Reviews and Problems with The Book of Unwritten Tales
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30 January 2014
Summary: Not that bad of the game, but feels less funny than the previous version. It is shorter, which I appreciated. Characters now move and run across the screen more often, but still one has to wait out animations and most cutscenes without the ability to skip them, which is kind of a downside if one wants to hunt for the hard-difficulty achievements right after finishing the game.
Summary: TBOUT is not something you breeze through without thinking, the puzzles are hard, and daunting at time. However, the wit, and humor of the game make it thoroughly enjoyable, as does its unique game play. Prepare yourself to be frustrated, entertained, and delighted by this strangely enjoyable indie title!
Summary: Critter Chronicles is a point and click adventure game with a comedy theme. Most of the puzzles are inventory based, with a few minigames thrown in. None of the puzzles are too hard, although I did get stuck once on a minigame and had to consult a walkthrough. About half of the game was completed by my nine-year-old with a little help. I think this is a great game to play with your kids, they love the sophomoric humor. Some of the jokes are laugh-out-loud funny.
Summary: This is an easy and fun PC game. There isn't any gore or heavy fighting, it's light and has a hobbit-like creature, and elf, magician, and others. Don't expect greatness, just a casual, fun game.
This was one of the funnest games I've ever played!
21 June 2013
Summary: As a hard core RPG player, I must admit to finding this game to be absolutely fun, hilariously funny, and with stunning graphics! I sincerely hope the company puts out more games like this and yes, I'm ordering the second in this series (how Capt'n Nate meets Creature). A must for any point and click fan or gamer!
Summary: The story is fun, the graphics, sounds, and controls are very nice, and with no glitch, decent playtime, and it wont lt you get bored, not so difficult puzzles, a wonderful classic adventure game. would recommend it to all adventure games lovers, a must have. the downloadable version was also perfect, not a single problem and almost a third of the disk version.
Summary: Though it's marketed as stand-alone, this really is more of a prequel expansion pack for the original TBoUT. It doesn't make much sense without first playing the original as many of the characters aren't introduced. Overall, it doesn't really have as much depth. I completed it in about 7 hours half as long as the original. It's still funny and enjoyable, but I'd recommend the original TBoUT over this any day.
Summary: The prequel of The Book of Unwritten Tales does a very good job for an adventure fan and if you played the first and liked you'll like this one too. Play as Nate and Critter in the Northlands scenery a part of the kingdom where the Critters live with the main goal of stopping Munkus to take the secret of the Critters and build a Shadow Army.