. I give this game a solid 80 out of 100.
Point-and-click adventure done in the old waymahon | Feb. 12, 2014 | See all mahon's reviews »
Finding Teddy is a cute point-and-click adventure game, which looks like an obvious nod to the games of late 8-bit or early 16-bit period. With uncomplicated and reasonable gameplay, clear and intuitive interface and controls and sweet and likeable characters, it's a good choice for either adventure gamers or nostalgic gamers. Or preferably those who belong to both groups. Additional thing which will surely earn their appreciation is the visual side of the game, featuring pixel art visuals, which will surely please any gamer who remembers the point-and-click games of old. Don't be mislead by the childish characters or title - the game is completely satisfactory for an older player as well, and the quests and puzzles included will probably suit their tastes better than they would please a kid.