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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.
The Switch’s eShop is starting to become saturated with bucket loads of high-quality content. This is great in one way, of course, but stumbling across hidden gems within it will get tougher as time goes on. Gorogoa is one such gem; a game quite unlike any other that deserves your attention. It is a little on the short side, but the creativity that has been put into its design, and the effect it will have on you during your time exploring its gorgeous world, is something that you’ll want to experience. If you’re looking for something new to try, this would be an excellent choice.
Overall, my time with Gorogoa was brief yet beautiful. I wish that this was an actual storybook, a heavy thing bound in leather and built from parchment. Yet I know that pressing this experience to paper would limit it, would erase certain critical elements. You can’t touch a piece of paper or wood and have it glide into two components, one of which is the portal to a new world.