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Game Review   2011-12-29

 

Dark Parables: Rise of the Snow Queen

Dark Parables: Rise of the Snow Queen

 

Today is the day when you, the hidden object puzzle adventure genre funs, have a chance to enjoy another great game. Dark Parables: Rise of the Snow Queen follows the events of the old fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen that fits the Christmas season perfectly.

 


The game has a fair amount of hidden object levels and is also full of all kinds of puzzle to solve along the way.


Dark Parables: Rise of the Snow Queen

I don't think you need to be told the story itself because all of us know who did what and what was the end. I'll just say that the game presents the game in a really nice way with gorgeous half animated graphics and wonderful voice-over. This game is one of those that will meet the requirements of a gamer who has seen way too many games of this genre. It is obvious that lots of work has been put into it.

 

Plus there are three difficulty levels for those who want it not only to look and sound great, but also actually challenge.

 

Dark Parables: Rise of the Snow QueenThe game has a fair amount of hidden object levels. Most of the lists there show you the items you are to find, rather than just their names. There are hints to help you find them when you are stuck.

 

The game is also full of all kinds of puzzle to solve along the way. They were fun to play. Most probably you won't want to skip them. The option is available though. All that is part of the genral quest where you pick up lots of items to use them on your journey and interact with all kinds of characters.

 

All in all the game is awesome with everything it offers. If you are anything like me and don't really appreciate the creepy demonic games, you will enjoy this one.

 

 


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Sole  2012-09-09 08:46:41
Benji LDo you think people are alustirtic or are they responding to specific incentives?Does it matter the reason why someone does something positive for another person?1)I think that pure altruism, which is defined as giving up something with no expectation of receiving something in return,(Wikipedia) definitely exists in most people. For example, consider why a person might donate money to a charity anonymously. They receive nothing in return but a good feeling. The self satisfaction that someone gets from donating is merely human nature, and I don't think it counts as an incentive. If you feel good about helping another human being, you are alustirtic. 2)In my opinion, the motives for doing something good don't matter in the slightest. For example, a teenager who volunteers for the sole purpose of getting hours is still helping the organization. Both parties benefit, so why should their motives matter? Another example is a business that donates to charity for publicity. I think that if both parties can get something out of charity, it is better for everyone. Some are more alustirtic than others, that's just the way it is.
 

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