OVIVO (PC) review
"Back to black. And then white again. Then black once more. Then white."
Ovivo isnít as humble as it initially wants you to believe. With no warning, no padding and no tutorial, youíre dumped right into the thick of it and forced to figure out the gameís mechanics and controls off your own back and on the fly. That might be a big ask, only Ovivo is commendably simple; you control a dot exploring a monochromic landscape and thereís only three buttons required to do that.
Left and right is pretty straight forward, but relying on this alone wonít get you very far. Roll only a few meters to your right and youíll reach an impasse: a steep slope you cannot surmount. You could stop there and chalk Ovivo up as a short, sharp, powerful message about accepting futility, or you could press the spacebar. Doing this changes the colour of your dot and has it melt into the floor, turning up into down and down into up -- meaning that once harsh slope is now a friendly decline, easily surpassed.
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