¡Un juego de aventuras que hará estrujarte los sesos y te atrapará totalmente! La acción tiene lugar en un increíble lugar lleno de milagros, artilugios y elementos más allá de tu imaginación.
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12 de enero

Anniversary sale!!! And some minor bug fix:-)

Violett is celebrating its first year on Steam. Only this week you can buy it 90% off! Promotion starts today at 10:00 AM PST.

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7 de octubre de 2014

It's official - Violett have some bugs :-)

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“It has a bunch of strange and clever puzzles, and it resides in a bright and cheery world.”
70 – Game Over Online

“A visually stunning alternate world.”
70 – http://www.gamespot.com/reviews/violett-review/1900-6415618/

“An interesting adventure for fans of the genre.”
70 – http://www.3djuegos.com/juegos/analisis/18117/0/violett/

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¡Un juego de aventuras que hará estrujarte los sesos y te atrapará totalmente! La acción tiene lugar en un increíble lugar lleno de milagros, artilugios y elementos más allá de tu imaginación.

Una joven y rebelde adolescente con el sonoro nombre de Violetta se ve arrancada de los brazos de la civilización y obligada por sus padres a mudarse a un pueblo perdido. La pequeña urbanita, acostumbrada a la vida en la ciudad, no está demasiado contenta ante la perspectiva de pasar su juventud en medio de ninguna parte, lejos de sus amigos y diversiones. Ya se veía a sí misma sentada en su cuarto día tras día muriéndose de aburrimiento. No se puede ni imaginar que dentro de poco vivirá la aventura de su vida.

Sentada en su cama, se da cuenta de una luz que brilla desde una ratnera. Intrigada, se acerca, mete la mano y, en un instante se encuentra en un lugar totalmente distinto. Tan conocido y lejano al mismo tiempo. Tan bello como peligroso. En un lugar donde los sapos cantantando ópera no extrañan a nadie, donde los enanos de jardín son mensajeros de otras dimensiones y los poderes de los telequinéticos no despiertan asombro ni envidia. Y sólo su astucia y buena suerte le permitirán le permitirán librarse de este extraño mundo y regresar con sus padres.

Devánate los sesos en uno de los numerosos acertijos que encontrarás a tu paso. Utiliza la fuerza telequinética para mover objetos a distancia y librarte de más de un apuro. Vence a la malvada Araña que desea atraparte y hacer de tí un trofeo para su colección. Visita el bello y alocado mundo inspirado en Alicia en el País de las Maravillas y en las obras de Dalí. Déjate atrapar por la fantástica música que te acompaña a cada paso.

- Fantástica aventura gráfica creada en estilo 2,5D
- Un mundo único escondido en una “conejera”
- Un sinfín de acertijos que resolver
- Una atmósfera que te atrapará y alejará de la realidad
- Una Malvada Araña persiguiéndote a cada paso
- Superpoderes que te permiten manipular el mundo que te rodea
- Maravillosos dibujos creados a mano
- Un mundo de fantasía inspirado en Alicia en el País de las Maravillas y otras maravillosas obras

Requisitos del sistema

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Dual core from Intel or AMD at 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia 320M or higher, or Radeon 7000 or higher, or Intel HD 3000 or higher
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • OS: OSX 10
    • Processor: Intel Dual Core
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia 320M or higher, or Radeon 7000 or higher, or Intel HD 3000 or higher
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.4
    • Processor: 2 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGl 2.1 compatible
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Graphics: GeForce 8800
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A 2 de 2 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
7.1 h registradas
Publicado: 8 de diciembre de 2014
No tenía muchas esperanzas puestas en este juego al leer tanto análisis criticanto los puzzles. Pero me ha sorprendido gratamente. Los fondos y la ambientanción son preciosos y muy ricos, me ha recordado mucho a Los Mundos de Coraline. En cuanto a los puzzles hay algunos más fáciles que enseguida pillas lo que tienes que hacer y otros más rebuscados que necesitarás de las pistas que te ofrece el juego si no quieres estar mucho rato atascado en la misma habitación, pero a base de prueba y error, como siempre en esta clase de juegos, se sacan todos. A mi sí me ha gustado, es entretenido, aunque el punto flaco que le veo es que la historia de Violett es muy simple, nos limitamos simplemente a ir resolviendo puzzles para obtener poderes y así poder enfrentarnos al boss final. Sin más rodeos.

