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In Monument Valley, you wander through a beautiful world of castles, sunsets and towers that seem to reach the moon. In this completely kid-friendly puzzle game, you have to be prepared to cast aside the most basic concepts, even those such as gravity. Some of these are so complex that I can’t find the words to describe it. Heck, some of this stuff is SIMPLE the way it works, yet I still cannot give it a label. With stunning music, challenging puzzles, and a captivating storyline, this game has it all. Beautiful Monuments, skies, and a whole little world of wonder await you in Monument Valley. They could charge a full 10$ for this game, and I promise it would still be worth it. While the storyline itself takes some rather sophisticated comprehension skills to understand (though does any player REALLY understand the story?), kids with growing minds will benefit from the challenges presented by the puzzles anyway. And once you’re able to comprehend the story, the game gets so much better. This one game, in my opinion, is the best of it’s genre so far. Anyone who’s played this game will agree, it is truly an unforgettable experience.
I downloaded the game and was amazed by the quality and effort put into this kid-friendly puzzle game. It challenges your wits and your ability to focus on something from different perspectives. It has an amazing storyline behind it. I have only a few conflicts with it. One, before I finished all 10 levels in Monument Valley, the cost for the section “Forgotten Shores” was $0.99 USD. After I completed all 10 levels and wanted to buy Forgotten Shores, it was $1.99 USD. Even though that was an excellent and affordable price for that quality of a game, I was shocked that they raised the price of the section right when I wanted it the most. To be fair, this was around Christmas. It could have been a special deal that I missed because I completed the game after Christmas. Two, it makes you think that you own Monument Valley 2. After I got the game, I saw the sections that I “had”. When I clicked on Monument Valley 2 to check it out, it sent me to the App Store and wanted me to purchase it, and another side note that Monument Valley 2 is too expensive unless it has more levels than Monument Valley 1. Three, this is more of a suggestion. I would like if you had a video in the end where users can watch. The video would explain the storyline of it. Amazing game though.
First of all on of the the first reviews is like a one or two star review that says this game is short and easy. Maybe the first levels are easy but I can’t call this short there’s plenty of levels to take a few days and for an indie puzzle game that’s a real achievement. I will change to five star if you explain the “ box” level. Once you solve green it takes you back to blue and both doors are locked all other levels took like five minutes but I’ve been stuck on this one for a week 😔. I will try the sequel and try this game on iPad to see if either of these options are better (am only assuming this game is easier on iPad because maybe a bigger screen will help). Is this a glitch? Or am I just doing something wrong? So confused 🤷♀️ edit: I just realized that there is a a bird person that can do it for you I don’t think it was there before. Whatever. Great game anyway
I just need to say it a great game. You all put great effort into it. I need to say it again it’s a great game, but (there is all ways a but) five dollars for a game with only ten level. Unless you count that level in the extras which feels like 6 levels. Also I know there is a second game, but five dollars for this game that’s insane. Two dollars understandable but four dollars no way. I do know that I can buy eight more levels for two dollars which in total that is nineteen level for seven dollars. Don’t think I don’t like this game it’s a great game as I said. I can tell it looks like a hard game to make so its understandable why there is very little levels. If you are reading this review I would not mind you getting this game. Just don’t be surprised that you finished this the game In one day like me. Also I don’t have the second game so if the second one is longer then the first that would be great. So if I was you I would get the game if you like puzzle game.(Yes this is a puzzle game if you couldn’t tell) It’s a very fun game so enjoy if you do get it.
I love these games. I made my wife play it and she was hooked immediately as well. It took me about 3 hours to finish MV1 with taking multiple breaks and about 1.5 hours to finish MV2 while putting my son to bed (he likes me in the room while he knocks out, so I took advantage of the free time 😊). The levels were not hard at all and that is my only complaint. If they had more chapters and a bit harder levels, it would be perfect, but I felt like I blew through the games because I anticipated the moves at first glance in every level. I think for almost 9$, I should have had a harder time with it and had more game play. I paid 6.99 for the two apps, plus 1.99 to open extra levels in MV1. For the artistry alone, it is worth the price, but for the intensity it’s not. I would recommend it solely because of visually beauty and because one can tell that it took a lot of love and time to make this game. It’s near perfect!
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Monument Valley has 3 569 user reviews.
Monument Valley is ranking in Puzzle on the 8.
Monument Valley has an average rating of 4.6.
The latest version of Monument Valley (2.7.6) was released on Apr 02, 2019.
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** Apple Game of the Year 2014 **
** Winner of Apple Design Award 2014 **
In Monument Valley you will manipulate impossible architecture and guide a silent princess through a stunningly beautiful world.
Monument Valley is a surreal exploration through fantastical architecture
and impossible geometry. Guide the silent princess Ida through mysterious monuments, uncovering hidden paths, unfolding optical illusions and outsmarting the enigmatic Crow People.
Ida's Dream now available.
Forgotten Shores: Eight new chapters of adventure and illusion available now as a separate purchase.
Buy or download Monument Valley now and you’ll also get our fully animated iMessage sticker pack, including 5 stickers exclusive to players! Only available on iOS10 and above.
"This might be the most beautiful iPad game of 2014" - Wired
"Brilliant design... stayed with me like a dream I didn't want to forget" 9/10 - Polygon
"The most sublime hour my iPad has ever given me... and the value of such a thing is incalculable" - Kotaku
"Monument Valley stuns with its serenity... each screen is a work of art" - Huffington Post
"Almost impossibly gorgeous... a feast for your senses" 5/5 - Touch Arcade
Inspired by minimalist 3D design, optical illusions and palaces and temples from around the world, every monument is a unique, hand-crafted world to explore.
EASY TO USE
Twist and drag to reshape the world and help Ida to explore. Designed to be easy for everyone to pick up, enjoy and complete.
Audio reacts to your manipulation of the world to provide a surreal and beautiful soundscape. Best experienced with headphones.
Synchronize your game across all your devices.
** Monument Valley is designed for iPhone 4 and above. It is NOT compatible with iPod Touch 4th Generation.
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