Like most of these games they take place in a fantasy world, which is well created and you actually get interested in their culture, but to sum it up, it's a small superstitious village of rice farmers and mussel fishers who believe left handed people are "tainted", and you guessed it, our hero is left handed. One day, a mysterious ship appears on the beach next to your house and everybody blames you for it. Is it a coincidence that this mysterious ship arrived next to your house? Only you can find out!
The first and most common complain is the disc swapping, but it's easy to overcome, just copy the files from the discs and you'll never need to swap them again! The interface is odd, since the cursor only appears when on top of an item you can interact with or on an exit, pixel hunting would be hell but the items aren't really that hard to find, so it's a matter of getting used to it.
The non-interactive scenes can't be skipped, including the walking between screens, which can be a bit frustrating, but not much. The acting in these scenes is OK, but oddly enough the "hero"'s acting is pretty bad, fortunately it's the other villagers who will do most of the talking.
The puzzles are mainly "item puzzles", and the real ones aren't too hard, but there are too few of them. The graphics are quite good like most Myst-like, but then again, I have a new TFT monitor and everything looks prettier. The game might be a bit short, unless you explore the game thoroughly and get immersed in the fantasy world.
The biggest damper in the game is the chance of getting a bug that appears at the end and won't let you finish the game, a bug which I got...
Ok, the real damper is the fact that is an "episodic" adventure, and you don't even get a proper ending when you beat it, just a "to be continued". The chances of the sequel actually been made are little since small games from small companies never do well enough...
In the end, it's a cheap game that adventurers might enjoy and should at least give it a shot.