Reviews and Problems with Adventures of Robinson Crusoe
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User review by Ashie
29 December 2011
Summary: a wee bit short, but enormously entertaining. The game has a corny sense of humor but that's not necessarily something that works against it. It had an untimed option at a time when many HOGs didn't, and a bit of variety in the form of puzzles.
Summary: Really nice game. This is for the most part a straight HOG with a few interactive effects per scene. You are Robinson Crusoe, stranded on an island and working to build a ship so you can get off the island. With each scene you clear, you build a little more of the ship. Hints are generous and there was no obvious click penalty. The items you find are in theme with the game.
Summary: Absolutely loved it! I found it challenging, but not so much as to require a walkthgough. The puzzles and minigames were very varied and, for the most part, very interesting and original, as well as very much in context with the story. I enjoyed them tremendously, contrary to most games where I often feel like skipping them.
Summary: I liked this game a lot but I do have one complaint. The game itself is really fun. I like the variety of hidden object scenes and the mini games. A lot of objects were near impossible to find., but thank goodness you get just enough hints to pass each stage. My only actual complaint is not with the game itself, but rather the screen size. When I played it on Full Screen the graphics were very foggy making the items difficult to identify.
Summary: This will be a terrible review. I accidentally posted my review for the second in the series. Deleted and going to put it where it belongs. Still, this one was very good for all the reasons other reviewers stated.
Summary: An absolutely excellent Hidden Object Game! I have absolutely no complaints whatsoever on this one - and I'm giving it a rare 5-star rating. The graphics are luscious, very clear and detailed, well-fitting for the story and beautifully rendered. The gameplay is excellent - objects are a challenge to find, but because they're so well-hidden! There's no hiding in darkness or blurry/tiny objects here, just clever hiding.
Summary: Virtually everything has been said about Robinson in the previous reviews. There is little I can add. So I will simply confirm the 4 Star ratings already awarded to this game and will do likewise. Yes, I know, the adventure is a bit short, yes it is not at all difficult, and this may be why quite a few of us have deemed it worth of only 3 Stars. But what I saw of the demo was enjoyable, in every respect, even despite the fact I am not crazy about lists of items.