What Lilly sees is about to change her life forever…
On a particularly cool and misty summer night, Lilly is visited by an enchanted red scarf that sends her on an incredible adventure as she seeks to rescue her little brother Row. Soon into her quest, Lilly discovers a special pair of goggles that allow her to solve many navigational challenges by rewriting the past and changing the present. Step into a world filled with magic, puzzles, and marvelous machines that celebrate a sense of wonder as you help Lilly save her brother and discover the ultimate mystery.
The indie studio Geeta Games presents Lilly Looking Through, an animated point-and-click adventure game that is appropriate for all ages. Lilly’s story is set in a fictional fantasy world and told almost completely by the universal language of pantomime, and can be enjoyed at many levels by the whole family. Guide our heroine Lilly through a land filled with enchanting environments brimming with wonder. The world Lilly lives in is lovingly hand painted, and filled with awe inspiring visuals. The cinematic multi-plane camera system, fluid character animation, and compelling original musical soundtrack make the whole experience come to life and feel like you are playing inside an animated movie. Lilly Looking Through’s charming animated story can be just as fun to watch as it is to play.
Immerse, engage, and explore together as you assist Lilly on this captivating journey. Lilly Looking Through contains a whole variety of unique puzzles. Quite a few of the puzzles will require keen observation and challenge even the most experienced adventure veterans. Many of the challenges in Lilly Looking Through will often build on each other, and the skills you learn earlier will help you and Lilly solve puzzles later found in the game. If you are ever in need of help and would like a hint, a built in help system will also give clues as to what to do next to continue the journey. With an easy to learn interface, players of all ages will easily immerse themselves into Lilly’s world, and start playing with the click of a button.
"Lilly has me mesmerized! What a lusciously charming and mysterious adventure, so ingeniously and elegantly crafted." -Rand Miller co-creator of Myst and Riven
Minimum system requirements: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8, Processor: 2.33 GHz or faster Memory: 2 GB RAM, Hard Drive: 420 MB available space, DirectX 9.0c-compatible sound card, keyboard, mouse.
Minimum system requirements (Mac): OS X 10.6.8 or later.Processor: 2.0 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo or faster Memory: 2GB, Hard Drive: 420 MB available space,Graphics: 64MB of video memory Recommended two-button mouse, or Apple mouse with Secondary Button / Secondary Click enabled. Patched to version 1.1.50
Posted on 2013-11-01 07:50:17 byCardian:
I'm sorry, but this game was such a huuuuge letdown. It looks quite good with its handdrawn and detailed backgrounds and the fluid animations of Lilly. The demo was also quite nice. The finished product, sadly, is way way way too short. The game has only 10 screens and in these 10 screens almost all the puzzles are too easy since often times there are only 2-3 points you can clickread more anyway. The one elaborate colour puzzle is reused thrice and not even very good.
The creators raised almost double of what they asked for on Kickstarter and still this game just finishes without any storyline and still manages to end on a cliffhanger without any hint on continuation.
The goggles could have made for some great time puzzles but they are terribly underused. No wonder, since this game is SO SHORT. It is an unfinished (not even started, really) product trying to bring in some money. This could/should have been so much more.
Oh, and the announcement on Kickstarter that they translated the game into many different languages? Yeah, there's no text except for "Quit Yes/No", so.... wait to get this in the obligatory Humble Bundle somewhere down the road. And don't expect anything, maybe then the disappointment won't be so hard on you.
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Posted on 2013-11-01 17:18:52 byde_Monteynard:
I supported this game on Kickstarter as I appreciated the charm, the childlike sense of wonder and the wonderful music of the demo. So while Lilly Looking Through does indeed contain the elements I pledged for, I am sorry to say that it ultimately disappoints.
One of the biggest criticisms raised against Lilly is its short length. Now, I generally do not consider that to be detrimentalread more to the quality of the game. Unfortunately, the limited number of screens, combined with reused puzzles, makes the game suffer. It also repeats some of the classic adventure game mistakes, but fortunately there are few hot points and no inventory. Furthermore, some of the puzzles are needlessly obtuse, as the game does not always indicate what effect your action had on other elements, leading to second-guessing. While these flaws could ultimately be forgiven, the shortness of the game makes them stick out even further. The fact that the time-jumping goggles were not used to full effect also leaves much to be desired.
Regardless of what that has just been said, the game is an enjoyable short romp. If you have children or just like the warm atmosphere that it offers, then Lilly Looking Through comes highly recommended as you will enjoy the wonderful world Lilly inhabits. Nevertheless, I cannot recommend buying this game at full price. I realise that this is doing a disfavour to the creators, however for something that is more like a Flash game in the vein of Samorost, it does not warrant the cost.
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Posted on 2013-11-02 20:22:39 bySpiderFighter:
Full review at gog dot com/forum/lilly_looking_through/full_review_yes_i_hate_myself_a_little
By now, everyone knows: "Lilly Looking Through" is charming, beautifully animated, and very fluid. The music has an ethereal quality that doesn't distract. In a nice touch, as you put on or remove the time-changing goggles the music changes too, depending on which "time" you're in.
Everyread more Indie game is a labor of love, but this one feels so much more so, and so special (even to the point of being developed and voiced by a family) that it really does pain me that I can't recommend it at full price. Yes, it's obvious a lot of work went into it. Yes, I hate myself a little. However, how do we learn, grow, and improve, if not from our mistakes? How will we ever know about those mistakes if people constantly bury the truth in favor of praise for our hard work? I'd rather have a constructive criticism than an insincere "attaboy" any day.
With that in mind, here's the game as I see it: "Lilly" is incredibly short (only a bit over two hours), with repetitive puzzles and a cliffhanger ending that reveals some structural flaws. The first hour was such a joy; unfortunately, the game's short play time, repetitiveness, and ending completely undermined that joy.
There's more to it than that, but GOG's character limitations prevent me from posting it here. Please read the full review.
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