Summary: I don't know whether I just have bad luck but I ran into weird glitches every step of the way in this game. The most annoying would be random black areas in the game. It was also very easy to miss key quest items and it wouldn't let you go back and get them.
Summary: All I can say about this game is, meh...I got stuck in a lot of areas because for one, who knew I had to dig into some sugar 3-4 times to retrieve a hidden battery?? The people who died died for no reason at all. There's two endings.
Summary: To tell the truth, I was not thrilled by this game (I played it on CD-Rom). in a week-end with a friend we cracked everything. I thought there was a lot of uneccesary walking and going to a place. But the graphisms were good and the atmosphere was really Agatha Christian (sorry for the neologism!)
Summary: If we hadn't found an on-line cheat page on this game, we'd never have gotten through it. The entire fifth chapter is a ridiculous joke - get rotten apples, make cider (but first find the parts for the cider press) and feed it to the goats to get past the thistles?
Summary: I enjoy mystery and adventure games, so I expected to enjoy this game. This is one of the least fun games I've ever played. Most of the 'puzzles' in the game are impossible to figure out without a hint (because they are absurd), and then once you do figure them out are completely irrelevant to the...
Summary: I Like Nancy Drew type games and occasionaly Law and Order, but this was really boring. Having read the book I was ready for something spectacular and I was given something so mundane a three-year old could accomplish the tasks by simply clicking around the screen until something works.
Summary: Another tedious excersise in the murder-mystery genre of adventure gaming..What starts of as a classy interpretation of the classic novel quickly devolves into your typical wandering item/conversation "what's next" unengaging gameplay, which given it's one location will no doubt have players running...
Summary: I bought this with the intention of giving it to my mom, but naturally I thought I'd "test" it out first to see if it was something she'd enjoy. After playing it through, I have decided to sell the game rather than subject her to its frustrations.
Summary: I'll make a confession right up front -- I didn't finish this game. Life is too short and there are too many other things to do than spend hours on a game you really don't enjoy. Frankly, I like my games fairly leisurely paced, without a lot of running, jumping and shooting.