Spirit Soup: The Queensbury Curse
Okay, low budget game. No bells or whistles here.
This is a small-house production, as evidenced by the half-page of credits. The computer graphics are crude, the characters have no depth at all. The story is cobbled together. Gameplay is okay, kind of fun. I had a lot of trouble with the sailor's puzzle, which unfortunately is repeated three times. Not sure it's a reasonable puzzle, or if my mind just doesn't bend that way. Decent but not great game play. In short: if you get it, get it on sale.
December 8, 2011
A little fun, but very short game!
I liked the game, but it was too short for me to spend so much money on it :(
November 28, 2011
Expections Not Met!
I found the story line confusing; hints quickly recharged;
game not challenging -- just relaxing to play.
August 24, 2012
Dead end and no help in sight
This game was fun until about 2 hours into it I reached a dead end and there is not walkthrough or forum available for help. Every available scene's hint said there is no more I can do in this scene; search elsewhere. I spent another hour searching for a breakthrough but ended up stumpted and clueless. I wasted my money on this game.
November 30, 2011
Fun, Too Short
This is a good game that I'll keep for my kids, but I found it to be so short that the story didn't make sense. I won't be looking for the sequel.
January 21, 2012
A trial sized game
I played the trial and liked it enough to buy it. After that hour though, the rest of the game was practically one type of puzzle in a few different places and then done. They knew just how far you could get in your hour trial and after that there is no more effort put into this game. Enjoy the trial but don't buy it.
July 11, 2013