Reviews and Problems with Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure
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Not for everyone...
K. Groh, Amazon
27 April 2009
Summary: I'm a 40ish mom and love doing puzzles as well as playing some of my 10 yr old son's Zelda and Mario games. I thought this looked like a great mix. Personally, I really disliked the game. It was annoying to try and figure out how to get rid of some of the enemies and there was nothing to do in the top screen except for walking and enemy annihilation.
I'd fire whoever came up with the "voice" acting gibberish on this!!!
1 April 2009
Summary: OK. As you can see HH has received some amazing reviews. Based on this I picked up a copy expecting to be completely wowed. To say I was completely underwhelmed would not be a understatement. Firstly, and most importantly, who in the heck thought this gibberish form of "voice" acting was acceptable? Perhaps I am the only person in America to think this was akin to nails on a chalkboard?
Summary: Interesting concept, combining platforming with a puzzle game. Gave it a try as it seemed quite creative. Well, it bored me. In combining the two it doesn't master either. The platforming is extremely basic and the puzzle game side is extremely easy. It's a charming game but I play games for fun, this lacked any. This game proves the old saying "Jack of all trades, master of none".
Summary: I am afraid to say I found this game a bit confusing. I bought it thinking it would be like other games i enjoyed Missing Millionaire and Professor Layton, but i wasn't quite on the same wavelength with this game. Changing between the two screens seemed a bit quick and confusing.