Tin Hearts Review
Tin Hearts is a cute adventure puzzle game that seems like it would be pretty easy and meant for kids. What is Tin Hearts like? Is it an easy game? Is it a good game? Here is our review of Tin Hearts for the Nintendo Switch!
Tin Hearts is an adventure puzzle game where you guide a toy soldiers through puzzles that become more complex as the game progresses. The story is slowly revealed too and its a pretty neat. However, Tin Hearts difficulty and lack of puzzle hints may hinder some players from getting far in the game.
The puzzles in Tin Hearts are pretty hard and get harder as the game goes on. Guiding the toy soldiers is not easy; the controls could use a bit more fine tuning. Moving items in this game don’t feel very precise and can be a bit of a pain. The game’s analog controls are just okay. And despite the game’s look, there are no touch controls in handheld mode. Tin Hearts seems like it would be perfect for touch controls!
The game doesn’t hurry you. There is enough time to think out the puzzles. Though, Tin Hearts doesn’t give you any hints as to what you should do or allow for a mulligan. This game is absolutely more for experienced adventure puzzle game fans. Don’t let its cute graphics fool you, Tin Hearts is a tough game.
Tin Hearts is a very good-looking game. The graphics are very nice. They take place in an overhead view but you can zoom closer to get more of a look at the tin soldiers.
The music in the game is soft and subtle and fits the game well. So do the sound effects. None of the music or sound effects really stand out though. Tin Hearts is a good game, though its difficulty may be too much for some players.
Overall, Tin Hearts is a good game, though its difficulty and lack of hints may put some people off of it. If you’re up for a challenge, Tin Hearts is a good adventure puzzle game with wonderful graphics.
A digital code was provided for this review. Tin Hearts is available now the Nintendo Switch.