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Despite its shortcomings, Ohno Odyssey only makes a few no-nos that will detract from your experience. The game’s compelling items and physic-based puzzles work well in execution, creating multiple solutions for the player that make this short experience truly shine. The price is right at $5.99, but I just wish there was more content to explore!
Despite the presentation issues, I thoroughly enjoyed the actual puzzle part of the game. Unfortunately the game only lasts a couple hours, so it’s definitely a tough recommendation if you’re looking for something that’ll keep you occupied for a few days. If you’re a fan of physics-based puzzle games, you can do far worse than Ohno Odyssey. Just don’t go in expecting an odyssey on the scale of Homer’s.
Ohno Odyssey is a decent little game that fans of physics puzzlers will enjoy. While the presentation is a little generic — and the game's scope is limited at 35 stages — there is a good amount of challenge offered here without things becoming too frustrating. If you're the kind of gamer who enjoys trial-and-error play and doesn't get easily frustrated by the "error" aspect, you could do a lot worse than giving Ohno Odyssey a spin.
Ohno Odyssey is a fun puzzle game if you enjoy trial and error. With 35 levels it will keep you busy for a while and it has decent replayability being there are multiple ways to finish a level. I recommend this to puzzle game fans that wont get irritated trying to solve a puzzle a whole bunch of times and failing miserably every time.
While there are definitely better physics-based puzzle games out there, this game may just hit the spot for those who really want more puzzles in their lives. Don’t get too excited though, as the experience will be over before you know it. For $6, the game feels a little lean, but you probably won’t miss the money anyway.