With a set built entirely out of paper and cardboard, and sumptuously filmed, Lume is a game with a style unlike any other.
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Data de lançamento: 9/mai/2011

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"Undoubtedly one of the most unique-looking games around."
– Eurogamer
"The best of point and click gaming... amazing visual presentation."
– Jay is Games
"Wow! The effect is breathtaking."
– Rock, Paper, Shotgun
"Charming to the extreme."
– Games ™
"A rare treat."
– Bit-Gamer

Sobre este jogo

Lume: An illuminating puzzle adventure!
With a set built entirely out of paper and cardboard, and sumptuously filmed, Lume is a game with a style unlike any other.
Power to your grandad’s house has failed. What’s more, he’s nowhere to be seen. Immerse yourself in Lume’s photoreal world, solve perplexing paper puzzles to help restore the power, and uncover a deeper mystery behind the blackout.
This game forms Part 1 of a larger, ongoing story.

Requisitos de sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Processor: 1.8 Ghz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 25 MB available hard drive space
    • Video Card: 800 x 600 minimum screen resolution
    • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later.
    • Processor: 1Ghz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 25 MB available hard drive space
    • Video Card: 800 x 600 minimum screen resolution
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Golmoza
( 0.7 horas registradas )
Publicada: 25 de junho
I would only recommend this game if you can get it for free of maybe a few cents. Its so short, you can hardly call it a game at all. Looks pretty though.
Avamander
( 0.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 21 de maio
TL;DR: Way too short, puzzles are fustrating and incomplete. Not worth the money. I guess the sequel is better but this "demo" did not make me want to buy it. (If you look at the played time, then don't, I completed the game HumbleBundle version)
[OG] Carthage
( 0.9 horas registradas )
Publicada: 15 de maio
Alright, let's talk a little bit about Lume. To give a short answer: do I recommend that you purchase it? No - go pick up Lumino City instead. It's the fully fleshed-out version of what the developers were more-or-less experimenting with here. It's absolutely beautiful, and I would recommend it in a heartbeat. For most people, that's probably all you need to know. So go check out Lumino City.

If you're still reading, here's some slightly more in-depth thoughts. Lume is effectively an early experiment for what would become Lumino City. Here, State of Play got a good sense for how this "animating on top of a paper world" idea could work for a fully-fledged game. That being said, this is not that game. It is very short, there isn't much of a story developed, and some of the puzzles are not presented in a way that gives the player any clues as to how to find the solution. It is very much the little brother of Lumino City. It's clear that the team had dreams of larger environments and a bigger story, and some of the puzzles (the wiring and the music lock) were improved upon and included in the larger game. And of course, they used Lume to experiment with this fantastic art style. Basically, Lume serves as a historical artifact of how Lumino City evolved from an idea into the amazing game it is. So here's my recommendation: Go play Lumino City. If you enjoy it (and I think you will) and are interested in seeing how it came to be, pick up Lume when it's on sale for $1-2. But you have to come at it knowing that this isn't some astounding game, but a stepping stone towards one.
†Ʀip† Tela Azul
( 13.4 horas registradas )
Publicada: 12 de maio
Gravei um vídeo sobre a minha opinião:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwk8vkT55b4

Lume é um jogo fantástico e merece sua atenção, pois ele é feito de papel, papelão e cola. É isso mesmo que você acaba de ouvir, Lume foi criado com papel, papelão e cola, acredite se quiser!

Incrível não acha? Mas calma eu falei tudo isso e nem comecei falar nada!

Então vou resumir para você, em Lume você vai assumir o papel de uma linda garotinha que esta em busca de seu avô, ele deixou uma série de quebra cabeças espalhados pela casa, pois sabe que ela adora e seu objetivo é desvendar o quebra cabeça e encontrar seu vovô querido. Será que você é capaz de resolvê-los?

Bom agora chegou a hora mais esperada do vídeo, vale a pena comprar o jogo Lume na Steam?

Compatibilidade: Windows 10
Multiplayer: Não!
Tradução: Não! (somente em inglês)
Preço Médio: R$ 11,99
Preço Recorde: R$ 2,99

Considerando essas informações, o fato do jogo não possuir tradução, os quebras cabeças serem difíceis e ficam impossíveis para quem não manja de inglês, o jogo ser desenvolvido em Flash eu posso realmente te dizer que esse não é um jogo que vale a pena comprar.

