‘Creaks’ Review: Creakin’ Great

Creaks By: Amanita Design Over the last few years, Amanita Design has become one of my favorite developers, from whom I know I can expect a game with tons of personality. They first won me over with Samorost 3, but then I went back to catch up with Botanicula, an equally charming point-and-click adventure. I've since had the pleasure to play through Chuchel and Pilgrims, both of which are more playful than…

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Creaks: Complete Paintings and Achievements Guide

Creaks By: Amanita Design Creaks is the latest adventure game from Amanita Design. It has you climbing up and down ladders, sneaking across creaky floors and avoiding robotic dogs that turn into furniture. It's less of a point-and-click adventure and more of a puzzle platformer. The paintings and achievements can be difficult to find, so this walkthrough guide should help you locate any you missed. Feel free to ask for extra help…

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Creaks: 100% Complete Walkthrough Guide

Creaks By: Amanita Design Creaks is the latest adventure game from Amanita Design. It has you climbing up and down ladders, sneaking across creaky floors and avoiding robotic dogs that turn into furniture. It's less of a point-and-click adventure and more of a puzzle platformer. It can be tricky, so this walkthrough guide should help you if you get stuck. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. See…

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‘Pilgrims’ Review: The Devil’s in the Details

Pilgrims By: Amanita Design There are few things in this world that get me as excited as a new game from Czech developer Amanita Design. Ever since I played Samorost 3 and Botanicula, I've been eagerly awaiting anything they announce. They have a knack for combining unique artwork with quirky characters, playful mechanics and clever puzzles. One thing you can be sure of with an Amanita game is that it will be…

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Pilgrims: Complete Walkthrough and Achievements Guide

Pilgrims By: Amanita Design Pilgrims is the latest point-and-click adventure game by Amanita Design. Your characters and items are depicted as cards, and you drag them to the scene to use them. It's an insanely charming game, but can also be tricky at times. So this walkthrough guide should help you if you get stuck. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. See my Pilgrims review. Walkthrough: I…

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‘CHUCHEL,’ I Ch-Ch-Choose You (iOS Review)

CHUCHEL By: Amanita Design Amanita Design's Samorost 3 was one of my favorite games of 2016, and it's still one of my favorite point-and-click adventures ever. One thing that stood out to me was the number of little details in each scene and objects to interact with that weren't necessarily related to the puzzles. For instance, in a forest scene, there were three cicadas that you can tap on to get them…

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CHUCHEL: All Achievements Walkthrough Guide

CHUCHEL By: Amanita Design Amanita Design's latest game is called CHUCHEL, about a quirky little dust ball with a cherry obsession. Like Scrat the squirrel from Ice Age, he spends all his time chasing a cherry that's always just out of his reach. The puzzles aren't too difficult themselves, but it can be tricky to find all the achievers. So this guide will help you wirh any you're missing. Achievements: Good Morning:…

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‘Samorost 3’ iOS Review: Gnome Man’s Sky

Samorost 3 By: Amanita Design I confess, it took me a little while to warm up to Amanita Design's Samorost 3. It's by far one of the most gorgeous games I've ever played, but for the first half hour or so I was frustrated due to poor signage. The game made me think something was part of a puzzle when it was just a toy. I spent 20 minutes on the first…

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