CrossWorlds the Flying City
Guess what I am reviewing? A hidden object
game from G5 Entertainment. Fans of hidden object games know G5
Entertainment quite well. They are well known for these kinds of games.
They tweak the systems to keep players on their toes. CrossWorlds the
Flying City may be one of the easiest hidden object games I have played
thanks to the liberal hint system.
It is disgustingly easy to get stuck in a hidden object game. CrossWorlds the Flying City is no different. But this iPad game lets us use the hint on the screens repeatedly. It will give players a free hint if you are on the wrong screen, and if you need to do something on that screen. The hints are removed when I used it on a hidden object screen.
The mysteries in CrossWorlds the Flying City are extremely realistic. Find a key to start a car, find the hands to a clock, and more. The storyline is where CrossWorlds the Flying City leaves reality behind. We use a device to travel to parallel worlds. Yeah that whole multi-verse belief system. Sort of like Sliders but we have an egg shaped chair instead of a remote.
Most of the areas in CrossWorlds the Flying City have amazing details. I could see this as a Personal Computer game (PC). There are some odd characters who have odd ways of presenting themselves. Like the yoga practicing creature. The music in CrossWorlds the Flying City is pleasant, and enhances the mood of this game.
In my opinion CrossWorlds the Flying City is a one shot kind of thing. We go through the storyline by solving the puzzles. Beating the puzzles grants us access to new areas, and a little more story. Although CrossWorlds the Flying City is a little light on story. We are chasing down our dad who is being hunted. Which makes me wonder how we had a machine to use if he already used it.
CrossWorlds the Flying City contains some mild mysticism as well as the multi-verse belief. The plus side to CrossWorlds the Flying City is we are taught to look for hidden items in a clutter of things. This can assist in focusing, concentrating, and unearthing hidden items. After playing CrossWorlds the Flying City I was able to find my missing keys much faster.
Family Friendly Factor: 66%
Publisher: G5 Entertainment
Rating: ‘4+’ - 4+
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