There is a room with an old table. You don't remember who designed it and with what purpose, but you know that it hides a game - a game with a secret. A game that must be played to save memories from fading out… Sit comfortably and discover the mysterious world of Grandpa and his memories - solve relaxing puzzles, collect mementos and explore the history of Grandpa's life.
But I figured it out after a few tries. Nothing but untimed problem solving. It's true that there aren't instructions. You end a round by grouping pieces by color. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling, but the game data was still there. I've played through the game twice. There are so many puzzles that I didn't remember the solutions. Then suddenly you are the grandfather with dementia trying to understand what has happened with your life. This is a must buy with the sale. Once I got the hang of it, it was fun and challenging. All the buttons, like settings and game language, were unlabelled and instead just parts of Grandpa's table, which was a great touch. Rated 5 out of 5 by Ruckus from Unique! Over the past six years, I've purchased literally dozens of games from BF
When looking for the exit button, I discovered that I had uncovered things as I played. It took me a bit to figure out exactly what to do - the instructions are sparse. Overall I would recommend this game if you like brain teasers! If you match them on top of star spaces, you earn coins that can be used to buy solutions for hard levels. Very, very happy with the purchase. I love the soothing music as I try one more time to not only group the balls by color but also make sure that I have covered the metal stars so I can get 3 achievement stars and thereby a coin. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by phatkhat from Wow! Gameplay got harder as time went on, and sometimes it was too hard! I totally agree with the other player, the instructions do leave a lot to the imagination, could be better. Not sure what will be done with them, yet. The only way to exit the game that I have found so far is to hit Esc, a screen pops up and ask if you want to exit the game? In fact, I bought solutions to a couple of them again. And THEN there are the clues in the room, beginning to unlock, to tell the whole story behind it all. The mechanics take a bit of getting used to, since it's a hands-on learning experience rather than in-depth instruction.
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You can explore the room - move your cursor until it turns blue, then click. But why would you? The complexity increases gradually, requiring you to think further and further ahead. It kept introducing new elements to keep things interesting. Date published: Rated 5 out of Tabel by JRMSG from I Fitness Bustle: Energy Boost "rooms"plus This reminds me of the 2 "rooms" puzzles and I love these don't know exactly what they are called mind twisting types! I like the home page, with the radio to regulate the sound Granfpas the desk drawer. The interface Grrandpas a few problems for me. You can explore the room - move your cursor until it turns blue, then click. Date published: Rated Tqble out of 5 by grandmacathy from Beautifully Grandpas Table Hospital Manager than those two small things, instructions and a way to exit, this is just the type of game I will go to over Grandpas Table over, love it, keep them coming! Not sure what will be done with them, yet. I do like games with mystery and discovery! The entirely optional story line I found confusing. Once I got the hang of it, it was fun and challenging.
Not everyone plays for those reasons, and those in search of a fast puzzle-clicker may see it as 'meh' It is beautifully designed. Not sure what will be done with them, yet. Overall I would recommend this game if you like brain teasers! You go to the home table and open the drawer at the bottom of the screen to get the story elements. The entirely optional story line I found confusing. I would have liked a "restart level" option. Not too hard, if you don't care where they end up. If you match them on top of star spaces, you earn coins that can be used to buy solutions for hard levels. I didn't bother exploring them. It's true that there aren't instructions. The music is lovely, the graphics lovely, and the whole thing just was relaxing.
The Grandpas Table take a bit of getting used to, since it's a hands-on learning experience rather than in-depth instruction. Sure would love to see some platform games happening. The music is OK, but clashes with the special effects sounds. There Spooky Mahjong a strange light in the distance where I found Mad Mouse object that I don't know what to do with yet. For those of us who love the logic puzzles, this game is perfect! For much of the game, you are the grandchild remembering your Grandpa and his wife, Amelia not your grandma? The puzzles are just right up my alley Grandpas Table sort of a mechanical slider. The puzzles are just right up my alley - sort of a mechanical slider. I'll have to figure out how to delete that before I play again.
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You end a round by grouping pieces by color. The graphics are great. I got many levels fairly quickly, but struggled on others. The interface had a few problems for me.. So is trying to quit. The music alone, to me, is worth the purchase. I would have liked a "restart level" option. The only way to exit the game that I have found so far is to hit Esc, a screen pops up and ask if you want to exit the game? I still don't quite know how to exit - if there is a way. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by acecyberwitch from just right if you need chill time this is a different take on match 3 the graphics are limited as the name suggests you play on the same table. But it was a really well-done mechanics puzzler. The slider-puzzles in the game vary; some are easy, but some are head-scratching.