"Anna" is an adventure game designed to analyze what the player does and react around his behavior. It features three ending according to how much the character has gone deep into madness. The more you play, the more you find, but to really discover everything, you'll have to lose yourself. With the game, you'll also get the main character's notepad, giving you more insights on the plot, and the original Soundtrack.
If you are looking for intense atmosphere in a slow-pace adventure game, this is what you should be getting.
Speed varies on your intellect and courage. Those that have experience with old style point and click games combining stuff with eachother, will probably get through this with little effort...
However, that's only for the game mechanics.
The scare mechanics are a completely different cup of tea, from randomisations to complete and utter make overs of your surroundings, something very little games share.
A must have for the freaky adventure game freak.
I absolutely adore horror puzzle games. And the story sucks you in right off the bat, keeping you wanting more. I'm a sucker for games with a great story line. Objects and scenery were extremely well done, as were the voices, and the atmosphere was thrilling.
I only had two issues with this game: 1- the mouse was very touchy, even with the suggestion of lowering the speed setting; 2- some of the puzzles were VERY vague as far as going about solving them (I'm ashamed to say I had to resort to cheating at two or three areas).
Otherwise, this was a fantastic game, and I would love to see more from this developer! :)
I love how on the outside, it's all beautiful and dreamy. A dream house.
But on the inside it's dark and full of nightmares.
The use of lighting is great in this game.
I love the textures, they're very detailed.
And the atmosphere is very good, makes you think the worst.
A+ for dreampainters you go dreampainters
Anna is a one of a kind, very unique experience. It is complex and very challenging, though they've perfected the atmosphere. It's extremely creepy at times, and it is an interesting tale about obsession and insanity. Ultimately, it is up to the player to draw their own conclusions. Two endings offer a completely different conclusion, while one is very ambigous. I highly recommend getting them all if you can. The controls are awkward and not ideal but easy enough to get used to.
This is the first game in a while that makes me sit there for three days straight after work to play it.
I did find some flaws with it - I wasn't so fond of the endings, which I didn't think lived up to the rest of the atmosphere of the game and felt a bit abrupt, but one fact remains: despite getting stuck countless times I couldn't bring myself to look up a walk through and I didn't stop playing it. I can't remember the last time a game did that to me and I think the enjoyment I got out of it far surpasses the few nitpicks I could have.
I really loved the music, even though there weren't that many tracks.
Congratulations on your release, I'm even happier to play a good game developed by Italians. :)
The game was entertaining for me, except for the absolutely terrible mouse sensitivity. It was bearable though, when I lowered the mouse speed. Unfortunately, it didn't help much. Trying to pick up an item was a challenge, and it's very easy to get lost because the clues are hard to understand and there isn't a hint button. I do scare easily, so the smallest noises made me jump. Overall, I enjoyed the game, even though it was very tedious to play. I think it is worth the money. 8/10
Anna is one amazing experience, and it's a scary one at that. Sure, the controls may not be the best thing in the world, but the story and visuals is what really drives home with this game. It's brilliant, and definitely worth the price-tag.
- Fantastic visuals, and environments even for a Unity game.
- The story is brilliant, and will really draw players into the game.
- The whole ambiance with the game helps keep you on your toes, and alert at every moment.
- The controls are really confusing, and aren't that great.
- The story is a tad too short, and some of the scares seem a bit forced.
Other than those complaints it's a fun game!