Přidáno: 2. května
I think the Night of the Rabbit holds the all characteristics that a wonderful point-and-click adventure games needs.
Great artistic style and music.
The art is amazing, especially the design of the different settings. The use of color and shading really brings out the atmosphere. This is also true for the music, really adds the touch to each of the places you will encounter through the game. Character design is also wonderful, and the character voice truly displays the character personalities.
Classic puzzle solving.
Very classic mechanism. Talking to NPC and bring items to them. The item collecting, combining and utilizing are all the components I enjoy about this type of adventure game. Although I will say some of the puzzles and item combinations are not as intuitive as it could be. Some item usage are rather a stretch. There is a help mechanism in the game the player can utilize, but I have to say it is rather useless. The help mechanism only continuously repeats the general goal of the section of the game you are on, it does not provide small clues to the smaller parts of the puzzle. The journal is more helpful in every way, although it does not provide hints, but it does keep track what you have to do. But this is a puzzle solving game, it would take away all the fun if the puzzle was too simple.
The story isn't just about a boy with a dream, it has a lot more just than that. But it is hard to speak about how I like the story without spoiling a big part of it, so I guess I won't be talking too much about it. There are a lot that lies behind Jeremy's adventure. The people of Mousewood, the story of the Treewalkers, all the environment and the people of the other worlds. I feel like there are a lot more the game could have emphasized on, but the game was too short to cover everyone's story. I do hope there will be a sequel or maybe DLC to bring out the others' story.
The in game small game, item and achievement collections are great touches to the game itself. Adds a lot more to the game itself. Overall, this is a great point-and-click adventure game, and I would be totally excited for more stories.