While Kiwanuka can be frustrating, and perhaps not a game that’ll be played again and again, it’s charming because it’s not built to be artificially-replayed. Beat it and the game is beaten. As well, the game looks and sounds great. This is meant to be an experience, and while it’s not the greatest one, it won’t disappoint those who follow it.
What struck me first and foremost about this game however, is just how beautifully polished it looks, and just how much thought has gone into the design of every separate screen, from the menu to the artistic effects and glorious animation. It’s especially relieving to know that there are still developers coming up with original and intriguing concepts amongst all the shovelware.
For the most part, however, Kiwanuka is a novel and inventive puzzler which drenched in charm. Its audio and visual design will suck you in, while its people-powered puzzles should keep you enthralled for a good few hours.
Kiwanuka's great success is in making its unusual systems feel completely natural. While its beautiful world is abstract and alien, the game itself is one of the most focused and inviting puzzlers on iOS. It's some kind of magic alright. Enigmatic and inviting, challenging and intuitive, Kiwanuka truly is a game of alchemy.
Kiwanuka mungkin tidak terdiri dari banyak level, jumlah level yang ada padanya hanya 30 saja, dan bahkan kamu yang genius akan bisa menyelesaikannya dalam waktu 2 jam atau kurang saja. ....Kendati memiliki playtime yang terbilang singkat, bagi saya game adalah sebuah pengalaman dan apa yang saya dapatkan dari Kiwanuka sangatlah sebanding dengan apa yang saya bayarkan untuknya.