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About this game
Developer: Parallel Studio
Content Rating: Everyone
The heartening tale of a mother, a blind child and an Egg - voiced and captioned in many languages. A multi-layered story full of symbols and metaphors about hope, love, nature and everything that connects us.
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In the end, I wasn’t disappointed where the journey led me, yet I hoped the game’s many puzzles, traps, and obstacles provided just a tad more of a challenge. Either way, this journey still left a good impression of how the whole package is intriguing and heartening with its hook and narrative.
We were pleasantly surprised by EQQO. After a rather lacklustre opening segment, the majority of the game proves itself to be an engaging puzzle title with a surprisingly meaningful narrative to support it. If you’re after a challenge, you might want to look elsewhere, but for its price, EQQO is a lovely, relaxing experience that will keep you playing right to the end.
While the switch version of EQQO is probably not the ideal way to experience this story, it is a cute and small game that is great for someone who is looking to play something in short bursts. Take your time getting adjusted to the controls. If you take on a chapter each night, you will more than get your money out of it. Just don’t go in and expect a full top-down Zelda dungeon experience.