A hidden object game with a little different twist, you find lots and lots of ingredients for many, many customers. They change things around every few levels as well as different kitchens and rooms to keep it exciting.
Steven1978November 17, 2013, 13:46
The bonus chapter was satisfying and long enough that it might start approaching the point of being worth the doubled cost.
Edwin1974June 30, 2013, 08:58
First, this game was issued as a three-disc, 8-chapter game. So why does this "Part 1" only give us the first two chapters?Second, you are dumped into the game without any explanations of what to do or how to use your acquired "skills." It takes some time to get your bearings.Third, while it's nice that the game allows you a 360 degree view around, up and down, you can only go where the arrows show. And there is no guessing or looking around for things you need to acquire, because only items with little target circles on them can be picked up. So forget thinking--the little circles make it a point-and-click mindless endeavor.Sorry, but this game is really poor.
Victor1971June 06, 2013, 04:13
If you're at all a fan of fairy art a La Froud, you'll like this one. The style's different and entertaining. The plot's cute too. It's easy but entertaining. There's a lot of repetition in the areas but most scenes go by pretty fast. (There tends to be a lot of find 20 butterflies rather than find 12 random objects on a list) Which is actually a form of HOG I really enjoy. This game's really like eating potato chips. The scenes go by so fast you're always ready for one more. Beyond the potion minigame and a few puzzles this one's really all about HO scenes with very little filler.
Gorden1983July 01, 2013, 17:22
I really had hoped this might be like the Slingo Mystery series where you occasionally play a Slingo machine to move on in the story but this one is 99% slots and 1% story, with no skill involved, as others above have also stated.