Amazing Adventures Riddle of the Two Knights
I love this game
This game is a basic HOG. But that is exactly what I love about it. It's a game that I will enjoy during a hectic day to just chill out for a while. I am very glad that I got it!
June 1, 2012
Another Amazing Adventure
This is a great basic HO game brought to us by the wonderful people who create the Amazing Adventure series.
There are no hidden agendas, no jumping back and forth on screens to find objects to continue the story. It's plain old hidden objects to find and thoroughly relaxing to play. The fact you can play in the relaxed mode is a major plus. I'm tired of all the dark, dreary, morbid HO games out there and this is a wonderful respite from them all.
August 8, 2012
Long HOG Game
This is an HOG game & only an HOG game. I am a fan of this genre but this was too much for me. I had to stop playing for a while - weeks - and then go back. Part of the problem was you visit the same scenes many many times.
I did like the bit of suspense of the storyline and that's what kept me going. It's a long game & you gets a lot of play time for the money.
I probably won't purchase any other games in the Amazing Adventure line but I'm not sorry I bought this one. It's a good game to relax with and not at all spooky or demon oriented.
August 2, 2012
it is fun to play because of the HO scenes. you don't have to squint to find the objects and that is such a relief. it is nice to have a game where the objects can be seen and you can relax and enjoy playing. kudos to the developers!! fast recharge on the hints as well and a skip on the games if you need it. the HO are also light not dreary like so many are.
July 31, 2012
Love this series!
These games are very relaxing and this one is no exception. Enough of the objects are well hidden so there is a level of challenge while not being so hard that it is frustrating. It pictures are not dark and the storyline is not so all consuming that one has to pay attention to every detail of it...you can follow it or not...whatever your pleasure....and that is just what this game is...pure pleasure!
July 1, 2012
It's All Good!!
I enjoyed this series.A good old fashioned game to relax and enjoy without time constraints.There is plenty to do with puzzles and various mini-games.But to be honest,having these included to try to make up for the redundance of having to complete about 25 missions and looking for the 60 crowns so you can then unlock the unlimited but by that time you are so leveled out of seeing the same levels (but with different objects to find) can you imagine the insanity of this but yes,I must be insane but its all about finishing the game..
The graphics are always well done and nice to look at..I will always be a die hard Hidden Object gamer and hope there will always by some company willing to make them for others who feel the same way.To improve such games like this one, because these games are so lengthly,the soundtrack gets redundant,.. I would recommend that a better variety of soundtracks are offered or some way in which we, as the end users, get to choose which kind of music we want to hear while we play the game and have a list offered that we can choose from...
June 3, 2012
This is what an HOS should be!
The crisp graphics make searching for objects delightful. There are no junkpiles here! There are no demands to find this or that in order to proceed to the next scene; it's pure hidden object at its best. There are so many objects hiding in plain sight, yet not obvious because you're taking in the whole scene. I've played this one over and over, trying to beat my previous scores. Suitable for ages 6-96.
November 28, 2012
Pleasant enough as a straight HOG
This is a straight HOG much in the same vein as the Mystery P.I. series. You're given a piece of a story to read at the end of each chapter of HOS's and a minigame. Each HOS has 2 crowns for a total of 50 that you must find to unlock bonus play. The bonus play is unlimited HOS's and the ability to play the minigames as much as you want. The graphics are sharp and clear and each HOS has one interactive step to perform such as find the knife and cut the fruit or put the basketball in the hoop. The music is low key and I kept it at a very low level.
When you're in the mood for a relaxing, straight seek and find this game fits the bill.
October 12, 2012
Another great Adventure
I purchased this game as soon as it was posted and enjoyed it thoroughly. The whole series is worth purchasing. I am so tired of games that are so complicated that they are no fun and just give me a headache. I hope that there will be even more in this series.
July 4, 2012
Who needs a storyline?
If all you are looking for is finding objects in a scene without a pesky storyline tying the scenes together, then this is the game for you. If you like *any* sort of point to why you are trying to find items, then don't bother with this one.
This game shouldn't have billed itself as a "mystery" when it is simply random scenes that have you magically find a chess piece at the end (which isn't even in the scenes).
June 10, 2012