A quien le gusten las aventuras gráficas y este estilo tan "Coraline", ni lo dude en comprarlo cuando lo pille en oferta.
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Publicado: 21 de enero
Bonita estética y buenos puzles con los que comerse un rato la cabeza.
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Publicado: 28 de octubre de 2014
TLDR: poor puzzle design with no feedback, interface problems and mazelike hubworld that wastes your time makes Violett an uninteresting experience. Potentially serious bugs. Buy at your own risk.

Long version: You play as Violett, a young girl trapped in fantasy world trying to piece together an amulet to get home. The game starts quite promisingly with a nice cutscene and some excellent artwork. It really seemed like an interesting world to dive into and even if the heroine of the story was very silent it seemed like she would be given a lot of personality (like in Machinarium). I only played for about an hour and a half though (according to Steam) with a break inbetween, so don't take this as a review of the whole game.

The reason I quit was because there does not seem to be much beneath the surface. The interface is incredibly clunky and seems to be suffering from "I'm designed to work on a phone"ites. It is impossible to even guess what will happen when you click something and sometimes you have to click multiple times to get it to work. It is also hard to click precisely on something when several items are near. So thank you for the "Keep clicking pointless things" achievement game... I like being insulted by the games I play when I have a good reason to blame the game for the problems.

The absolutely biggest problem though is the lack of feedback though. You click on something and Violett shrugs... can she do nothing with it? Do I need I item to use on it? Do I need to click something else first? No clue. Hell, there are some items that you can drag and others that you can't. You better hope you realize when you can because otherwise nothing will happen... or as with the wheel in the caterpillar room, it will do something which means you won't realize you can move it unless you accidently drag it. Speaking of the caterpillar... he asks for a ring to give me the key. I give him a ring, he takes it. Nothing happens. Talk to him again, he still wants a ring? Was it the wrong ring, but he took it? Does he want two rings? Is it just a bug and I should restart from before I gave it to him? Not a clue.

Add in the mazelike hubworld that you have to run around to get to different places that is a complete waste of time and also have deadends... nah. A game needs goodwill for me not to be annoyed by timewasters like that, and Violett has none. I would not recommend buying or playing Violett. Maybe it gets better later on, but I doubt it and I will not try to find out.
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A 20 de 23 personas (87%) les ha sido útil este análisis
18.9 h registradas
Publicado: 5 de septiembre de 2014
After playing this game with my wife for almost 10 hours .This game is full of 'BUGS' both literally and figuratively.Many freeze ups for my wife on her PC . On my PC Im getting bugs and glitches keeping me from playing a game that should be a walk in park to a frustrating storyline.Pretty graphics semi easy puzzles make this a nice game if you are a fan of hidden object games. I bought it for $1.99 at 80% off so it was a great deal .Yes its worth the money and can be a nice game for younger gamers also .But the issues with the game itself might be a big drawback.
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A 20 de 26 personas (77%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 8 de octubre de 2014
This game looked very pretty, but there is not enough logic in the puzzles, so there seems to be no way to figure out the solutions without an unbounded amount of random clicking. A good point-and-click game will present a consistent and logical universe, where you can understand how the parts interact, and figure out how to use the available tools to solve the puzzles. This game didn't do that. Even once we solved some of the puzzles, we weren't left thinking "Oh, that makes sense!" but rather "How were we supposed to guess *that*?"

