Samorost 3 is an exploration adventure and puzzle game from the award-winning creators of Machinarium and Botanicula. It is Amanita Design’s most ambitious experience to date and a loose continuation of the hit indie games Samorost and Samorost 2.
Samorost 3 follows a curious space gnome who uses the powers of a magic flute to travel across the cosmos in search of its mysterious origins. Visit nine unique and alien worlds teeming with colorful challenges, creatures and surprises to discover, brought to life with beautiful artwork, sound and music.
We recommend playing with headphones for a greater experience!
What the press said:
“Possibly the most beautiful point-and-click adventure I've ever played.” - Destructoid
“The best adventure game in years.” - Kill Screen
“A worthy follow-up to Machinarium and Botanicula.” - Pocket Gamer
“Arguably the greatest game to come out of Amanita Design.” - PC Gamer
“Samorost 3's setting is immediately entrancing.” - GameSpot
“All of the music is incredible.” - GameZebo
“Samorost 3 is a game that feels alive.” - Stuff
* several bug fixes and game design improvements
* animation hint (bees) added at "The Bridge" level
Ratings and Reviews
Wonderfully weird, this game blends adventure and brain teasers.
First time reviewing a game app because I just loved Samorost3. At times mesmerizing and lulling with the horn. I got a bit frustrated when I was at the pond - thought I had to solve a music puzzle. So i spent ages trying to get the sounds right.
Thougth there might be some surprise at the end from collecting all the in-game puzzles circles.
Please bring out a 4th and I will buy that too
Cute, lovely little world but does nothing for me
It’s a cute, silly little game…an “A" for effort but a “C" for satisfaction. I was underwhelmed by it, I thought it would be more immersive, have a little more depth, and some of the puzzles lack the inherent common sense one would ordinarily use to solve things, even in the context of this world…it would have been better if it wasn’t so 2d feeling…also found the length of the little animations annoying when I just wanted to get busy and explore more. The little world is well-crafted, the illustrations are actually quite charming with a great magical, little artist’s eye and significant attention to detail, as such, but it doesn’t really satisfy, would rather read the book…because that’s what it is, a little children’s book in [flash?] form, sort of masquerading as a video game. Was it a book first? Because the tableaus are very illustrative. It does have a sweetness to it.
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