When a little girl falls ill, she and her brother imagine a childlike world where they can escape their troubles. This world stars their stuffed bunny rabbit as he tries to find water for a dying flower.
The game is unique but, other than that, there’s not much to say about it. I like the creative telling of the storybook world, filled with wonder and possibilities. Meanwhile, we have the painful reality of a little girl having a terminal illness. The story itself has the style of an interactive picture book, with no words and only pictures to guide you.
Unfortunately, the game play does not live up to the design. It is your standard hidden object, with you having to locate certain items and use them to advance the story. Sometimes you have to play mini-games in order to advance the storyline. If you’re stuck, use a hint. Unfortunately, this game is so confusing that I found myself spamming the hint button more than once.
This game is unique, but that’s about it. I have no interest in buying the full version.