Posted: December 20
You will like this game if you like other HOGs. It is on the shorter side (the main story took me around 2 hrs to complete, which is about half the amount of time I've spent on other Artifex Mundi titles), so keep this in mind, as such a short game may not be worth the $$ to many. This game is different from other similiar games in that it is heavy on the puzzles, light on the hidden object scenes, which could be a good or a bad thing depending on which you prefer. I also found it to be much easier and less complex than other HOGs I have played. If you are familiar with Artifex Mundi, you will also notice that some puzzles were taken directly from other games they've made (or perhaps the other way around...).
Another issue, which I've found to be true with other such games, is that sometimes in the hidden object scenes, you will be directed to find, for example, a "hook," and there will be like 5 hooks in the scene, and you just have to keep guessing until you find the one they are referring to. An annoying oversight on the part of the game makers.
In general the artwork and voice acting are both above average, and the story is super basic but acceptable. But you don't play these games for the story, you play them because you're bored, procrastinating on your work, or you don't feel like playing a "real game." It passes the time... not much else to say.