Little Red Lie
I spent close to an hour with Little Red Lie so far. I want to play more before I form an opinion, but there are some interesting ideas here. It’s very story-heavy, focusing on how hard it is for so many young people today to make a decent living the way their parents did. It contrasts that with a character who’s like Donald Trump, just trying to scam people out of a buck. My main complaint so far is that it’s very light on actual gameplay, and the parts that have you moving around a space to interact with objects feels clumsy. I appreciate that the game was redesigned in portrait mode for iOS, though, as it makes it playable with one hand. But the movement isn’t very easy to pull off with one hand. Luckily, it doesn’t seem to ever be on a timer, so even if you’re having a hard time getting your character to do what you want, it’s not that big of a problem. If you want to see what it’s like before I get deeper into it, you can watch my video below.
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