$3 I wish I could trade for a key
Woodle Tree Adventure has catchy relaxing music. Artwork and models appealing to maybe the younger audiences or more oldschool gamers out there. The controls are easy to use and handle, making it comfortable and friendly to play.
The game lacks base and depth, there feels like there is hardly any objective as the game is mind numbingly boring and easy, taking you through 6 worlds with the same mechanics and mobs.
Although the music is really good, it is the same ~10 seconds of music looped over and over, without it changing through the levels, making a really repetative listening experience.
The story is about saving the world with water drops you collect on your adventures, however, this feels like a task that has very little reward and no feeling of satisfaction upon completion. In this world, very few mobs fight back and everything is a 1 hit kill. but when you touch these mobs, you die instantly and are sent back to the start of the level! Your progress isn't even reset, the mobs and items are still in the same place, you just have to run back to where you left off, which can be a very annoying task when your camera is glitched into the floor!
I hate to bash games with only wrong things about it, but I feel I summed up all the good things in the second sentence of this review.
It took me a total of 2 hours to fully complete the game and 20 minutes to speed run it.
I DO NOT RECOMMEND this game as it costs 3 dollars which could be spent on a better game such as the Binding of Isaac, in my opinion.