Rangy Lil's Wild West Adventure
Very fun hidden object game
I've played around 15-20 hidden object games on here so far and this one is definitely one of my favorites. No walkthrough needed because it's not that challenging, but not super easy either...just right for me. LOTS of HOS and the mini-puzzles were some of the funnest ones I've played so far. I loved the concept of putting the two horseshoes in each scene to earn additional hints. Well worth the money.
December 31, 2011
I have played HO games for years and this is one that didn't make the list of play again. Hidden ofject is one thing, but some things were just plain obscure. I've seen better graphics, and mini games. The storyline static.
April 29, 2012
This is no adventure at all.
So, for some reason (we don't know why), Rangy Lil's ex has kidnapped their daughters. Off she goes to track them (across the desert), find them and bring her girls home.
The graphics are horrible. The color is so sepia-toned and monochromatic and the items you have to find so teeny-tiny they are impossible to find. The background music can become annoying after a while too.
This is strictly a hidden object game. But, the tiems, as I mentioned above, are way too small to be able to see them. Therefore, I quite after 35 minutes because I was getting a headache due to eye strain. The mini games gave little real instruction and ranged from relatively easy to impossible.
Rangy Lil (what kind of name is that anyway? Rangy? Really?) talks like some kind of illiterate cowboy while those around her speak with some level of education. It makes her stand out - and not in a good way. Throughout the game, you get a glimpse of "the girls" who are "growing restless".
A big blooper was caught early on when Rangy Lil asked someone if they had seen her ex and the girls. He replied that he hadn't seen the girls but he did see her ex. But, "they" left a few hours before she got there.
For the above reasons, and many more, this is not a purchase for me. Nor can I recommend it in good conscience to anyone who values their eyesight.
July 26, 2014