Reviews and Problems with Twisted Lands: Shadow Town
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The game was pretty good but could have been great if more continuity ...
dennis "Florida", Amazon
5 July 2014
Summary: The game was pretty good but could have been great if more continuity was placed in it. This is a perfect example of "too" many people doing different parts that don't talk much and end up being anything but "seamless" or linear.Game doesn't flow very well is what I mean.
Summary: The drippy couple (heh) notwithstanding, the two Twisted Lands (Shadow Town and Insomniac) are quite playable and enjoyable. Decent graphics, clear paths so that once you learn your way around a bit, you can do the back-and-forth fairly quickly.
Summary: i liked ths game besides the hidden objects puzzels you also have adventure, problem solving. when i have to refer to the walkthrough, i know i bought a good game. when you get into the bonus game you will be saying what the heck?
Summary: I've always like the Twisted Lands games but this one seemed to have just a bit too many hide and seek areas and not enough puzzles. Out of the two, I like Twisted Lands: Insomniac a whole lot better. It has a good balance between hide and seek and puzzles.
Summary: A nice long play with lots of thougt process. Although the ending was a bit anticlimactic it's never about the story line as far as I'm concerned. As commented before it is a lot of back and forth in and out of each area to get different tools etc. All-in-all it was a wonderful game.