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Tales from the Dragon Mountain the Strix

 

 

SCORE: 66

 

Tales from the Dragon Mountain the Strix 

 

I like many of the hidden object games. It is fun to try and find all of those hidden items. I am going to be completely upfront about one very important thing. I do not like Tales from the Dragon Mountain the Strix. This iPad game that was ported from the Personal Computer (PC) feels disconnected. I think it was trying to be mysterious but it never worked for me.

I was shocked to see a completely naked anatomically correct male statue in Tales from the Dragon Mountain the Strix. And it was early on in this iPad game. There are also some occult images here and there in Tales from the Dragon Mountain the Strix. We are trying to find out why our grand mothers medallion is glowing. We find she was fighting off an evil creature. And we are the only one who can keep the world safe.

The voice acting did not impress me in Tales from the Dragon Mountain the Strix. Most of it felt too canned. I guess other games over the years have spoiled me in this regard. Much of the music in Tales from the Dragon Mountain the Strix is creepy. But then many of the images in Tales from the Dragon Mountain the Strix reinforce that.

Once you find your way through Tales from the Dragon Mountain the Strix there are few that are going to want to replay it. That reminds me - much of the graphics in Tales from the Dragon Mountain the Strix look old. Like they are from an older game where depth is not relayed too well. Tales from the Dragon Mountain the Strix is short in my opinion.

The hint button in Tales from the Dragon Mountain the Strix is mildly helpful. I got stuck numerous times and the hint button was absolutely no help whatsoever. I had to look up a guide for the PC version to figure out that I had missed something in a room. The game did not direct me to that room. So frustration ensued.

Gross and creepy are the ways I would describe Tales from the Dragon Mountain the Strix. Like a slug or a snail or something. Which is unfortunate because I like the genre. The world of Tales from the Dragon Mountain the Strix is one I do not want to visit again. The storyline can end there.
- Yolanda

 

Graphics: 59%
Sound: 74%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 69%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%
System: iPad
Publisher: G5 Entertainment
Rating: ‘4+’ - 4+

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