The Little Acre Crack/Patch

The Little Acre The Little Acre is the story of Aidan and his daughter, Lily, set in 1950’s Ireland. After discovering clues as to the whereabouts of his missing father, Aidan begins investigating until he inadvertently finds himself transported to a strange new world.

Download The Little Acre Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 64 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1266
Genre Action Adventure, Linear
Company / Developer
Curve Digital / Pewter Games Studios

The Little Acre reviews ( 4 )

GOJOEGO, Dec 16, 2016

The Little Acre is a short, beautiful, and rough around the edges point and click adventure game. The art and animation kept me intrigued and pushed me forward throughout the story. Which the story was interesting, but did start to feel a bit rushed near the final moments of the game and would have loved to learn more about the worlds and the character inhabiting them. I personally will say although the puzzles weren't overly challenging, I really enjoyed that Pewter Games gave you the option for hints which for someone not savvy on adventure games I was quite thankful. If you want a simple, pleasant, and charming experience that feels like you're playing a classic Disney movie you should definitely check out the Little Acre.

Mandulum, Jul 21, 2017

Five Word Review: Short, cutesy adventure worth playing. Favorite Thing: Gotta be those hand-drawn visuals! Least Favorite Thing: The game switches between characters too frequently. Date Completed: 2017-07-21 Playtime: ~ 1.5h Enjoyment: 8/10 Recommendation: Yeah, it was a decent adventure game with some really nice, hand-drawn visuals.

SuperkenGaming, Dec 13, 2016

The Little Acre A charming, but Rushed Experience. The little Acre is a point and click adventure game where you play as both Aidan and his Daughter Lilly Aiden Wakes up, and the game instantly does a great job of setting the tone for the game and giving you an idea of what it will be like by forcing you to get dressed without leaving the bed so that you don’t wake Lilly.. Usually adventure games have stupid puzzles that don’t make sense like mixing a toaster with a bathtub to end your suffering... here thankfully every single puzzle makes sense… which could lead veterans of this genre to feel the game is too simple… But it was a nice change of pace, and I enjoyed the simplicity of these logic puzzles… The art style and animation is hands down the greatest peart of this experience and is ultimately its saving grace.. The entire game is done in an old-school hand drawn Disney style… and the way the characters interacted with different items in the game, their facial expressions… everything about the animation made me smile way more than I had any hopes of it doing… Unfortunately the animation was all that kept me going… and the gameplay was enjoyably simple enough to not make progression feel like a chore… even offering hints and solutions making this a very friendly game for all ages to enjoy… but the overall feel of this game is little below average thanks to the voice acting and the story delivery… Aiden wakes up and wonders where his father is… You have to unlock his shed, where you find this machine that takes you to the land of chibi formed characters… Shortly after Lily makes breakfast for herself as her dad is gone and goes on a search for him... ending up in this same land… All of this is fine… it’s a great plot… but its laughably rushed… There’s no character development… no reason to care about anything going on… It feels like a story board with no meat between plot points… The delivery is literally Where are you? Found you. It’s that fast. No conflict, no build up… Its question and instant answer for 2 hours. And the voice acting here isn’t necessarily bad... but it doesn’t fit the characters… The evil dude just sounds like makiplyer telling a ghost story… and Lilly and Aiden sound more like brother and sister than father and daughter… You can tell that no effort went into finding fights for the vision of these characters... almost like they were randomly assigned to people and they took whatever they got… While The Little Acre tells a rushed story and doesn’t offer too engaging of a gameplay experience… The charm of the animation is great enough to make this game worth the 2 hour run-through… I give the little acre a 6.5/10

Underpants158, Dec 19, 2016

PROS: -Some may say the puzzles are too simple but really the logic is just really easy to follow because it makes sense while still allowing for zany point and click shenanigans. OKS!: -Characters and the world feel like they could have been expanded on greatly and while a little charming not enough so to carry the game. CONS!: -About two hours in length which isn't normally a problem with me but it did feel like the ending just comes out of nowhere.