Roam the land as you please and make new friends, share a laugh with your fellow travellers and help them complete their little stories, your way. How many different solutions can you find? It is most enjoyable if you’re into: - Playfulness: Don’t beat it - play with it! Solve the various tasks using dozens of items and unique characters without being obliged to follow a single designated path. - Replayability: Packed with 45 achievements, Pilgrims is a game designed to be played through more than just once. Can you collect them all? - Hand-crafted appeal: Hundreds of unique animations and custom made sound effects result in countless humorous and unexpected outcomes. Try to discover as many as you can! - Original music: Floex (Machinarium, Samorost 3) is back at it with his mix of live instruments and organic electronics, joined by guests on guitar or clarinet.
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This was a super short and cute point and click adventure game from the visual wizards over at Amanita Design. They were the creators of Machinarium. One of my favorite point and click games from the early 2000s. This game much like their previous works is absolutely oozing with charm. The characters the design and the story told through motion and grunts alone always gets me.
This game being only an hour may sound like a weak point but after my first play through it was clear there are many different ways to complete the various puzzles the game has to offer. Be it killing a dragon, befriending a dragon, or finding a way to get the dragon hitched. There are things you can do to get those outcomes. And with a collection of cards you unlock as you play communicating back if you have completed a task it is easy to track what things you have done.
I really liked this game and I will say it is the first Switch game I was able to play in a portrait mode. Holding the switch sideways and touching the screen felt natural but super weird at the same time.
If you can find this on the E-Shop for cheap and have an hour to kill give it a try!