Summary: Like the game,but cannot get pass the gramophone in th e tea room . The needle ,record and horn are not being accepted. it is a clich in the game. I have downloaded it 3 times now and always gets stuck at this point. it is very frustraighting as I can.t go past it .Help has anyone got any ideas.?
Summary: I bought this game tonight, and finished it in a couple of hours, which I like. It was really fun, and the graphics were beautiful. The hidden object parts of the game weren't too tedious, and the little fairy is a big help. I'm looking forward to playing Princess Isabella Return of the Curse, which I've already purchased also. Very fun game, I'd recommend it to everyone ages 10+.
Summary: what a great game! every time you think you have the game figured out, there is another twist, puzzle, and mode of play. chock-full-of- beautifully drawn craziness, great art, oh! and the kitchen sink too.
Summary: Although pretty glitchy.. I did make it through this game and it was worth it. Very well drawn with lots of beautiful locales. Loved the disney feel and the tinkerbellish fairy that went through the whole game with you. I had fun with her abilities especially the rock one (which you can use to bonk all kinds of things) There was a lot of help also in this one.
Summary: Wish I could have finished the game to rate it. Got to the piano and could not make the keys work. tried delete and re-install and when I got to that scene, couldn't make it work. If someone could tell me what I'm doing wrong, would much appreciate it. playing on iPad.
Summary: I finished this game yesterday. I bought it for 2.99 on BFG as a day or week special. When I first started playing, I hated the game. I tried in vain to get rid of that fairy, but she's a fixture. She's just a little (a lot) too perky. I dealt with her by turning the dialog volume down all the way. I can't comment on any other voice acting, because my characters were all mutes. The game has a very lighthearted, fairytale feel to it. It made me want to go to Disneyland.
Summary: How good must a game be to have one of the most annoying characters ever introduced in casual gaming yet still be worth the price of admission?? Gogii games must subscribe to the George Lucas methodology of success (Jar Jar Binks, anyone?) because they’ve created a hit despite including a Tinkerbelle you wish you could duct-tape to a bowling ball and shoot out of a cannon. (Maybe they can include that as a puzzle in the next installment.