Letter Tale is a game that looks great on paper (and in screenshots) but doesn’t quite live up to the same standard when it comes to gameplay. From the Gamezebo review, which scored it 3 out of 5 star:
Because levels are fairly short, you’ll typically have one large challenge—like chopping down a tree to form a bridge or feeding a warthog so he’ll move out of the way—and otherwise mostly a lot of walking and jumping. The lack of any sort of time limit or fail state—if Ari misses a jump or is spotted by a wolf sentry, he resets to his last safe location—creates a relaxed, stress-free exploration experience.
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Sega’s surreal but gorgeous-looking platformer Heroki has been in the works for years, but we should be seeing it “soon.”
The game sees you playing as Heroki, a boy with a propeller on his head, as he flies around trying to save the village of Levantia. You’ll traverse four worlds, fighting off enemies and completing mini-games, with the promise of around ten hours of gameplay to sink your teeth into.
Via Pocket Gamer