Summary: to me this game was just so, so. I was hoping for more interaction with the gorilla. but the gorilla didn't show up until your close to the end of the game. The puzzles were fairly easy. The hidden object scenes are easy and most things you collect are used right away. Download was very quick and easy. This is a good game for 10-14 years of age.
Summary: I gave this to my wife as a gift from our grandson. However, the game blows up at the same point in the progression. We like the Alawar games, but there must have been something in the download that creates this problem. I would recommend buying the software from a retail outlet that has the software disc.
Summary: It's an OK game, I presume, but just not my cup of tea. Quite on the opposite. I am no technician. I am not handy. I hate technical stuff. Don't understand it at all. And that is just what this game is offering: repairing lots of machines and other technical tragedies. Quite well made, I must admit, but just not a game made for me. Do you hate machines and other technical stuff too? Avoid this game. All others should give this one a try, for it is rather well made.
The Treasures of Mystery Island 2: The Gates of Fate
Bruce A. Davis "Safeguy", Amazon
7 August 2012
Summary: Not to bad of a puzzle/find the piece kind of game. Takes some time to consume and there are several stumping points within the game that make you return to previous rooms. If you like to look for itemsand clues this is your kind of game.