This is a rather short game with stylish graphics and a fairly nice science fiction plot. The difficulty level is unfortunately as low as they come, with always just one obvious thing to do. I am not a proponent of extremely hard puzzles but need some kind of challenge to feel satisfied. The non-playable characters are on the thinnest side and do not seem alive at all. That creates a feeling of this being a solitary exploration game, even though there are several examples of interactions with other characters. In any case, I hope to see more adventure games from House on Fire in the near future.
Time Played: 2-5 hours
Difficulty: Very Easy