Selma and the Wisp
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About this game
Developer: Toucan Studio
Content Rating: Teen
Imagine you were alone and afraid. Imagine you were lost with no one to help. Imagine you were a child facing its worst nightmare. In utter darkness even the dimmest trickle of light means hope. Created by a group of passionate developers led by a visionary artist, “Selma and the wisp” offers key features: Innovative co-dependent control system of two characters simultaneously, controlled by gamepad or mouse A lot of amazing puzzles to solve, interspersed by arcade elements. Artistic mastership of graphic design in low-poly style in which each frame is a masterpiece. Follow the wisp. Collect the lights. Don’t look back.
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Selma and the Wisp has an interesting premise, having you control a character who, in turn, leads another character. Unfortunately, the indirect playstyle leads to frustration in hazardous areas as you are forced to escort a girl and hope she doesn’t die by accident. At least it’s a short adventure, with ten levels that only run about two or three hours, for those curious to try it out. The idea of this “guiding light simulator” remains intriguing, but the experience is hard to fully recommend.
Selma and the Wisp is a beautiful, nightmarish puzzle\platformer. While it’s a little on the short side it’s still a great game worth experiencing.
Selma and the Wisp is boring, poorly-designed, and no fun at all to play, but it is at least quite short.