Summary: Good second part of the Magic Encyclopedia series. The series is clearly based on Harry Potter, but has a female lead. Some of the music even is identical. The story is well written. The graphics are stunning. The music is appropiate and doesn't become annoying too soon.
Summary: Yet another installment in the Magic Encyclopedia series. Nothing new this time really. I felt the story was lacking and was annoyed by the fact that I was just following someones letters throughout this whole game instead of maybe seeing what was actually going on for myself.
Summary: The backgrounds in this game look great. Just like the first one, the painted and drawn look made everything blend in better. Finding the hidden objects was just as fun as the first game... untill you had to find the last piece of a very thin object.
Summary: I enjoyed this game very much. It's in the style of 'Dream Chronicles" where you search for parts of objects to build them up, and then use it for other purpose. The graphics are great and game play is rather fun. Some of the mini-games are quite challenging too.
Summary: This game could have been so good, and yet it is so Not! Just finished the demo (no good new releases out that I haven't already played, so going back a bit for this one), but won't be buying full version.
Summary: After all the excellent reviews I was looking forward to this but found it a little disappointing. The game was quite slow on my machine too. The objects either seemed too easy or impossible to find, and I ended up using hints more than I should. I never really fully engaged in the storyline.
Summary: This game, to me, is a model of the genre, worthy, by its intricacies, of being placed alongside the now legendary -and by no means easy- series: Azada, RavenHearst, Dream Chronicles plus a few stand-alones like Enlightenus. In fact the whole of Moonlight is a Puzzle.