Reviews and Problems with Amazing Adventures the Caribbean Secret
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User review by sotong
1 July 2011
Summary: Having played so many SpinTop games, this one is another addition of their boring games. Their games had not changed nor improved since the very first release. Same old style, music, sound, effects, animation and mini-games/puzzles too! I am really bored with their boring adventures and they keep releasing the same boring thing with new scenes. There was no story whatsoever. Strangely I found playing the unlimited search slightly more fun than the original game.
Summary: This installment continued the long-running Amazing "boring" Adventures "disaster", after Mystery "not so mysterious" P.I. and Escape from "whatever it is I don't care"!! >''< It's somewhat fun for some but it can't be kept in my heart and my PC for more than 15 minutes! SpinTop Games sounds like the Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer team in casual game world!!
Summary: If you liked this game's predecessors you will like this one. But will you like it THIS much? This game is much too long. After a while it becomes a self-indulgent marathon event during which you start wishing it was half as long as it is. Tedium becomes the theme once you've played about 60 levels of this immensely repetitive HOG. The mini-games are insipid - you can't lose. The items are always the same limited set in each scene.
Summary: I cut my teeth on HOGs playing Spintop games, so I'm pretty fond of them. This is pure HOG with some lightweight puzzles. I appreciate this type of game most when I'm coming off a real head-banger of an adventure game, and desperately need a break. The graphics are colorful, the music is subtle & pleasant, and some effort was made to make clues interesting rather than presenting you with a grocery list of items to locate.
Summary: Exactly what i've come to expect from Spintop. Same game mechanics as their Escape Rosecliff Island title, Mystery PI series & the rest of the Amazing Adventure titles. I really like the graphics & audio, the game mechanics are of sufficient difficulty & nice unlockable Match 3 & unlimited Seek/Find games. I only wish they'd expand their end-of-chapter minigames to 5 or 6 different ones, rather than the same 3 they have now.
Summary: The game is far from innovative, but it is a cute timewaster with gorgeous graphics. I liked the minigames, the riddle clues and the interactive elements. Very long game length with 25 levels. The challenge level, though, is pretty low.
Summary: Well, gee. Find stuff, do a puzzle, find stuff, do a puzzle, find stuff, do a puzzle.. I got bored quickly. Call me jaded, but I want a mystery unfolding or interesting goals or something intriguing to pursue. All you get from this game is points.
Summary: The Amazing Adventures Series needs a kick of some sort. Each one is interesting and fun to play, but its starting to get old---- same mini games and same scenario, just a different location. I don't like the find and replace stuff at all. This game does indeed live up to its predecessors, and is worth buying, but I hope next time they will change it around so that it becomes even better.