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    genkicoll

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    The Mystery of the Dragon Prince

    Post by genkicoll on Sun Jan 08, 2012 6:32 pm

    The Mystery of the Dragon Prince
    by: Nevosoft

    Available:
    Big Fish for PC



    Explore an ancient castle that has been cursed! Solve The Mystery of the Dragon Prince
    in this exciting Hidden Object game! After receiving an invitation at
    home, set off on an exciting adventure inside of an old castle. Solve
    puzzles, find Hidden Objects, and explore different rooms in The Mystery of the Dragon Prince!


    • Nonlinear gameplay
    • Extraordinary characters
    • Find the Dragon Prince!

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    genkicoll

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    Re: The Mystery of the Dragon Prince

    Post by genkicoll on Sun Jan 08, 2012 9:00 pm

    The Mystery of the Dragon Prince (AHOG)

    This game is played like a true adventure game in many ways. There is a lot of back and forth/wandering, NO sparklies, NO hand holding and a ton of things that you probably won't notice the first time you enter the screen(s). UNlike a true adventure, however, the game saves automatically, you have the occasional hidden object scene to find objects in, there is a (slowly) refilling HINT button, and THERE IS A SKIP option for the mini-games.

    The game starts out almost insultingly easy. Click-click-click to finish a couple of scenes quickly, then just click anything out of place during the HOG scenes. This changes rather quickly. There is NO mis-click penalty - which is good, since the HOG scenes get progressively harder. After a while you'll HAVE to start clicking random items, because sometimes what you're looking for will be hidden behind something else (or several somethings Silly face)

    Soon you will be wandering without a clue about what you're supposed to be doing, but it won't take long to get the hang of the true adventure-style play. There is that HINT button to help you along the way, plus a handy walkthrough in case you get completely stuck.

    Definitely worth a demo... just don't go into the game thinking it's going to be like every other IHOG you've tried, lest ye be sorely disappointed.

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