- Publisher: Carbon Fire Studio
- Release Date: Aug 14, 2020
- Also On: iPhone/iPad, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Step out of your conventional platforming habits and delve into the dynamic and rotating world of Linn, a modern puzzle platformer set in a fantastic and mysterious ancient world.
You are in control of Aban, an exotic guardian of nature, on her journey through a lost sky temple. Help AbanStep out of your conventional platforming habits and delve into the dynamic and rotating world of Linn, a modern puzzle platformer set in a fantastic and mysterious ancient world.
You are in control of Aban, an exotic guardian of nature, on her journey through a lost sky temple. Help Aban on her divine mission to rejuvenate the ancient Tree of Light. Levels consist of treacherous dynamic platforms that make you rethink every move before you press any button. Completing each level needs both timely reactions and logical thinking.… Expand
- Developer: Crescent Moon Games, Fanoos Games
- Genre(s): Adventure, General
- # of players: No Online Multiplayer
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Positive: 1 out of 3
Mixed: 1 out of 3
Negative: 1 out of 3
Aug 19, 2020Linn: Path of Orchards is a creative puzzle game with a beautiful fantasy setting and a unique approach to keeping you engaged with each level.
Aug 12, 2020The premise of Linn: Path of Orchards is simple: bounce across a series of moving platforms in order to reach the exit. Entirely playable on the Switch touchscreen, the gameplay lacks of precision sometimes and the overall experience seems a bit short as we can rush through the game in just a couple of hours. However, the optional objectives are quite challenging.
Aug 28, 2020Linn: Path of Orchards looks and sounds fine, but it's such a banal gameplay experience that we can't recommend it in good conscience. It's surprisingly slick, but said slickness is in service of a game that's simultaneously completely unfair and far too easy. Unclear rules, unpredictable deaths and unacceptable controls make this an easy skip. There's potential here, but it's just too flawed to flourish. A sequel that's built from the ground up for Switch could be something special, but for now, it's a reluctant thumbs-down from us.