Also, because of the speed of the game, it's not very good for people who have trouble using the mouse. BUT, if you get a shape "close enough," it will grab it for you.
Aldous1982November 24, 2013, 16:56
The games its self was very easy, not very challenging at all. With one exception for a couple side games. The graphices were fine, like being in a house of a horder, but all object were very easly found. Never used a hint for help, got to 20 hints and stayed there.Most side games were so simple a small child could of got it. Music was catchy. Good game for the kids to play or maybe a first timer.
Xavier1976August 19, 2013, 15:35
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.
Bernard1975December 23, 2013, 08:31
When your bowling ball is in play, it bounces off wall sections, corners, and within the 10-pin section. If your ball can stay in the 10-pin section, you pray it will knock down all of them. Just like bowling, if you get a strike, that section shuts down. If you're going for a spare, you get your two shots and the section shuts down. This way, your bowling ball can concentrate on getting into the other 10-pin sections.
Asher1980October 12, 2013, 18:14
At first it all looked intriguing though I'm unfamiliar with the title and plot. I managed 23 mins into the Trial play and grew insanely bored. The hint-rose is little help, the one lodge room with the code keys on the Roman numeral board are very unclear what you're supposed to do after "solving". And the graphics quality is mainly grade school at that. Not the most high tech hidden object game I have played to date. I give this one a C- at best. But at least I tried!