AntVentor is a short point and click puzzle adventure game about one unordinary Inventor-ant and his adventure in an amazing photorealistic macroworld.
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► Finalist - Indie Games - London 2019
► PAX Selection - PAX EAST - Boston 2019
► Best game Art Winner - Indie Prize - USA 2018
► Best Storytelling Winner - Indie Game Cup - Prague 2018
► Critics Choice Winner - Indie Cup - Online 2018
► Best Game Design Nominee - Indie Game Cup - Prague 2018
► Best Grand Prix Nominee - Indie Game Cup - Prague 2018
► Best Game Art Nominee - Indie Game Cup - Prague 2018
► Best Game Design Nominee - Indie Prize - USA 2018
► Best Visual Art Nominee - Play - Bilbao 2018
AntVentor is a curious adventure game that puts you in the role of a tiny ant with a big job to do.
Amazing storyline, with interesting engaging quests, Unique photorealistic macroworld graphics and smart, mysterious tasks will guarantee you lots of fun in this ABSOLUTELY point and click Quest game!
AntVentor is the first short chapter of the AntTrilogy series about an ant named Florantine and his unusual adventures in a photorealistic macroworld.
The main character is an inventor ant. Despite his small size, he has a big dream - to see the world.
He lived a simple life, until you showed up, broke his mechanism and ruined his plans.
Point and click Quest game refers to a type of adventure game, in which the user interacts mainly with the mouse or any pointing device (be it a finger on mobile phones) to proceed and move in the quest and journey.
All the game is built around interactions with items of the world.
Most parts of the game design phase are to liberally use these possibilities, to make the player find solutions to problems. Resolving them will make the adventure continue. In a sense, point and click Quest game is similar to puzzle games.
Bored with endless puzzles and without meaning?
If you ever dreamed of feeling how is it to be an ant, meet and discover
The macroworld with its secrets and creatures and enjoy its natural environment than this game is more than suited for you!
Download the AntVentor now, and begin the ant adventure quest! Just point and click!
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AntVentor requires iPhone 6, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4, iPod touch 6 or higher.
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
It’s a great first try
There’s a lot to like here. It’s charming, the visuals are great, someone clearly loves games and put a ton of thought into it. But... it’s tedious. It’s the things you like least from Samarost: the walking around, the lack of clear direction. You’re going to have to rely heavily on the hint system, which has a waiting period each time and the hints are obscure sometimes.
I’m having trouble getting through it, and I’m a diehard point and click gamer who really wants to appreciate this project. It truly is clever, and a lot of effort went into it. There are no real puzzles, it’s all “try to use things on things and then check if the hint timer is done”. But that’s okay; Machinarium and Samarost both have a lot of this. But they also have better hint systems, or at least, clearer hints.
I’m going to keep playing. I’m not sorry I bought it, and I promise I’ll revise this review when I get to the next chapter. I will add, I haven’t experienced any actual bugs, and I’m on an iPhone 6. None of the control issues or crashes anyone else has reported, it’s been absolutely fine technically.
In retrospect, I’m moving it from three to four stars, because I can see what the developers were going for. They haven’t quite got there in the first chapter, but I have high hopes for the next. And I want to encourage that, I think we will see great things from them in the future.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for your detailed review. Will are taking your comments into account for chapter 2. Thank you for playing our game!
Absolutely loved it!
This little game was so much fun! I admit, a few of the “puzzles” were kind of confusing but the hint system is great and I was able to finish the game. I loved the graphics and the sound effects. The cute characters were so neat and I loved the interaction between them. The pug dog caterpillar was my favorite part. He was adorable. I learned from the credits that the pug is part of the development team and is named Sherlock. If you are looking for something to do during this quarantine, definitely give this game a try. It’s worth every penny!!!!
Alright, nuts to this noise
Game has well-made art, frustrating gameplay, and bad puzzles. Good puzzles in adventure games feel satisfying to solve because the player is being rewarded for picking up on some twisted logic that has been established within the world of the game. In this game, solving a puzzle is more like “huh, I guess I was supposed to put the chair under the heavy machine that the game tells me I can’t even lift” or “huh, I guess ants in this world are really turned on by human women — that sort of reminds me of old cartoons so I guess it’s technically joke-adjacent. Yay?” Three stars for (wasted) effort.
(Edit: here’s a tiny violin for the devs on here trolling for sympathy points because they forgot to make their game fun 🎻)
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- 532.5 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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