The Path to Luma

The Path to Luma

Today we haven’t reviewed a puzzle game yet so here it is – meet The Path to Luma! Is it worth your time? We will find out now!

The Path to Luma is a game that will take you to some distant future where the galaxy we live in is in a bad shape. Apparently some evil and violent force has gone through the galaxy leaving ruined planets behind so it is your job to fix things. To do so you will have to visit numerous planets and clean the mess but things will not be so easy – you will encounter problems that you will have to solve by using your brain.

Yes, The Path to Luma is a puzzle game so it will exercise your mind and imagination in a really good way. Each planet has a specific problem and one and only one solution so you will have to find out what it is and then execute it. When done, you move on to the next planet and this will happen until you finish the game. In a few words there are numerous levels in the game, which you will have to complete and this is a nice thing.

The Path to Luma has some problems, though – the game is large and with its 196 MB of data, it may take some time to download and then run. In addition, although the app has gorgeous 3D graphics, the visuals might be taxing your hardware so expect some choppiness here and there. The good news is that these 3D graphics are to show the planets in greater details and this is always nice.

All in all The Path to Luma is a nice game. It may be hard on you sometimes so do not get mad too quickly but the overall result is good. The Path to Luma will appeal to fans of the puzzle genre so if you want some of this action right now, this is the game to download – for free at that!

The Path to Luma is here on Google Play.

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