Alchemic Cutie Reviews

Alchemic Cutie is ranked in the 34th percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.
7.3 / 10.0
Oct 8, 2021

‎An entire island ready to explore what changes with the seasons, composed of up to 28 days and with activities that we can do. An argument that although it does not have great pretensions or become a moral reflection, wants to convey a sense of calm and happiness. Because Alchemic Cutie ‎‎talks to us about the little things we like,‎‎about talking to people. Everything brings a feeling of warmth that at no time aims to show the real obstacles of life, but wants to give an idealized image to get us a smile while we perform the different daily chores in our gray cubicle.‎

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Alana Hagues
Top Critic
Nov 7, 2021

Alchemic Cutie is an adept of adorableness that's in need of an elixir to smooth out the bugs, improve tutorials, and make it that bit more manageable and engaging.

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7 / 10.0
Oct 12, 2021

Alchemic Cutie is a sweet sim-RPG that, though lacking guidance, will have you hooked the moment you dive in. After encountering a few bugs, the game can be frustrating, but overall is still on my daily “to-play” list.

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5.5 / 10.0
Jun 19, 2023

Greatness is so close, but until a few patches fix the blunders, it will never meet the standards it could. The inspiration it takes from Slime Rancher proves hurtful, too. Alchemic Cutie fails to emulate it, making me want to jump to the better choice.

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6.4 / 10.0
Jun 16, 2023

While undeniably quite positive and cute, there are some mixed messages in implementation that make it unclear who the game is for

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Jun 12, 2023

Alchemic Cutie is a game of highs and lows. The concept is great, and I adore the pixelated format. Wimba Island is full of mystery, and I’m keen to find out more. Unfortunately, the faded or night time colouring when it’s raining and the complexity of the jelly colour palette make it hard to give our top rating. The developers have clearly invested a huge amount of time and passion in the game, and I hope they continue to do so. Ideally, I would rate this as “I Like it a Lot”. However, the poor performance on the Nintendo Switch version renders it impossible to recommend at the time of review.

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