Fierce Tales: The Dog's Heart
I had to do a review for this game. I haven't finished it yet; however, I just had to let you guys know that it is addictive. Beautiful graphics, music and captivating storyline.
I highly recommend this game!
August 7, 2013
Great Hidden Object game
Great game for any level. The scenes are clear and sometimes misleading
September 20, 2012
This was a fun game. Not too hard and not too simple. Seemed longer than most games and that was really nice. Too many games are over practically before they begin. Liked the cute dogs and all of the interaction. Would love to have another one like this one.
August 12, 2012
Lots of dogs and you save them...
Well done, complicated, good graphics, they did good, tried hard, I liked it a lot. It's a good story, very nice landscapes, good plot.
August 4, 2012
The graphics are great but was a little to dark, Story was good. they made me curious from the being when the man fell off the cliff. I had to find out where the story was going. I played till the end.
I recommend this game TO ADULTS ONLY.
August 4, 2012
finally a game that's not dark
I enjoyed this game because it didn't have to do with death and graveyards. Storyline interesting and fresh!! Graphics good and HOS very clear.
August 3, 2012
It?s The Cute Factor
BASED ON CE GAME COMPLETED SEVERAL TIMES
It?s been almost a year since I played this game, and was all agog at how beautiful it was. And exciting. And most importantly, CUTE.
A gorgeous little puppy is kidnapped by monster dogs whilst trying to protect two equally adorable little kids. As we race off to find her, we instead find a brave but injured bulldog, and that dog too is grabbed! My heart ached for those dogs. Thereafter the game is littered throughout with doggy images and folklore.
This game is delightful alright. You have absolutely beautiful graphics, some very imaginative scenes (my favourite is the fountains), excellent cut-scenes.
You have an involving story, plenty of well done iHOs and puzzles (easy and familiar), and lots of travel.
There?s a ?jump? map, but I didn?t find it useful in any other way. No interactive components.
There are no collectibles or achievements.
It?s quite lengthy, but there?s nothing, really, other than the dogs to distinguish it.
Although one thing that did stand out for me was how quiet this game was. It?s eerie. I even had to turn up the volume to hear the very pleasant and relaxing music.
CE or SE? Will you miss anything? I?m tied. Both games register four stars, taking in the differences in price and content.
If you?re interested in new puzzles particularly (all the new ones seem to be in the bonus game), or fear you?ll be needing a strategy guide a lot, I?d recommend the CE. But the rest is just chaff, wallpapers etc.
April 11, 2013
I was super excited about this one but when I started playing, I became mildly disappointed.
Theres 3 levels of play: Casual, Advance and Hardcore. So do not purchase SG. Theres a journal and a map so theres no back and forth as you can 'teleport' to the scene you need to be in. Puzzles and HOs are easy and typical. Storyline was not gripping. A few V/Os.
Just not the game I expected. I purchased it at a discount so I wasnt kicking myself for purchasing. I wouldnt buy the CE.
I would recommend for the intermediate player.
August 10, 2012
Good Solid Game
The opening cutscene is a little disturbing with its dog attack in front of the children. It is not the only alarming cutscene. On the plus side, surely the puppy (Pippa) will be saved. It is not the most challenging or thinky game. You can easily figure out what needs to be done next and how to do it.
Good balance between HOS, puzzles and adventure. The HOS are well drawn with fairly sized objects. The interactive map aids in having to travel to a lot of different locations, just to collect various parts of objects before they can be assembled. You come across many newspaper articles telling of current and past events in the town, but your journal only records the most pertinent, bare bones facts. Graphics are nicely detailed but bleak (after all, it is winter and snowing). The characters are unrealistic, as are the voice overs. Music is pleasant and relaxing.
July 27, 2012
Very enjoyable HO/puzzle/exploring game
This game has a good balance of exploring, puzzle solving and Hidden Object scenes. It has enough HO scenes to give you the objects you need, but not so many that you get fed up with sorting through piles of junk. The storylines of these games are always a bit silly but, being a dog lover, I was motivated to get on with solving it because I wanted to retrieve my poor lost doggie and also save the cute little pup with the bleeding paw -- but don't worry, the game is neither cruel nor sentimental. The graphics are well drawn and the music is quite motivating and not at all monotonous.
You have to backtrack a lot between the various scenes. At certain points I was aware of being short of quite a few objects, and you have to remember what's needed and where it's needed so you can go back there when you find it. I enjoy this mental challenge but I know some gamers prefer a more linear game.
The puzzles and mini-games are fairly easy but some of them are a bit different from the norm.
There was enough gameplay to keep me busy for several evenings, though the ending is a little abrupt. Overall, one of the better games of this genre, I think.
August 14, 2012