Summary: I enjoyed the game and the different varieties of puzzles but the difficulty levels did not increase appreciably as the game progresses. I had expected some of levels to be nearly impossible to complete but found almost all of the levels to be of easy to medium difficulty. It would have been nice if the more advanced levels were harder to complete. Also, the way the games are constructed, there is no option for infinite variability.
Summary: This game started out very compelling, but after a while the puzzles got very boring and repetitive. When my wife asked me if I was having fun, I had to answer, "no, not really." The graphics are beautiful of course, but the gameplay feels more like work than play. I prefer a game that lets me have fun at the same time I challenge my mind, like Dweep (dweep.com).
Challenging, but could use more interactive gaming
Eric Fisk, Amazon
23 January 2000
Summary: Pandora's box is interesting in the puzzle type challenges it provides, however it has mostly to do with images and pictures (an obvious path to introducing their subsidary Corbis Inc.) When I purchased the game, I had taken it for an interactive 3D puzzle/brain teaser type games like that of Tetris. This game was fun while it lasted, but the puzzle and pictures got somewhat old after a few levels.