Reviews and Problems with The Lost Crown: A Ghost-hunting Adventure
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I am still playing but have set aside as I'm not enthralled with it
Linda Durrin, Amazon
14 February 2014
Summary: It's in black and white which put me off right at the start. It does use some good imagination but the character is very stiff and not at all attractive. I would not recommend this game to any of my playing friends.
Summary: I have played so many of these games; Scratches, the Dark Fall trilogy, Darkness Within, Gray Matter, Barrow Hill, Rhiannon, and others, and this one is by far my favorite. It has a really deep, perfectly evolving story that keeps you really interested- not a lot of fluff and filler that contributes...
Summary: This game is lasting longer than any of the Nancy Drew games I play regularly. It is challenging and interesting. The storyline of the ghost hunting is one I enjoy anyway, but now I get to be the one investigating.
Summary: This game is a breath of fresh air. I felt like it was original, creepy, and had a great plot. I also enjoyed the backgrounds and villages came from real places in the UK, The down side of this game is the acting. It's pretty awful.
Did not include activation code and they do not respond to emails
Amazon Customer, Amazon
23 May 2013
Summary: I have played many games by this publisher and generally like them. The issue here is that the game did not come with an activation code. There is even a section in the FAQ on their website admitting this was an issue.
Summary: A good choice for adults not wanting a shooting game. I wouldn't have chosen a horror game, but I am about half way through it and it is not that scary. Story is more a treasure hunting adventure. Scenery is good. Plot is imaginative. Puzzles are standard fare but interesting.
Sequence of Events and Patience Matters w/ This Game
C. Ward "dog lover", Amazon
16 November 2011
Summary: This game was fun, but I had to use the "walkthrough" a few times. It got pretty tedious having to go back and forth over and over, and in the correct sequence a lot of times to get to the next step. I got tired of missing the sequence somehow.