A Little to the Left

released on Nov 08, 2022

A Little To The Left is a cozy puzzle game that has you sort, stack, and organize household items into pleasing arrangements while you keep an eye out for a mischievous cat with an inclination for chaos. Check out this playful and intuitive puzzler with 75+ satisfying messes to tidy.

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Esperem por uma promoção. Curtinho mas bem divertido. Aquela pessoa que nao curte games pode acabar gostando, apresenta pra ela.

honestly very enjoyable. on a puzzle logic scale of like, unpacking to point n click adventure games i would give this a 3 ? some of them are nitpick-y but its A Game About Tidying Up. scratched a very nice itch in my brain
sadly almost no replay ability, if you want to play this for yourself avoid watching any gameplay of it at all. i had watched some people play demos of it and was incredibly unsure about it but was pleasantly surprised. the daily tidies are interesting and i do not have any real thoughts on them so far apart from a general curiosity for if more actual levels would have been more worthwhile. will see!

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I have a great soft spot for games that feel handcrafted, that you can almost see the dev's fingerprints all over.

ok puzzles, nice cozy game for some downtime. Recommend to wait for a sale.

I'd been following this game through Wholesome Directs for while, and decided to pick it up during a sale!
The game is very quaint. The art style is simple and pleasant to look at, I really enjoy the texturing on objects. The sounds are well done. I did have some difficulties with picking up and moving objects, but imagine this would be easier using a mouse. On some levels I simply used the touch screen of my steam deck, which worked well enough.
The main campaign of the game isn't too long. There's a variety of chapters with different theming for the puzzles within it. Some puzzles have multiple solutions, meaning there's a bit more to do to perfect the game. I found the hints ranged from hints to simply showing the solution which I didn't mind (I had a tutorial up already.) The method of uncovering hints I found fun, and levels can be skipped if needed without consequence. I liked some puzzles more than others, but thought they were all well-designed.
I found the UI charming and well-designed. It was easy to see which levels were not fully completed and navigate to them.
I did feel like the game lacked a bit of substance to make it truly stand out to me, though. I can't place why because I found it very charming, but a very average experience. I do still think it's worth playing if you enjoy puzzles, as there's plenty of content to be enjoyed. It might connect to others more than myself.

unfortunately i don't think rearranging pencils by their size or peeling stickers off a fruit is fun, or a puzzle. and maybe you could make a good, challenging puzzle about peeling stickers off fruit, but the puzzle was just peeling stickers off fruit. you peeled stickers off a fruit and you solved it. you don't even have to think about it you just peel stickers off a fruit and you're onto the next puzzle, where you have to sort books by their height. that puzzle had a really cool extra solution though so i can't be too harsh. instead of sorting the books by height, you sort the books by their color. i hope you enjoyed my 15 dollars you bastard. you dastardly casual smelly bitch.