Voyage is a very good 2D cinematic puzzler that is a must have for anyone in love with the genre. It's even good enough to pull in some new fans as well.
Voyage is a short and simple cinematic game wrapped up in enthralling visuals, best played with a friend, a controller, and lots of (initial) patience.
I finished Voyage (twice) with more questions than answers, but it was a captivating, gorgeous adventure of which I enjoyed every second. Although I had a lot of fun playing on my own, I think playing with a friend would enhance the experience immensely, as there’s a lot to discuss immediately after the game ends. If you’re ready to be absolutely mesmerized and have about 2 – 4 hours to spare, there’s really no reason not to pick up Voyage.
Voyage invites us to dive into an incredible and beautiful world. The journey of two young people is serene and relaxing, and it is engaging to explore this exotic universe. The highlights are the hand-drawn visuals and the smooth, well-placed soundtrack - I enjoyed the various surreal locations in the game. However, the title disappoints by presenting a vague plot and limited interactions. In the end, Voyage is a short, enjoyable cinematic experience, but nothing more.
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