A decent graphic adventure in which some good intuitions, excellent replayability and some problems of various kinds such as frustrating controls coexist.
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Idiosyncratic, compelling and creative, Whateverland is a one trip this stranger in strange land would heartily recommend.
Whateverland's fun premise and protagonist duo are overshadowed by bugs, poorly designed puzzles and shallow characters in a move that makes us say "whatever."
Whateverland is a simple point-and-click adventure that is just fun; though the complexity might be a bit bothersome for others, I found it a charming and enjoyable aspect.
The "whatever" part in Caligari Games' sophomore title initially suggests boundless wonders, but is more akin to someone shrugging their shoulders by the end.
While there have been quite a number of solid retro point-and-click adventures on Switch, none have quite had this flavor to them
Whateverland is a wonderful and quirky adventure game that is full of some amazing voice acting, music, and animation. There are tons of funny and enjoyable lines throughout. There are a few spelling mistakes and the game could use a few more save slots, but these are really minor. It really brings you back to old-school adventure games that made this genre so great.
You likely won’t want to replay it to see the multiple endings, but for a single play through, Whateverland is a charming, charismatic if rough around the edges point and click adventure. It stumbles a number of times before the credits roll but with multiple solutions to puzzles and quirky characters to get to know, this game is a perfectly fine way to spend a few evenings.
Whateverland is an enjoyable classic Point and Click game that has enough modern flavors in its pot to be enticing for both die-hard adventure fans and curious newcomers.
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