This is the Review of 112th seed. 112th seed (2020) – Review, Recap, Ending, Summary. It is Released on 28 July 2020. It is developed by Nerd Game Studio.
We are looking at 112th seed on the PlayStation 4 where we reviewed it is also available on Nintendo Switch and the Xbox one this one is priced at 4.99 it comes from publisher east Asia soft and the game was also developed by nerd games and slider games in 112th seed you play as a tiny little seed which serves as the last beacon of hope for humanity as humanity has more or less died out in and like my summary. In this world, there are three scientists stored in capsules scattered across the world for you to rescue you’ll awaken them as you go around these different areas spreading your seed and restoring life.
This is a puzzle game and a very simple one at that you’ll go through a variety of different levels over 70 of them in fact basically doing a lot of pushing of blocks all while avoiding some traps along the way, of course, you can screw up these puzzles but you’re able to refresh the room rather easily by going into the options menu in some puzzles you may need to stack blocks on top of each other so that you can reach higher areas other puzzles might have you pushing water droplets onto the soil so that you can raise flowers.
This will help you to get up higher as well eventually you can even change forms in this game this will allow you to fly to higher areas that you otherwise wouldn’t be able to reach and like my summary. This can also lean heavily into solving puzzles the game will throw in a few different gameplay elements as well including levers for you to pull you might have to pull them in a certain order in order to progress or eventually soil pots which you can push freely and have the water drop down on them accordingly in terms of controls there’s really not much for you to be concerned about here you can jump and the circle button mainly acts as your action button most of the puzzles in 112th seed are well thought out but they aren’t overly difficult.
I didn’t find myself stuck too many times and that’s actually kind of a nice thing this is a relaxing puzzle game that won’t really stress you that’s pretty much you figure out the solution to these rooms you reset the room if you’re having issues or you can’t solve the puzzle any further but the goal is always simple and that’s just getting to the exit graphically 112th seed settles on a pixel art aesthetic as many indie games do and it works to effect it’s not the most exceptional art that I’ve seen before in an indie game but the game looks cute enough though there aren’t enough environments in my opinion in this title.
You’re going to see a lot of what looks like the same area over and over again for quite a while but being a simple puzzle game the graphics serve their purpose and like the summary and get the job done the soundtrack is also pretty repetitive in this title again you’ll hear the same song over and over again for quite a while until you reach a new area and there really aren’t that many different areas so get used to the tracks in this game you’re going to hear a lot of them and there are not many tracks for you to choose.
They are well-composed for the most part 16-bit to 8-bit retro-style tunes that get the job done as well 112th seed is a very simple bite-sized puzzle game that anyone can jump into and mess around with you don’t necessarily have to marathon play this one I wouldn’t advise doing so but it is fun in short bursts I enjoyed going through some of the different puzzles the look of the game is cute and enjoyable enough and the sound design and sound effects get the job done despite the fact that they are a little bit repetitive.
If you want to add a simple cute effective puzzle game to your library this one’s not half bad at 4.99 the price is right it will last you a few hours and you’ll get some entertainment value out of it also for you trophy hunters out there that enjoy getting platinum trophies and like my review. It’s no problem whatsoever in 112 seed you’ll have the platinum trophy in about 20 to 30 minutes depending on your skill level so again if you enjoy simple and cute effective puzzle games then check out 112th seed so thanks for watching.
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They are well-composed for the most part 16-bit to 8-bit retro-style tunes that get the job done as well 112th seed is a very simple bite-sized puzzle game that anyone can jump into and mess around with you don't necessarily have to marathon play this one I wouldn't advise doing so but it is fun in short bursts I enjoyed going through some of the different puzzles the look of the game is cute and enjoyable enough and the sound design and sound effects get the job done despite the fact that they are a little bit repetitive.