Forgotten Riddles: The Moonlight Sonatas
Strictly Hidden Object, barely an adventure.
I didnt like this game too much. The story started off good, but the gameplay got very repetitive and somewhat boring the second half of the game. It is strictly hidden object themed, and barely any adventure. If you like just looking for items in a roomful of stuff, then you might really enjoy this, because that is mostly what you do. You dont walk through levels and find hidden doors or use objects to open new pathways. You click on a room and find items. Thats it. If you like adventure, you might be disappointed, so play a trial before purchasing.
October 23, 2012
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
not for me
I wasted my money. If you like riddles then you get this one. Not a HO game at all. I did not play it long at all. Better play the trial first.
August 23, 2012
I opened the game, and really liked the music that was playing, and I seldom listen to the music on games. From what little I saw, the graphics were outstanding. Then I quit before the first riddle was finished. Why? I really really don't like games that are timed. I play games to kick back and relax and the last thing I want is for the games to be timed. Too bad, I was really looking forward to playing this game. I downloaded it today, along with the other riddle game 'The Mayan Princess'. After seeing the first one I decided to go ahead and check out the princess one in the hopes that maybe it wouldn't be timed. Alas, it was. Why can't game creators give us the option to play timed, or not?? Almost all of the new games these days DO give us that option; in fact it's not even considered in most of them, it's a given that they're not timed. From what little I saw of both these games I believe I would have enjoyed playing them. I wish they had not been timed.
January 28, 2013