NOT A GOOD GAME!
This game started out with a great intro, but quickly went downhill. The HO scenes were junkpiles, and not clearly drawn. Objects were not well-described and scenes were dark. Only the top-half of characters were shown, and not all puzzles had clear instructions. The game started out with a great story-line, but was very poorly developed, it could have been a great game.
January 28, 2012
Why didn't I look this up
I absolutely hate this game. Half of the items you can't even make out and you still can't tell what they are when you use a hint. I will be reviewing games from here on out. How disappointing
February 13, 2012
Zero Stars if I could.
Very boring game, the graphics where very flat. By the time your eyes stop watering from the dark scenes you forgotten what you are trying to do.
March 14, 2012
Not for Hidden Object Fans!
Terrible game! I love Hidden Object games and this one was the worst I have ever tried.
January 29, 2014
To much time spent waiting for a new scene.
January 24, 2012
Don't bring the Part II
It's one of the worst games that I've played! The objects were extremely small and the graphics too dark. The game features don't allow you to explore on your own.
To be continued? Please don't bring Part II if you don't improve a 100%.
July 14, 2012
Just Leaving Downtown Mad as HADES and coming up on West This Was A TOTAL Waste of a Coupon-ville
A. The positives. Oops. The Positive: A definite creep ambience if you like that sort of thing...and I do.
B. The Negative:
1. No instructions playing the puzzles thus far.
2. No Strategy Guide: yes, there is one for PC but not for Mac.
3. I wasted a coupon because I listened to the review of a TOP CONTRIBUTOR who referenced a great game that was almost missed. Only to find out that the puzzles used as examples for the whole game were found in the first 10 minutes of the game...and guess what? It goes downhill from there.
I don't mind that it is HOS after HOS. I kinda knew that when I started. What I didn't know is that the very difficult HOS are not so because of really great blending and subterfuge, but instead because of sleight of hand. A DARTBOARD the size of a dime. This is not a fair representation and it's not nifty or creative drawing. It's only difficult because it's misleading. Changing "perspective," i.e. changing size to something which doesn't represent reality is not brilliant developing, it's just disingenuous. I'm going to ask for my coupon back. I'm also going to suggest that reviewers clearly state how much of a game they've played while posting a review.
August 17, 2014