No Word Count
Michael O'Connor   Ireland
 
 
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Irish Gamer - Dubious Critic - Pretentious Geek
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I went into Lost Words with few expectations, at the recommendation of a friend. I knew that it was written by Rhianna Pratchett, but beyond that I had no preconceived notions about what to expect or how the experience would play out.

Its a simple game by design, but this isn't a criticism against it. Lost Words has a very specific story that it wants to tell, and it focuses on no more and no less than it needs to in order to tell that story.

As the name suggests, you have to find words to complete the writing that appears before you. This ultimately boils down to carrying the right words onto the right places on screen to activate events, but the game constantly comes up with novel, unique ways to approach this, and the experience is paced well enough that it always remains fun.

And the story it has to tell is a beautiful, sincere and heartfelt one. I won't go into specifics on that, because it's better to experience it for yourself, but it's a story that I think all everyone will be able to connect with strongly, no matter who you are or the life experience you've had.

Highly recommended.
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