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After playing this game, I came to its reviews in search insight from other players’ experiences that would reaffirm my own. Like so many before me, I felt compelled to write my first app review; so here I am. Assemble with Care has provided me with perhaps the most unexpected and delightful interactive storyline that I’ve ever embarked upon— all guided by a mobile app. It’s clear that the developers, storywriters, voice actors, visual artists, and the rest of the crew put a tremendous amount of thought and detail into their work. I thought, like Monument Valley, I would play it sparingly whenever a free moment presented itself; however, I didn’t stop assembling items until there were none left to assemble. Not only did I discover the odd satisfaction achieved from mending broken heirlooms and electronics, Assemble with Care also reminded me of valuable lessons in compassion and selflessness that I think many of us have lost sight of. I have never felt compelled to call my mom after playing a video game before; until today, that is!
I don’t usually write reviews for games . But wow this game is amazing . A puzzle type mind bender and a saucy drama story to go along with it . The thing I enjoyed the most about this game was the game wasn’t rushed , it took its time and its all about the experience . If your the type of person that usually skips dialogue in video games then this game isn’t for you . Usually I wouldn’t like this kind of a game but the puzzle in addition to the story made the game the type of game you wanna start and finish within a day or two of getting it . It’s like a good book that’s hard to put down, yet the story line is so simple. The mental mind puzzles make the story feel more engaging by making you believe your really doing things to help people’s lives be easier or to enrich past moments and memories of a recently deceased family member . Very unusual , captivatingly original and just wowzer! Definetly would recommend you check it out :) Who even reads these anyway???
This is my first review of a game on the iPhone and I have been playing them since the App Store was released to the public. This game prompted me to actually write a review for the first time in all those years. I downloaded the game without that high of expectations, and even put off playing it until last out of the group of games I downloaded at the time. I was so wrong to have waited. From the minute I started the game, I was hooked and couldn’t stop until I completed it. This is not particularly a game that creates any sort of challenge, but rather an experience. From the minute the beautiful voice acting starts with Maria’s narration of her travels, to the conclusion of her describing the things she is packing away, I was invested. The story is sort of whimsical at first, but as you meet characters with things to fix, you are given small hints as to why the objects mean so much to them in dialogue. As you fix the things you discover clues on the different objects to add deeper meaning, which ultimately is realized by the characters describing why they mean so much when you are finished. Everything from the sound design, art direction, gameplay, and story are perfectly woven together to make a wonderful game that will have you feverishly fixing things to continue on with Maria’s story!
This is an incredibly relaxing and enjoyable experience. The idea of taking things apart and reassembling them is very interesting and fun. However the challenge mechanic of the game is just not directly telling you what to do and waiting for the player to figure it out. There is no way to lose or influence the progression of the story whatsoever. Its an odd mismatch of picture book read-along with periodic game play that is impossible to lose. In one level involving the making of soup I went back and intentionally tried to fail as it is the only section that allows for choice and even my soup of a head of broccoli and a stick of butter was "the best food ever made" despite totally ignoring the recipe. This could all be redeemed by how enjoyable it is to take apart diagnose and reassemble things but with only 11 true levels each buried in two to three minute read along adventures, this app leaves you wishing it had been more. The potential and concept of this app are really neat but unfortunately the game itself rarely lives up to them.
I got this game after reading one of the reviews and I thought I’d give it a try. I’m so glad I did because I loved playing it! The story in the game was really engaging as I felt myself getting to know these characters the more the game progressed and each character was different from the rest. The voice over work did each character was very well done, I felt like this was more like an interactive short story. The puzzles themselves weren’t overly complicated but not overly simple either as I found myself having to start a puzzle over once or twice on a couple of the objects before figuring it out. You could probably beat the whole game in like an hour or less but it’s a game worth playing. I totally hope that there’s more to come with this game with more and new puzzles and great stories as it totally ended on a cliffhanger.
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Assemble with Care has 2 612 user reviews.
Assemble with Care has an average rating of 4.8.
The latest version of Assemble with Care (1.1.4) was released on Oct 24, 2019.
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From the studio that brought you Monument Valley, comes a story about taking things apart and putting ourselves back together.
When Maria, a globe-trotting antique restorer, arrives in the sun-soaked town
of Bellariva, she has no idea just how broken it will turn out to be. She wants nothing more than to help the town’s inhabitants save their most beloved possessions, but when it’s their personal lives that are starting to fracture, she’ll need to find a way to hold them together, one spare screw at a time.
“Feels perfect for mobile” - The Verge
“A tactile and touching experience” - Gamesradar
“As a study in the wordless pleasure of fixing stuff ... it really sings” - Eurogamer
“If ever there was a game to show how games are an art form, this is it.” - Touch Arcade
MEANINGFUL PUZZLES: Explore the objects through Maria’s eyes and find a way to restore them.
EVOCATIVE STORY: Meet the townsfolk of Bellariva. Come to love their quirks and help them reconnect.
NOSTALGIC CHARM: Rediscover the defining objects of decades past to the tune of the original soundtrack, inspired by the sounds of the 80s.
HANDCRAFTED VISUALS: Enjoy gameplay rendered in a beautiful, impressionist style, alongside a completely hand-illustrated story
This game does not support MFi Controllers.
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