Grandpa's Table reviews

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
"Grandpa's Table" is about solving Puzzles and thus preserving Memories. So far I've only alluded to it, but what can I say. The Atmosphere that the Game conveys has captivated me slightly. In the Background runs classical Music, which conveys a very calm and relaxed Atmosphere. Matching the Setting of the Game and just the Right thing to do while trying to solve light and heavy puzzles as well as indulging in the Memories to be discovered. In addition to the chapter-specific Puzzles, there are also hidden Puzzles that you unlock while Playing. In how far Grandpa's Table differs from other Puzzle games, I can't say, as this represents the first Game for me in this Genre. Still, I have to praise the Developer Couple as they created a very nice Game at first Glance! For those who want to get a visual Impression of the Game and the first Puzzles in addition to warm Words, I have a Video here:)
Translated by
Microsoft from French
I play on Linux. Linux version: good. The game small music at the piano relaxing and enjoyable, sound sounds satisfactory as possible when the shuffleboard are moved and they touch something, beautiful graphics for a game of the genre, grandpa's table is really well realized. Levels are gradually rising, and new concepts are being introduced as we go along. Difficulty level, do not expect anything complicated. The vast majority of puzzles are really simple, and only the levels that give souvenirs of the grandfather are a little more complicated. Replayability, achievements achievements are activated by doing the levels with all the stars, nothing complicated, that's fine. Do not rely on my playing time, I would say a little less than a dozen hours to finish it. In short a puzzle type Sokoban, very pleasant. To spoil nothing, the game was made with open source tools. I really had a good time, recommended! GNU/Linux the Linux version is excellent, except multiscreen management. In "full screen" mode, the game allows the mouse to hover over the other screens, but goes into the taskbar, and changes the resolution/frequency of all the screens (one is entitled to a black screen a few seconds). In windowed mode, no worries to pass on the other screens, and the game does not minimize, but on the other hand when you leave the game, same thing: the game changes the resolution/frequency. Unfortunately, it bugs. On my system, if it puts two screens out of three, the last one goes in a frequency not supported, and I am entitled to a black screen. I have a script to set all this (I use it to activate the anti tearing mode of NVIDIA), but it's still not very normal:). OS: Linux Mint 18.3 x64, MATE Edition. Hardware: I7 7700K OC @ 5Ghz, NVIDIA 1080GTX, 32GB RAM. Screens: Triplescreen, including one vertical, one X screen.