LOVE – A puzzle box full of stories | Review PC

LOVE – A Puzzle Box Filled with Stories is a game developed and published by Rocketship Park, available on steam since October 21, 2020. It is a puzzle adventure that deals with a love story and everyday family issues. Read the review!

If you could change the past, how would you change the present?

After a short initial tutorial that will show us the controls and mechanics of the game, we can start our adventure. What we see is an apartment building similar to a Rubik’s cube and we’ll have the ability to switch the various changes made over time. We’ll have a book where the photos of the past and present will be inserted, in some we have to find the moments before and in others the present ones.

LOVE – A Puzzle Box Filled with Stories tells us through the puzzle-style photos the stories of each of the tenants who have lived in this apartment, accompanied by a simple and monotonous soundtrack. In some cases the experience becomes complex as the controls don’t always work at first in addition to being able to locate the events and consequently the puzzles become difficult to solve.

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LOVE – A Puzzle Box Filled with Stories at a glance

Basically LOVE – A Puzzle Box Filled with Stories is a narrative that combines two types of video game experience: diorama with puzzles inspired by point-and-click adventures.

The flaw as explained before are some controls that are difficult. The game is mostly in English, but nothing complicated and slightly high price considering that several languages are not supported and at first glance it is difficult to solve the puzzles. The price is around €9.75 and you can find it on Steam. Available for Nintendo Switch, Android, Microsoft Windows, macOS, Classic Mac OS. I hope my impressions can be of help to you, see you next time.

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Free digital copy of the game provided to us by the developer for review purposes, tested in the PC version.

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