Lost Grimoires 2: Just finished the demo. It appears that once you have completed a section you cannot go back so I don't know if I have all the collectibles from those scenes. There's a map, an alchemy place, some unique puzzles. No morphing, no strategy guide. As most are saying it's short and the demo was short, not sure whether to purchase. Graphics good. Couldn't figure out what they were asking in some puzzles and scenes... rating it a 3.
Made by World Loom Games. It's fun. Player is the king's medic, so we make potions, save the prince, search through layberinths, etc. No strategy guide, but that's okay. Teleportation task map, hidden rose in each scene, multi-profile, custom difficulty setting, achievements. All I can tell you is that for all its relative simplicity, I'm having fun with it. Take the test drive to make an informed decision. I don't think it's a terribly long game, but since I haven't finished - I can't be sure. ℹHOAP Guild gives it ⚖⚖⚖ (3 scales). 3/8/2017.
Cut scenes cut off, jerky and ending clipped off. Not a long game and no bonus. Rose icons to show where collected or not start ok but part way thru game they care always out as if collected. No way to go back. Overall fun game but needs work. Would give it 3.5 stars.
The cut scenes wouldnt play, kept skipping / freezing so video wouldnt match with audio. Liked the incorporation of match 3 or more gem things when making potions. Aunties voice was a little slow and annoying and Fern was a wuss. Lol otherwise another fun game to pass the time.
The last few are not what I've come to expect from this developer. This one needs some tweaking. Some things are not explained very well. Wish I could give it a five, but I can only rate it four. Please put the bonus back in the game!
Makes me sad to give an AM game only 3 stars, because usually their games are top notch! What made me give the lower rating was the lack of bonus chapter, inability to go back for missing collectable items, no alternative for traditional HO puzzles (such as match 3 or mahjong) and length of the game (was a bit short). Also, the music didn't seem to be as well written as I'm used to in AM games. The storyline was interesting, and the alchemy feature was nice and challenging. As usual the graphics were excellent. The puzzles we're fun, but most were quick and easy (not even full game screen - instead just on areas where you zoom in to inspect items). Overall, not terrible, but not great. If there was a bonus chapter I'd add a star. In this competitive genre of game, they're almost necessary. I still look forward to the next AM game.