[PlayStation 4] 112th Seed Review
112th Seed from eastasiasoft, Nerd Games, and Slider Games, is a 2D puzzle platformer on PlayStation 4. Learn more in our 112th Seed review!
In 112th Seed from eastasiasoft, Nerd Games, and Slider Games, you will play as a very charming sentient seed. In the year 2600, people left Earth since there was no food left for humanity. One last lab was created to try and create a new plant species that would save humans. None of the seeds were viable, and the 112th seed never sprouted. The last three scientists placed themselves inside of preservation capsules, hoping for a miracle to happen. A little bit later, the 112th seed sprouts…
You will be controlling the titular 112th seed as you take on some puzzle-platforming action. You will move with the left analog stick or the D-Pad, jumping with the X button. You will have to push crates or large drops of water to solve each of the game’s puzzles. You will need to be careful when pushing the drops of water around because if they fall from too high, they will pop and you will have to start over.
The seed can be planted in fertile, humid soil, so once you place a drop of water on some soil, you can press the Circle button to plant the seed, which will quickly grow into a plant that will serve as a platform for the seed, which will quickly fall out from the plant. The Circle button can also be used to interact with flowers that will allow your seed to fly, or to activate switches that will make doors open. Do you have what it takes to complete all 70 levels as you unlock more abilities?
Trophy hunters will be happy to learn that the trophies for this game are completely unmissable since they will unlock as you complete 30 out of the 70 levels that the game has to offer. This means you’ll be getting two Silver and eleven Gold trophies by completing levels 1 to 13, as well as levels 15, 20, 25, and 30. On top of this, 112th Seed has a full trophy list with a Platinum trophy ready for you! Depending on your experience with 2D puzzle platformers, you could end up unlocking the Platinum in an hour or so.
If you’re looking for a fun 2D puzzle game with a good difficulty curve and plenty of content to enjoy, with easy to understand gameplay mechanics, then 112th Seed is a good option on Sony’s console. You’ll be spending a handful of hours to complete all of the game’s 70 levels. 112th Seed is out now on PlayStation 4 with a low $4.99 asking price.
This 112th Seed review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by eastasiasoft.