Reviews and Problems with Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure
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Henry Hatsworth Review
Megan A. Boyer, Amazon
28 January 2013
Summary: I purchased this game because of a recommendation by Amazon. I own, and enjoy, all of the Professor Layton games and because of that, Amazon recommended this game. I love it! It can be tricky to remember to switch back and forth between the top and bottom screens, but it's all part of the game.
Summary: I almost didn't pick this up based on the bad review written for it, saying that the characters are annoying. The voices are hilarious! I find myself getting excited, hoping to hear the two start chatting again.
Fantastic game, platform puzzler with great controls!
Tim Grayson, Amazon
21 July 2009
Summary: If you are a fan of either (or preferably both) platform games or puzzle games then you will love Henry Hatsworth! I must disagree with the other reviewer in regards to the story / characters being annoying.
Summary: Finally a great game! After recent disasters like Puzzle Quest Galactrix and Cradle of Rome, I've begun to lose faith in game designers, and tile matching puzzle games in particular. But Henry Hatsworth changes all that.
Summary: Okay, I just have to say, this game is a little hard to put down. In fact, it makes a great diversion so I don't have to do my homework! I have to say, this game is a little challenging, especially in the puzzle portion.
Summary: I bought this game expecting it to be more puzzle than anything. When I got it I was initially disappointed and read the description again, which still made the puzzles seem much different than what I was experiencing.
Summary: I bought this game for myself when it was released. I played it for 2 days and then lost it to my husband. He played it nonstop for a month. I must say that this is the first game where I have heard him laugh out loud while he is playing.
Summary: This is a great game, but beware: Henry Hatsworth is really, truly, unbelievably hard. It's an accomplishment to beat this game. I like that. You can almost get into Prince of Persia kind of flow while playing this game, the controls are responsive, and the bosses are memorable.
Summary: Henry Hatsworth is one of the best game I've played in a long time. I played video games almost entirely through my younger years and now that I'm older, there doesn't seem to be much time for games.