The Great Unknown: Houdini's Castle
Most of us, girls, think of our perfect honey moon long before its time. The Great Unknown: Houdini's Castle tell a story of an alternative way to spend your honey moon. The story implies that the trip was ruined. I say that the trip took an dunexpected turn that made forever better.
The hidden object levels come in two kinds. You either find the items or place them.
You meet a couple that was on the way to their honey moon. But your plane crashes (uh-oh) and you lose your husband. Well, he is not exactly lost, kidnapped rather. And the kidnapper is crazy but smart. I told you the trip becomes better! But this turn means a lot of work with your brain to outwit this genius and get your huusband back.
The graphics are beautifully drawn and totally create the atmosphere you need for the story. The music is not annoying but rather fitting the adventure theme.
The game feature a big aventue part where you go around and try to find something that would help you move on in the game. Then there are the hidden object levels. Some of them are a bit dark to distinguish the items. They are interactive and come in two kinds. You either find the items or place them.
The mini games are fun to play. They do offer some level of challenge. But it is not like they are rediculously hard. Tehre is a bonus chapter to play.
The game is very well done. The developers did a great job with this one to please the genre fans.
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