Reviews and Problems with Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings
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challenging and different
donna McCune, Amazon
21 January 2014
Summary: to rescue your son, you have to enter different paintings, searching for pieces of the main painting. While going through the different worlds there are different other tasks that need to be done. The fun is that each painting is a very different environment you have to overcome as well.
Summary: It was a great game. It had good miniature puzzles through out the whole game. The graphics were really good. It also had a great original plot to it. Some of the hidden objects are a little tough to find but not too tough. They are for the most part relatively easy to find.
Summary: Lost Souls was a pretty straightforward game. You move from one chapter to the next by saving each world before the next chapter. This game wasn't an epic adventure game or an amazing hog, but it made for great casual play.
Summary: I BOUGHT THIS GAME WITH OUT READING ANY REVEIEWS.I'M SO GLAD I DID-IT WAS EXCITING AND FUN TO PLAY THIS GAME.IT HAS A GUIDE AND HELPFULL HINTS.YOU PLAY HIDDEN OBJECTS AND GET A OBJECT THAT TAKES YOU TOO OTHER PARTS OF THE GAME.I FOUND THE HIDDEN OBJECTS, WERE NOT THAT HARD TO FIND.IF YOU GET...
Summary: This is an adventure with HOG's and puzzles thrown in. Con: too easy, mediocre voice acting, not much of a story really, ends abruptly. Pro: beautiful art work, good HOGs, all objects can be found in the end. Tip: even if you are an inexperienced HOG player use the expert mode.
Summary: Even if it does mean I am on the level of a 10-yr old, I completely loved this game and found it one of the most beautiful I have played. Don't care about plot as a rule, so didn't mind that this one has only a thumbnail of searching for your kid who got sucked into a painting.