Nightmare Adventures: The Witch's Prison
No Hidden Object LIST
This game was long and drawn out, contained too many puzzles. No hidden object list and the ending was disappointing.
April 16, 2012
Way too Hard
There should've been a disclaimer to this game. Even with a tutorial there weren't any clues on what you were supposed to be doing. The mini puzzles? Forget it. I barely made it through with the walk through! This should be played only by psychics.
March 7, 2012
- Good story line;
- No hidden objects in this game;
- Lots of puzzles to conquer - most are easy, some medium;
- No map, but you have a diary;
- Kiera has a camera so you can take pictures of any clue during the game to help solve the puzzles.
- Only one mode of play.
- Lots of reading to do.
- You have hint and skip buttons to help.
- Graphics and sound are good; no voice overs, except for the occasional few words from the witch to you when you solve certain puzzles - which are quite creepy.
- Game takes about 3-4 hours to play.
Overall a good game to play and definitely recommended.
July 5, 2013
So so game
It was ok game, it has some interesting moments but story wasn't so interesting to me.
I recomend this game for those who love the surprising moments
April 18, 2013
Nothing really special about this game. Wasn't horrible but not fantastic, but on plus really short.
February 19, 2013
My First 'Big Fish' Game Purchased
I initially played the 1-hour trial of this game and immediately purchased the full version once my time was up because I was enthralled with the settings and the promise of the storyline. I wish I had known how little game time was left after the point I had reached (thankfully it was purchased at the new user price).
The Witch's Prison definitely has a creepy, dark theme which was what drew me to it. The graphics aren't the best as far as characters go, but the locations are pretty well done. The witch herself was pretty terrifying but her appearance is very brief in the game. Tasks are fairly simple to figure out and pair well with the story (no unnecessary goose chases).
I can't say I recommend this game as a stand-alone but it may be worth it if you're interested in playing the sequel, 'The Turning Thorn' (but not necessary).
February 9, 2013
I had originally installed this on my old computer and couldn't deal with how slow the game was running. When I got my brand spanking new, totally up-to-date computer, I figured I'd give this game another go. Still slow. I found on the forums that this was pretty typical of this game. I played it all the way through, but found myself getting very impatient. It's a shame, because otherwise it was a fun game. Creepy at times, too. If there is a sequel then hopefully they'll fix this deal-breaking bug.
November 15, 2011
starts out promising completely falls apart in the end
This game actually started out quite well (that's why still two instead of 1 star for fun factor) until the story is taking a turn such that the story itself falls completely apart and makes the entire experience a big disappointment. A shame - could have been a very nice game.
Visuals/sound of the levels and scenes are done well enough that the trial lured me in.
The game is not very difficult - but it did intrigue me nonetheless from the aspect of challenge when I played the trial.
Bottom line don't waste your money if you don't want to be disappointed from a storyline that doesn't fulfill what it starts out promising.
June 11, 2013
did not enjoy
Puzzles had no clues at all as to what
to do. you were on your own to try
and figure out what to do with them.
Even the hints gave you nothing. Had
to skip a lot of them. No music or sound
hardly at all.
October 3, 2012
My challenge is to stay with the game!
Can't stretch my review enough to incorporate my disdain for the game. From the mispelled text to the final scene, I found little that could be called challenging, insightful, or intriguing.
March 3, 2012