Chaz at Twinfinite writes,
I think there’s a lot of unnecessary hate thrown at so-called “casual” games. There’s this idea that, in order to be worth playing, a game needs a big budget, flashy graphics, or a steep learning curve that meets the demands of seasoned players. Letter Quest: Grimm’s Journey does not rise to this standard. What it does do, though, is create a simple, approachable, and enjoyable experience that can engage players of many skill levels and ages, wrapped up with a tidy system of upgrades, challenges, and more. Simply put, it captures the essence of what a game ought to be without bothering to meet the idealistic standards that some gamers hold.