Reviews and Problems with Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove
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"Amazing Storyline, great fun filled hidden object adventure game"
Kathryn, Mighty Ape
6 January 2010
Summary: I loved this new adventure game from Mystery case Files. Amazing storyline
and real life video brings it to life. The puzzels are challenging without being
too difficult, plus you do have a statergy guide if you get stuck. I liked the
fact that there is an added achievement system which gives added longevity to
the game because you can re-play to gain each achievement. If you love hidden
object games this is one for you, Excellent and *Great fun.
Conclusion: This has to be one of the most challenging games I have ever played. You really have to use your imagination and think, 'if I was in this situation, what would I do?' I really didn't want to use the strategy guide, but there was one point where I was so lost that I had to delve in there. It really challenges your mind and is so much fun. But I didn't want it to end! Bring on the next one!
Conclusion: I am currently playing this game and thoroughly enjoying it. The puzzles within the game are challenging enough to keep you interested and certain areas made me jump. I like finding objects quickly and the puzzles break up the monotony. The story is basic but has the mystery of where it's all leading had me intrigued. I would have preferred more puzzles to solve, although I found i needed the strategy guide for some areas where logic eluded me. The snow scenes i loved.
Summary: Die Kälte trieb mich mal wieder dazu, ein Wimmelbild-Adventure zu spielen. Aber wer nun denkt, es zöge mich in warme Gefilde, kennt Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove noch nicht. Ein Schneesturm und vier Studenten treiben mir die Gänsehaut auf den Rücken. Kälteschauer sind hier vorprogrammiert. Der erste Hilferuf Für knapp 3,50 Euro holte ich mir Mystery Case Files: Dire Grove. Es handelt sich mal wieder um ein Wimmelbild-Adventure.
Pros: Überzeugende Schauspieler, tolle Story, Spannung, Abwechslung
Cons: Minispiele nerven eher, Wimmelbilder sind total überladen