Reviews and Problems with Arizona Rose and the Pirates' Riddles
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User review by greengem418
2 September 2012
Summary: I too was confused about the category description, but I continued to play it anyway, and found that I enjoyed the mosaic puzzles. I have never played a game like this before - It was refreshing to play something different. The bigger grids made for a better challenge.
Summary: I was tricked into playing this game by the category it was placed in: HOG. But actually this is not a hog (there are a few, but they serve as minigames in between the endless stream of mosaic games.
Summary: I have no idea why this game gets the "Hidden Object" tag here or at other portals, since it's a PUZZLE game all the way. If you love games like Gemsweepers (the best of the genre, so far) and World Mosaics, then this game is for you.
Summary: I tried the game because I was puzzled about the game type. After playing it I have to give the credit to the reviewers which said its a puzzle game mainly. I didn't know what a picross is but starting to play I was like ... oooh ... its the World Mosaics like game :D.
Summary: I tried this one and was expecting a great pirate treasure hunt; however, what I got was endless mosaic-type puzzles to solve. There are few hidden object scenes but lots of the mosaic puzzles - more than two or three between "levels" - and I'm not a big fan of these to start with, but having to...
Summary: Just when I thought I was back on track with finding good HOG's to play I hit a roadblock. Arizona Rose starts off promising but end up falling flat! It talks about the infamous pirate Blackbeard. I'm not into pirate folklore so I thought this was the reason this game stunk. Wrong. Dead wrong.