"An exquisite point-and-click game." - The Washington Post
"...one of the most engaging puzzle games in recent memory." - GameSpot
"Every puzzle fan should have Gorogoa on their radar" - IGN
Gorogoa is an elegant evolution of the puzzle genre, told through a beautifully hand-drawn story designed and illustrated by Jason Roberts.
UNIQUELY IMAGINATIVE PUZZLES
The gameplay of Gorogoa is wholly original, comprised of lavishly illustrated panels that players arrange and combine in imaginative ways to solve puzzles. Impeccably simple, yet satisfyingly complex.
GORGEOUSLY HAND-DRAWN GAMEPLAY
Jason Roberts created thousands of meticulously detailed hand-drawn illustrations, encompassing the impressive scope of Gorogoa's personal narrative.
A NEW KIND OF STORYTELLING
Gorogoa isn't just a game - it's a work of art, expressing itself through soulful, charming illustrations and distinguished puzzle mechanics.
Thank you for playing Gorogoa!
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Ratings and Reviews
My Favorite Puzzle Game
I played the demo back in 2012, forgot about it, then saw it finally released 6 years later. I immediately bought it knowing how interesting it was from the get-go. The puzzles are so intricate and engaging, and visually appealing, too. There’s minimal instructions, but I think that’s the beauty of the game, to figure it out yourself. Every single time I saw two pieces fit together, I got excited. Unfortunately, the game is short, to which I finished it within a day, but a lot of hard work and effort has gone into scripting all the puzzles. I wish it was longer, but it was short and sweet and definitely replayable. I love the concept of the entire game overall.
Thoughtful, beautiful, fun...and short.
I really enjoyed this game. It had challenging puzzles, and a couple of times I was stumped until I tried something new. It's very pretty (loved the art!) and the music is quite compelling.
It struck me as similar in tone (but not gameplay) to Monument Valley, and about the same level of difficulty. I beat it in less than 4 hours -- but I still though it was totally worth the price.
I'd definitely be interested to play another game in the same style.
Creative, beautiful, and utterly engaging
The game gives only minimal instructions, and you’re left to explore. You shift in and out and through pictures, combining and changing them, interspersed with animation and stories. I’ve never encountered a concept like it. It’s simply amazing. I hope they release plenty of sequels!
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