Today I will be showing you one of my favorite puzzle games of all times. Unravel is a game by Swedish company Coldwood interactive and it was published by Electronic Arts.
You play as Yarny a very cute and friendly creature made entirely of red yarn, but don’t let his small size fool you. As you explore the world he will continually unravel and leave a trail of yarn until he shows his basic frame, at this point you must pick up more yarn to refill and continue.
The yarn is your main tool you must use to solve puzzles this is accomplished by either building bridges or just using it to climb. The physics element of the game makes it very interesting, on the one stage you must drag a wooden block but if you forget (like I did in my video) that there is a third point to connect you will find yourself dragging the block back up from under the table.
Your objective is simply to collect the red yarn badges at the end of each level, you select your levels in the house by finding photo frames. Each one tells a different story and while some might be filled with pleasant memories that you collect, others tell sad tales. Also scattered through the levels are secrets the player can collect, after you complete a level you can see how many you found and replay it if needed.
I would highly recommend you to play Unravel as it’s a truly unique experience that will definitely keep you busy for hours. The graphics and scenery is sure to surprise you as you journey through our normal world using Yarny a very small character but with the heart of a giant that’s not afraid of anything.
Until next week keep safe everyone.
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