The game's title follows April's Fool day, but everything's pretty serious here. And those who might have been taken as fools can surprise you. The game is a nice place for the fans of searching and interacting with items.
So this is where you start - you get him all the necessary outfiit.
The game takes you in a classic fairy tale scenario, when the kingdom is threatened by a dragon and the king is willing to give her daughter to the one who will kill the dragon and bring its tooth.
Many brave knights died pursuing that goal, but then came this young boy full of enthusiasm and courage. He's got literally nothing to set forth for the dragon. So this is where you start - you get him all the necessary outfiit.
From the very start this young boy is walking around trying to find what he need or get somewhere. Many things will go to your inventory to be used somewhere else later.
It is not always very clear how to use the inventory, but who is in a hurry? So this searching and interacting process will take lots of time here. Once in a whole you will also come across the hidden object scenes, which follow the familiar path.
You get a list of items to find and rechargable hints to help you. Some of the items on the list will require you to do something with the items on the scene in order to get what is asked.
There are also different brain teasing puzzles that you will have to play in order to proceed. Those are fun because they are not simple and familiar from the tons of games you played before. The graphics and voice-over make the game look and sound rather attractive and relevant.
The game didn't shock me with some innovative features, but it was still rather pleasible to play.
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