App Army Assemble: Inked – Does this beautiful puzzler’s story draw you in?

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Inked is a gorgeous puzzler with a pen and ink art style. It follows a ronin referred to simply as The Nameless One as he searches for his lost love, Aiko. The visuals are certain to catch most people’s attention but beautiful graphics don’t always make for an excellent game, so handed Inked over to our App Army to see if the puzzles are on par with the aesthetic.
Here’s what they said:
A very pretty and engaging game. The hand-drawn art style is one thing that keeps you playing, and the simple, yet elegant puzzles, are the other. Virtual joysticks, for me, never work well. They are clunky and inaccurate. Inked fortunately takes on a point and click method which is much more suited to the touch screen. The way you interact with the puzzles has been well thought out so that the controls don’t become a frustration here. A nice little puzzle game that I would highly recommend.
Oh boy, this game had me drooling over the beautiful graphics which are hand-drawn and look fantastic with the smooth animations. The controls were simple as just tap to move and interact with any objects. The puzzles were simple enough to do and a bit challenging as we progress through the whole game but not frustrating. The story is good and keeps you intact in what’s going on. There are pictures that are scattered throughout the chapter which I believe are pretty hard to find. My main problem with it was my phone heated up so much I had to stop playing and give my phone a breather after just completing Prologue and Chapter 1. Puzzle fans will love this and I recommend it.
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