Personally, I like the game, however, I think it’s a little too much like the game, Flappy Bird. It’s an addictive, infinite running game that seems simplistic but is a bit harder than it looks. Despite this, it isn’t as frustrating knowing that the game is still in development. The game also runs very well. There is hardly any lag. The ghostly creature you play as feels good to play as, too. It feels like you’re flying around really fast as a ghost. All in all, I think it’s an awesome game. It’s the great combination of simplicity and complexity.
Yurei Darling Studio brings to us a yet another RPG Indie Horror Maker Game. One that keeps us on the edge of our chairs in suspence and makes us want to cry in the end as all good RPG Horror stories do. Chelsea tells us a story of a man named Daniel who to ask his girlfriend for her hand in marriage. But one little problem. He has lost the engagement ring at his old childhood town. A town that seems to have been abandond long ago, where things are not as they seem. His love for Chelsea is tested as he roams around the town in which he grew up and where his love for his soon-to-be fiance once started. In search of the ring he must solve countless puzzles and face things that go bump in the night. He also has to deal with the occasional run in of a misterious man who tells him somewhat cryotec messages