What Lilly sees is about to change her life forever.... Help our heroine through a variety of enchanting environments brimming with magic and wonder, as she seeks to rewrite the past, change the present, and unlock the ultimate mystery. Geeta Games presents an animated point-and-click adventure for all ages: Lilly Looking Through.
Análises de usuários: Ligeiramente positivas (495 análises) - 78% das 495 análises de usuários deste jogo são positivas.
Data de lançamento: 1/nov/2013

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“This gentle and heartwarming puzzle/adventure game is well worth playing”
8/10 – Destructoid

“Few games pass the time more pleasantly than Lilly”
Indie Game Magazine

“Lilly Looking Through is simply a beautiful game ... If you like the idea of spending a relaxed afternoon experiencing a magical, funny, and gently challenging game, then here we have a little gem that’s absolutely worth your time and money”
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What Lilly sees is about to change her life forever....
Help our heroine through a variety of enchanting environments brimming with magic and wonder, as she seeks to rewrite the past, change the present, and unlock the ultimate mystery. Geeta Games presents an animated point-and-click adventure for all ages:
Lilly Looking Through.

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7 de 7 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
3.8 hrs registradas
Publicada: 18 de agosto de 2015
O adventure Lilly Looking Through tem um grande defeito: é incrivelmente curto. Com apenas dez cenários, ele termina de forma abrupta com a promessa de novas aventuras. Promessa essa jamais cumprida dois anos depois de seu lançamento. A desenvolvedora Geeta Games não dá um sinal de vida desde o ano passado. Para todos os efeitos, a odisseia de Lilly termina quando parecia estar justamente começando. Um "Part I" no título ajudaria um bocado a reduzir as expectativas.

Mas se esse é o maior defeito do jogo, é porque sua jornada foi deliciosa. Trazendo gráficos encantadores e uma trilha sonora exuberante, Lilly Looking Through é um conto de fadas, sem fadas, sem palavras, monstros ou cavaleiros errantes. Apenas o puro prazer do deslumbre e o desafio de seus enigmas.

Na trama, controlamos a menina que dá título ao jogo, em sua "jornada do herói" para resgatar o irmão, misteriosamente raptado por um pedaço de pano vermelho esvoaçante. A princípio, pode-se imaginar nuvens sombrias no seu caminho, mas o jogo não tem qualquer pretensão de assustar, mas sim enlaçar seu jogador e conduzi-lo por paisagens lindamente ilustradas. A animação da pequena Lilly é outro espetáculo a parte, ainda que a própria natureza de alguns puzzles nos obriguem a repetir determinadas animações a ponto de quase enjoar.

Os enigmas não são intuitivos. Há muita coisa aqui que meu filho e eu precisamos resolver na base da tentativa e erro antes de identificar o padrão lógico do que era pedido. Em termos de dificuldade, colocaria o jogo no mesmo patamar de Machinarium. Pode-se dizer que Lilly Looking Through responde àquela pergunta: o que aconteceria se a Amanita fizesse um jogo para a Disney? Em outros momentos, porém, meu filho de 8 anos conseguiu decifrar sozinho.

O grande artifício do jogo são os óculos através dos quais Lilly olha. Com eles, é possível ver como foi o passado de determinado ambiente e modificá-lo, gerando consequências para o futuro e se tornando peça fundamental para a resolução de vários puzzles.

Lilly Looking Through termina com mais perguntas do que respostas e um gosto de "quero mais". De seus personagens, de seu estranho mundo e até mesmo dos enigmas.

Originalmente publicado em: http://blog.retinadesgastada.com.br/2015/08/jogando-lilly-looking-through.html#ixzz3jCIf8kH6
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1 de 1 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
2.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 20 de agosto de 2015
Jogo é bem bonitinho. Tem certas horas bem deprê. A jogabilidade é bem simples, é quase um filme que vc vai clicando pra saber qual a proxima cena.
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1 de 1 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
6.0 hrs registradas
Publicada: 11 de setembro de 2015
I would suggest avoiding this game. While it does have most of the gameplay that you need from a standard point & click adventure game, it is missing a few things.

I feel as if the story is somewhat lacking. It is very short, and from what I can tell you are a sister looking for her brother who somehow got carried away on a banner of some kind. Then you end up being able to travel through time, see ghosts, and then end up on some wierd cloudy island. I really have no idea what is going on.

The graphics are not great. The background are very nice, but the character models seem somewhat disjointed to it. I don't really feel they match the style of the backgrounds. This coupled with some severe framerate issues which made the game feel very sluggish made it a bit hard to play. Especially when you have to move very far around a scene.

The music and sound design on the other hand was very nice. As were the puzzles. I suppose with a bit of a re-think this game could be very good, but in it's current form it is not worth playing.
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Publicada: 18 de dezembro de 2015
TLDR: I would recommend you play this game when it goes on sale. It is not worth paying $10.

This game is short AF. I would reccomend this game because it is an interesting point-and-click adventure. It has nice graphics and I love the googles versus no goggles mechanics. If you are interested in simple, short, point-and-click adventure, this is the game for you.HOWEVER, the number one downside of this game is that the story seems UNFINISHED. I won't spoil it for you, but there are a lot of plot holes that will leave you feeling unsatisifed.
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3.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 12 de outubro de 2015
Lilly Looking Through is a point and click adventure game. You click on spots to move and items to interact. Pretty basic stuff. Everything you can click on is clear when you're in range because once you hover over it your cursor will change. The draw here is the art and the mystery. You get drawn in initially because you're just thrown into the world and start looking around at what to do and what effects your actions have on the world around you. You use these interactions to progress through the game. Also, part way through you get these goggles that switch between two versions of the world. It's a nice little twist. The art is pretty and some of the puzzles are neat. However, this game has a lot of issues.

For one, everything is very slow. The animations are interesting, but once you've seen it once you get the idea. So if you leave the game and start an area over or just have to run through a cycle of tasks to solve a puzzle, you'll be seeing the same slow animations a lot. The interface is also a bit vague. Some of the puzzles are confusing and... while I get that's the point, some of them want you to use colors as part of the problem solving which is hard for those who have issues differentiating colors... such as myself. While I didn't bother finishing the game, there was only one more section for me to do, and from the videos and posts I've seen... the game just kind of ends. So you'd better enjoy the art, the puzzles, and the mystery because there's not much of a story here at all. Plus, it's rather short, only about two to three hours long.

I know I didn't finish the game, but it just got too tedious for me. I entered into a giveaway for the game because... well... my last name is Lilly. So I got it for free. And honestly, it's not necessarily a genre I'm super fond of. I guess I might be being a bit harsh on it, but I can't recommend it for a simple reason... value. This game costs 10 bucks full price, but only last about 2 hours. While you might enjoy the experience, unless it really speaks to you on a deeper level, it's not really worth the price tag. Maybe look for a trade or a sale but... I really can't recommend it as is. I just didn't find enough enjoyment here to recommend it to anyone else. Lilly Looking Through gets a 3 out of 10 for having some redeeming qualities, but ultimately falling short of its potential.
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