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#1129547 - 10/25/17 01:32 PM Returner 77
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Is anyone playing this new game yet? It is for iPad. The early buzz sounds pretty good for us puzzle lovers.
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#1129570 - 10/25/17 03:48 PM Re: Returner 77 [Re: colpet]
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I don't play these on my phone or Ipad but thanks for sharing! There is mention of "seek and find" and other elements of casual, so I moved you here.

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#1141833 - 02/15/18 09:24 PM Re: Returner 77 [Re: colpet]
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I have just finished this game. I played it on my iPad.
As far as I am concerned, this game is an an exploration puzzle adventure game. There are no HOS, and no achievements. You are sent to explore an alien space ship, and the story unfolds through FMV video recordings that your predecessor has left throughout the ship. The alien race is based on crystals, and the enviroment is richly detailed and very atmospheric. Movement is node based and then you can swipe around for a 360 degree visual of a stunningly detailed environment. My only pet peeve is that you cannot backtrack once you have completed a section, and you are limited as to where you can go. This is a puzzle game, with most of the challenges involving getting doors to open and strange machinery to work. I played without hints, and found most of the puzzles fun and intuitive. It was a fairly short game, about 3-5 hours (estimate) or so, but with more to come by the looks of how it ended.
If you have a tablet give this one a go, if only for the beautiful scenery and boat ride on an alien river system. Don’t forget to look up.


Edited by colpet (Yesterday at 07:51 AM)
Edit Reason: In retrospect, I think it took me longer than 3 hours. i was estimating because I played it over a fer weeks. Maybe closer to 5 hours.

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#1141852 - 02/15/18 11:54 PM Re: Returner 77 [Re: colpet]
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Thanks. colpet! Glad you enjoyed it!

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#1141869 - Yesterday at 07:14 AM Re: Returner 77 [Re: colpet]
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The final level of this game was released today. Also, I was mistaken, this game is available for the PC, and has been released at Steam.
Here are some screenshots and a trailer at the developer’s site:
Returner 77
And here is the Steam link:
Returner 77 on Steam

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#1141907 - Yesterday at 12:51 PM Re: Returner 77 [Re: colpet]
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I have wish listed this on Steam.
Thanks for the heads up!

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