Adrift is a new puzzletale from PostCurious in which players will take on the role of an expert dream interpreter in order to help someone understand the significance of the messages received through their subconscious. Solve your way through strange writings, beautiful illustrations, and various physical artifacts to discover a mysterious and ethereal world.
Adrift is played through four parts which can be completed in any order, each representing a different elemental spirit (Sky, Earth, Water, and Forest.) Each section of the game contains three sequential puzzles told through poems, an illustrated poster, and a physical item which needs to be assembled in order to derive a solution phrase.
-description from designer
Solo, 2 Players, 3 Players, 4 Players
90m – 180m
Cooperative Game, Solo / Solitaire Game, Storytelling
Adrift is a wonderfully designed puzzle game that I loved playing through. The art is so beautiful and all the little components are delightful to play with and discover the use of! I can’t recommend it highly enough.
very good puzzle game,amazing production quality, but a bit easier and shorter than the previous ones from the same publisher,maybe better for 1st timers to such games
Adrift was a bit of a nice "reset" box as someone at least steeped in the genre. I quite enjoyed my time with it and feel it was well worth the purchase. The puzzles themselves are - generally - on the easier side, and when you factor in the sublime production values of the artwork and components this is truly a fantastic introduction for someone less familiar. It gets a 9 because my sole complaint is that it feels like it's missing a "last hurrah" as a design. The puzzles are designed to be solved sequentially, with one answer informing the next in a set of four different lines, and I wish they all together had you solve one final puzzle. It would have been a nice, thematic capstone to the box and put a true end to the sequence which is otherwise solvable in whatever order you choose.