Curse of the Pharaoh: The Quest for Nefertiti
Curse of the Pharaoh The Quest for Nefertiti
The challenge and fun are taken away from the game due to the hint tells you where everything is. It does not give you any time to have a good look. Very disappointed as the other two Curse of the Pharoahs I have are good. It is more differences than hidden object.
December 5, 2011
Waste of time !!!
I bought the game as an extra deal ...... huge mistake !!!
Only 2 things are very good:
1. It's a very short game
2. I don't have to play this game ever again
Boring, repetitive, easy and was the same over and over again: 4-6 scenes with find the differences + 5 coins, then 1 scene with find 4 items + collect the same 5 pieces of the same mask.... And that is about it....
I wont recommend this game to anyone - not even beginners
June 15, 2012
This game was awful I didn't understand what was going on. I don't really like spot the difference games but being intrigued about Nefertiti I decided to buy it....Big Mistake. Took forever to find the differences and didn't see how finding the difference went with the game.
December 16, 2012
This is an old game, and yet the developers have never addressed some fatal errors that make the game unplayable at points. As in - you have to start over from square one and remember not to accidentally lock yourself out of moving forward again by doing something they could have easily patched away.
In addition, the game play itself is pretty basic. Definitely not worth the hassle of starting over once I encountered the fatal bug.
December 11, 2011
Simple and repetitive
First of all, this is not a hidden object game; it is a spot the differences game. There are two versions of the same scene and you have to locate the differences. Each level of the game is exactly the same. You locate differences between the scenes and place one missing object back in its place. Because each scene is so visually similar to all the others and most of the differences are obvious, the game quickly becomes dull and repetitive. It feels like you are repeating the same scene over and over again. At the end of each level is a very easy "puzzle." They were very easy match the corresponding items puzzles. The mini-games get old really fast as well. There are two versions of the game that you can play - hard and easy - this was a review of the hard version. I can't imagine how simple the easy version must be.
January 27, 2013