Gorogoa is an original puzzle game developed by Buried Signal studio. The author of this production is Jason Roberts, responsible for both the game code and its visuals. The title appeared, among others, on PC, PS4, etc., and was released by Annapurna Interactive.
The story told in Gorogoa is not subject to unambiguous interpretation. The main character of the game is a boy who collects mysterious objects of religious significance. The story is full of symbolism referring to beliefs from all over the world and is exceptionally abstract.
What distinguishes Gorogoa from other logical games are the unusual gameplay mechanics. The core of the game is solving sliding puzzles consisting of up to four scenes. It is complicated by the fact that we don't match individual parts of a single picture, but rather the motifs hidden in each scene - e.g. a bird sitting on a branch on one-quarter of the screen, an apple on the second and a bowl on the third one. Arranged properly, the images "come to life", creating a critical scene and thus pushing the action forward.
Gorogoa is characterized by high quality two-dimensional graphic design, maintained in cartoon style. It looks like a colored, moving sketch, which looks great on both mobile devices and PC.
Game mode: single player
User score: 7,9 / 10 based on 26 votes.
PEGI rating Gorogoa
Gorogoa System requirements
PC / Windows
- Intel Pentium 4 1 GHz
- 512 MB RAM
- graphic card 256 MB GeForce 6200 / Radeon X1300 or better
- 680 MB HDD
- Windows XP