Starman: Tale of Light

Starman: Tale of Light

By nada studio, sl

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2017-11-03
  • Current Version: 1.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 453.54 MB
  • Developer: nada studio, sl
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 5
5
From 652 Ratings

Description

Guide Starman through breathtaking architectural sceneries with delicate atmospheres and elaborate puzzles. Recover the light, and bring life back! Challenging. You won't find a single puzzle twice. Magnificent. Make the most of full screen mode, carefully adapted for the iPhone X. Immersive experience. Thanks to haptic feedback and soothing music. Universal. Enjoy starman on the iPad or the iPhone. This eerie experience has been crafted with love by sergio abril and jacobo abril, two brothers that happen to be architects.

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Reviews

  • Simple, Peaceful, Beautiful

    5
    By AcaciaViva
    So good! A meditative interstellar puzzle game.
  • Huge disappointment

    2
    By KauaiFinn
    I really don’t understand where all the positive reviews are coming from. I downloaded this after reading one reviewer compare it to Monument Valley, which I enjoyed. So, I thought I’d give this a shot. It is not like Monument Valley at all. The challenges are far too easy (except for the one that has a glitch, thus forcing you to assume what you’re trying is not the solution, and then wasting hours on other solutions when your first thought was in fact the correct solution after all). The character moves very slowly, and I think I know why they did this: The game is so short that they figured they’d make the character move really slow, to give the impression that this is a longer game. Don’t get me wrong, I tend to prefer slow-paced games, but a sluggish character isn’t what I’m referring to. The graphics are maddening. I don’t understand why there are so many games in grey scale & so dark. It’s impossible to even tell what objects are. Maybe they’re trying to be artsy. Maybe some people find it artistic? I don’t know. I, for one, say how about we keep art in museums and out of our games? Geez, I really had high hopes for this game. What a let down...
  • Sadder version of Monument Valley

    3
    By Mark in Toledo
    I loved Monument Valley. This reminded me of it so I thought I’d try it. It’s okay. Makes me think I should play Monument Valley again because it was prettier and more fun. This is like Monument Valley for depressed people.
  • Short, very clever

    4
    By Prosopopoeia
    Very nice to look at: Monument Valley minus optical illusions times LIMBO minus all the dying. Very clever physics-ish puzzles. Completely worth it.
  • Unusual & relaxing

    5
    By rhw-
    That was very different. Not stressful.
  • Not so much fun

    3
    By Kyung44
    This game is severely battery draining although it is monochrome.
  • Pretty but not well thought out.

    3
    By tomjerryface
    It’s pretty but it feels like they didn’t have someone unfamiliar with the game play it. The puzzles aren’t hard to figure out but it takes forever to solve them because you have to walk so far between points to solve them. 60% of this game is repetitive shoe leather, the other 40 is okay puzzles.
  • Interesting, but it has its kinks

    3
    By Livingfortodat
    The first thing I noticed about the game is how difficult it can be to maneuver the character around the level precisely. Constantly tapping, trying to get the character to face a certain way at a specific angle got very annoying, along with some various depth of field issues. Other than that, it’s an entertaining puzzle game that I had fun playing, but I wouldn’t recommend the purchase
  • Wow

    5
    By Jjman2010x
    An actually challenging puzzler!!
  • Calming but challenging

    5
    By pearlscaled
    The puzzles are engaging, and having a greyscale color scheme and not having to run about keeps you from getting frustrated when you it’s challenging you. Nice game to peek at over a few days.

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