I just finished a game called Wandersong, where you play as a bard on a quest to save the world with the power of music. I recommend it. It’s available on Steam and the Switch.
The PC version supports using the mouse and keyboard or a controller (I used an XBox controller). You use the left stick to move and right stick to sing. Each of the eight directions on the stick is a different note. The game is about solving puzzles and platforming. If you reach a point where you don’t know what to do next, try singing and see what happens. The game uses the simple concept of singing in a variety of ways.
The game has a great deal of dialogue. You can optionally talk to the same character multiple times until their dialogue is exhausted. So, if you have the option to get deep into the story or get just enough to keep the story moving. I found the main characters interesting and spent the time getting to know them. The bard is kind-hearted and relatable. The end of the story is awesome.
There are a couple annoyances I have with the game. One is that you often fall through platforms you should have landed on. Another is that is can be difficult to tell what parts can be walked on and what parts are background. It’s still a great game.
Has anyone else played it? What did you think of it?