Reviews and Problems with The Book of Unwritten Tales
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12 July 2015
Summary: note: I have not played the first "the book of unwritten tales" so i can't compare this game to that game. There is also a possibility that i missed out on jokes or references because of this. I did enjoy my time with this game for the most part.
I am not happy that I paid for this game especially because it ...
CD - Game Player, Amazon
5 November 2014
Summary: This game does not play properly. I am not happy that I paid for this game especially because it was expensive and did not play worth a diddley squat!. I was always fighting to try to get something out of inventory and use it. It made for a miserable experience.
Summary: Caution: this game doesn't work with Creative X-Fi soundcards, you will get stuck after the intro. The technical part of this game is horrible, there's no master volume setting or sound device selection, you can't change the mouse pointer speed and 16:10 screens are not supported (black bars...
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...
Summary: Has a lot of cliche's and unique individuals. Only a science fiction buff or a nerd will get most of the humor in this game. You'll also do a lot of thinking and searching to figure out what items to use on what part of the background.
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.