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Inbetween Land 


Inbetween Land is the latest PC to iPad port to come across my device. A young lady goes looking for her childhood friend. They grew up together in an orphanage. Why is she looking for her friend? Her friend went missing and she saw a ghost image of her friend. Thus starts the player on their quest.

Inbetween Land includes a floating island that sometimes shoots a beam of light to the orphanage. That also happens to be the last place she saw her friend. So we go about duplicating what she did to get ourselves transported to the floating island. From there we are tasked to find our friend.

Inbetween Land is a stealth hidden object game. What do I mean by the stealth part? Inbetween Land is a hidden object game that uses it in certain places, and it is not always immediately apparent that we are looking for objects. Tapping around the screen will acquire many of the needed items. The bottom screen shows what we are looking for.

There are fewer items to find in Inbetween Land than most hidden object games. Many of the items we find in Inbetween Land make sense. A key is in a dogs mouth, so we have to get his chew toy out from under the bottom of the bed. Or we need a gear and a coin to operate a machine to get a ticket.

There is a spiritual element to Inbetween Land, and it does not reinforce the teachings of the Holy Bible. Our friend is trying to help the residents of the floating island. They are in spirit form - as is our friend. We have to collect crystals to save all of them. These new age crystals have power don't you know.

I like the direction Inbetween Land takes in terms of the hidden object elements. I can see where certain themes keep getting repeated in many of these games. I would love it if future games included a Christian element to them - to appeal to the super majority of Americans.
- Yolanda


Graphics: 59%
Sound: 63%
Replay/Extras: 61%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 59%

System: iPad
Publisher: G5 Entertainment
Rating: '
4+' - 4+
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