Hoyle blew it on this one. Stick with making card games. This slot machine game belongs buried deep in the bottom of a livestock manure pit because it stinks.
Pros of wildfire war of the worlds game
Funny game sounds.
Tons of users waiting to challenge you.
It doesn’t demand a big system to run it.
Cons of wildfire war of the worlds game
Overwhelming amount of information in the profit screen...didn't really understand what most of it was. I appreciate the break down of all the game tabs and hiring process & such. wouldn't consider purchasing though...wasn't very entertaining to me.
I would rate this game 4.5 stars out of 5. (*) (*) (*) (*) :thumbup:
Herbert1971November 22, 2013, 05:36
If you hope for a story that makes sense & holds together ....Forget about this one! The object of the search is supposed to be to find out if the statue really weeps blood & why the local wolves have become so fierce. Neither issue is ever addressed after the introduction. Templar knights appear for no apparent reason. But worst of all is that the prior of the abbey is making a deal with the devil to gain immortality. That has the same degree of credabliity & offensiveness as accusing Mother Theresa of running a prostitution ring! Come on Gamehouse, doesn't anybody vet these games before you offer them for sale!!!
Alban1980August 03, 2013, 08:42
Although there are no visible timers, it does keep track how fast you go through each scenario.
Mark1983August 06, 2013, 04:01
This game was much to short. The graphics were lovely and I enjoyed playing the game, but it was over to fast. Story line was pretty good. It was a bit challenging in places because you are not sure where to go or what to do. Use the Hint button.
Cyrus1988November 23, 2013, 23:18
Royal Trouble is a terrific game with a fun, original story, a casual adventure game with a few HI scenes thrown in (no "click" penalties) to move the story along. I love the comedy, the fun dialogue between the characters (as well as the "host" who did the voice overs). At the start of the game as the prince you are locked in a cell and have to figure your way out. Soon you discover that you're not alone. A princess is locked in a cell opposite yours and wants out, too. Once the couple meets the fun begins. You play as both characters but you don't need to decide who to be, the game does that for you as the game progresses and you need the skills of either the princess or the prince. You can exchange supplies, too, and "talk" to each other (more fun dialogue). And you can SKIP THROUGH THE DIALOGUE! Fantastic! The hints are in a book on the right of the toolbar and readily available (no time limits or having to wait for the hints to "replenish") and I love that you can choose to reveal the hints a little at a time and not have the game just tell you flat out what to do. It's a game where you have to (thankfully) use your brain a bit, but you have fun doing it. So refreshing after all the "doom and gloom" and "dark" games that, for the most part, are repetitious, not frightening at all and BORING! And Royal Trouble is a good length. Well done, Orchid Games! PLEASE make more games like this in the future!