Reviews and Problems with Mays Mysteries: The Secret of Dragonville
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Same game, different title!!
C. Easlick "choc & book lover", Amazon
28 June 2013
Summary: I am Very upset!! I purchased this thinking it was a sequel to the Forbidden Memories game. IT IS NOT!! It is the same game with a different title!! I lost out and I hope you read this before you buy it!
Summary: I had bought this game because it was suposed to be like professor layton, but there is way to much talking in it. Even more than Professor Layton. If I wanted to read a story I would have gotten a book game.
Summary: Cindy is right. The two are one in the same. I received both as gifts thinking that, like the Professor Layton collection, this was a sequel to the Forbidden Memories. Nope! Different packaging but same game. I gave it an extra star because I do enjoy the puzzles.
Summary: When I received this DS game, I thought I was purchasing a NEW adventure with MAYS MYSTERIES: THE SECRET OF DRAGONVILLE game. Boy, was I disappointed!!! It is the EXACT DS game I purchased before, called MAYS MYSTERIES: FORBIDDEN MEMORIES.
Summary: Mays Mysterires : The Secret Of Dragonville. Product Description. DS Game. Product Review. Mays Mysteries The Secret Of Dragonville is an exciting puzzle adventure game for all ages, Follow May, an intelligent & charismatic girl, in her quest to find her missing brother.
Summary: Almost as good as the Professor Layton games. Some of the hints are not very helpful. Would have appreciated some feedback when getting the answer correct. Plenty of variety in the puzzles. Excellent value for the money.
Summary: I was very disappointed, although some of the puzzles are fun, on the whole the game is too linear, no additional items to find within the individual screens, some of the explanations of the logic puzzles did not make sense until you tried them several times.
Summary: this is cheaper version of the professor layton mysteries. The puzzles are still challenging . I bought this to help give my brain some challenges and help improve my memory. graphics are good although storyline is simple.
Summary: As mentioned by most other reviewers, this is a Layton type set up, in the way the game works and the content. That's where the similarities end. Thankfully I didn't buy the game expecting another Layton, just a puzzle game to while away a few hours here & there.