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About this game
Developer: Alterego Games
Content Rating: Everyone10+
Welcome to a world where woollen creatures once lived in peace. Stuffy is a well-meaning but rather clumsy stuffed animal that wanders the world alone. Glitch is a metal firefly that has lost its memory and identity. Was Stuffy left behind? Where did all these machines suddenly come from? And what does Glitch have to do with any of this? Join them on their journey through a world of wool, fabric and hidden dangers.
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Woven provides a pleasant experience with a nicely narrated story that will be very well suited to young children. While the technical issues are likely to go unnoticed by the target audience, they are enough to ruin the experience for anyone who plays games regularly. There isn’t much here that the average gamer would find enjoyable. With that being said, for parents looking for a game to introduce their children into gaming, you couldn’t find a better game than this.
Woven is a game that’s… just there. It’s well-crafted, it’s adorable, it’s got a ridiculous amount of charm, and it can please you for an hour or two, but after it’s over, that’s it. It’s a game best suited for smaller audiences, as some kind of introduction to the world of puzzlers and adventures. It’s very easy, it holds your hand throughout the entire playthrough, but it slowly rewards you with skins and rhymes that will most certainly appeal to the younger crowd.
Woven could have been a welcome addition to the family friendly game catalogue, but the finished game just lacks any kind of polish or fun. The controls are unresponsive, the design decisions at odds with the presumed audience, and the few moments of interest lost in a sea of mediocrity and meandering backtracking. Unfortunately, Woven is just knit very good.