|The game is not without its comedy, either,
which is always awesome.
When I was offered the opportunity to review MacGuffin’s Curse, I decided to look it up and do a little research. The first thing I learned was that it was a game where the main character could transform into a werewolf. It was at that point that I volunteered for the review because what more do you need? The fact that it actually turned out to be an entertaining game was a nice bonus, though.
The premise is pretty stellar stuff, in my opinion, and the story is told in a way that makes you care about the goal at hand. Of course, if you knew nothing else about the game, reading the premise would immediately conjure images of classic adventure or role-playing games. Thus, when you discover that the gameplay consists largely (read: almost entirely) of block-pushing puzzles, there’s an interesting disparity between the concepts.
|There are plenty of diverse and beautifully-rendered
puzzles to test your block-pushing abilities.