Summary: The biggest problem I had with Pahelika: Revelations was the small size of some of the objects combined with darkness and/or lack of color. If you don't realize you can't progress because you still haven't found one very small necessary object, you may start wondering if your game has glitched.
Summary: This game can be tough, but that's a good thing. So much more satisfaction when you figure something out. This game isn't for young kids who could get easily frustration, but for those who want a challenge, Pahelika: Revelations truly distinguishes itself.
Summary: I think that Gamezebo is selling us casual gamers a bit short here. I am not an Adventure gamer in any sense of the word (IHOGs are my cuppa) but I thoroughly enjoyed this game. A very worthy sequel to the first game and far superior in my opinion.
Summary: I liked the first part of this game very much and was looking forward to this sequel. But sorry, I have to say it was a big disappointment. The graphics could be more polished and the gameplay was very tiresome.
Summary: I sometimes love sequels to games that I like. When the first Pahelika came out I was thrown back at how difficult the game was at times. This one has the same twists. I have to digress for a minute because my Windows Vista isn't liking some of the codes of this game.
Summary: Its not too often that I find a game whiich was actually more challenging instead of tedious, and in the long list of games that I have played, the first Pehelika was one and this one follows right along.