Please, Touch the Artwork Reviews

Please, Touch the Artwork is ranked in the 83rd percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.
Recommended
Feb 7, 2022

A zen puzzler that lingers restless in the mind.

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Jan 28, 2022

Please, Touch the Artwork is a relaxing puzzler with just enough stimulation to engage players, while the intentionally low-pressure environment of the game and stylish menu screen that looks like an art gallery are a welcome balm in this era of over-stimulation. For those looking for a couch game to unwind with, I can safely recommend it. Please, Touch the Artwork is available now on Android and iOS, and on PC via Steam and itch.io, setting you back $3.99 on mobile and $9.99 on PC.

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Unscored
Jan 27, 2022

Please, Touch the Artwork is a well-designed and relaxing puzzle game that also doubles as a great primer in modern minimalist art.

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9 / 10.0
Sep 6, 2022

Please Touch the Artwork is a colourful and clever puzzle game that you can power through in an afternoon or so, but lingers with you for a long time afterwards.

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8 / 10.0
Sep 15, 2022

This is a very cool puzzle game that I recommend to anyone who wants to explore artwork in unique, ponderous ways. In lieu of going to a modern art museum or something, maybe just kick back with a glass of wine and bounce around these three puzzle types and soak in some art.

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7 / 10
Sep 19, 2022

Please, Touch The Artwork tries to go beyond the usual experience of a puzzle game and adapts the artwork of abstract artist Piet Mondrian to a series of challenges that players will have to solve. Simple but remarkable as a principle, this is a game that has no problems whatsoever in delivering an enveloping experience. Fans of puzzle games will appreciate the originality, whereas others will find themselves easily seduced by the relationship between gaming and art.

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Liked-a-lot
Sep 2, 2022

Please, Touch the Artwork has its limitations, which probably will be received differently by players, but the audience of these types of games will surely find enjoyment in this one in particular. With intuitive and creative mechanics, beautiful jazzy atmospheric music and engaging narrative, this game offers you a delightful experience that few puzzlers do. Other than all those factors that I just mentioned, the aspects I valued the most in this game were the Educational facts, quotes, stories and its inspiring method to inspire others. Want it or not, modern art has an effect on our society and influences our surroundings. Art will do that and more. If you enjoy artistic/ puzzle games, relaxing no-pressure challenges or you simply are curious about art but not into physical museums, I invite you into this worthwhile experience.

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8 / 10
Aug 27, 2022

An incredibly accessible game, ‘Please, Touch The Artwork’ is a masterful interpretation and adaptation of modern art into well designed story and puzzles. There’s a few foibles to work around but otherwise, this is a unique experience that comes with a strong recommendation.

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7.5 / 10.0
Aug 17, 2022

Thanks to its slick presentation, which is enhanced by either the Switch’s or your TV’s speakers, Please Touch the Artwork is a really enjoyable audiovisual experience that requires your attention and rewards you for it, unlike your average casual mobile outing. This game is clearly not for everyone, and its pretentious atmosphere will put some players off, but I had a good time with it regardless. Way more than I could have ever imagined.

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7 / 10.0
Feb 3, 2022

Please, Touch the Artwork is like visiting an interactive art gallery. The three minigames are simple but captivating thanks to their charming audiovisual elements. The puzzles, especially those in The Style, gain complexity layers little by little, making them very interesting. However, some puzzles are complicated enough to be frustrating, going against its general relaxing nature. In the end, the game offers a unique short experience, even though it isn't particularly memorable.

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