By David Mondou-Labbe
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Oquonie is a iOS puzzle game for iPad and iPhone created in collaboration with illustrator Rekka Bellum where you must find your way across an intertwined megastructure. You will not be alone, your incarnations will have the help of bizaroid characters speaking an obscure language.
What's New in Version 3.0
- Add the landscape mode.
- Fix the fish door bug.
- Add a document icon above the tutorial door.
- And a ton more things..
Amazing, but... (Fix pls)
I really do enjoy this bundle of fun, I really do! But I found a little impossible loop that I can't get out of. As you play, you change forms. To change form, you need to collect 3 of the same parts of an animal to change to that form. I had 2 owl pieces (which I never gave back to the being who gave them to me, taking 2 spots of 3 spots out of the inventory), and I entered the area that is supposed to make you change into a bird. For some reason, I decided to walk past the birds who give you bird parts, and I walked through the floating paths that take you to a small loop where you get the 3rd bird piece. Sadly, I didn't pick any up, and it's a one way journey, so I'm stuck between two rooms with an unpassable door (which is for the bird). I have no way of giving back he other two pieces I brought into the journey from another area, and I guess I wasn't supposed to bring it to where I am stuck now, but, I am definitely stuck. Game developers, please create a settings or menu that could let you go back to your start please, or fix this! I really enjoyed this game, and it's sad that I have to delete the game because of the loop I'm stuck in.
Bizarre and delightful
My first few minutes with the game had me so befuddled I didn't know if I'd be willing to finish but as I explored I found myself absorbed in the mechanics that I was learning. In most games satisfaction comes from solving puzzles which is true here too but I the same feeling as I discovered how things work. The lack of instructions seems oppressive at first but there is nothing cheap here like in other games that have trick answers to the riddles. Good show. I love it.
entertaining, but disappointing ending
It wasn't really as hard as some
of the reviews made it seem, but it was still extremely interesting. my only criticism is that I got to the end of the game and didn't know it was the end. I looked up a walkthrough only to find out there was nothing left for me to do. seems like the kind of game the developer is going to continue updating though, and I'm looking forward to it.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Feb 05, 2015
- Version: 3.0
- Size: 66.8 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: David Mondou-Labbe
- © Devine Lu Linvega
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.