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I like point and click games with no hidden objects and this was a good one. Strangely I didn't like it to begin with but it became engrossing and I will buy the next one. Felt there were a few pointless moves where you had to go back to a room for no apparent reason before you could progress. So guess work rather than logic. Star off for that reason plus I have played a couple of better games. But for the small price, definately worth a play. Thank you.
I liked this game. The story was simple and the gameplay was pretty standard. I thought I was going through the whole game a bit too fast even because of its straightforwardness. There were some confusing moments in the game which is good and important. But somehow, I think the hints on some of the puzzles could be a little bit better. The music and some sound effects could improve a little. It still is a pretty good and solid puzzle game. Would recommend!
What a fun play. Putting the clues together and playing the puzzles was wicked fun. If you've played a lot of this type of game then you'll fly through this one, it's easy. Awesome graphics. No HOgames, thanx. And no story interpretations, very nice; makes for a nice game flow. Solid 5 stars.
For a buck, it's a cute little time-killer. I'm an adventure/HOG fan but love brain teasers cuz they just drop ya in & say go figure it out, just wish they'd make 'em longer; 47 mins to complete is way 2 short! To the person stuck with bucket & sword, (tho you've prob uninstalled by now & won't evn see this), unlock trap door in king' s rm by using lit candles on chandeliers as guides as to which buttons 2 push. Dining rm (lrg circle), king's bdrm (octagon) & the rm with the 6 levers (sm circle).
This one is definitely a beginner game to this genre. Anyone with experience with this genre will fly right through it with clues being very noticeable. It is still very enjoyable for the dollar price tag and decent environment and sound that is a hallmark of these type of games. It sets you up nicely to its sequel cryptic kingdoms.
Enjoyed the artwork. It was sharp, defined & uncluttered. Only got truly stuck one time--trapdoor in king's room. Was too stubborn 2 uninstall. Read Carlene Symonds' review. The answer slapped me side the head. I KNEW those darn chandeliars were the key, just couldn't get it 2 click in my mind. Thanks Carlene!!
Nice graphics, good premise, enjoyable puzzles. Had it lasted longer, would have given the extra star. I played Cryptic Cavern first and recognized the knight on horseback shot in the intro as the picture on the wall in the Captain's quarters in CC. Nice homage :)