Samsara™ by Marker Limited © 2018
Samsara is a amazing and engaging puzzle game. The game is beautifully designed both graphics wise and puzzle wise. The audio is excellent and provides a friendly background sound which doesn't get repetitive but keeps you playing. I recommend this game if you like handcrafted puzzle games with nice graphics.
This is an interesting puzzle game that is thoughtfully crafted. It has original challenges, which reward us for beating them. It is also supported by a soothing soundtrack, alongside different themes to create a colourful atmosphere and setting. Recommended for any puzzle games fan.
If you are looking for something fresh with unique ideas and get bored or tired of typical puzzle games with not so great ideas, Samsara may could be an answer you were looking for, and finally the game is here with a great presentation, unique art style and a strong start point which engages you from the very beginning of the game till the last moment of your beautiful journey with adorable characters you get to play with. Samsara is a mind challenging puzzle which really tests you creativity in solving the puzzles with different solutions available and I think if you are into the genre, you will love this amazing title!
Samsara (don't confuse it with a movie from 2011) is a puzzle game. You're presented with mostly whole stage on the screen and you must find your way to the portal either by moving blocks or putting them in place. The gimmick of this game is that you have to "world", the normal one and reflection which you can go to with portals, meaning if you put block on one side, other side that is reflected or outside of reflection will also have this block and in this place. That makes for pretty interesting puzzle mechanic that offers plenty of content (70 stages is a lot), but it's not the longest game out there (if you're persistent and good with puzzle games, you might beat it in 6-7 hours). The only things I personally didn't care for much are the graphics, which are meh. It's not bad, but doesn't look outstanding or anything and art itself feels little amateurish, other thing is pretty bland music. If you're fan of puzzle games and liked games like Shadow's Tale or Contrast, you might consider picking it up. It's worth its price.
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