Reviews and Problems with Samantha Swift and the Hidden Roses of Athena
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9 October 2013
Summary: Picked this game up for like 50 cents for some reason. Pretty good for what it is. To be honest, played through it slightly drunk. (Took around 2 hours) Just clicking stuff and occasional easy puzzles. Anyway, this is obviously meant for children and like I said. It's good for what it is. But I don't know, there's probably plenty of better games for kids for cheaper or the same price.
Summary: Love hidden object games and really like the Samantha series style-- hope more games are coming soon. The puzzles are not too hard but just enough challenge to make it interesting. It's a game you can play many times, I did it to play faster time, collect max hints, etc. The graphics are easy on the eyes and the puzzles are creative and varied.
Summary: This is a really fun game to play as it is a hidden object, puzzle and adventure all in one. Each time you play it, the hidden objects seem to change just a little bit. The puzzles would get a little more difficult to solve, but once I did, I loved it. I liked this game so much that I ordered another Samatha Swift game.
Summary: I really enjoyed this game. Surprisingly my daughter did also. Bright detailed graphics no brooding, dark, or terror filled objects or scenes. I can't say how enjoyable it is to see these bright features. Not overly easy or difficult to play. I have replay this gamed many times and still have trouble finding objects and/or thunder bolts. I also have the second game The Midas Touch which is just as good. Also no time limits. Looking forward to more of the same.
Summary: I really like this game except for the fact that it gets stuck and will not let you move forward about 1/4 of the way into the game. I have restarted the game several times on several different computer/versions of Windows and it gets stuck in the same spot every time. Do NOT purchase until this problem is fixed.
Summary: This is a good, fairly short hidden object game. The items are easy to find with good graphics, you get a limited number of hints but can pick up extra ones hidden in scenes. It's fairly easy to figure out the things you have to do without seeking out a walkthrough. I got through 80% of it without one. There is no time limit either. You can't skip the mini-games, but again, most of them can be figured out.
Summary: This is NOT one of the ordinary hidden object games where you collect all kinds of objects, complete the level and move on to the next level. Yes, you will have a list of objects to collect, but you'll also collect tools that help you figure out some cute puzzles, create distractions, break laser beams, operate machinery and lots of other puzzles. There is no time limit to worry about, you can collect extra hints as you play.