Reviews and Problems with Death at Fairing Point: A Dana Knightstone Novel
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User review by sannie
29 March 2012
Summary: I fell completely in love with Boomzap's games when I played the Awakening series, so when I heard about this new game I couldn't wait to get my hands on it. Sure enough, Death at Fairing Point did not disappoint.
Summary: Even though I cannot call myself a “love stories” fan, and even though there’s nothing really innovative in this HOG, I must admit I did enjoy spending a few hours playing it. It’s not a hard HOG even though I sometimes missed the fast hint recharging some other games of the same kind have and an...
Summary: Overall Impression: a well-planned, beautifully executed iHOG/Adventure blend Pros: -- The graphics were crisp and clear with warm, inviting colors. -- The voiceovers were limited but well-done and added to the story. -- The music fit the story and added to the ambience.
Summary: Thinking this game was going to be a syrupy love story, I avoided it for the longest. I was pleasantly surprised to find out it was a well-told murder mystery with some decent plot twists, all packed in a puzzle/adventure heavy--HO scene light game.
Summary: Very good game. Lovely & beautiful graphics with lots of attention to details. Really liked and enjoyed the story which was very interesting. Gameplay & puzzles were easy, although some were a little challenging. Really enjoyed this game.
Summary: This has to be one of the best games I've played in a while. Just about every aspect of the game is most excellent. The graphics are suburb, the storyline is engrossing, and it features a nice mix of mini-games.
Summary: Good game. The story actually makes sense and all the adventure, puzzles and HOGs follow the story. The graphics are nice, the voice-overs suitable to the characters (and not too much of it either) and the music is in the background and quiet so it doesn't overcome the gameplay.
Summary: This game is one of the cleverest HOG/puzzle games I've played so far. I found the puzzles to be fairly standard but challenging and the items to be found fit in easily with the context for the story.
Summary: I loved this game it's one of my all time faves, I loved the story,game was nice and long,puzzels were very fair and not rediculousy hard,ho's were also fair and not to little to see. I can't wait for the next Dana Knightstone Novel.
Summary: What I admired most about this game is the lack of gore, blood and guts, and not a single creepy doll w/ wandering eyes. It is about time, that someone took the chance to produce a causal intelligent game that does not rely on the spectral, the overly mystical, or a clumsy "moral message" morality...