Não desmerecendo o jogo, pelo contrário eu achei ele fantástico, fiz questão de mostrar todas suas qualidades, mas não é um jogo para nós brasileiros principalmente pelo fato dos quebra cabeças precisarem ter um entendido da língua do Tio Sam.

Mas se mesmo assim você quiser comprar, compre pelo menos na promoção!

▼ Comprar Lume na Steam ▼

http://store.steampowered.com/app/105100/
ColorOfYourEnergy
( 1.9 horas registradas )
Publicada: 1 de maio
Very lovely visuals and mellow music, Lume produced interesting puzzles that created some challenges. The only feedback on what made it unsatifactory was that it was so short. But I look forward to playing it's sequal. I do not regret buying this game because I enjoyed the artwork and low level stress involved in playing it.
Robin Lionheart
( 1.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 20 de abril
Cute little Flash puzzle game that kept me occupied for half an hour. But since it doesn't have $6 worth of gameplay, I can't recommend it at that price.
SixthBlackWing
( 0.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 12 de abril
Overview
Sadistic in nature, by all means not even close to a puzzle, or adventuring game. I honestly can only think that the developer's face throughout making this game was one of a TROLLOLOLOL. I read through the guide after saying, "nope!!!"

What you'll need to complete this game without a guide:
-Huge amount of time
-Directional awareness in a circuitry trace diagram
-Simplicity when it's required
-Astute observation skill in observing the smallest clue PLEASE, tell me how someone is supposed to know #9 means 9 numbers instead of being included/excluded in the solving of the puzzle? It is true that the puzzle only requires 9 numbers, but why would you include #9 to further confuse your players? Of course after they tried the 1st set of numbers they would realise something was wrong, but they wouldn't know what went wrong and head directly into a guide

-Knowledge of Roman numerals I have no idea whether the crosses are religious ones, or X which is another roman numeral, but somehow it's supposed to be 3
-Knowlegde of geometric shapes count corners and indents [star is 10]
-Knowledge of the fact that 6 with a line above * is 9? No idea where that came from
-Knowledge of musical sheets
-Knowledge of musical notes
-Knowledge of mapping A5, A8, G8, G10, J10, G10, G8, F8 ... can't see the instructions on guide, so I don't know how hard this one is.
-Rest of game is then exploration and moving back and forth until completion.

Why?
-Short game with normal puzzles.
-Small area
-Not worth the money unless it's like 50¢ to $1 even better if it's in a humblebundle with games you actually want.
-No Clues
-Too much guide neccessity
-Sadistic puzzles that either require a huge amount of time to solve[or luck] with nearly no clues, or very subtle ones.
-No skipping of dialogue
-You require too much help where none is given, so naturally you look at guides.

Once finished with that puzzle and resolving to not look at the guide once again assuring yourself that it was merely a hard part...you encounter a second...more sadistic puzzle.

Spoilers:
The second puzzle, you'll be hitting yourself on because of how simple it was[Occam's razor], but the way the hint was given is complicated due to how various other things where written near the P.S. of the letter. I did realise that the letter did hold the key to solving opening the door, but was not sure how to translate them into numbers.

#2: Kicking yourself yet? AGA near the end of the letter is meant to be translated into numbers of the alphabet - 171

The third puzzle encounter was even more difficult than the second as it was keys with 2 different colors, silver and copper, with varying heights, indents and the fact that they're TOO IDENTICAL TO ONE ANOTHER.

#3 counting from the top middle silver short key, select key #3, #8, #14 ... no idea how anyone figured that out other than trial and error. 14 keys, 3 needed, so 364 Combinations...I dearly hope that someone DID NOT spend that much time solving this puzzle

Final Thoughts:
At this point...I thought, "No, not even worth my time and read through the guide." To which I confirmed my suspicious that the game was sadistically hard and not worth my time, whew.

This is my honest opinion...I own and play a plethora of puzzlers, HOGs and adventure games where there are varying degrees of difficult puzzles, but none approach the difficulty of this unfriendly and anti-player game where you're required to have fore-knowledge of varying degrees in substantially different fields that do not relate to one another. I consider that a bad game, indeed.

There is no sense of completion even if you have solved the hard puzzles on your own because of how long it took you to solve it, or you, like me, looked at a guide, which most would consider demoralising.

I feel developers of this game would then laugh at you because you didn't know something so, "simple."

