Summary: I liked it because it is an easy adventure, hidden object game with a large variety of puzzles. It's about 4 hrs. long. There is a little bit of a story and some of the places you go to don't make sense within the context of the story. You only have a couple places to go at a time, so you won't get lost. Hidden object scenes were interactive with a word list or in a pop-up bubble of images. Some puzzles may look confusing at first, but they really weren't.
Summary: If you like HO games with fanning circles and lots of puzzles, this is your game. The scenes are colorful, the HO scenes pretty standard jumbles, the storyline pretty flat (I didn't play the first game), and this game has the absolute shortest sound effects loops I've ever heard. It does have decent playtime length, though for a very average game, that's not always a bonus.
Summary: I had mixed feelings about this one. It has the good Alawar graphics but not much else. The witch is not that scary and I felt like I was running in circles. At least the demo was pretty long, overall not a terribly bad game but not a great one either.
Summary: Well this is an interactive HOG. You click on an object and around it the silhouettes appear of objects you need to find. Once you have done so a puzzle is unlocked. The interface is well made and works perfectly well. Each chapter contains two or three scenes. Sometimes an object is even placed in another scene. So you have to remeber what object is still missing. And that is the most complicated aspect of this game.
Summary: this game is not like the first one ,the first one was really good ,this one is pretty boreing ,doing the same thing in every scene,its the pop-up circles ,with some hidden object scenes thrown in ,theres only 2options brightness &cursor .not worth the $9;95 they want
Summary: Very simplistic game. The storyline is quite lame and the cartoon characters are, well, just that, cartoons that don't move. The game was ok enough because I stuck it out to finish it and that doesnt take long as its short. The HO scenes are quite easy as nothing is hidden and looks like the object listed. Most of the objects needed require you to find five objects to gain that one. Arrows will point your way to the next room, no getting lost here.
Summary: Overall Impression: An ok IHOG/Adventure game. I rank it slightly below average because of storyline problems, but the gameplay itself is decent so others will probably see it as being solidly average. Media Description: No voiceovers. I can't remember the music so if it was there, it must not have felt too out place or been too annoying. The graphics are pretty clear and well-lit.
Summary: Behind the Reflection is a game that i found that it was hard to make a decision between Good and Rubbish. I'm sitting on the fence for this so i give it a 3 star. Pros: The game had some brilliant Graphics at times and some of the HO scenes where quite tough. The puzzles to solve are very original and fairly easy but some really twist your mind. Cons: First of all the cinematic scenes, or as they call it, comics, were terrible.