(My 6-year-old agrees, and quickly lost interest.)
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A 9 de 11 personas (82%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 22 de diciembre de 2014
To start off, this game has huge potential.
Hidden objects everywhere, secrets, puzzles, (beautiful graphics) it makes my head spin.
Sure, there's some clipping, and some things just seem out of the blue annoying, but honestly, at the point the game is at, the faults are made up for.
Really, the one thing that bothers me about this game is that I needed a guide so much.
A lot of the times you're thrown into a scene and have to do something, find something, or make something happen, but you aren't really given anywhere to start.
On occasion, when I'd get stuck, I'd go to every room and click all around the screen because that's the only way you'd find out if you'd missed anything.
But, for a game that was just starting to get on it's feet when I got it, it shocked the heck outta me.
To put it plainly, it was captivating.
I just HAD to solve the next puzzle, HAD to get to the next room, HAD to remove whatever got in my way.
And that leads me to my next peeve about this game.
It's a "burn out" game, and by that I mean you play it until you wear out, and don't go back for a while, then play it again until you burn out again... and the cycle repeats.
If that still makes no sense, I mean it holds my attention until I exit the game.
Once you're out of it... it just doesn't seem welcoming.
Nonetheless, I'm sure they'd updated plenty of things since I last played, which was about an eon ago, so maybe things are slightly different.
I, also, still highly reccomend this game, because, hey, every game has its perks and erks.
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A 4 de 4 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 8 de diciembre de 2014
Violett is a challenge. Not necessarily because the puzzles are extremely hard or because the game play is terrible. Simply because it's a point and click puzzle game and they tend to come with their own brand of problems.

That said, I found Violett enjoyable. (For the record, if you don't like point and clicks, don't play this. It will drive you up the wall. I've seen a few reviews by people who said they don't usually play point and clicks, so why on earth did they play this?)

There are a few bugs to the game:
*The cursor doesn't always seem line up with what I'm trying to click on, some times there are more technical bugs (I personally didn't run into any, but there are reports).
*Some of the puzzles don't make the most sense.
*There are a few plot holes (the Diary is referred to as Uncle's diary. Is it her Uncle? Is that why her family moved there when she is clearly more a city girl?)
*Achievements aren't always rewarded as advertised (I got Sherlock Holmes in a game that I used hints but have still yet to be granted Supercharged...)

The game feels like it was designed for a touch screen. The recommended setting is for a swipe setting, which doesn't always translate to mouse movement well. Which, thinking about it, is probably why the mouse cursor doesn't always line up right. A finger working as the cursor would have a much larger interaction than the mouse cursor. I definitely had the sense in the beginning of "What the hell am I suppose to be doing?" It's hard to determine what's interactable environment and what's not.

On the other hand, the music is delightful and subtle. The puzzles aren't repetative, which is a frequent problem I have in point and clicks. Once you figure out the quirks of the game, they're fairly consistant over the entire game. The Diary has wonderful insights in to the world you're running around in and I'd really love to see more of this, maybe in a sequel? (Seriously though, I'm never going to look at garden gnomes the same.) I'll fully admit, I don't mind replaying the game over and over, trying to get the achievements (I'm at run through #4 now, trying to get Supercharged).

So, while not my most favorite "OMFG you have to play this" game, it's definitely been a delightful little game and I've enjoyed working on it.
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A 5 de 6 personas (83%) les ha sido útil este análisis
4.8 h registradas
Publicado: 12 de noviembre de 2014
I really enjoyed this, a great puzzle game. Some of the puzzles are genuinely challenging to figure out, so that was fun. I probably relied a bit too much on guides instead of toughing it out, and the final boss fight is a little dodgy but the game as a whole is really cool.

I really liked the bizarre setting, it was lots of fun, and the music is *amazing*. Definitely recommend.
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Publicado: 5 de noviembre de 2014
This game needs a lot of work. With multiple grammar issues in the diary pages, a lackluster storyline, unworkable controls, and several disruptive bugs, Violett is certainly a game that needs vast improvement. However, It shows potential and eventually can grow to the level of other memorable point-and-click adventure games. I would not recommend buying this game at the stage it is in right now, but in the future (after plenty of updates) this game could be a good experience. It's just not worth the money at this point in time.
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A 3 de 3 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 14 de diciembre de 2014
I'm torn about recommending this game or not. There were some control/command issues that I found which made gameplay irritating in many places....including the boss fight. The plot lead in and ending could have been better, but the adventures during gameplay were interesting enough to keep me slogging through the control issues. I did love the artwork and animation. The solitary cut-scene was kind of random, but it's skippable. I finished the game with about 12 hours of game-play. It kept me entertained while I was sick.

That being said, I know the developers have recently mentioned finding bugs and working to fix said bugs. Patches have been rolled out etc. I'm certain with more time they will be able to smooth out the control issues, particularly if people are willing to let them know about them.