^Read this twice before you think of commenting something idiotic and not worth engaging.
kamirose
( 2.0 horas registradas )
Publicada: 28 de março
Beautiful game aesthetically, but the puzzle difficulty very quickly becomes overly obtuse and difficult to decipher, to the point of not being rewarding.
mkpw
( 0.7 horas registradas )
Publicada: 2 de março
★☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆
Misunderstanding. It may look really tempting due to nice graphics. What's behind?
* A lot of frustration.
* Extremely short gameplay.
* You can count the number of locations on one hand.
* Very hard puzzle with no clear and interesting logic.
* Poor controls and irritating navigation.
* Poor resolution.
* Music gets annoying after five minutes.
dcrockerjr
( 1.3 horas registradas )
Publicada: 27 de fevereiro
tldr: it's meh even if you get it "free" in a bundle, your gaming dollars are better spent elsewhere.
+ for art style
- feels like a tech demo
- way overpriced for content
- few locations
- few puzzles
- puzzles are mostly the non-fun sort you will hit a walk-through for
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1.2 horas registradas
Publicada: 26 de julho de 2012
Um point-and-click com uma ótima trilha sonora e visual. Seu estilo de arte e alguns efeitos são muito bons.
Além de ser muito curto, e possuir um puzzle bem "impossível", o jogo, às vezes, peca em não ajudar em nada ao que se deve fazer, criando um pouco de frustração.

Tempo para concluir o jogo (Game Length): ±1 h 20 min

Arte: 4
Desafio: 4
Diversão: 2
Gameplay: 2.5
História: 3.5
Jogabilidade: 3
Trilha Sonora: 4
Geral: 2.5/5

Vontade de voltar a jogá-lo: nenhuma

Jogo obtido via: Indie Royale #7 - The Valentine's Bundle
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13.4 horas registradas
Publicada: 12 de maio
Gravei um vídeo sobre a minha opinião:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwk8vkT55b4

Lume é um jogo fantástico e merece sua atenção, pois ele é feito de papel, papelão e cola. É isso mesmo que você acaba de ouvir, Lume foi criado com papel, papelão e cola, acredite se quiser!

Incrível não acha? Mas calma eu falei tudo isso e nem comecei falar nada!

Então vou resumir para você, em Lume você vai assumir o papel de uma linda garotinha que esta em busca de seu avô, ele deixou uma série de quebra cabeças espalhados pela casa, pois sabe que ela adora e seu objetivo é desvendar o quebra cabeça e encontrar seu vovô querido. Será que você é capaz de resolvê-los?

Bom agora chegou a hora mais esperada do vídeo, vale a pena comprar o jogo Lume na Steam?

Compatibilidade: Windows 10
Multiplayer: Não!
Tradução: Não! (somente em inglês)
Preço Médio: R$ 11,99
Preço Recorde: R$ 2,99

Considerando essas informações, o fato do jogo não possuir tradução, os quebras cabeças serem difíceis e ficam impossíveis para quem não manja de inglês, o jogo ser desenvolvido em Flash eu posso realmente te dizer que esse não é um jogo que vale a pena comprar.

Não desmerecendo o jogo, pelo contrário eu achei ele fantástico, fiz questão de mostrar todas suas qualidades, mas não é um jogo para nós brasileiros principalmente pelo fato dos quebra cabeças precisarem ter um entendido da língua do Tio Sam.

Mas se mesmo assim você quiser comprar, compre pelo menos na promoção!

▼ Comprar Lume na Steam ▼

http://store.steampowered.com/app/105100/
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0.8 horas registradas
Publicada: 15 de novembro de 2014
Jogo simples e curto.
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Não recomendado
0.7 horas registradas
Publicada: 24 de dezembro de 2014
O que dizer sobre Lume? Eu gostei, mas ao mesmo tempo, o achei curto demais pelo valor ao qual está sendo pedido.

As dicas para resolver os puzzles no jogo são poucos, porém, os puzzles em si são medianos ou desafiadores demais, pode ser um pouco complicado para uma criança jogar, se for alguém mais maduro e aficionado, se sentirá desafiado.

Eu só direi que não recomendo pelo preço e por causa do novo game não vir como um bônus para este, ao menos eu não o recebi.

