The first time I downloaded this game I struggled with it but I was new to HO games and didn't know a lot of the standard tricks to solving these adventure type games. Giving a second go, I really enjoyed. It's hard enough without being too difficult, lots of places where the kids could help with puzzles and a fair amount of places that took a bit of serious thought to resolve.
Gervais1981June 23, 2013, 03:17
i'm so glad i tried this game. the graphics are very simple, but somehow it works with this cute game. TMGs r my favorite games, and tho this one is simple looking, it does provide challenge. i didn't get a gold star on all the levels i played in the trial hr. in fact i probably got more silver than gold. u do have to have a strategy @ the beginning of the levels to complete your goals. i think this is a gr8 game for newbies, and kids. it'll give u confidence without making it too easy. the music is cute, too. this one's gonna have to become part of my game library, too. nice way to spend a relaxing, rainy day...
Martin1979October 20, 2013, 13:40
• First, there was only one “modern” tile set. The traditional tiles are nice, but they fall into a similar color and pattern range. I would like more than one “modern” set with that is half-way between the simple colors of traditional tiles and the gaudy, abstract patterns of the one “modern” tile set that was offered.
Herbert1978June 23, 2013, 08:24
The story is nice. Contains much text reading. Also read thorough as sound. Because of this, the game can be played without any sound at all.
Guy1982November 28, 2013, 21:29
Judging from the reviews, this seems to be one of those games that players either really like or really don't like. I'm afraid I'm in the latter category. When it first started, I was intrigued. I like different twists on games. But there was very little direction. There are several different modes of play, but whatever mode you choose, it becomes very repetitive very fast with no reward in sight. It seems that only 'you' have the ability to unlock these gates--to what end, we aren't really told. Then after the first round of play, we find a set of six doors with numerous repetitive games inside each door before proceeding to the next where you are met with more repetitive games. The story line doesn't pull you forward, nor does the game play. And what I find most irritating is that if I don't immediately see a match, the game is pointing one out before I've even had a chance to look at the whole board. I had high hopes, but this was very disappointing.