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Very short! Equivalent to one chapter of these type of games. Amazing gameplay, spooky theme- like rusty lake android games but not as streamlined/atmospheric/sophisticated. I would be willing to pay if things were added such as voices, more sophisticated and intuitive puzzles i.e. less random tapping, fewer two step solutions (meaning step 1. search clue, step 2. do puzzle), and also no ads- they ruin the atmosphere for this type of game. All in all it's a amazing 30-min time waster and intro to the other android games
I like all of your games. I usually rate five stars, but only four this time because all your previous android games were much longer with more detailed storyline. I still look forward to more of your android games in the future and I thank you for giving us these android games totally free!
Love Forgotten Hill series from Fall to Cabin, while this may be spin off with Tales in title it was still Very short. The Fall was short but was first one and longer still, all others were decent length Momento being longest so maybe Im spoiled and left wanting more. If Tales becomes a regular of short horror shots Ill rerate this a 5 since it has same Amazing artstyle, fun puzzles/objectives, and interesting story with twist. Will feel more like a mini series alongside Forgotten Hill if continued
I downloaded this to search and discover items near me, for free! Everything near me is behind a paywall, even though I could literally google the zone for free! I understand you wish to safeguard the locations, but most folks that would obtain this application aren't getting it to go and destroy property. Word of tip to people who're looking to download this, just Google abandoned locations near me, its free and easy. Unlike this app.
This is a amazing application although I gotta say I think there should be a leader board for the people who posted the most areas because I've noticed a lot of people post locations but obtain no one gets credit for all the locations they share please create a leader board for whom ever posts the most areas that would be so cool.
You're a clever bag of tricks, you are, Roberts. Hot and sweaty, bold and brutal, Sidney Lumet's The Hill is a tour de force of incarceration based cinema. Story has five fresh inmates sent to a North African based British Troops Prison, the centre piece of which is a manufactured hill that is used as a punishment tool. The fresh recruits, headed by Joe Roberts (Sean Connery), quickly fall foul of the superiors, especially the venomous Staff Sergeant Williams (Ian Hendry), but these boys wont take it lying down... With no melody and Oswald Morris' monochrome photography ensuring atmosphere is perpetually claustrophobic, the harsh edges of the story strike hard. Be it overt bullying by those in charge - pushing men evidently too far - or racism, Lumet melds everything together superbly for harsh viewing experience, tightening the screws every quarter of film. Come the shattering conclusion it's a merciful release for the viewers, a possibility to begin breathing properly again, even if your mind is ablaze with a number of thoughts. This is very much an actors picture, which seems a given since it's adapted by Ray Rigby from his own play, but a mightily powerful cast do sterling work with the tinderbox screenplay. Ossie Davis, Harry Andrews, Ian Bannen, Roy Kinnear, Alfred Lynch and Michael Redgrave fill out the other key roles, each giving their characters vivid depth without resorting to histrionics and scenery chewing. Which of course is a testament to Lumet's skills as a director of actors. Slow burning intensity bristles with the corrosive nature of machismo fuelled authority, an unforgettable movie and highly recommended to those who have not sampled it yet. 9/10
The meat grinder effect. Unfairly forgotten and left in the slipstream of critical darlings Platoon and Full Metal Jacket, Hamburger Hill can proudly fly its own worthwhile flag. There's nothing preachy or political here, director John Irvin and writer James Carabatsos approach the topic with a refreshing humane honesty, making us viewers privy to the American soldiers mindset as they cope with life in Vietnam before an assault on some turd pile strategic hill, a war that the survivors of that particular bloody conflict would call Hamburger Hill. No matter what one feels about the war, the politics of such etc, the fact that quite often Vietnam movies zoom in on the misdemeanours and egotistical sides of the American presence in Vietnam, tends to detract from the bravery of men and boys who were doing the job their government decreed they should do. Hamburger Hill addresses this, proudly so. Pace is deliberate and literate, building up to the assault on Hill 937, with small slices of kinetic action inserted along the method to tantalise and torment in equal measure. Not all the acting is smart, there's a cast of up and coming thesps on present that features some who have gone on to be "name" actors, while others that were out of their depth subsequently found a level more befitting their abilities. Yet this is also a cunning strategy in the film's favour, no stars required here, young adult actors without baggage or headlines kind of feels appropriate for this portrayal of soldiers in an alien world, a lot of of whom would lay their shattered bodies down in the mud at Hamburger Hill. 8/10
You folks. Stay on the main street now you hear! After having announced himself to the horror hordes with The Latest House on the Left, Craven's next horror pick would be this, The Hills Have Eyes, another slab of grit and grime. A nuclear family head across the desert in their giant trailer only to break down and search there's beasties in the hills hungry for their blood. It has become very much a famous cult pic with Craven fans, which is understandable given the brisk pacing, moments of intensity and suspense, while the allegories and messages are smartly inserted. But the low budget does affect the product, it looks cheap and renders much of the violence and sexual aspects (implied or otherwise) as being not very frightening or stomach churning. While some of the acting is very poor, further adding a cartoonish feel to what should have been a nerve shredding experience. Above average for sure, but not the masterpiece some would have you believe. 6/10
