Take a deep breath and prepare for a tranquil journey through the seasons with Storm, an atmospheric, ethereal experience where you use natural phenomena to guide a simple seed to fertile soil so it can take root and spring to life.Read full description
Take a deep breath and prepare for a tranquil journey through the seasons with Storm, an atmospheric, ethereal experience where you use natural phenomena to guide a simple seed to fertile soil so it can take root and spring to life.
Embrace the subtleties and strengths of nature to move a broken branch, fill a small pond or make snow fall to solve puzzles and create natural paths. Take your time and explore nature's nooks or simply enjoy the ambiance as you float, blow and bounce a seed to the perfect place to take root. Relax and enjoy Adventure, Challenge or Spirit modes, each set in gorgeous environments and enhanced by soothing, nature-inspired soundscapes.
Gorgeous Environments: Interactive environments react to your every move as you make a path for your seed's journey through 49 lush levels.
Background Soundtrack: Enjoy the soothing soundscapes created by indie developer and musician Terence Lee, who also came up with the original concept for the game.
Three Modes Over Four Seasons: Choose between Adventure, Challenge and Spirit modes for multiple levels of enjoyment.
Natural Controls: Use either an Xbox 360 Controller for Windows or a mouse and keyboard to manipulate the elements at your own pace.
Storm is a puzzle game with stages broken up into different days in each of the four seasons. The goal is to use different abilities to maneuver seeds to the needed soil locations. Abilities can involve moving things with the wind or dropping water that can trap seeds in bubbles that you can then blow with the wind ability. The soundtrack is nice and relaxing though it can become repetitive over the games 40+ stages. Stages also take place in tranquil environments making it a good game to play if you want to relax, there is no rush to finish a stage unless you play one of the time attack modes. The game can become frustrating on the more difficult levels where you might not know what to do, repetition can start to set in, and your abilities likely won't offer you the control that you really want. It might interest some people but some of the design decisions can conflict with the more relaxed nature of the game.
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