Lilly Looking Through
By Geeta Games
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What Lilly sees is about to change her life forever… Help our heroine through a variety of enchanting environments brimming with magic and wonder, as she seeks to rewrite the past, change the present, and unlock the ultimate mystery.
The indie studio Geeta Games presents Lilly Looking Through, an animated point-and-click adventure game that is appropriate for all ages. Lilly’s story is set in a fictional fantasy world and told almost completely by the universal language of pantomime, and can be enjoyed at many levels by the whole family. Guide our heroine Lilly through a land filled with enchanting environments brimming with wonder. The world Lilly lives in is lovingly hand painted, and filled with awe inspiring visuals. The cinematic multi-plane camera system, fluid character animation, and compelling original musical soundtrack make the whole experience come to life and feel like you are playing inside an animated movie. Lilly Looking Through’s charming animated story can be just as fun to watch as it is to play.
Immerse, engage, and explore together as you assist Lilly on this captivating journey. Lilly Looking Through contains a whole variety of unique puzzles. Quite a few of the puzzles will require keen observation and challenge even the most experienced adventure veterans. Many of the challenges in Lilly Looking Through will often build on each other, and the skills you learn earlier will help you and Lilly solve puzzles later found in the game. If you are ever in need of help and would like a hint, a built in help system will also give clues as to what to do next to continue the journey. With an easy to learn interface, players of all ages will easily immerse themselves into Lilly’s world, and start playing with the click of a button.
What's New in Version 1.1.50
This is mostly a tech update that has a number of fixes that should make Lilly Looking Through run on more machines and has more technical options.
+ Added a 1280x720 view in full screen option. This should allow more people to run in full screen mode. There are several ways to get into this mode
- The full screen/windowed mode button on the main screen will now switch through complete full screen, 1280x720 full screen and windowed mode.
- You can hit control-s when not in windowed mode. If nothing happens click on the screen and hot control-s again.
- On screen resolutions greater than 1920x1080, it will switch to this mode. It can be overridden by changing the screen mode in game.
+ Pause 3D rendering while the intro movie and the option screen is displayed.
+ Added Quality settings of High, Medium, Low and Lowest. You can change the setting by click on the “Quality=“ text on the options screen.
+ Added software mode for those graphics chip sets that are not supported by 3D hardware mode. Also, added option to run in hardware constrained mode for these graphics chip sets.
+ Fixed a small bugs when hitting the goggles button at an inopportune time.
+ Fixed on option screen, languages, from “noruego” to “norsk”
Rated low for brevity only
This really is a beautiful game - both the story and the graphics. I love the scenery, the storyline and the limited dialogue. I didn't have any technical difficulties, only a very short wait while succeeding chapters loaded. I enjoyed the puzzles and activities that drive the characters forward in the game. I will definitely hold this one aside for my 11-year old niece. She loves figuring out problems by trying different solutions.
My only problem is that it is a very short game for $9.99. I would love to see more of this -- and the end of this story sets the scene for more to come -- but unless it offers more than a few hours of play total, the cost is not really worth it.
Really 10 bucks?
What a rip off! I am so irritated that this game cost me ten dollars and it literally took me two hours to finish the entire thing. Don't get me wrong the game is beautiful and it is definately fun to play, but seriously? C'mon…I've never experieneced a game this short that costs this much. I would have been annoyed with it if it had cost five, let alone ten! These people really need to rethink this. It's not okay to rip off customers that have no way of knowing what exactly they are paying for until its too late. I would really like a refund on this, but I doubt that will ever happen. I hope this was helpful and that it stops someone from paying ten dollars for a game that is defiately not worth it in terms of length.