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    Scarf Review

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    Scarf is a 3D puzzle platformer where you play as this guy who helps a scarf that can morph into other things. Here is our Scarf Review.

    It was developed by Uprising Studios and published by HandyGames, it was released on December 23, 2021, for PC but was in 2023 released for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S

    Scarf is a perfect example of a chill and laid-back platformer, it has a story that doesn’t need much to get invested in and the platforming and puzzles are not too crazy but also not too easy, some will take some thinking and looking around but everything you need for that specific part is always close by if you look good enough, something I sometimes did miss due to just not looking good enough.

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    The game doesn’t really overstay its welcome, with the game being around 3/4 hours, it is just the perfect length to play for a day when you are bored and aren’t sure what to play, it’s a one-and-done game, and that’s honestly just fine and doesn’t need to be more then it currently is. The puzzles are varied enough for the time you spend with the game, but I do wish they were just a little more varied.

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    What really stood out for me was the visuals, I just really liked the character design and how it stands out in this sandy world or how much the colors popped in the grasslands, the game does such a perfect job making you feel like you actually to different areas that it makes it feel fresh each time you got to one of these places.

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    SUMMARY

    Its a fun platformer that doesn overstay its welcome

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