Forgotten Riddles: The Moonlight Sonatas
Like my review for the other in the series, this follows the same format, in the mini-games and the riddles. Also like the other some of the riddles are a tad abstract and possibly a little too Americanised in some of the riddles so I had to guess the answers. If the games are going to be sold worldwide then the producers ought to recognise this in the production.
Other than the above the story is good, and you learn all about one of the greats in the classical music (the history is almost spot on with only a few tweaks to add 'something' to the story.
Good game, got this on a special 1/2 price offer, and would only recommend if similar offer, or going to use a 'punch' or other voucher code.
December 16, 2012
This is a game that's a mix of HOG & Riddles. My family and I really enjoyed playing it. I downloaded it with a 50/50 chance that I would like it or not based on the reviews, because thats what the reviews were, basicly 50/50. So I downloaded the free hr just in case.....BUT WITH IN 30 MINUTES OF PLAYING THIS GAME WITH OUR 17 YR OLD DAUGHTER....WE BOUGHT IT! It is a little different then the other HOG's because you have to find the objects based on riddles....Which made it more fun for our whole family. I would recommend this game if you are like me and enjoy HOG's, Brain Teasers, & Riddles because it is a mix of all three. I have played A LOT of the HOG's on BF & this one stands out as one of our favorites. Even our 17 year old daughter asks to play it for a few minutes before she goes to the beach (we live on an island of the coast of NC, anyway# next thing she realizes is that an hr has went by. We challenge each other to see who can find the most hidden objects with using the least amount of hints....& ANY GAME THAT BRINGS US CLOSER & WE SPEND TIME PLAYING TOGETHER IS A GOOD GAMES #especially at her age). I hope you at least try this game.....download the free hr & just give it a try. Good wishes to all-have a great day.....Off to play the game!!!!!
April 28, 2013
More like this, please!
Full marks to Blue Tea Games - the Forgotten Riddles games and Enlightenus I and II are really something different - keep it up!!
December 16, 2012