Gold Discovered In California. The Naked Hills is directed by Josef Shaftel, who also co-writes the screenplay with Helen S. Bilkie. It stars David Wayne, Keenan Wynn, James Barton, Marcia Henderson and Denver Pyle. Melody is by Herschel Burke Gilbert and Pathecolor cinematography is by Frederick Gately. 1800s California and Tracy Powell (Wayne) is gripped by gold fever and deserts his mates and family to find the hills for the precious metal. Very routine gold fever Oater that plays like a not good man’s Treasure of the Sierra Madre. It spans decades as Powell lets the find for gold take over his life, while the background threads involving his partners, both romantically and gold seeking, create up the drama as he heads towards his day of destiny. An opportunity is wasted to really produce a psychologically powerful movie about an obsessive man who keeps failing, but Shaftel constantly resorts to formula fodder to tell his story and it hurts the piece. Cast are fine, especially Wayne, who gets a possibility to be the lead man and delivers a performance of note in spite of the insipid screenplay. 4/10
Like shovelling sand into the wind. The Walking Hills is directed by John Sturges and written by Alan LeMay. It stars Randolph Scott, Ella Raines, Arthur Kennedy, Edgar Buchanan, John Ireland, William Bishop, Josh White and Jerome Courtland. Melody is by Arthur Morton and cinematography by Charles Lawton Jr. Upon hearing a possibility statement about lost gold, a disparate group of people head out in find of it to the desert plains of The Walking Hills... Whipping up a sandstorm. A sort of contemporary Western movie noir fusion, The Walking Hills is a darn fine drama that is acted accordingly. Though blessed with action, tension and passion, it's as a hero study where the picture excels. Real enough to say it's not overly complex stuff, the greed is poor motif a standard narrative strand, as is the tricky love triangle that resides within the sandy tale, but with the wily Sturges and the shrewd LeMay pulling the strings this plays out always as compelling. With the amazing Lawton Jr. adding his considerable skills as a photographer - ensuring the Alabama Hills and Death Valley areas are key characters themselves - the production shines. Often mentioned in reference to The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, it of course is not as amazing as that superb picture. That it earns its right to be considered a baby brother to it, though, is testament to its worth in itself. 7/10
Some genius comedic bits here, as on a much-needed vacation to soothe Ollie's nerves, the famed duo camp in the country and inadvertently obtain drunk on moonshine, thinking it's 'healthy mountain water'. They share its virtues with a attractive woman and then have to deal with the crazily jealous husband. Highly recommended if and when you need a few really amazing laughs!
This is really two stories, one from the past and one in the show stitched together like the quilt that forms the centerpiece of the novel. The show tale follows Caroline Meadows who finds the quilt as she is helping her mother sort boxes to create method for some home improvements. When she shows it to her mate who works at Buckingham Palace in the art/conservation department she is shocked to see royal materials in the quilt - what were known as the May Silks, used only for the trousseau of Princess Mary of Teck. This sends her on a journey to explore how royal materials were in a quilt from her e second and if you ask me, far more interesting story is that of the quilter. She was an orphan named Maria who along with her mate Nora are plucked from their orphanage at a young age to go work in what turns out to be Buckingham Palace in the sewing room because they are both very talented seamstresses. While there Maria catches the eye of the Prince of Wales and well, he's a Prince and she's a very naive young girl. What happens to her is horrifying and forms the basis of the story of the quilt. I don't wish to ruin the tale so I will leave you with just these tidbits.If only Caroline's story was as captivating and as well told as Maria's was. Caroline is completely hapless and hopeless and honestly I just didn't search her interesting or believable as a character. If she had been 20 years younger I might have understood some of the decisions she created but not as a 38 year old woman. I have issues with books when characters don't feel true to me. Maria felt more alive and fully developed to me than Caroline who seemed a bit of a cardboard Trenow does have a lovely writing style and that kept me reading until the end despite my not caring what happened to Caroline. I wanted to know very much how Maria's life played out - she carried the book for me.3.5*I received a free copy for my honest review
I think this has become one of my favorite books. I loved Maria from the first and admired her strength, fortitude and acceptance of a fate she never deserved. Ms. Trenow did an extraordinary job of creating visuals through her words; I "saw" the quilt, the fabrics, and learned much about quilting. I look forward to reading more from this talented author.
A beautifully written story of a creative history interwoven with understandably human dreams and foibles. This book describes the wishes and dreams a young orphan girl who matured into an elderly woman who was ridiculed for telling the truth about about her wonderful experience growing up. In the end she realizes her comfort level and validation through the most necessary happening of all---reestablishing her most trusted relationship with that of a real friend.
As with everyone else who said it. Only method to obtain anywhere in this android game is to spend true money. Very simple money grab targeted at what these people call *whales* I like the concept of the game. But as with every free to play android game the grind is what kills it. Install it. Play it for an hour and give it a one star review.
I have de rated this android game to 2 stars. Updates have passed and yet still when multiple opponents appear, the android game lags to 1 frame per second or less. And you have no possibility of defending yourself from some of the more challenging opponents especially when they attack in pairs. I'm actually now regret spending cash on coins to buy stages or acquire tanks etc. I enjoyed this game... really did, but I can't play this anymore.
Quite an enjoyable game, nice colorful graphics, but as with so a lot of android games it's spoiled by the developers' greed. Progress soon becomes tediously slow, very obvious that this is to test and push players into spending. No thanks. Uninstalled. Bye bye ad revenue...