In Moss, players can reach out, touch, and interact with the environment while guiding Quill through her journey. As a character within the world, players will work together with Quill to solve puzzles, overcome obstacles, and conquer any danger that comes their way,” said Danny Bulla, co-founder and design director of Polyarc. “As gamers, we’ve been conditioned for years to hold a gamepad in our laps when playing games, letting our thumbs and fingers do the controlling. It has been a great experience to create an immersive game that encourages players to reach into and interact with a tactile world.
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Puzzles felt inventive and leveraged the user's mobility to see available paths to great success.
It's great to traverse, but extensive combat sections often feel like a hassle and fall into the same pattern. Some challenges near the end left me a little sour and didn't feel completely fair.
The abrupt ending to the story greatly contextualizes "Moss Book II" releasing this spring, and certainly makes it sting less that I'm playing it nearly 4 years after release.