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The Princess Case A Royal Scoop

 

 

SCORE: 83

 

The Princess Case A Royal Scoop 

 

It has been my pleasure to play and review numerous hidden object games. There is something fun about finding hidden items inside a picture. The Princess Case A Royal Scoop is in that vein but vastly different from what I am used to. First off, The Princess Case A Royal Scoop has a very clean look to it. Real looking rooms are presented in this iPad, and iPhone/iPod Touch game. They do not look all cluttered like other hidden object games.

I like how crisp, clean, and clear The Princess Case A Royal Scoop looks. The people look realistic, although they are super imposed on the backgrounds in most cases. The items in The Princess Case A Royal Scoop look photo realistic. Plenty of neat items to find in this hand held video game. I felt like I was playing a tabloid reporter in The Princess Case A Royal Scoop.

The audio is the most disappointing part of The Princess Case A Royal Scoop. First off the music is okay. I was not thrilled by it, nor did it irritate me. The lack of voices for all the dialogue felt strange. I guess G5 Entertainment's games have spoiled me over the years. They have sound bytes in their games, but it really adds to the realism.

The Princess Case A Royal Scoop contains a variety of puzzles that will challenge players. There are a liberal amount of clues to help the player. Some of the mini games make no sense at all. I had to press buttons until something clicked in my little brain. I do feel that The Princess Case A Royal Scoop is a little over priced, but that is my personal opinion.

I had fun searching for items in The Princess Case A Royal Scoop. That is the core of this game, and it does that extremely well. I had to move the iPad back and forth in some levels to find items hidden behind other objects in some levels. The story line in The Princess Case A Royal Scoop revolves around a captured princess. The player is a reporter trying to find her.

I have never really understood the obsession with royalty. Why do those select few people get to be leaders, and live a pampered life? What have they ever done for me? Aside from take money so they can live in luxury? The Princess Case A Royal Scoop has some light royalty worship in it, that I will never understand.
- Yolanda

 

Graphics: 90%
Sound: 75%
Replay/Extras: 81%
Gameplay: 87%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%
System: iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch
Publisher: Microids
Rating:
‘4+’ - 4+

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