You awaken in the middle of the night, only to find that your precious teddybear has been stolen by some monster in cupboard, so you set on a journey with haste to find your teddy and bring it home, on the way you discover marvelous things, uncover secrets, find hidden paths and make new unexpected friends.
Finding teddy is a small, simple but cute adventure, point and click, puzzle game. It’s cleverly thought through, and while you at no point were stuck on a level without a clue how to get past it, the puzzles weren’t far too easy either, I think the devs did a good job balancing itSoundtrack
Finding Teddy has a nice little soundtrack, even though it is limited to only a few tracks, I feel like those tracks managed to create an inspiring mood and a lust for adventure, just a shame they didn’t take the time to create a larger library of music since they did so good with everything elseAchievements and whatnots
Aside from the main game content, and it’s limited world, this game had a lot of things to be done, and a lot of achievements to be gotten, compared to other games I think this game is fairly easy to be 100%’ed for anyone out there who might care, however to 100% this game may take several playthroughs (most people can do it in 2) as you randomly get in-game artwork while playing through the main story Controls and mechanics
As stated previously this game is a point and click game, meaning you will be using your mouse for basically anything in this game, one of the mechanics in this game (if you can call it that) that I found really cool, is the fact that it uses various small melodies to unlocks paths and whatnots, you basically get a sheet of paper with 26 nodes, all representing a letter, and throughout the game you get small hints on messages that you have to carry back and forth in order to solve puzzles. So if you are having trouble hearing nodes, you might have a hard time finishing this game
All in all I quite enjoyed this game, it took me about 3 hours to 100%, and then an extra hour for a last playthrough, it ran very smooth and lived up to my expectations, I give this an 8/10