Conversely, the graphics are quite well done, and some of the puzzles are genuinely fun to complete. Unfortunately, the frustrating aspects of Storm outweigh the enjoyable ones, and while it brings some interesting features to the table, there’s not enough going on here to make me ever want to play this game again, or recommend it.
In the end if you're looking for something a little different opposed to Need for Speed or the latest Battle Field game than Storm is that title and is a thinking gamers game. It's a peaceful and relaxing title that would be perfect on the iOS platform as well due to its simplicity and enjoyable format.
Storm is beautiful, thoughtful, and tranquil, providing some nice puzzle content to work through. It stutters a bit with checkpoints and introducing new info, but it’s never enough to completely derail its over all package. Though not overly gripping, Storm is worth more then a cursory look through a rain-slicked window.
Storm has a few physics annoyances but otherwise it’s a fun, creative puzzler with some decent depth and gorgeous production values. At $15 it’s a little on the pricey side, but it’s also a far sight prettier and more creative than Angry Birds.