This is a physics sort of puzzle game. You collect items, then you employ them to move forward - placing them to make steps, ramps, bridges, vehicles, creative collapses, etc. You need only get through the initial tutorial bit in the begining to be done with the excess of pop-ups. Well - your back-pack will continue to insult you, but that's part of the charming funny of the game. Speed is not very important to the game, and it allows you to keep rewinding easily to try again when your construction efforts fail. The keyboard movement isn't complicated and it's because your mouse is used to more precisely place objects in the world. My 8yr old picked this one out, and we both enjoyed solving the building challenges together. It's a thinking sort of game that younger ages and adults can both play and be engaged - not too easy for the adults, yet straightforward enough for a grade-schooler.
Reynold1980June 26, 2013, 14:07
There's also lots of dialogue which comes up in speech bubbles that actually obscure the screen so you can't see what you're doing. Some of the speech bubbles can be closed (annoying to keep having to, though), but most can't..why not? Who knows? I hardly know what to say about a game I couldn't even play I'm afraid.
Julius1986September 14, 2013, 00:46
Did I say very boring???? Just sit there, and match morbles, and that's it. I wonder if someone made this game over their coffie break?????
Randal1971June 18, 2013, 23:15
This game was OK. The story line was decent and interesting but the game itself could get pretty frustrating at times. Every time you get a new objective it switches over your items list which is super annoying when you're trying to use an item. There were other annoyances along the way, but for the most part it was unremarkable.
Steven1978August 10, 2013, 13:32
First you have to click through tons of speech bubbles.