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The prequel to The Curious Elevator is just as delightfully whimsical and clever as the original. Charming aesthetic, funny and engaging world. These puzzles are longer and involve more steps than Elevator (no pun intended). Challenging but always fair: the one hint I took, I immediately facepalmed because it should have been obvious. Ridiculously affordable. I am now a Bluefish diehard fan.
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Bluefish Games … I think we can all agree they’re one of the most loved game making couples in the world! Which is why it it’s just so exciting when they make something new! Anna and Ace are back at it again with a wonderful prequel to The Curious Elevator of Mr. Hincks: The Curious Stairs of Mr. Hincks (shortened hereafter as The Curious Stairs). It’s a shorter sweet introduction to the world of Hincksyland – bright, colourful and absolutely charming.
The Curious Stairs of Mr. Hincks from Bluefish Games was a joy to play. It’s filled to the brim with good humour and a wonderfully light tone that’s refreshing to see.
There’s creativity abound and it was able to breathe new life into some tired puzzle formats.
This was another fantastic game from Bluefish and was a super fun followup to The Curious Elevator of Mr. Hincks. While many puzzle games are full of dark and mysterious intrigue, I love the bright and sunny approach that Bluefish has taken with their games. They’re really carving out their own whimsical niche in the industry and I love them for it.