Stragegy with a Hidden Object Twist
I love this game and have played it over and over and over! You use hidden object scenes to put your stragegy into work to improve a culture.
December 17, 2011
addictive, great scenes, progressive
if you like to see blue herons fly by, this is for you. I've completed this game probably 30 times. Fun to fall back on to blank your mind.
November 15, 2011
This game is fantastic I have played it so many time.
When can we expect a sequel?
January 11, 2013
Love this game!
I've played this game three times so far and wish they made more like it!!!
November 10, 2012
A replay favorite.
One of the few games I enjoy playing over and over.
June 25, 2012
Incredibly Fun Hidden Object Game
Bought this game when 5 star games were $5.00. One of the best $5 I've ever spent. Can be played over and over.
February 3, 2012
Good, relaxing game!
I enjoyed this game alot. It was fun to watch your city grow, and prosper.
I haven't played many games like this. I usually play straight HOG's, which this has, plus building.
Hope I can find more games like this!
May 22, 2013
HO with a Twist
City-building, tech research, hidden objects. This one took me by surprise.
Need more food for the next tier of research? Go to the HO scene and pick them up. Want to upgrade a building? Go to another HO scene and get the necessary materials.
December 20, 2012
I played this game for 45 minutes without realizing how much time had passed because I was enjoying it. You rebuild a kingdom from scratch by gathering items and exploring areas. The backgrounds are animated and very realistic and the music is very relaxing. No need for rushing around you just take your time and find what you need.
I was very impressed with the game play, graphics,sounds etc.
I have many games by this developer and hope they keep making more.
December 4, 2013
Takes a bit of time to work out the best way to play
Yes it does seem a bit repetitive sometimes. I played the full hour of the demo before reading any reviews, then wished I had read the first one (by Ratatouille). This explains the game very well - I think the reason I got a bit dissatisfied was because I was just collecting resources more or less randomly without checking which ones I needed most. Didn't buy it straight away as I've already got several games which I haven't played all the way through, but I'm sure I'll buy it sometime if only for the artwork. It truly is in a class of it's own - so lifelike and delicately animated.
October 23, 2012