Caso o jogo esteja com 80% ou mais de desconto, compre-o, ele é curto e nesse desconto valeria a pena o passar de horas. No atual momento está a 50% e eu não acho justo (Entendo que deve ter sido trabalhoso fazê-lo, mas... eu esperava um pouco mais para valer o preço).
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0.8 horas registradas
Publicada: 31 de dezembro de 2014
Um pequeno jogo curto, primeira parte de uma historinha a ser continuada.
A história gira em torno da temática da autosificiência energética. O avô da personagem prnicipal, Lumi, está fora de casa quando ela chega e encontra pistas para resolver pequenos quebra-cabeças.
De jogabilidade extremamente simples, mas complexo em seu desafio, Lume é um jogo que atrai pela estética. Os cenários são feitos à mão com papel remetem às histórias infantis, e os movimentos de câmera dão um toque de beleza. Além disso, a trilha sonora é cativante e em nenhum momento é repetitiva.
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Não recomendado
2.3 horas registradas
Publicada: 29 de dezembro de 2013
Too short. I felt like I finished the introduction to a game, but not even a complete episode. It was fun and pretty while it lasted though.
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2.0 horas registradas
Publicada: 3 de dezembro de 2013
A short and sweet puzzle adventure game.

I enjoyed the unique looking visuals combined with cute music and confounding puzzles.
If you like similar games it won't disappoint, but since it's very (very, very) short I'd only buy it again if it was on sale.
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Não recomendado
0.8 horas registradas
Publicada: 17 de janeiro de 2014
This is a charming game, however there are a few issues that are a bit breaking and after seeing that it costs 6.99€ just makes me say DO NOT BUY IT. If you do find it in a bundle however (like I did) sure, get it.

Now it's time for an explanation. The game is cute and your character actually walks around "real" objects, as in, the scenes were filmed with a real camera and then blended into the game.

It's a point and click puzzle game and it isn't an easy one either. Which, again, in itself is fine.

The puzzles are usually either a bit easy to solve or at least to figure out what to do, but there's 1 of them that is really quite horribly difficult to even make sense out of it.

SPOILER about that "tip" for that puzzle, it's a page of a book with the "ONE" in "GRAMAPHONE" underlined, and a #9 on the corner of the page... what this supposedly means is, there's 9 numbers you need (for a locker with 3 digits, therefore 3 sets) and it starts with ONE, then you have to read the text and find either the actuall number like "fig. 2" being the "2" the second number you need, and then "three"... then there's a year, 1887, the "1" is the last number of the second set of numbers and "887" the last one.
The problem with this is, the game gives you NO CLUE what this book is related to or even what to look for, your character only says "A book grandpa's been reading, he wrote something on it" and that's it, you really need a guide or an epiphany to figure it out.

Lastly, and this is what made me say NO about buying this for 6,99€ is that the game... only lasted me a few minutes, seriously, there are like 5 different screens (not counting small camera transitions) and only a dozen of puzzles or so, it's a cute short "story" but it's not even an apetizer, sure, in the end it says "end of lume part 1", but it's a part where you pay 6,99€ to get.


TL;DR

- One of the puzzles is nearly impossible to solve on your own, and crucial to finish the game;
- Even if you get stuck a lot, you can beat the game in only a few minutes, not even 1 hour.


Would I recommend playing this game? Sure, it is a bit fun at most and challenging, you will probably need a guide for 1 or 2 puzzles though and it's an interesting new concept.

Would I recommend buying this game? No, unless you're either filthy rich, or get it with a bundle, seriously.


In terms of the overall game and enjoyability I give it a... maybe 8/10 (without my puzzle issue).
In terms of the price/quality ratio I give it a 1/10 just because it's visually pleasing and new.

Thanks for reading this (if anyone ever does).
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1.8 horas registradas
Publicada: 29 de novembro de 2015
I cannot recommend this game. There are insanely hard puzzles, so I had to use a guide for some puzzles, as the clues for them were confusing and frustrating, and I felt I was just wasting my time trying to solve them.

The game is not complete, as they state in the end (Lumino City is the complete game now, so this game is like a prequel to the main game), so I'd only try getting this if it' part of a bundle.

Pros:

- Cute graphics
- Some easy puzzles

Cons:

-Hard and confusing puzzles
- Annoying music
- Restricted to one place, with few scenes
- Incomplete
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1.9 horas registradas
Publicada: 12 de junho de 2014
I wasn't sure whether or not to recommend this game. In the end, I decided to recommend it. Why? Because even though it was extemely short, it was heaps of fun and quite challenging.

Pros:
- Visually pleasing - very nice art which looks like a lot of effort has been put into it.
- Unique puzzles.
- Pleasant music.
- Interesting and fun gameplay.

Cons
- Extemely short - felt more like a demo than an actual game.
- Overpriced - very expensive for what you get. Get it while it's on sale.

If you like point and click puzzle adventure games, I would recommend that you buy this. However, it is not worth it at full price, so I would say wait for it to go on sale. :)
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