In his latest Game On Mac review, Bobby Travis takes a look at the iPad adventure title, Drawn: The Painted Tower. Drawn has been recreated to take advantage of the iPad from the original Mac release by Big Fish Studios. Bobby found the game to be darkly intriguing and filled with mind-boggling puzzles. Read on to check out his review of Drawn: The Painted Tower.
Iris is a unique little girl with a special gift: she can make things that she paints come to life. There are those who covet her gift, and her guardian and a group of select others have been trying to keep her secreted away, protected. When you enter the game, it is to help save her, and you are greeted by her old guardian -- who is now a statue. You and he will become good friends as the game moves forward, as this guardian is also the spokesperson for the hints system. From the very first screen, the quality of the art and the moody atmosphere that is conveyed is impressive -- and there are over 70 more screens, each filled with puzzles and their clues, to follow.
Read Bobby's full review here.