Diamon Jones: Devil's Contract
The 3rd Diamon Jones is disappointing
Compared to the other two Diamon Jones Adventures (Eye of the Dragon + Amulet of the world) this third part is very disappointing. The story is shorter, not so tricky and the challenges are much more obvious. When you enter a scene you can already spot all the things to be collected you just have to wait for the dialogue to come to the point. Solutions for getting out a trap or fighting the evil are very simple. Also its made very obvious which things have to bee combined to get the result. It took me only about 2 hrs to get through the complete game, while I took several afternoons for the other two Diamon Jones adventures to get to the final.
January 4, 2012
Not Worth Playing
What drove the developers to come up with this sub-par pseudo-adventure is beyond me.
After two very good incursions into the gaming world, this team of developers, artists, and others, has given us nothing more than a hidden object game with no voice-overs, no exciting mini-games, no graphics to mention, and, in short, not much of anything.
I'm sorry to say that I can't recommend this game.
April 21, 2013
If the developers had called the third Diamon Jones game something different I would not have been so disappointed. However, having thoroughly enjoyed the first two in the series, I came to this one with high expectations and it fell far short. This is not an Adventure game - it is a repetitive and quite boring Hidden Object game.
November 25, 2012
The bell tolls for Diamon Jones
I liked the two previous installments of Diamon Jones very much with their zany humour, funny comments, amusing cartoons, whacky storyline ... but this is a big disappointment, a very weak decoction.
Just find some objects, do some interactive things with them and in a matter of a few hours, you will have finished the game.
Definitely no buy and I have the impression that with this episode the bell tolls for Diamon Jones. Pity.
August 7, 2012