1001 Nights: The Adventures of Sindbad
There were too many hidden objects and it took way too long for the hints button to recharge. Not much of a story line.
January 16, 2012
really let down on this one
this game had the potential to be fun. it had a good storyline with adventure however the fun was ruined by the little blink that would let me know where every item i was looking for was. if i had wanted a hint to find an item i would have pressed the hint button. I litteraly could not injoy looking for items and the cutting in of chalida to point out the obious? made the game a little irritating, i was starting to look to see if i had gotten a game meant for a 8 yr old by mistake. I got the feeling the game creators didn't think i could figure anything out or think for myself.
May 22, 2012
As the other reviewers have said, sparkles appear over the hidden objects. It takes all the fun out of the game. I got halfway through the free trial but didn't want to continue. Apart from that, it seems to be a game more suitable for kids than adults.
November 26, 2012
The storyline is just boring. The hidden items are so very small it's nerve wrecking to try and find them. Still it's pretty easy to pass the levels in the easy mode I played since sparkles indicate the objects or the correct moves. I only played the trial and the only challenge was to hit the tiny items.
September 24, 2014
Objects couldn't get any smaller
Why do developers insist on creating seek and find games with
items so tiny? This boggles the mind.
The only way I could find the objects was to wait for the sparkles. I closed this game after I filled the jars with the 3 spiders. Too bad to, bcos it would have been a fun game if
only I could see the objects.
Also, I agree with the other comments as to the sparkles
coming on to soon. This does not give a chance to find
the objects. But in this case, being the items are so tiny,
it was a good thing.
September 24, 2014
TRIED TO PLAY IT, AND IT WOULDN;T PLAY. IT WAS CRASHED BEFORE I GOT STARTED. IT NEEDS TO BE REDONE.
September 23, 2014