Reviews and Problems with Flux Family Secrets: The Book of Oracles
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User review by erigby
17 July 2012
Summary: Having played the previous two games, (Ripple Effect--favorite & Rabbit Hole--excellent follow-up--I fall down one every morning so I felt right at home) I reasoned Book of Oracles would be unlimited fun. Well, it is fun but in carefully measured doses, like an IV drip. I got so turned around with the time travel aspect I didn't know if I was coming or going.
Summary: Flux Family Secrets: The Book of Oracles takes Jesse back to correct time. This game is just as much fun as the first two were and you spend time collecting pieces of the machines to progress onwards. I really like the way that this was put together and am happy i purchased it.
Summary: To me this is the best of the "Flux Family Secrets"-Games so far. They have improved some things if i remember the other two games right. What i do like is the way the objects - once build together after having found the parts of them - are stored, above the place in the middle, where you see, which parts you have to look for. Although we meet Jesse and her grandpa and Einstein again and Amelia Earhart again from the former game this game is not just a repetition.
Summary: It's been a long time since I played the first two installments of this game. I completely forgot the second left off in a cliff hanger. Without going into a whole synopsis Jesse is still in the process of trying to correct time so that her family won't be destroyed. The game is pretty much a fragmented hidden object adventure game. I haven't played a fragmented game in so long that I'm glad this one has surfaced. You have two modes of game play.