Review – Inoqoni Puzzle Adventure Android ZTE ZMAX2


It is not often that I come across something this cool on Android.  It seems that mobile gaming is becoming more and more saturated with action based massively multiplayer online role-playing games.  Then there are the plethora of time management games like Avengers Academy and Family Guy – The Quest for Stuff.  That is why, when I discovered Inoqoni, I had to do my best to bring it to the attention of more people.  If you want an adventure game with a twist then here you go.

The story goes something like this.  You control a little girl who has been imprisoned in a tower.  She is not alone though.  There are butterflies that try to guide her if she can capture them and there is a magic mirror that assists in her traversing the rooms.  You must help her make her escape.

It is that magic mirror that provides the gaming hook in Inoqoni.  There is an outline of the mirror elsewhere in the room and pressing the button transports everything around.  A mirror reflection if you will.  If you are standing in front of the mirror and press the button you will be transported too.  Have an object, such as a box, in front of the mirror?  That will transport too.

2D side scrolling adventure heavy on puzzles.  Yes, please.

This adds a ton of uniqueness to the puzzles as many require you to bring items through.  Other rooms require you to send just an object through the mirror so that you can make it around in the original “non-flipped” room.  The key to the door is hidden somewhere, sometimes in plain sight and sometimes not.  Avoid enemies as it is one touch and you are dead in Inoqoni.

The experience in Inoqoni is unique and interesting.  Grab this one, enjoy it and leave a rating on Google Play with your comments so the developer may be spurred to make more like it.

Inoqoni by Hikari7
Genre: Adventure, puzzle
Platform: Android (ZTE ZMAX2 used for review)
In App Purchases: Yes
Rated: E for Everyone on Google Play
Available now on Google Play

Carl Williams

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