in

Played Onion of Hope, a top-ranked free-to-play game about Luchok

0706202113375480 Played Onion of Hope, a top-ranked free-to-play game about Luchok

In the top mobile games, you can often find very arcade and useless projects. But Onion of Hope breaks these patterns, and here’s why. First, it is an adventure with no online features. The graphics are cartoonish, movement and interaction with objects are intuitive. There are dialogues between the characters that are written at the level of children’s fairy tales with a mixture of horror stories. We play as Little Onion, who wants to become human again. To do this, he needs to make a deal with the Witch. We will have a difficult choice and even a quote from Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk.

Secondly, the game is very short. That is, it is not at all about logging in every day, collecting “awards” and inviting friends for bonuses. At the same time, in the comments and in the description, they indicate the presence of several endings. During the first playthrough, I did not even think that such a thing could be in the “top” of mobile phones. I probably got a typical ending: I didn’t try to play with objects and characters, but just followed the plot.

Onion of Hope is available on iOS and Android. This is a completely free project with Russian localization. In the App Store, the game ranks second among adventure games.

App StoreGoogle play

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

16326 Craftopia authors are developing a Pokémon clone with shooter mechanics and sandbox elements

Craftopia authors are developing a Pokémon clone with shooter mechanics and sandbox elements

EAs Knockout City attracts five million players EA's Knockout City attracts five million players

EA’s Knockout City attracts five million players