Summary: 3.5 stars. Not bad at all. This game didn't have the best graphics but they were pretty good. Scenes were ok and not too junk pile. I thought the story although predictable because the "scientist gone mad wants to rule the world" theme was used many times but it was still pretty interesting.
Summary: This game took me a very long time to get into - luckily the length of the game was adequate enough for me to change my mind about it. Lots of HO scenes, and puzzles were fairly easy. The plot was typical, so it was not surprising that I found myself bored at times.
Summary: This game and FACES were quite similar. This one heavy to HO scenes. There was nothing innovative or outstanding in this one but it was long and well drawn. There were a lot of tasks to be completed and an abundance of HO scenes, inventory objects and puzzles.
Summary: I enjoyed this adventure HOG - maybe not as polished as some of their other games, but overall had all the right elements which played along with the story. Mix of adventure, HOG and puzzles - nothing overly novel but all quite enjoyable and worth playing.
Summary: I found this really boring. I agree with what someone said below, it has all the elements I normally love (creepy house, etc.) but there was just nothing interesting about this game. When I clicked on the grass and was told I needed a special tool to move the leaves, I got quite annoyed.
Summary: I bought Dark Ritual because I enjoyed the part of the game in the demo. You explore a colorful mansion, with intriguing features such as a garden with a tomb of ancestors, secret rooms, and something strange going on in the cellar.
Summary: This is yet another one of those sinister feeling adventure HOGs with a quasi-lucid plot, half detective thriller/ half sci-fi. I pretty much stumbled my way through this one with little idea what I was doing, but succeeded anyway in large part thanks to a very good hint system.
Summary: Dark Ritual has all the ingredients I usually like in a game, however, and sadly, there was just nothing remarkable about it. I found myself only able to play for a few minutes at a stretch before getting bored.
Summary: I played the trial of this game, which I found nice, but not great. A FBI agent is looking for her missing sister. It seems she vanished after answering an ad to take part in a questionable experiment by a Dr. Brown.
Summary: I did a Beta test on this game a while ago, and have been waiting for it to become available. I'm quite satisfied with the game. I found the story interesting, if not new (but there are only a few stories in the world, they're basically all the same), and I liked the graphics, even if they were a...