Imagination is an extremely powerful tool, and one we, as adults, tend to… well, misplace. Perhaps even ignore completely, at times. Which is a darn shame if you ask me. Just take a look at how much fun Clara has in Stories of Blossom, in which the power of her imagination turns storytime with her grandfather into wondrous, colourful interactive adventures.
As a youngling, it wasn’t uncommon at all to have fantastical dreams and aspirations, despite having absolutely no idea what was required to, say, become an adventurer, astronaut, or better yet, a genuine swashbuckling, eyepatch-wearing pirate. As for whether adults will enjoy experiencing such tales, straight from the imagination of Stories of Blossom‘s protagonist, across twenty-five colourful storybook illustrations, well, that remains to be seen.
An accessible point and click adventure that joins Clara as she brings to life three short tales told by her nurturing grandfather.
Adorably quirky creatures, the kind that could only come from the innocent mind of a child, do need your help throughout these tales, however, so it ain’t all fun and games. Or perhaps it is? Yeah, I’m actually convinced it is just that: fun, games, and void of anything like pesky puzzles that’ll get even genre veterans stumped for hours. Oh, and there are so many accessibility options/features, too! From a slew of volume sliders for just about everything imaginable to adjustable text-to-speech, subtitles that can be tweaked extensively, and a ton of built-in systems to ensure players have as much or as little help as they desire.
So, who’s ready to join Clara and her grandfather in the colourful world that resides within Stories of Blossom?