Given that the characters basically walk you through the whole game, it's length is adequate but I see no Replay value in this one. HOs are the same in subsequent run-throughs. It holds no great challenges other than finding objects in very dark places. Still, I'm a little disappointed that the implied sequel is nowhere to be found. I would definitely be interested in seeing the next chapter in this adventure. Definitely Kid Friendly and for an hour or two worth of diversion it's not a bad game to try.
Aldous1986October 06, 2013, 11:34
Four different games and each are both entertaining and addictive! A great value for the cost. I like to play all of them at different times and I know you will love it!
Daniel1974October 22, 2013, 14:49
This is the kind of TM in which you run around, removing obstructions, constructing things and collecting food. It's not well drawn and the caveman talk sounds more like people making a poor imitation of some Eastern language. There are subtitles if you care to know what they're saying. The instructions are clear enough, and you need to pay attention because some things aren't too easy to figure out without them. Some things are distracting, like having to click at the bottom of the screen to do a function, like build a place, and if you want to collect an egg before it burns up, you have to be clicked on the egg, which means you can't be running around as you're watching that egg. It's an OK game. I didn't bother to finish it. There are better ones out there. (Well, I was going to add Northern Tale as an alternative, but it doesn't come up in the search.)
Saul1989August 20, 2013, 14:45
This game was really fun, but it was the same thing over and over! By the end, I was just glad it was over!
Michael1980November 16, 2013, 07:01
Each level is timed, but can run out quicker than you plan. If you spot words in the letters quickly, each level can be completed faster.