Iron Roses

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(Large File: 119.68 MB)

$ 9.99 USD

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Alex's true love in life has always been music, particularly the music of her former band, Iron Roses! Still dreaming of one day making it big in the music industry, Alex is frantically searching for her former bandmates and trying to convince them to enter the upcoming "Battle of the Bands". Track down their lost equipment, interact with intriguing characters, and use all of your problem solving skills in this exciting Adventure game!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 190 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
Iron Roses


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Iron Roses 3 5 2 2
Not hard, but I love it! I think this game is a lot of fun, and I've played it more than once. No, it isn't very challenging. The puzzles mostly consist of collecting things in a room, and they're not hard to find. But I really get into the story and enjoy it. May 27, 2014
An average linear game, to bring a band together (Nearly 3*) An easy, linear game, where you bring your band back together for a battle of the bands, in order to win that contract and make it big. Not much more than that really. I'd give this game a 55% rating. I am finding it hard to star rate this game, as it is not to the standard of game I've given 3* to in the past, but no where near as bad as the 'dislike' 2*'s I've given in the past for games I considered truly dire, but was too kind to give a 1* to. Pros: - Nice tutorial start - Good shortcuts: Space = walk faster, x2 click =go to other room immediately if you've been there before, Enter = flags actionable items/areas. All good for game speed. - Mini games: e.g. a HO to find pieces of objects followed by a puzzles to put those pieces together, shooting bugs representing computer viruses before they infect a machine completely, hitting areas of the screen where notes appear when a guitar is played, etc... Not hard games, but were nice to play. - The voice acting, in the main, is really very good and convincing. One of the best features of the game; though you can skip through conversations if you like (bottom left 'Next' button). - It took 3-4 hours to complete in one sitting, which felt like the right length of time for this game. - For all the cons I list below - the game play-ability is pretty okay. I was not thinking 'where is the end?' and did enjoy the game. I certainly don't feel cheated for buying it. Cons: - The main character's voice bugged me. It sounded a bit like Leila from Futurama but not quite. (Subjective opinion, other people might like it). - Not enough mini games, it felt quite a lot like "fetch" at times. - Characters were stereotypes with no additional fleshing out. A shame. - There is a manager who gets "bleeped" out a lot whilst ranting at you. Funny, but just letting you guys know in case you are sensitive to that kind of thing. - Very linear: No branching in game play or in conversations. you are only ever going to be doing one thing or responding in one way to get to the next step. - To pick up an object is not a simple double click. You click then select the pick-up icon: inefficient. - Not enough puzzles or mini games, and the ones which did exist were nice, but too easy. - The band music sucked. It made me groan and laugh at the end. Cheesy teeny type rock, Not epic or hard at all :) If you like stories about Rock bands, and want an easy straightforward game, this would be an alright purchase. October 7, 2012
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