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Samorost 3

Samorost 3 is a masterpiece of art and design. Beautiful atmospheric puzzles in a fantasy world, designed in an a way, where a story told without a single word. Follow a curious space gnome who uses the powers of a magic flute to travel in outter space in search of its mysterious origins. Visit nine unique micro-worlds teeming with colorful challenges, creatures and surprises to discover, brought to life with beautiful artwork, sound and music.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous

I love this games

This beautifully crafted game is a true adventure set in a cozy micro universe. Really great points about it:

-Family friendly and even educating with it's puzzles
-Completely single and offline playable
-It's made without a single word, but the infographics are international
-Awesome visuals and great soundtrack

Review from Steam

Beautiful!
Relaxing game!
Thank you Amanita Design!

Review from Steam

Playing this game for 1 or 2 hours each day feels like taking a deep breath after a long day of... well, for me... doing nothing, but still, this game is a great game to relax with.

Review from Steam

This is my dream game tbh. Everything about it is amazing, I don't even know where to start with praise. The artistry and the detail and creativity and beauty and soundtrack and story-line and the puzzles and exploration wow. It is just so smart and enchanting and fun. Can't even imagine the efforts it took to make, but forever grateful those efforts were given for this masterpiece to exist

Review from Steam

Where Samorost 1 surprised, Samorost 2 impacted.
Where Samorost 2 impacted, Samorost 3 excelled.
This last entry in Samorost's universe is a piece of art. With visually striking imagery, backgrounds and elements, plus an excellent sound design, Samorost 3 shows how the devs put their heart into their crafting. It's been a long time since I wanted to play this game until I finally played but I can't recommend it enough, so do yourself a favor a jump into this experience asap.

Review from Steam

Everything in this game is just amazing, the devs totally put their heart and soul into it!

Review from Steam

What I needed
Samorost is, somehow, Amanita's birthplace. It started off the team's deep dive into visually compelling point and click adventures, with the first title being a really simple, yet relaxing and enjoyable title, even if really short.
Eventually, they mastered their craft and decided to give this series a third installment.
It's safe to say that we needed this! A must have title, absolutely worth its price.
If you want to hear more though, I'll share some personal thoughts below.
Space and forests
Much care has been put into world building here, and it pays off every time you boot up this game.
As the sub-title says, it's like walking into the woods. In space. You see and hear this fictional naturalistic setting and it's so alive, yet so calm.
While playing, you'll visit various celestial bodies, each with an unique vibe and recognizable environment. Every puzzle or zone easily sticks to your mind, and I must say that they are not hard at all with a couple of exceptions.
Amanita did think about this, though: at any given time, by solving a really simple puzzle in the menu (accessible by pressing esc in-game), you can access a book which grants you every solution.
As I've already said with Creaks, this is better than having to search for a whole walkthrough just to get unstuck. This shows that difficulty is yet again not this game's main focus, and I'm fine with it. I wouldn't appreciate it the same way, as it's intended to be really immersive and relaxing.
Other than that, puzzles were fun and engaging, always coming off as original rather than frustrating. Except for the termites' egg one, with the switches. Good luck figuring that one out without a solution.
Floex, again
Creaks elevated its quality with its score provided by Hidden Orchestra. Here, the music is no different. Floex has created these unique sensations with an excellent composition, ambient vibes and tunes which are beyond original. I may be biased, since it's an interesting genre for me, but I'm sure anyone who plays Amanita titles enjoys the musical component as much as everything else.
Masterfully made.
Brief but concise feelings
As always, my aim isn't to describe every aspect, rather than explaining what I've felt about the game and what really did stick with me.
This is a staple of point and click adventures and I couldn't recommend it more, as it deserves every penny. The last thing I'm going to say is that it's best played with some good headphones.
It really shines.
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Review from Steam

The biggest, longest and most difficult chapter of the saga!