Maestro: Music of Death
OK, but depressing
The music was annoying, and the colors were dull. Not a very attractive game. Game play was OK. I recommend this game if you are a horror fan.
July 1, 2012
Not very challenging
Overall it was an average game, the puzzles were not challenging and for most of the game you are moving back and forth within a rather small map. The locations did expand later in the game but they don't allow deeper exploration, most of the time you'll only get a HO scene or find one object to clear the area.
April 1, 2012
HO HO HO within seconds of each other
Lots of junk piles, upon junk piles. As you finish one grainy junk pile looking for fish, bells, pipes and treble clef here goes another for you to do - no breaks in between. Well I began making my own breaks by ignoring some of them and doing other things like wandering from room to room but eventually I must do them. If you like delving into piles of grainy junk looking for stuff just for looking sake then dive in fishes and go look for starfishes, crawfish and crabs that have no connection with the game. Showing the same scene over and over again with the same junk. I started playing this game and stopped, weeks later I played to the end just to see it through.
October 9, 2013
Are You Kidding Me!!??
I am the first one star review...are you kidding me!!?? I really did not like this game, but I am not a quitter so I played through. I never thought I would be able to say this but....this was waaay to easy. The HOS were grainy and dull. There was too many of them, but that is because the HOS were the main way to get items for you to use, about 90%. They would give you items in the room just before you needed it in the next area. Yikes! It was mind numbing boredom.
June 21, 2013