Samsara – We hope it puts a smile on your face

(Game) Samsara

Samsara  Game Description :

Now 100% free to play, no ads, no nothing. We hope it puts a smile on your face in these tough times – stay safe!

Help Zee escape Samsara! Drop blocks of different shapes and properties into a realm of two mirrored dimensions, in this beautiful, reflective puzzle game with a twist…

While playing in the park, Zee follows a squirrel through a portal to a world of echoes, inhabited by a shadow child. Surrounded by the unknown and trapped in a series of realms both confusing and dangerous, the youngsters must avoid slipping into the pool between dimensions, embarking on a voyage of discovery and awakening they share with the player, up and down staircases, through light and dark, across the upside-down and the right side-up to their eventual freedom.

Game Features :

Explore the reflected dimensions of 77 levels across 6 hand-detailed realms, each with hidden “Easter Eggs” to uncover
Simple play mechanic – choose, rotate and drop blocks and utilize their reflections
Carefully paced advancement, new concepts introduced progressively
Blocks must be both balanced and will respond to gravity, falling towards the pool between the two dimensions, allowing asymmetric placements…
…Although later in the game, new types of block reflections may behave “unusually” under gravity
Environmental interaction includes falling stones, and thorns which grow on contact with Zee’s echo but shrivel at Zee’s own touch, allowing timed block movements to be set up
Crafted with love by a team of experienced developers in New Zealand, featuring innovative puzzle design and a unique art and animation style

Additional Information :

  • Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • Size 363.6 MB

User Reviews :

  1. I’m a big adventure/puzzle players and always look forward to games that provide new ideas and concepts. This one fits the bill. And it doesn’t hurt that the art and sounds are beautiful. Yes, the puzzles are on the easy side but I think this game is more about relaxation while you are trying to figure things out.
  2. This is a challenging and unique gameplay that is certainly much harder than it first appears. The artwork is both beautiful and engaging.
  3. It has just enough mystery to make me want a reason for what is happening.
  4. No matter how good your game is – I will not purchase more levels. This should never bee what an iap is used for. Thank you for the 2 free levels. If you want me to purchase the full game – make a full game price, but not as an iap. I have gotten scr**ed with iaps and never again.
  5. Completed the free section of the game in less than 20 minutes
  6. Too simple. All style. just another easy easy “puzzle” game that has nothing clever about it at all but the app store loves to recommend anything with some indy art style regardless of Gameplay.
  7. But the designers seem to like their graphics too much. There is no reason to exit to the level menu between each puzzle. That vine arm pulling the kid into the next puzzle level is cool the first time but is super annoying for the next 8 times for that set and 8 more times for each set after that. Also, a pet peeve of mine that the designers fell into doing is when you are given a certain number of free things in the beginning (in this case hints) and then immediately afterward you are forced to use them by not being able to play the game unless you spend the freebie because you are not allowed to click anywhere else besides where the developer is pointing to. So in this game you are given 5 hints and then you are forced to use 2 of them leaving the player with 3. Now, you could say, “the designer is giving you a net of 3 hints.” But I’d much rather be given only 3 to start and then be forced to use 2 but still keep the 3 given. It’s a really annoying element that leaves the player with a feeling of being had. Yes, the end result is still the same, 3 hints, but psychologically the experience is much different. Another pet peeve is to tease a game as free and to then make in app purchases necessary. Either go full free or a price from the start. Pay to play is a practice taking over the gaming world and it is a terrible practice. If you have a product worth a price then give it one from the start. Giving a tease means the product isn’t good enough to stand on its own and therefore must rely on b.s. pricing tactics. Besides these experiences, the app presents is a nice little puzzle game. 4 stars for ingenuity of the puzzle style, 3 stars for application, and 1 star for being b.s. and teasing the game to only end up needing in app purchases. So 2 stars on the whole.
  8. Muy buen juego y gracias por colaborar en estos tiempos de cuarentena

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