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Youda Legend: The Golden Bird of Paradise

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After your trip to Amsterdam, the time has come for a relaxing holiday in Youda Legend: The Golden Bird of Paradise! It all seems peaceful, but again the journey will be nothing like you expected it to be. The tropical environments will bring you more than a relaxing time and cocktails at the beach as your Hidden Object skills are tested. Questions rise and irreversible decisions have to be made to finally reveal the mystery of The Golden Bird of Paradise!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.5/OSX_10_4
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • Hard Drive: 151 MB
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Youda Legend: The Golden Bird of Paradise 2.2 5 6 6
Gets boring fast Just an OK game for HOG. Just too many greats games out there to buy. August 8, 2012
A HOG in the Pacific After trying Curse of the Amsterdam Diamond I was curious to see whether the sequel would appeal to me a little more. This time our hero goes on vacation on a lovely atoll in the Pacific. The music is just as stunning as in the first installment. A few improvements have been made. There is still only 1 Mode, but: - the number of HO Scenes has been reduced - sparkling areas now indicate specific areas - there is a bit of interactivity in the HO Scenes - inventory items are now available for use like in many other games - puzzles and minigames can be skipped - hints are a little more eager to recharge [and you can speed them up by finding gems, like before] - the artwork is better, with a brighter and more colorful decor - there is more action than before, thus turning the game a little more into an adventure Puzzles and minigames are interesting, offering a fair level of challenge and, for some, quite a bit of originality. With its 5 chapters this game has a decent playtime. However, several of the previous imperfections or annoyances remain: - in each HOS the cursor goes wild after 3 misclicks - some HO Scenes are a gigantic pile up of junk, and although the huge objects have disappeared, the dwarves and the invisible thingies remain - hints do not always point accurately onto the searched object; the large blue circle sometimes fails to surround the object in question, and indicates the area just next to it; you need to spot the object in question off the center of the circle. - several HO Scenes take much to long to complete for these two reasons - linearity is still optimum - the intro is unsophisticated - no voice-over The 1 hour demo didn't take me farther than the start of the third minigame, because of a lot of time wasted in the first three HO Scenes, the first due to the hint not pointing where it should have, the second and the third for the same reason and also because they are overpopulated. If you love HOGs so much as to overlook all the flaws, you will certainly enjoy this Bird of Paradise. It does not offer enough adventure for me and even though I would have like to solve all the puzzles, purchasing this Youda #2 is, as far as I am concerned, just as unlikely as the Moon falling on Earth. January 9, 2012
could be better has potential too many dark objects especially the HO There was no way to see them even with the magnifier. This could have been a great game but it was too confusing and clueless March 16, 2012
Mediocre HOG I made myself play this game for half an hour, and wasn't thrilled. It's not the worst game out there, but it falls short even of the mediocre mark for me. It's a pure HOG game with some interaction thrown in. The story seemed to serve only as an excuse for all the HOGs and didn't capture me one bit. The HOGs themselves are junkpile; many items are way too dark/blurry. The hint system doesn't work too well and only shows the general area where an item is. For the end of chapter 1, you collect map pieces, and these clutter your inventory, so you always have to scroll to get to the things you really need. Somehow, everything always seemed like such a chore and not fun at all! Overall, I have to say that I wouldn't even buy this game if it was on sale, but I'm sure there are purists out there who would enjoy it when they don't have anything else to play. November 25, 2012
Slow and Frustrating This is the first time I've ever rated a game with 1 star. I think this game is the least fun I've ever had. It's constant HO scenes, and they are bad. The scenes are messy and very undefined. Even if you use a hint to find something, often you still can't recognize the item. Many times the hint button is off center and you're unable to find the item at all. I quit the game after 24 minutes, most of them frustrating. Everything about the game is slow. I'll not be buying this one. I think Big Fish should remove this game. I think it's quality is too poor. January 29, 2012
DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY this is the worse game i ever played. March 8, 2013
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