Flux Family Secrets: The Book of Oracles
Really great and fun game
The third chapter of the flux family is a succes. Well calibrated, long enough. But one little lack, there no indication were we are in the game. Playing in 6/7 world in the same time, there's come a time you said well I want to go there, how do I do that. But it's a minor, I would say default, it doesn't affect the quality and the fun the game give>
July 11, 2012
Finally everything makes sense!!
Okay to get down to business - Book of Oracles does the great job of actually tying up all the loose ends and explaining some - okay all of the confusioin - I was left with after playing part two. The whole series is an interesting way of learning a little history. My kid nephew played the first one (even though the main character was a girl) and was interested enough to actually learn more about history. (I know it amazed me too.)
While the play isn't going to appeal to everyone it does hit it out of the park for those of us who do love the series. There were a few times I was left running back and forth trying to figure out what I missed. I hate hitting the hint key and avoid it as much as possible - and the only puzzle that gave me problems was one that I apparently hit in Chapter 7 at the wrong time. I got the first part of the puzzle completed but it won't let me do the last part. Apparently I did the puzzle out of order - but it was a quick fix of going through one portal to look at something I know I looked at before and bam! Problem solved!
If you want the whole story - especially if part 2 left you wanting to smack a few family members - I really do suggest buying Book of Oracles. You may - like I did - find yourself not wanting to smack certain family members anymore and find the answers to questions I know I had after the first two games.
Try it - good or bad - you now know for yourself if this is a series for you or not.
July 8, 2012
I have all the Flux series and this is one of the best! Great sound, bright and clear colors, hos lots of fun and the story line keeps you interested to know what comes next. Great game and lots of fun. Good job dev.
July 6, 2012
A Fan of Flux Family Secrets!
First time Flux Family Secrets Gamers must think we fans are a bit off for giving such rave reviews. This sequel is a bit of a shock at first due to so much disarray. Absolutely purchase and play the two previous FFS Games and you'll see why! The house and everything in it is grand, immaculate and everything is in perfect order!
Jesse caused a Ripple and we must all help her set it right!
I have played FFS Games many times over. Enjoy the plot, music, sound effects, crystal clear graphics and the mini-puzzles are always interesting and unique.
At first play, I was surprised as "The Book of Oracles" has more HO's than I remember in the previous sequels. However, as all things with Flux Family Secrets, the game is to be enjoyed and relished. -Mama Mia-
July 5, 2012
I absolutely love the Flux Family series! Each one is better than the one before it. Not surprisingly, this new addition to the series is no exception-I thoroughly enjoyed this game!!
July 4, 2012
Flux is FUN
thoroughly enjoyed the first two games in this series and bought Book of Oracles without playing the trial and was in no way disappointed.
July 3, 2012
Started off a liitle messy trying to find objects, but i found it enjoyable. Would buy this game so i can finish it!!!.
July 1, 2012
Good, but hard to navigate through some things
I love the series, and bought it immediately. But was disappointed in the navigation of the game. It was not up the standard of the previous Flux Family games. Because of that, the flow was disrupted, and was frustrating at times.
Still, I recommend the whole series!
July 13, 2012
I enjoyed this game, loved the graphics and enjoyed the story
July 8, 2012
Fun and intriging game
Love the Flux family games hope more are to come!!
July 1, 2012