I think I'm going to go ahead and be optimistic that more debugging in the future will help the game and go ahead and recommend it to others. But with a warning: if you are easily frustrated with buggy controls, don't bother until more debugging's been done. Currently I give it a 4 out of 10, but it has the potential to be much better with further debugging.
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A 3 de 3 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado: 6 de septiembre de 2014
I recommend Violett but I have to do so with a few caveats:

1. While it has an inventory system and a few inventory based puzzles, its puzzle style is more in line with hidden object games, especially when you are motivated to find a number of hidden orbs scattered throughout the game's many beautiful landscapes.

2. Imagine you went to Wonderland and couldn't speak the language, nor could you find any ready guides to understand how things worked. This is also what playing Violett is like, for better or worse.

3. The final boss battle, not found in the game's original release, frustrated me greatly. I guess they wanted to have some climax beyond "walk right to win", but I think they could have done a better job. The fight does tie back into why you are collecting all of the orbs you find at least. What could have been a clever manipulation of the environment with your powers turns into a quick and dirty clickfest.

That said, I loved Violett's aesthetics. It is a game world full of whimsey and the journal pages you can discover help flesh out the madcap world around you. The puzzles for the most part are fetch quests or isolated one screen puzzles that involve keen environment manipulation. While the fetch quest elements are not too bad, with characters stating in picture word bubble form what they need, figuring out the more obscure puzzles were frustrating but nothing on the level of Sierra classics. Even then, that chimney puzzle will haunt me forever for not making one lick of sense to me. A hotspot indicator would have been nice, at least for interactable elements while leaving the hidden orbs alone. Instead of voice acting the characters all speak in animated gibberish; the music is lovely and fits the world well. By the end I was addicted to the delightful chimes you receive when you collect a new orb.

Hard to recommend at $10; would recommend it more for fans of hidden object games than traditional adventures, but still worth a pretty few hours of your time.
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Publicado: 9 de septiembre de 2014
This took me under 6 hours to complete with barely any hint helper. Very cool design. Reminds me alot of Alice in Wonderland. The diary pages added a nice touch of exposition and the puzzles were fun to solve. My only issue with the game is the ending. The Boss had little to no build-up, I didn't know why I needed to kill her, and the "powers" I gained along the way weren't really for fighting. Besides the ending, a nice game to spend a few afternoons fiddling with.
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To preface: I encountered zero bugged areas, quest issues, broken achievements, crashes, screen blips, or hangups while playing this on Win 7 64-bit, so the devs most likely tackled all or most of the issues people have been complaining about up till now (Jan 2015). That said, don't let the bug complaints in other reviews deter you.

Violett. Admittedly, this is a tough one. I adored the music, the art style (the 2.5D in-game, not the 2D intro/ending), the colorful characters, the bug world, and the goals. I'm a fan of puzzle games and "collect-them-all" type of scavenger hunts, and I rarely have difficulty completing them on my own.

However I simply could not complete Violett without a walkthrough. Many of the puzzles are ridiculously convoluted, and that's aside from the main 4 required for the Brain Overload achievement. The roof elevator puzzle alone nearly made me weep and ragequit.

Even "simpler" puzzles are not at all intuitive. They could take hours of trial and error, especially:
- If you miss a necessary item that you can only get in another scene (but you aren't told where);
- If you move to one side of the screen, the scene elements can block the very thing you need to click on (e.g. the Kitchen & Garçon de cuisine achievement, or any number of orbs that are hidden from certain angles);
- Any instance of "nope, can't have this/get there till you do this/find that/give this character X number of these";
- If you don't figure out the specific puzzle mechanics or "logic", which are rarely or never explained.

I'm not saying games should hold your hand through puzzles. That wouldn't present any challenge. But when the clues and/or a solution to a puzzle are so COMPLETELY off-the-wall and nothing you'd even think to try without tripping over it accidentally -- that's just bad foresight in the puzzle design itself.

And then there are the doors. Oh god, the doors. Go in here, come out there. Go back in the same way, come out on a different level. Rinse, repeat. It's like a damn Benny Hill hallway chase scene, except you're the only one running around like a loon. Oh, and even worse, if you pull a lever/push a button in those scenes, every route changes and you have to figure it all out again. *facepalm*

I do wish the characters had a bit more interesting/interactive elements instead of just being part of the scene or spouting chimpmunk-speed gibberish (sounded like Russian at some points) along with a single picture bubble as a "clue", but that limitation didn't really take away from [mostly] understanding what they wanted from you.

