Darkarta: A Broken Heart's QuestSometimes, we need a break from the usual games we play and we need to try something new something simpler and enjoyable. Darkarta: A Broken Heart’s Quest is that game for me, I wouldn’t have even known about this game if not for the developers reaching out to me on Twitter and asking me to review it.

So that being said let’s get the worst point out of the way first, and substantially the only thing I didn’t like about the game. The facial animations in Darkarta: A Broken Heart’s Quest will continue to give me nightmares well into the future, that’s it the faces on their characters are nightmare fuel. I want to assume that they used stretched images of pre-existing drawings but I’d have to speak to the designers and I’m lazy.

Darkarta: A Broken Heart’s Quest is a hidden object game put simply, it means you find hidden objects and solve puzzles scattered throughout the game to solve various puzzles and to advance the narrative. Something I feel they pulled off very well.find more hidden objects in Darkarta: A Broken Heart's Quest

It’s true some hidden object games don’t necessarily revolve around a plot, case, and point if you grew up in the ’90s as I did. Your mind would probably flashback to the computer labs we worked in as a child and all the games they had on them.

What sets Darkarta: A Broken Heart’s Quest apart from the rest is that they have added the means to increase the game’s ease of playing in doing so they can keep their narrative and all their gameplay features. They accomplish this by adding a hint meter that recharges as the game progresses and its speed can be changed based on the player(s) selected difficulty.

If you want to challenge yourself and are familiar with hidden object games and puzzle-solving you could set it to the highest setting and try to figure it out on your own or if you want an easier game set it low and get hits every fifteen or so seconds.Find the hidden objects in Darkarta: A Broken Heart's Quest

Darkarta brings back those old-school childhood memories of being in middle school and being in the computer lab playing a simple relaxing game. No excessive gore, no over-the-top violence, just something simple, and sometimes what we need is something simple to remind us. Even though the world has turned into a festering pile of manure there are still simple things that can be enjoyed.Listen to the random indian guy, he knows what's up

I’m trying to find more negative things to say about Darkarta but truthfully, I’m drawing a blank outside of the facial animation. It’s a fun game that you can challenge yourself with and just relax with the game is beautifully executed and you need to examine each area you’re in carefully so as not to overlook any clues to progress the narrative.

There are some people who will fail to take into account that you need to look at everything carefully to solve the puzzles and find the items you need. But even so, that is what the hint meter is for, to give you clues if you get stuck.

In short, Darkarta: A Broken Heart’s Quest is a simple, solid, well-made game and it’s helped me relax during these troubling times I would recommend it if you want something simple and fun, or just want to try a Hidden object game.

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