Simple The game is fun but a little too simple for my taste. Cohesive story line and art was beautiful but not very original. I would get it on sale. Not worth $4.99. Short but sweet. Not the best but playable. I would choose this over any of the time travel andventures but defiantly not anywhere close to as enjoyable as the grim series or maple creek.
Princess Isabella: I had a difficult time following the train of thought on this one. I have many Artifex Mundi games and usually enjoy them tremendously but this one seemed to have a lot of videos and HOG's but the rest just didn't make a lot of sense. You used the same "magical" fairy, wand or owl to do everything instead trying to put items together to solve the puzzle. The plus is that the graphics would be fine for kids and the repetition of doing the same basic principle over and over might be ok.
Terrific game, great for younger players... This game has everything you expect from this DEV - the interesting storyline, excellent graphics, several mini games and HOG's. The difficulty of the game and the material matches the skill set ofand mind set of a child around 10 years old, which is great as there are not many of this type of n adventure game for that age group. Even though I am way above that age group, I Dr enjoy this game and am glad that I decided to purchase it
Not up to Artifex Mundi standards. Dull and repetitive. A lot of other commenters rate this "perhaps more suited to younger players" - I'll just be honest and clearly state my disappointment.
Filled with challenges. The creativity of the Artiflex team continues to surprise. (Only complaint: Hidden objects mini-games were too easy.)
Simplistic story that would be good for younger players but had to use hints a lot since it was difficult to determine what to do next what with so much reliance on the wand, the fairy balls, and the owl. Glad I purchased this at a discounted rate, but rather disappointed in the game overall