Reviews and Problems with Chronicles of Mystery: The Secret Tree of Life
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good hidden object thriller
Eva Bethea, Amazon
14 April 2013
Summary: Still working this one out, alot puzzles, hidden objects, but love the thinking, figuring the move. Still learning to understand moves through the rooms without going to different area/object needed before you leave that room I really can said search the area good!
Summary: The Secret Tree of Life is an adventure game for the Dsi and DS with some very nice graphics. While the puzzles are on the easy side, some of the mini-games I did find challenging. The story is quite interesting and since I am a die hard adventure fan I found this to be a good example of the genre on the DS and Dsi. The sound is also good too - great music soundtrack.
Summary: I bought this as a gift for my partner who had just finished the latest professor layton game. She is really pleased with it, and it only took 2 days to arrive. The price was great, and I would recommend to a friend.
Summary: This was an enjoyable experience, an interesting storyline with multiple locations. A good combination of hidden objects and puzzles. Marked down because some of the puzzles were a bit obscure in their design, difficult to know how to approach them, let alone solve them and as another reviewer remarked, the ending is quite abrupt and inconclusive.
Summary: If you like this kind of game and/or played and liked the first instalment then this is a good choice. It's a combination of hidden object scenes and more standard puzzle fare such as fitting shapes into containers. I enjoyed it immensely - had to mark it down though just because it's so short and in some of the situations it's not obvious what your actions should be.