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While Gorogoa was a bit on the short end and I wasn’t really sure what happened during the story, that didn’t matter much to me in the end. I was provided with some fantastic puzzles that really had me thinking how to solve them, all while enjoying some lovely art and music. If you’re a real fan of either of those or both, then Gorogoa is well worth checking out.
If you thrill in playing games that represent the sweat and tears of a developer, Gorogoa is a great game to purchase. It's absolutely gorgeous, and I found it supremely meditative. It presents you with a bevy of unique puzzles without being overly demanding of how long it takes you to solve them. It's bright colors, beautiful artwork, and unique style make it an entirely outstanding indie game, though it might not suit everyone's fancy.
The final achievement in the game is “Devotion.” It’s a word that can mean many things to different people. And experiencing Gorogoa may have the same effect, like interpreting a dream that you may not remember very well but seems to make sense anyway.