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Ary and the Secret of Seasons

Ary and the Secret of Seasons is an award-winning adventure game following a young girl named Aryelle, or Ary, as she journeys across the great world of Valdi. By becoming the Guardian of Winter, Ary gains the ability to manipulate the seasons around her. Ary will learn to control the seasons and use them to defeat enemies, overcome obstacles, and solve complex puzzles on her adventure across Valdi. Long ago, the world of Valdi was threatened by an evil mage. After a great struggle, he was defeated by the Legendary Warrior and sealed inside the Vault, imprisoned for all eternity. To ensure the mage's imprisonment, four great sages swore to keep watch and protect the Vault. They formed the original Guardians of Seasons, a secretive organization now steeped in history and legend. After a mysterious force throws the seasons of Valdi into disarray, Ary decides to assist the Guardians of Seasons and sets out to find the source of the mayhem. Using her wits and courage, Ary will have to overcome monstrous enemies, secret plots, and stuffy traditions to save Valdi and bring balance to the world once more.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Pretty good and simple game.
+ more or less lighthearted
+ not too simple, but not overly complex or hard puzzles
+ bright visuals
+ mild soundtrack, fitting just in
+ interesting plot
- several bugs, game looks more of late early access
- sometimes quest stages are a bit unclear
- sometimes several boss mechanics are a bit unclear
- price is a bit overrated
In general, it's a pretty good game, unpolished, but still playable and enjoyable. Best to buy when on discount, but experience is generally good.

Review from Steam

Since a lot of people seemed to have bug issues with this game, I decided to hold off on reviewing it until I got pretty far into the game. Honestly, aside from one time I noclipped into the space underneath a town trying to double-jump onto edifices instead of using the stairs, or cutscenes where Ary's scar appears and disappears, I haven't had issues. I'm surprised at how good the dungeons were, none of the puzzles gave me too much trouble aside from wondering why I couldn't climb vines straight away. I'm wondering if any of the journal pages or other secrets are permanently missable, but seeing as it's a pretty short game, it wouldn't be that much of a hassle to go another round at it.
One problem I had that wasn't a bug was that the inability to zoom in and out with the camera made it easy to get motion sick playing this for too long. Some way to fix the camera the way Super Mario 64 tried to do, but successful, would help a lot. But should I really be playing a game for that long anyway? One man's queasycam is another man's gaming timer. Or so they say. Scratch that, nobody says that.
I'm certainly having enough fun to recommend this game.

Review from Steam

Its a fun little game with unique characters and a story.
if you do get the game here a non spoiler tip thats true for most games "the end isnt the end"