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  • Summary: Might and Delight in collaboration with SPELKRAFT invites you to explore a world lush with colour and punctuated by the tranquil sounds of a melodic soundtrack. Welcome to the world of Pan-Pan! Pan-Pan is an open plain adventure that expands on the concept of environmental narrativeMight and Delight in collaboration with SPELKRAFT invites you to explore a world lush with colour and punctuated by the tranquil sounds of a melodic soundtrack. Welcome to the world of Pan-Pan! Pan-Pan is an open plain adventure that expands on the concept of environmental narrative storytelling with puzzle solving and exploration elements at its core. Set against a backdrop of soothing ambient sounds crafted by renowned sound composer Simon Viklund, your task is to fix your downed spaceship and begin the pilgrimage home. In a world littered with world shifting riddles and sprinkled with the memorable characters - how you solve these riddles is firmly in your hands. Expand
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  1. Sep 27, 2017
    80
    PAN-PAN is a lovely little game to get sucked into - oozing with charm and a handful of quirky characters to meet along the way. There's admittedly little replay value other than to re-explore the lush planet and solve the puzzles in a quicker, smoother manner, and while the environmental puzzles might range from frustratingly obtuse to organically wonderful, the planet rewards your time and exploration. Once the credits roll and after everything you've achieved, it will be almost impossible not to reflect positively on your short but sweet journey.
  2. Sep 29, 2017
    64
    It's cheap, it's charming and although short, may challenge you. If you are after something a little different, then you should give PAN PAN a look. In a growing library of indie titles, it's nice to have something a little different, even if only for a little while.
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  1. Aug 26, 2020
    9
    Pros: Adorable characters; peaceful atmosphere; rewarding puzzles. Cons: Needs hints when player gets stuck.
  2. Jul 24, 2019
    8
    Low cost, low-poly, low-key a super cute, enjoyable micro-world with enjoyable challenges. The game is told without any dialogue or text,Low cost, low-poly, low-key a super cute, enjoyable micro-world with enjoyable challenges. The game is told without any dialogue or text, aside from little verbal intonations, so you're left to figure out the world and controls on your own. The game is still friendly, giving you clear pop-up prompts whenever there's an object you can interact with, but there's still enough room to discover secrets and surprise mechanics.

    The goals aren't immediately obvious, and puzzles aren't always self-contained in one area. I was originally a little frustrated with the game before discovering I'd overlooked solutions that were obvious in hindsight. Overall I really enjoyed Pan-Pan and would highly recommend it if you want to spend an hour or two solving puzzles in an adorable atmosphere.
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  3. Jan 23, 2020
    7
    I enjoyed my time with this short, contained puzzle adventure. To other reviewers' points, you aren't given much context or information onI enjoyed my time with this short, contained puzzle adventure. To other reviewers' points, you aren't given much context or information on what to do next. This was frustrating, and I had to look online for a solution at one point. But once I started to get a hang of the puzzle elements, the rest of the game started to come together. Cute, poly-art as well! Expand
  4. Jan 18, 2020
    4
    really cute game that has some cool elements but there are just too many glaring issues (like how confusing it is to know what order to doreally cute game that has some cool elements but there are just too many glaring issues (like how confusing it is to know what order to do things in). It feels like this was made by a team that had some members who were super competent and some who had no idea what they were doing. Expand
  5. Aug 31, 2018
    3
    Man, I really wanted to like this game, it looked charming, fun, and beautiful, almost like a Pik-min inspired video game, but there's noMan, I really wanted to like this game, it looked charming, fun, and beautiful, almost like a Pik-min inspired video game, but there's no context or order. Nothing makes sense, and when I think I've figured it out something still seems to be wrong. I can't seem to get this game, but I hope others do, and I'd still recommend giving it a try. Expand
  6. Mar 6, 2018
    2
    Challenges are a task of time, not a task of intellect. Character design and spacial relationships in this game left me wanting.