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  • Summary: Explore a woollen world where stuffed animals once lived in peace. Search for hidden secrets and customize your character with different animal shapes to solve puzzles. An epic adventure with two very unlikely heroes and a story narrated in rhyme.
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  1. Dec 30, 2019
    Woven is a sedate, easy to play, colorful, game that’s imaginative and pleasant to look at. However, it starts slowly and doesn’t get much faster, and it requires a healthy chill level on the player’s part.
  2. Dec 30, 2019
    Seemingly an innocent, cutesy and easygoing game, Woven offers lots of stuff to do, for the younger part of the gaming audience. Yet an eerie feeling may surprise a few of you veteran gamers out there. As the clunky animations and clumsy looking characters, seem almost intentional. Almost as if to promise a surprise in form of an animatronic Freddy, that seeks to catch you off guard.
  3. Dec 10, 2019
    It’s really too bad, because any game that looks this cute should be incredibly easy to love. That Woven isn’t — indeed, that it becomes fairly grating pretty quickly — is a sign of just how many other problems it has. No matter how adorable the game may look, looks clearly aren’t everything.
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  1. Jul 10, 2021
    Cute idea and an interesting world, but somehow didn't fully gel, so it's a bit tedious to play. I like the notion of needing to remakeCute idea and an interesting world, but somehow didn't fully gel, so it's a bit tedious to play. I like the notion of needing to remake yourself in order to have different skills, and (of course) collecting those skills/parts along the way. Simply moving around in this game gets tedious fairly quickly, and some of the actions (like jumping) are super tedious. Some of the puzzles are good and some of them don't feel logical, so it's annoying to try to figure out what you're supposed to do. Some of the 'gateways' to get through require overly precise positioning to work, so it can seem that you've tried something and it was the wrong idea, but after trying many other things, you try it again, and now it works. Super annoying. I also find the narration annoying. Sometimes because the spoken words can be ahead of the displayed words. Sometimes because when sort of nothing's going on, a phrase is spoken -- one from a relatively small set. These can warn of danger when there isn't any, which is annoying, but also get annoying because they get repetitive. And sometimes just because the forced rhymes of the unfolding story are, yeah, forced. I did finish the game, and I don't totally hate it, but it's not one I'd suggest to others or ever play again. Expand