Tag Archives: Annapurna Interactive

Florence: Review and Walkthrough

Florence By: Annapurna Interactive (Mountains) This is a bit of a hard review to write. Florence is a short game, and anything you know about it ahead of time will just lessen the experience. In fact, even reading the App Store description will keep you from being all too surprised at what happens. Assuming you read it before buying, you're going to know at least the gist of the story. But it's how that story is told that makes Florence special. So I'll say right here that if you already know Read more [...]

Gorogoa: Walkthrough Guide

Gorogoa By: Annapurna Interactive & Jason Roberts This is a complete walkthrough guide with hints, tips, tricks, solutions and answers for the iOS, Android and PC puzzle adventure game, Gorogoa, by Annapurna Interactive. Feel free to ask for extra help in the comments section. See my Gorogoa review. Tips & Tricks: I have a complete walkthrough below, but I suggest trying these tips before resorting to it. - In every chapter, your goal is to collect a colored fruit. That means helping the Read more [...]

‘Gorogoa’ iOS Review: Simply Awe-Inspiring

Gorogoa By: Annapurna Interactive & Jason Roberts The demo of Jason Robert's Gorogoa was one of the few games I was willing to suffer through playing on my new laptop about two years ago, and I'd been eagerly awaiting the full release ever since. I heard that he scrapped a lot of his original ideas, though, for a more streamlined approach, and I wasn't sure what that meant and whether the game would still resemble the demo I played. Thankfully, Gorogoa far surpassed all my expectations and is Read more [...]

‘Flower’ iOS Review: A Source of Inspiration

Flower By: Annapurna Interactive (thatgamecompany) I never owned any PlayStation consoles, so even though thatgamecompany's relaxing Flower released back in 2009, I didn't get to play it until it arrived on iOS this week, eight years later. I wasn't really sure what to expect, as I haven't played anything by thatgamecompany, even their most popular, Journey. I was a little concerned about the tilt control scheme, as I usually avoid games with those. But I wanted to give Flower a chance since I Read more [...]