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    Royal Trouble



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    Royal Trouble

    Post by genkicoll on Sun Jan 08, 2012 3:54 pm

    Royal Trouble
    by: Orchid Games

    Available at:
    Big Fish for PC and Mac
    Orchid Games (support the developer)


    Princess Loreen and Prince Nathaniel have been kidnapped, and need
    your help to escape from a mysterious dungeon! Control both characters
    and manage both of their inventories in Royal Trouble,
    a fast-paced Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! Navigate treacherous
    locations, and escape from the kidnappers before it is too late! Teach
    Loreen and Nathaniel to work together in order to solve puzzles and
    reach safety.

    • Hilarious characters
    • Fantastic locations
    • Escape from the kidnappers!

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    Re: Royal Trouble

    Post by genkicoll on Sun Jan 08, 2012 10:40 pm

    Royal Trouble (Adventure)

    This is a story-driven adventure game, and you will be missing a lot if you skip through the story. There is a narrator voice-over, plus written conversations between the prince and princess.

    The first tutorial hint comes up automatically, and you have a choice to skip further tutorial hints if you wish.

    The options menu gives you separate slider bars for music and sound effects, plus a windowed/non-windowed mode.

    The general credo for adventure games is "click everywhere". There is a tiered hint system in this, giving you bits of advice at a time, rather than all at once. Just click the "More" button to see what you're supposed to do. There is no refill time, take hints when you want to.

    The game is heavy on humor - it's not to be taken seriously. The interaction between the characters is very tongue-in-cheek, as are the journal/hint entries. It starts off very easy - almost too easy - so be sure to give the demo a little time before making a yea or nay decision.

    Quirky and humorous with nice art work. Definitely one to try if you like adventure games... or even if you're new to adventures!


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    Re: Royal Trouble

    Post by Janie42 on Mon Jan 16, 2012 11:40 pm

    Agree--nice review!
    A really enjoyable game--also available at GameHouse.
    Big smile

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