Everything brings a feeling of warmth that at no time pretends to show the true obstacles in life, but rather wants to give an idealized image to make us smile while we carry out the different daily chores in our gray cubicle.
Alchemic Cutie is a sweet sim-RPG that, though lacking guidance, will have you hooked the moment you dive in. After encountering a few bugs, the game can be frustrating, but overall is still on my daily “to-play” list.
I don’t ever want to be frustrated or overwhelmed with a game like Alchemic Cutie, and I applaud the amount of content that’s available here, but it feels like this jar is jam-packed to the point where the glass is cracking. While other contemporaries offer a variety of activities that benefit your progression, there doesn’t seem to be any reason to carry on in Alchemic Cutie once you’ve beaten the story. Unless you really like that pink-coloured jelly with the bear ears and you want to keep them forever.
Alchemic Cutie is a relaxing RPG that relies too much on the patience of the player. I have reviewed similar games like Monster Harvest so I wasn’t expecting miracles. But demographically this is all over the place. The quests and simplicity seem to feel it was aimed at kids but the sheer tedious of waiting for something to happen will make many lose interest. There is only so much crap you can pick up before your soul starts slipping away.
SummaryOver 150 quests, unique side quests for different NPCs, jelly deliveries and even some weekly item delivery quests. There are up to 32 Jelly shapes and 32 different colors to mix up, allowing for some super adorable and unique jellies. Wholesome competitions for your Jellies happen on Wimba Island and will reward you with some awesome it...