What a way to fill an evening! Lucky hubby works nights really because once I got started on this it kept dragging me back until I finished.
This hidden object game is in 3D, something I have never played on the PC before, and quite captivating. The graphics are great and the story is funny. Quite a few times I found myself having a giggle at the dialogue.
This game has a little bit of everything character wise which is really rather amusing. You play the role of Felix who is, well it’s never really mentioned what Felix is but he does live in a house.
The game begins when you receive a letter from King Ludwig pleading for you to investigate the fate that his befallen his beloved daughter – somehow she has been transformed into a man-eating monster.
Your job is to help the cast of colourful characters so they will help you collect clues to discover how you can return the princess to her rightful state. The colourful characters include dragons, knights, ninjas, snowmen, pirates, penguins, aliens , monsters and a witch to name a few – and they are all here together in one game.
Use your powers of observation to check all the nooks and crannies in this vivid hidden object game that is sure to capture the attention and imagination of the whole family. And don’t forget that this one is in 3D so you need to move around and be sure to rotate your islands or you will miss things.
The handy helper lists down the side of screen keep you on top of what you need to look for and direct you in your quest.
There are 14 lovely locations to keep your eyeballs excited and observations overworked as well as 100 puzzles to get your brain into gear.
This is a hidden object game sure to please everyone. I am not a very patient person so some hidden object games frustrate me way too much with all the to and fro-ing required but not this one. This one is relatively straightforward from start to finish and will enchant quite a large range of ages and skill levels.
Have fun with it – I sure did!