Reviews and Problems with Ancient Secrets: Quest for the Golden Key
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Not for adults
3 May 2013
Summary: I wouldnt recommend this for adults or kids that are much older than 10. You go down paths entering rooms. Once in the room its hide and seek. Click on the "flowers, tools, misc other things" in the room. Cant believe they make a product like this anymore... Should be rated B for babies
Summary: I was a little disappointed that this one won't run on my laptop but it does work on my old PC so I play it occasionally. It is a little hard to see some of the hidden objects but I managed to get through it anyway.
Summary: I have to give the game kudos for trying. It is a very interesting storyline, with okay graphics and decent sound - but my god, there are no hints except for a vague barely noticeable sparkle (and you'll want hints, trust me) and the mini-puzzles are repetitively and some of them require a video to...
Summary: This game might be good for a tween without much gaming experience to play on his/her own. The story is o.k. There is nothing offensive. However, everthing is very basic and the game is short. The puzzles and tasks are pretty simple and staightforward.
Summary: This game was a nice diversion to play in 10-15 minute increments while my toddler was actually entertaining himself, but it wasn't engrossing in any way, and the puzzles were way too simple. Seriously, they were ridiculously simple.
Summary: I'm writing this after having played the next one, and playing this one second because I liked the second game and wanted to see how this one was. There is a remarkable difference between the two. Since this was the earlier game, I did not expect the gameplay to be as polished as the second game.
Summary: The beginning of the game was very easy. Then all of a sudden it got to a level where you had to guess a combination which could take thousands of different combo's. This is where I stopped it was just boring and rediculas to play that level.