Reviews and Problems with The Agency of Anomalies: Cinderstone Orphanage
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A good Hidden Object Game.
MandBinc "MandBinc", Amazon
26 April 2015
Summary: This was a good hidden object game. As you play you acquire special Powers that aid you in completing the game. My wife and I enjoyed playing it but it was not spectacular. Some of the puzzles were tedious and we just skipped them,
Summary: This is one of the best games I've played. I thoroughly enjoyed it and was disappointed when I finished it, in fact, I plan to play again and again. The graphics were amazing and the puzzles were so much fun, difficult enough but not rediculous to the point that I had to resort to the strategy...
Summary: This is one of the better mystery/hidden object games currently available! Plot basically involves a mad scientist and unfortunate residents at an orphanage with a supernatural theme. Overall, the graphics/artwork is of high standard. The animations were also of good quality and a nice touch.
Summary: This was actually an interesting game. There is a fire or explosion in an orphanage that puts the children and the hostess in a state of flux. You have to find items that are unique to each individual, restore them, and in turn they give you a special power to aid in the next rescue attempt.
Summary: I played the SE version and expected more from this game in playing it - it was just missing something in the game environment - it wasn't hot or cold, it didn't have an eerie, sinister feeling that one gets when searching an abandoned building.
Summary: This game starts out with an interesting premise -- and tempts you to acquire the special abilities of the orphans who have perished in a terrible fire at their orphanage. But the backstories of the kids seem cursory, and you can only use your newly acquired powers in a few specific instances.
Summary: This is a game, which i did like. I liked the music, I liked the HO-scenes (they did not hide things in the dark or made them too little to find), I liked the story which has this human touch as the woman, who holds the orphanage really seemed to care for the children, I liked the puzzles.