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. Parts of this game are essentially pixel hunting every available screen for that last tiny object that's keeping you from progressing in the game.
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. When I played this game there were no walk throughs posted anywhere for it and, as others have noted, there are no hints in this game. What a breath of fresh air that kept me from taking the easy way out!
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. I kept getting error messages after error messages when trying to play the game. In the beginning there's a comic style story line that explains the continuation of part one's ending.
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. This is a game that will probably only appeal to experienced and hardcore adventure players as there are no hints or skips throughout the game.