Review: Glass Masquerade
At a Glance
|This game is recommended!
While there are many great games out there, this is one manages to be good fun and stay fairly true to Christian moral values.
If you're looking to add a new game to your collection, consider this one!
|ESRB Rating:||NR - Not Rated|
|Review Published On:||March 19th, 2018|
Whenever you leave a puzzle, your progress is automatically saved*. Thus, you can partially complete a puzzle, quit, and later return to finish it.
This is a very clean game, with the only concern being what's depicted on a few specific images. These include eastern dragons, a Hindu goddess, and a woman wearing a showy outfit. Note that all of the pictures are done in an art deco style, which limits how much detail they can show.
It's a simple premise, and it's one that works. If you're a fan of the art deco designs, jigsaws, or quiet puzzle games, this will definitely be a great addition to your Steam library.
Points of Interest
One way to make assembling the clocks easier is to enable the hint feature. This causes some of the pieces to glow red and have a golden ring attached to them. These pieces always go on the outside edge of the clock's face, and the rings will attach to an identical ring on the clock itself. There's no penalty for using this feature, so it's up to you whether or not to use it.
Concerns and Issues
None of the clocks depict anything violent, overly sexual, or above a PG rating, so if you need a simple comparison, this game is less concerning than Disney's Fantasia.