Step out of your conventional platforming habits and delve into the dynamic and rotating world of Linn, a modern puzzle platformer set in a fantastic and mysterious ancient world.
You are in control of Aban, an exotic guardian of nature, on her journey through a lost sky temple. Help Aban on her divine mission to rejuvenate the ancient tree of light.
Levels consist of treacherous dynamic platforms that make you rethink every move before you swipe your finger in any direction. Completing each level needs both timely reactions and logical thinking.
-iPhone X fixes
Ratings and Reviews
An attractive (if repetitive) game for those who like puzzles
If you’re someone who likes puzzle games, attractive visuals, and a calming soundtrack, then this is the game for you! The levels are challenging without being too hard, the controls straightforward (although a longer, more in depth tutorial wouldn’t go unappreciated), and gameplay experience itself is a pleasant one. My only nitpick is that the levels tend to become somewhat repetitive and lacking in excitement early on; once you get the basics, there isn’t much left to explore or look forward to. You just collect shards as best you can in one level, and than do the same in the next and next. There’s not much variety to it, which is disappointing because I spent money on this game thinking there would be something more. I think the game could use a little more drive to it. Regardless, I do admire what the game DOES have, and my experience might defer greatly from another’s.
Pretty, but frustratingly unresponsive on a tablet
Beautiful design, but I really don’t think this is the right kind of game for a tablet because the touchscreen just doesn’t respond as quickly as the game requires. It kind of reminds me of the old Sonic the Hedgehog games (I swear some of the moves are exactly the same), but you can’t get a tablet to function the same way as a console game with a controller. I was hoping that this would be more like Monument Valley, so it’s a bit disappointing. I’ll keep playing for a few more levels and see if it grows on me (the only reason I’m posting a review at all at this stage is because the stupid review request keeps popping up after every chapter... ugh) and update my review then.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for the feedback. We'll look into making the controls a bit more responsive.
Fun yet challenging
It’s such a fun yet challenging game. very engaging yet the music makes it somewhat calming. My one issue is that the swiping left mechanic is very finicky and a lot of times i swipe left and nothing happens. for a game that just got released though and it’s this quality very impressive.
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