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Florence is a must-play. It's a great comic-book-style take on the walking simulator/slice-of-life genre. Like many of the titles on this list, though, it's only slightly interactive and not much of a "game".

Flower is a pass. It's certainly pretty, but it's more or less a tech demo with very little in the way of gameplay or story.

Gorogoa was novel at first but wore out its welcome before the end. YMMV based on how much you like visual puzzles.

Donut County has a fun gimmick, but the gameplay grows stale quickly and the story, albeit quirky, was uninteresting to me.

Gone Home is dated. It's the progenitor of the "walking simulator" genre, and the logs do tell an interesting story, but the interface is really clunky. Florence shows how the genre can evolve.

Journey is okay. It's a step up from Flower in that there are clear objectives (and online co-op), but I didn't find it at all engaging.

I haven't played Telling Lies myself, but the customer reviews on both the App Store and Steam complain about the mandatory time spent rewinding tapes and compare it unfavorably to it's predecessor Her Story.

TL;DR: I'd recommend Florence and Gorogoa
Journey is a total masterpiece.. maybe the only con is that a small screen won't do it justice.. maybe it will run via apple tv? If not get the ps4 version

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Thanks! Have had my eye on Gorogoa for a while, 0.99 is low enough that I'll bite.
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I heard great things about Gorogoa so I purchased. Any other ones worth the price on this list?
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I heard great things about Gorogoa so I purchased. Any other ones worth the price on this list?
IMO:

Florence is a must-play. It's a great comic-book-style take on the walking simulator/slice-of-life genre. Like many of the titles on this list, though, it's only slightly interactive and not much of a "game".

Flower is a pass. It's certainly pretty, but it's more or less a tech demo with very little in the way of gameplay or story.

Gorogoa was novel at first but wore out its welcome before the end. YMMV based on how much you like visual puzzles.

Donut County has a fun gimmick, but the gameplay grows stale quickly and the story, albeit quirky, was uninteresting to me.

Gone Home is dated. It's the progenitor of the "walking simulator" genre, and the logs do tell an interesting story, but the interface is really clunky. Florence shows how the genre can evolve.

Journey is okay. It's a step up from Flower in that there are clear objectives (and online co-op), but I didn't find it at all engaging.

I haven't played Telling Lies myself, but the customer reviews on both the App Store and Steam complain about the mandatory time spent rewinding tapes and compare it unfavorably to it's predecessor Her Story.

TL;DR: I'd recommend Florence and Gorogoa
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Journey is a total masterpiece.. maybe the only con is that a small screen won't do it justice.. maybe it will run via apple tv? If not get the ps4 version
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Gorogoa is a great game and worth playing but don't try to plan on an iPhone IMHO... way too much detail for the small screen and way too easy to miss things you need to see. Loved it on an iPad though!
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as an indie game connoisseur, I played Journey when it was released. It was an honor to live through it. This was during the PS3 era. It was memorable. I've never enjoyed playing with strangers online, but, in this game, they are supposed to be strangers, and, in that way, it worked beautifully. It is a short game; can be completed in a few hours. I highly recommend it.

The other games are well known in the indie game community and are approved by them as such. Gorogoa has been on my wishlist on steam forever.
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Donut County is a good mobile game. I bought it for $5-10 when I had a few hours to kill at an airport and it was fun for a few hours. I will say that there's not a lot of replay value and the game's gimmick will get old, but for $2 you can't go wrong.
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as an indie game connoisseur, I played Journey when it was released.
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Journey is a total masterpiece.. maybe the only con is that a small screen won't do it justice.. maybe it will run via apple tv? If not get the ps4 version
On the other hand, Flower (their previous game) probably plays even better on your phone since it requires motion controls
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I liked Doughnut County! But I played it on the Xbox Series X.
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I'm really frustrated that after years of promising, Journey never came out for Android.
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Quote from ema_G :
IMO:

Florence is a must-play. It's a great comic-book-style take on the walking simulator/slice-of-life genre. Like many of the titles on this list, though, it's only slightly interactive and not much of a "game".

Flower is a pass. It's certainly pretty, but it's more or less a tech demo with very little in the way of gameplay or story.

Gorogoa was novel at first but wore out its welcome before the end. YMMV based on how much you like visual puzzles.

Donut County has a fun gimmick, but the gameplay grows stale quickly and the story, albeit quirky, was uninteresting to me.

Gone Home is dated. It's the progenitor of the "walking simulator" genre, and the logs do tell an interesting story, but the interface is really clunky. Florence shows how the genre can evolve.

Journey is okay. It's a step up from Flower in that there are clear objectives (and online co-op), but I didn't find it at all engaging.

I haven't played Telling Lies myself, but the customer reviews on both the App Store and Steam complain about the mandatory time spent rewinding tapes and compare it unfavorably to it's predecessor Her Story.

TL;DR: I'd recommend Florence and Gorogoa
Is Florence okay to play on iPhone?
Specially small XS?
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My 4 year old highly recommends donut county. Its a great first video game for little ones.
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