You WILL need a guide if you're going for the Supercharged achievement to collect all the orbs. Some of them are so hidden away it's like the devs don't want you to find things unless you click every spot on the screen. At least there aren't any click penalties, cuz man, would I be in trouble.

So why do I recommend the game?

Aside from the frustrations of the puzzles, I would still say Violett is a unique and fun experience. I didn't really mind using a text or video walkthrough for some most parts, because I could look past that and enjoy other aspects of the game, like the art, character design, "2.5D" level design, and silly Alice-like atmosphere. If you have no issues with "reading the directions" and then just enjoying it while you follow them, you may get the same level of enjoyment out of Violett that I did.

It's not a masterpiece by any definition, but even after a complete playthrough my mind drifts back to Violett's bug world now and again, and in that sense I would say the game is pleasantly unforgettable.

I wouldn't get it at full price (mainly because the insane puzzle designs waste far more playtime than they should), but when it's on sale (especially for .99 cents), you should consider giving it a shot.
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Publicado: 18 de enero
Violett is great puzzle game with charming fantasy graphics and beautifull sountrack. It kinda reminds me Coraline game but it's not plagiarism, it has it's own style, plot and game play style. The gfx isn't demanding, so medium box can handle it but still it looks really impresive. For that kind of money it is definitely worth to buy.
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Publicado: 9 de septiembre de 2014
this game has nice graphics. the puzzles lol are puzzling. and the lanquage that they speaks take a while to get used to. I do like. but i have to take a break from time to time to try to understand the puzzle. the clues at times leave u clueless.
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Publicado: 23 de noviembre de 2014
Generic, but enjoyable mix of Alice in Wonderland and Coraline. Quite decent amount of gameplay that reminds of old point-and-click adventures. As usual, some puzzles don't make sense, but it's easy enough to solve them with some luck. User interface made for touch screens can be annoying at times when playing with a mouse.
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Publicado: 16 de enero
if you like point and click games, add this to your game collection. game is 6-7 hours long using a walkthrough. if you are going for 100% completion, use a guide - there's a lot of hidden items in the game which makes up most of the achievements. i did encounter some bugs but after exiting the room it is back to normal.
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Point and click games generally have three factors that determine its quality: story, art style, and puzzles.

This game has a rather simplistic straightforward story, so don't expect any plot twists, internal conflicts, or multiple endings. In addition, even though the story is largely derivative of Lewis Caroll's Alice in Wonderland, the diary pages do provide some interesting and amusing backstory to the characters that you meet along the way.

In terms of art style, Violett has some very pleasing hand painted 2D background art and the 3D models are not too shabby either. Also, don't fret about turning this game's graphical quality up to the highest. It barely causes the fan of my low end graphics card to spin faster.

Finally, the puzzles and challenges of this game aren't too difficult provided that one has a keen eye in spotting patterns and hidden clues. Also, the game has a hint system for those that are stuck on a particular puzzle. Of course, if you choose to use it you won't qualify for certain achievements.

Overall, this is a point and click game is with an emphasis on puzzles and challenges. If one is looking for something akin to the Deponia series or The Longest Journey, then one isn't going to find it here in this game.
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Publicado: 11 de noviembre de 2014
Great game. takes you away from this world for couple of hours, and the alternate world is quite nice.
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Fun to play. Cartoony character and environment.
I say go for it, it is fun, but wait for a sale.

It is fun to play and find the hidden objects. The story is original.
I loved the game at first but at some point it got frustrating.

Its' down sides :
- It is not always easy to figure out what to do or where to go.
I had to use a lot of my hints to figure out what they wanted me to do.

- You also have to find all the 3 color balls that are hidden in every nook ans cranny of every section, and it is important to get the most as possible, because you need them to beat the last boss.
***I found that out at the beginning, because I accidentally clicked on one of them and then started to see them everywhere and decided to collect them, but had no idea why!

- The explanation on how to defeat the boss is very vague and I didn't understand it, I had to go watch a walk-through to finally understand it.
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