Munin is a neat puzzle game from Daedalic Entertainment. There is no speaking, little music, just you and your mind trying to figure out the puzzles.
So who or what is Munin? Munin is a raven, a loyal messenger of Odin, the father of the gods. But one day, he falls prey to a capricious prank by Loki and is transformed into a little human girl, and his feathers are stolen. The feathers are scattered across all the worlds of Yggdrasil, and Munin can only regain his true form once he has found them all.
So you will play that little girl and your job in each level is to collect the black feathers. To do that you will need to move the landscape to find the correct path to them. When you get the final one, you will be whisked away to the next level.
There is no score nor stars nor lives; you can die on any level but you simply restart that level. The game is divided into chapters with a total of 81 levels to explore and they must be played in order. To move your character is are two on screen buttons- one to move in 4 different directions and a button to jump.
The game is very enjoyable and easy to pick up and play when you have a few minutes. The graphics are well done and fit the story nicely. If you enjoy puzzles, then you should give Munin a look.