It’s still a game where puzzles are never very complex, and you probably won’t get stuck if you don’t know what to do, but since Milkmaid is more of an interactive story with light puzzles and elements of adventure gameplay, at least the plot is still very exciting. Milkmaid” was quite a traditional game of point and click games, but, frankly speaking, the puzzles themselves did not offer much resistance, because the title was more about the experience of history, characters and stupid humor than the tension in the brain. I think if you liked the history and humor of “Milky Way Girls”, you will probably have a great time playing “Hug”. I noticed that movement in the environment can be a bit uncomfortable, and fixed camera angles can sometimes be uncomfortable, but in general it is worth taking these little inconveniences to explore this interesting world further and continue the story. Sean once wrote about the shutdown button and said: “As long as you don’t expect too much from the mechanical side of things, you’re probably just as absorbed in Embracelet as I am,” and in my experience, I think that’s absolutely right. You’re playing the role of Norwegian teenager Jesper, whose grandfather “gave” him a mysterious bracelet that allows “forcibly moving objects like Luke Skywalker”. There is also a mysterious story that tells how his grandfather got the bracelet and some of the things he did in his past by using the power of the bracelet. He asks he to visit a small island in the north where he grew up and a place where he never returned after the “incident” with the bracelet. The game is often striking in its beauty, although overall it is still very simple. There is a similar chord, although it is much more emotional and often a serious story. Your task will be to discover the secrets of your grandfather’s past and fulfill his promise to “return” the bracelet to him from where it came from. A hug is a child’s adventure.