Spirit Soup: The Queensbury Curse

Spirit Soup: The Queensbury Curse

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After your great uncle passes away, you move to Queensbury to help run the family business. Shorty after you arrive, however, you begin to have recurring nightmares and are afflicted by the curse of Queensbury! Lift the dangerous curse by following an ancient recipe and concocting a fresh batch of the cure in Spirit Soup: The Queensbury Curse, a hilarious Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

  • Hilarious storyline
  • Fantastic gameplay
  • Lift the Queensbury curse!

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/8
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 115 MB

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Spirit Soup: The Queensbury Curse is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 20.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun for all ages I play a lot of games similar to this and this one was challenging and fun at the same time. My 4 year old granddaughter has played it 4 times and enjoys it every time.
Date published: 2012-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really Cute I like this game so much that I ran out of trial time (flew right by me) and was dissapointed. Will have to buy the game to finish playing. Lots of objectives (things to do before you can move on). I like variety and this is really cute. This game receives the People's Choice Review "5 stars".
Date published: 2012-03-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Short But Fun Adventure Game I started playing this game at 10:30pm and I finished it at 12:30am so its a rather short game but I had fun playing it so thats all that matters. This plays like a hidden object game but its mostly an adventure game. I say mostly because there are a few things that people need you to find and so it becomes like a hidden object game in a sense but there are only 2 of these scenes that I remember so its way more adventure. You are trying to save Queensbury, your beloved town that you just moved to. Since your grandma owns a soup restaurant well more like soup carnival booth lol you are in charge of finding the ingredients needed to make this spirit soup that will put the spirits to rest. Not all that exciting but it moves along well and I like making potions. There are bonus features in this game, like once you play it, you get to play all the mini games over again and they aren't identical to the ones in the game so thats a nice feature. Even though I liked the game, I didn't really want to play them again. The puzzle you do 3 times to end the curse was pretty hard. In fact I could only get the 3rd one which you'd think would be the hardest based on what characters tell you but the others were mind bending which I loved. The hint button directs you in this game if you are in the room you need to be however if you aren't, it will tell you "There's nothing to do here". This didn't bother me because it didn't have a lot of locations so it wasn't a lot of wandering around not to mention you have a map where it stars the objectives you have. You cannot use the map to jump but that didn't bother me either. There is only ONE difficulty level and glints do appear if you take too long to do something but they weren't overly intrusive so they didn't bother me. There are no voiceovers but this is an old style game so I didn't expect there to be. My only criticism is how short it is because it could have taken you to lots of places for the ingredients instead of around in a circle. My other criticism is the lack of tasks because it often felt like there was nothing to do. However, since I have never heard of Twilight Games, I give them kudos for an adventure game that kept my interest and made me want to dig out my large file games to get the real deal. I recommend this to casual gamers, people new to adventure games and want to challenge themselves and those who like indie games. This is not very mainstream at all. When I demoed this a couple years ago, I remember thinking it was sooo hard. When I played it now however, I found it to be a sort of a cakewalk although enjoyable. Oh how times change.
Date published: 2014-01-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice game, but way too short My reviews are all based on full gameplay. I bought this (or rather used a free game code) because I liked the old-style feel of the graphics and the overall simplicity of style. There are no hidden object scenes per se, rather several lists of items you are given to find. There are also ocassionaly items to collect in the scenes. The puzzles are challenging and the whole feel of this game is different to most of what is out there. There's also a bit of humour which you don't often get. It makes a refreshing change. However, I have one major criticism. This game is much too short! I'm not sure I would have bothered buying it had I known that. I reckon that it didn't take more than two hours to play the whole thing. I think that you should at least get 3 1/2 to 4 hours for a game. Beyond that, it you don't mind the length of a game I would still recommend this one if only for its change of pace.
Date published: 2013-05-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Fun, Easier Adventure Game For those new to adventure games or just want to try one out, this is a perfect game for you. Great visuals and helpful hint button. It is a short game but you will have fun playing. Be sure to do things in the order listed or you may run into problems with this one. I totally enjoy it for a rest my brain type of game :)
Date published: 2013-05-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun, light adventure not tooooo frustrating! Pure adventure, no HOS. No voice overs, written text only. Music is soft background and relaxing. There are puzzles that are unique and fun. Puzzles come with 3 different hints, you access one at a time as needed. There is a skip button. Upon completion of game you will be able to play 3 different types of games…the same types that are in the game, just different configuations. There is a journal that lists your goals to help keep you on track, and a map (it is not interactive/teleport). There is an occasional sparkle and your curser will turn into a magnifying glass when you need to look closer at something. Very enjoyable. I did go to the forum in the very beginning for a hint. You do have a hint button in the game, but it usually just says “nothing to do here, try somewhere else” or it will highlight a spot where you need to do something but not tell you exactly what to do. There will be some gray matter exercised here. As adventure games go it is fairly short, maybe 4 hours give/take. Graphics are drawn and very basic but everything fits together to make it an enjoyable game.
Date published: 2012-08-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Adventure: Light! Bought this game based on glowing reviews in forums and the demo - the didn't get around to playing it for nearly a year! Began playing and initially thought, "Why did I buy this? I don't like it!" Then as I continued on my quest for Spirit Soup I found myself saying "I LOVE this game! It's super fun and funny!" Runs glitch free & soooo speedy compared to some ginormous #albeit lovely# CE games - I feel like I'm flying from scene to scene! It is for sure an Adventure game - but don't fear if that's not your cup of tea - this one is light play compared to Myst or Siberia or some of the many other adventure games I cut my teeth on "Back in the day". Even adventure novices likely won't bang their heads into their keyboards more than a couple times! Hints have proved most helpful, there is a journal & characters help remind you of your goals too! Toss in the custom cursor & it's a challenge - but not so frustrating you can't enjoy the story as you go. Happy Gaming!
Date published: 2012-05-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Short and Sweet ! I love this made house game ! You always found something fresh and new. Great job to the team ; o) The + : Fun story, real hidden objects list (its a rare thing), good music and graphics (except for the temple they miss a little "holy" atmosphere) and original puzzles (its even more rare !) with an option to replay it. The - : Too short (it takes me 2 hrs no hints, no skip) This game is perfect for the beginner. For an expert I found this game very easy but very well made.
Date published: 2012-01-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cute, but rushed I wanted to review this game for two reasons. First, it had no artificial hidden object games which is a real treat. Second there were hints that the developers are fans of the old Sierra game adventures. With a bit more imagination and better story/plot/character development, they might be able to provide us with some fun games. I want to reward them for their logical game play. Next time, make it more challenging and a bit longer.
Date published: 2011-12-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from There IS a Walkthrough for this Game BigFish did NOT post any kind of a walkthrough but you'll find a walkthrough stickied on the 1st page of the forum comments entitled something along the line of User-friendly walkthrough; I believe it's the 3rd post down. However, I did find another walkthrough on another game site that provides a few screenshots which made the game and instructions easier to understand. This game helped me to understand that I'd been playing Adventure games all along -- this game just has almost no hidden objects in it as the hidden object games do. I DID enjoy the game but finished feeling quite unrewarded by the game and I don't know why; it just seemed anti-climatic for me.
Date published: 2011-12-05
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