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This HOG had item lists that were composed of pictures of the items broken into fragments. The colored fragments were visible in the scene, but shaded fragments were hidden behind things or couldn’t be found until other pieces were found and used. The ‘sparklies’ for this one weren’t too obvious and didn’t make game play ridiculously easy. In cases where you have found everything that you could but still had items with shaded fragments, the sparklies would appear to let you know to move to the next designated area (until you were able to go back and complete the previous areas). The story itself was pretty intriguing and definitely kept me playing. I look forward to a sequel!
Then there are the mini game/surgeries themselves. Funny? Yes indeedy. Slightly broken? Sadly, yes. Most of these games require a very deft touch to earn a perfect score and many was the time that I cursed at my screen because I my shop-vac or hanky (try the game, you'll laugh too) was exactly where it should be, but still hurt the patient. And don't get me started on the writer's cramp. Being faced with a solid wall of ouch is not a good time.