Join two sisters for an unforgettable, hidden object vacation in Coyote's Tale - Fire and Water Deluxe. Play as fiery Tletl, or mellow Atl, and explore beautifully animated scenes of picturesque Mexico on a hunt for cleverly hidden objects. Challenge 15 Aztec gods intent on sending the world into chaos with original hidden object quests, unique mini-games, and much more! Play today!
Play as Tletl or Atl and experience two separate storylines
Find hidden objects in two great game modes: Timed and Casual
This game is not one of the better ones that I have played. The art is terrible and the action is strange. It is a very simple game that doesn't have much to offer. I regret buying it. One play through and I will never play it again.
Silent | Added on: October 26, 2009
I've played hidden object games that have transported me to other lands, given me the shivers, and even caused me to think a bit. This game didn't do that. This game made my head hurt. The minigames were just old chestnuts rolled out for one more dull replay(quick: how do you put exactly four gallons of water into a jug using only a three gallon jug and a five gallon jug?), the searches were tired by the second or third playthrough, the voice acting was putrid with terrible animation to add to the agony(there are so many games that have characters whose mouths do NOT move when they talk. Why couldn't this game have followed suit instead of giving me the feeling that I was watching a bad dubbing of a Chinese action flick?), and to crown the whole thing, the game lagged. It lagged badly. It lagged so much I had to turn away from the game a few times so I could focus on how things normally move. I realize that occasionally games will slow a little when graphically intense scenes or movies occur. But they do not and should not get so slow that you can move your hand, remark to your significant other that you want mushrooms, ham, and pineapple on your pizza, then turn back to the screen and find that your cursor is STILL creeping slowly towards its destination. The story was reasonably decent but that's the only thing this poor game has going for it. If you have bought this game, you have my symptathy. If you haven't bought this game, spare yourself the pain.
As one of the sisters, you must find hidden objects to confront 15 gods, & solve the minigame they give you. I just played as (sister) Water, not Fire, and the experience is supposed to be different for both sisters. The first few give you power-ups as gifts, which I thought was very imaginative. After the first god, you can swap between finding objects by word or image. If I've been there before, word is fine, but if not, image is a great help. There were a few problems, of course. The voice acting is a little off. Coyote sounds like he's reading off a script he was just handed. It's really hard to get hints. You're told you would get help, but you're not given much, very often. Yes, I would suggest it for the kids, but be on hand to help them deal with the frustration, because it will be a little difficult for them.
This game has 15 levels with puzzles after each level. All the puzzles are different and fun. Most are fairly easy so this would be a good game for the kids. You do go to all the locations several times, but the difference between this game and many other HOG games is they add items to the locations and the items they add are placed where they are harder to find. You have the option of searching with a list or with pictures. The game really has nothing to do with Coyotes, it's set more in an Aztec atmosphere.
This hidden object game moved physically very slowly, between scenes and dialog, while the actual storyline was a bit choppy and odd. A great idea to have two separate characters and play modes, but needs some work. Also the pictures within scenes look cut and pasted. I started with 'water' because it was more relaxed-mode and no timed scenes. Became frustrated after about ten minutes and discontinued playing, never past chapter one ... Overall, this game needs a bit more work, but a nice concept ... one star of their effort.
Once in a while I like a really easy game. This one has a fairly good storyline, you can either choose to see the list of HOs or get a picture of an individual one. I like the little disks that you click to get extra hints. The minigames are not impossible to do and fun. I don't know if I would purchase this one, but I am having fun playing it without wracking my brain every second.
kitscat | Added on: October 28, 2010
Sorry, but the only good thing I can say about this game is that kids might like it because it is so repetitive--the same scenes with the same objects in the same places. Even clicking on the "flowers" to get more hints gets boring. Although the dialogue is absolutely the worst, kids might like what the authors think is cute, and they might also like the mini-games. I played through to the end because I didn't have an interesting game to turn to, but all the way through, I was wishing it would end.
I couldn't even get past the first few gods because the writing of the story was sooooooo boring and poorly done. I would not recommend this for someone who is looking for an interesting story.
faye1 | Added on: October 25, 2010
This is one of the easiest hidden object games I've played. The objects were easy to find. All in all I found this game to be boring and I would not recommend this game.
sportygal2009 | Added on: January 19, 2010
The dialog to this game nearly put me to sleep as I found it very unnecessary. Nearly all of the objects were pretty easy to find. Only a few well hidden. One of the easiest hidden object games I've ever played. The mini games I guess you'd call them bored me to death. Had to skip over those as they didn't make much sense to me and/or look very interesting. Sorry I can't be helpful with this game as it was just boring, boring, boring. About the only good thng I can say about this game is if your suffering from insomnia, play this and you should be asleep in no time at all. Cut this off and pull the plug already.