Summary: I was looking for something to pass my time and this was exactly that. The story is no masterpiece but it serves well enough and the mechanics of the game work well. Graphics are pleasant, voice acting fine and I encountered no bugs on my Windows 7 64 bit system.
Summary: The game goes good till you get in to the Indian part, then it slaps you in the face with making potions and dream catchers. For those of us that refuse to have this type of stuff in our home, it is a game you don't want to pruchase.
Summary: Wanted something to play where I didn't have to burn my brain cells to figure out. The Game of Time turned out to be a great afternoon of searching for hidden objects with a reasonably good story line and good artwork. Played on my pc running vista ... no problems, no glitches ...
A fun sci-fi hidden objects game targeted for the more casual gamer but specifically for beginners.
Dennis A. Amith, Amazon
7 May 2012
Summary: Viva Media is a distributor known for releasing hidden objects and adventure-lite video games created by Russian video game developer/publisher Alawar Entertainment. And most often, there are some games that are featured in a variety of collector's editions or video game packs.
Summary: We purchased this game based on the fact it was an Alawar game and we've enjoyed several of their games previously but should have listened to other reviewers negative comments. We did play the game through but it falls far short of expectation being a not very entertaining story, other characters...
Summary: I could not get this game to work even though I had all the system requirements. The only reason I'm writing a review is to suggest downloading the trial version first. That way you won't be buying something that doesn't work.