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Samorost 3

Amanita Design
Mar 24, 2016 - PC

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Critic Reviews for Samorost 3

A warm and joyful adventure through a magical world; obtuse at times, but more interested in delighting than challenging.

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Wordless, beautiful and languid, the latest Samorost is a fine adventure game, even if it's not particularly adventurous itself.

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The studio behind imaginative indie hits Machinarium and Botanicula debuts its most ambitious game yet: a beautiful yet simplistic point-and-click adventure.

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For anyone who appreciates Amanita's previous titles or the point-and-click adventure genre in general, Samorost 3 comes highly recommended.

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Samorost 3 is a beautiful game and definitely worth experiencing if only for the visuals and musicality. It is a pleasant adventure with some great ideas, but is let down by its short gameplay and sometimes frustrating puzzles.

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Samorost 3 is a sensational journey through a delightful yet deceptively twisted world where fairytale collides with science fiction, themes of addiction and power mix with lighthearted play, and the adventures of a little the gnome always kept a smile on my face.

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Samorost 3 is surreal, magical, and one of the warmest and most delightful games I’ve had the pleasure of playing.

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Samorost 3 is as frustrating as it is beautiful. It takes some interesting ideas, a gorgeous environment, and a fantastic soundscape and applies them to a gameplay formula that doesn't work quite as well as it should. And with its short playtime and weak motivation, there's not much reason to embark on a journey in this world.

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