Summary: I got to the a room on the second level and that was the end of the game for me, because it was impossible to turn the combination dial with a wii remote. I must have tried for around an hour.
Summary: After a promising chapter 1, I couldn't get past chapter 2. There is a combination lock puzzle at the beginning of chapter 2 with a long combination. If you miss one of the numbers, the combination resets. After about 30 minutes, I gave up on the game, as I don't have the patience/dexterity to turn the tumbler to the proper position and hold it there long enough to get it to register. [UPDATE] This review is for the Wii version of the game.
just started the game and have found it to be fun...
30 April 2013
Summary: and challenging. it takes patience and you need to listen to what the character's say to help get clues. the puzzles can be frustrating but with a little patience they can be overcome. I find it to be a fun game that I enjoy playing. my first game of this type and I am glad I got it.
Summary: I am totally stuck on the second chapter and can't get past one of the puzzles (the one getting into the stone door and opening it up like a safe). I have consulted many online walk throughs. On all of them they depict buttons that control moving the rock from right to left that do not appear on my screen. I had only purchased this because there were online walkthroughs in case I got stuck. Now I am stuck with a game I can't even play.
Summary: Loved this when I was young on the PC (Circle of Blood) and was happily surprised to see the game again, with so much new to it. Great for all ages, logic, puzzles, and learning, plus tons of fun and a backstory. Awesome to see it again!