Vogue, The Explorer is a confusing "game". Firstly, it absolutely is a shameless Unity asset flip, one of the bravest we've ever had the chance to see, even!
As per the free Unity game kit's description, which explains far more competently what this thing is than its actual Steam listing. "A 3D project designed for non-programmers. Whether you're an artist, designer or anything in between, The Explorer: 3D Gamekit is an excellent way to see how this collection of elements (works in practice)." We're going to have to go with an 'in-between' in this case, for sure.
Developer's description of Vogue, The Explorer is as interesting and imaginative as the rest of the "development" process must have been: "You will need to use 3d platforming skills in order to evade. You will encounter some weird creatures that will attack you.". Are you sold on this game yet?
The most befuddling thing, however, must be the fact that none of the screenshots offered on the game's Steam page come even close to the visual fidelity that is showcased on the demo's Unity page, so not only has the "developer" straight-up lifted the demo whole, poorly composed a few levels for the players to try and enjoy, but they've also somehow managed to muck it all up when it comes to graphics.
However, not all is dire and dread for Vogue, The Explorer, as there's at the very least one person who seems to have enjoyed playing it! "I think this was a great game. It took me about 2-3 hours to finish it. There are some puzzles that you might get stuck. Nothing to complex. Platforming action where you have to jump from one place to other combine with intense battles. Could've been cheaper but the gameplay is ok."
This impeccable review is only underscored further by the fact that Vogue, The Explorer, which "could've been cheaper" has the base asking price of €2,39. Perhaps no further comment is necessary at this point, wouldn't you agree?