Summary: I really enjoyed this game. The graphics were very clear. The storyline was interesting and quite long. I enjoyed the extra scenes within the drawings. I liked the hint system, I thought it was very helpful. I never felt like the HO scenes were too dark or objects confusing.
Summary: I am in the minority here and my reason for not liking or loving this game is because of the actual gameplay. I loved the graphics, the storyline is an original, the entering into the past to help your family was really, very well done.
Summary: Wow, for me this is an outstanding game. It is very entertaining and it has a very helpful hint AND a map, which allows quick traveling. And lots of minigames, which are also very entertaining and varying. Well done! I like it very much!!!
Summary: I’m not sure why, but I didn’t love this quite as much as I expected to. It had a lot going for it, but was just missing something. A certain polish to the graphics, the gameplay, the overall feel…I don’t know.
Summary: WOW, about sums up my opinion of this stellar game from Elephant - I too have many of their other games including the Grimm Series of games. I only skipped some of the mini-games to continue the story.
Summary: I played the SE and you definitely get your money's worth - game is very long. Divided into chapters based on different memories of kid who has been taken over by a demon. Each chapter has its own scenes and inventory, so you don't get too bogged down in an overlarge playing field.
Summary: I agree with most of the positive reviews here. Most liked about this game was the beautiful graphics. Story was good & interesting but nothing special because it was kind of dejavu from the same genre & quite predictable. Some of the puzzles were quite challenging.
Summary: I very much enjoyed this game. It had good length, good graphics, and a good storyline. I appreciated the interactive map, which saved me a good hour of backtracking, and it was nice to eliminate going to areas I knew were already cleared.
Summary: I really enjoyed The Wishes. It was a very interesting story and I appreciated the way that the story was divided into sections, so that back tracking, although prevalent, appeared to be kept to a minimum. The map helped to stop the inordinate amount of back tracking which would have been a problem.