Amberial Dreams Preview (Steam Early Access)
For our Amberial Dreams Preview we Roll, bounce, and discover a new galaxy in an open-ended platformer for all skill levels, from relaxed to pure madness. Make your own levels in a rich editor, share them, and play with friends!
Amberial Dreams Preview Pros:
- Decent graphics.
- Download size.
- Steam achievements.
- Full controller support.
- Graphics settings – fullscreen, v-sync, and resolution.
- Accessibility settings – slow motion and Invincibility.
- Physics platformer gameplay.
- Opening tutorial section. It can be skipped.
- The game is you play as a ball and go around levels solving puzzles, using the physics and avoiding the many obstacles.
- Hand-drawn animated cutscenes.
- The main hub is huge and you are free to roam it, you can change avatars, select a level, interact with characters and replay cutscenes.
- Beautiful soothing soundtrack.
- A fully Voiced story plays as you go through the game.
- They are going for a magical atmosphere.
- Four avatars to choose from in the hub that changes the color of your sphere.
- Every level is timed with the best shown on top of the level in the hub.
- End of a level breakdown showing your time and Collectibles.
- Very simple controls.
- Online leaderboards for each level.
- You can replay levels.
- Handy restart button.
- The game gets quite addictive.
- Excellent shading and lighting work.
- Unlock new levels based on Collectibles and clearing time.
- Has a Journey and Pixel Junk Eden vibe.
- Collect Moons to unlock arcade cabinet games where you play different versions of the game from pinball to a side scroller where you avoid the obstacles that drop.
- The game can mix it up by having you collect yellow orbs to open up the door.
- The library houses your stats and death counter.
- Open up new areas within the hub to advance the story.
- As you progress the game will introduce new mechanics and will always open it up with a tutorial.
Amberial Dreams Preview Cons:
- The tutorial is very basic.
- Minimal graphics settings.
- The mouse cursor keeps popping up even when using the controller.
- Slow starter.
- Very hard when it comes to precise movements or tight spaces.
- No camera control to like zoom in and out.
- Takes a bit of getting used to.
- Cannot always skip or fast-forward cutscenes.
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