Summary: Definately a three-star game. Enjoyable way to spend a couple of hours, mainly because the game only takes a couple of hours to finish. Decent storyline, appealing graphics, nice use of magic powers (and the ability not to have to "wave" your wand every time you use one).
Summary: This is a nice game, but yes, it was too short! Everything was okay. I thought it was just a normal HOG (scenes with random items to find), but in fact, it's not very much like one, but more like an adventure! So that was surprising.
Summary: This is a very nice game by Gamehouse; however, it's not a great game. The graphics are very well done, and the storyline, though not terribly original, is very engaging. There are some stumbling blocks preventing it from being a stellar game. One problem is the hint system.
Summary: I liked this game, however, it has one caveat -- it's too short! For what it is, it's a great adventure-lite game. The artwork is quite nice. It really has a hand-painted feel to it. The story isn't the most original, but it's entertaining and it gives you a purpose while playing the game.
Summary: I'm giving this game 3.5 stars but this site doesn't allow half star so I will give 4 stars instead. Despite the cartoon-like artwork & graphics, it came as a surprise to me that I really enjoyed this game. Yes the pace wasn't fast enough but I didn't feel that it was too slow either.
Summary: People will hate me but i did not like the slow pace of this game. Compared to some of the other things coming out these days, this is just too slow and predictable. Some folks new to the HOG world will love this, as its not a terribly bad game, but pretty crudely done compared to the software...
Summary: A very nicely done game, a standout from the handful of mediocre games being pumped out these days. This is a straight up adventure game without HO scenes. If you are a HOG fan, the only hidden objects that you will find are game items hidden in the scenes which are part of the adventure puzzle.