Solve challenging riddles and search for hidden items in Forgotten Riddles - The Moonlight Sonatas, a haunting hidden object game. Use the riddle-filled journals of Francis von Amadeus, a once celebrated composer and child prodigy, to discover important clues, search for them in stunning scenes, and unravel a centuries-old mystery. Play Forgotten Riddles - The Moonlight Sonatas today!
I thoroughly enjoyed using my brain to solve the riddles for locating HO's. Items seemed easier to find after thinking through what you were looking for rather than staring at a list of written words. The graphic design/size and riddle clues were quite helpful as well. I do admit that I had to restart a couple of the chapters because I did not find all that needed to be found before time ran out. The interactive scenes were all challenging for me. One of them so much so that I did have to resort to a walkthrough to figure it out. I would recommend this game to anyone wanting to utilize the brain to find HO's instead of the standard list. My plan is to challenge the teenagers in my life with these riddles/puzzles.
This game is a different type of hidden object. Instead of giving the names of the needed objects, it gives a riddle, so you must guess what the objects are and find them. As you find enough hidden objects and resolved the main puzzles, you advance to the new chapter. I kind of like it, pretty refreshing. The puzzles are also quite good. Each chapter gives 3 hints for complete a picture puzzle. This is a strictly HO-and-puzzle game, no running back and forth scenes or finding stuff for tasks or anything interactive like that. The storyline is not something to be thrilled about, and I found the ending rather disappointing. If you like riddles and aren't interested in a great storyline that much, give it a try. Otherwise, I suggest to pass it.
This is just as the title implies - to find the objects you must solve the riddle. Some are easy to figure out, some...not so much. One type of mini game where you put a jigsaw puzzle together to get extra hints. Only 10 Levels, so the game is not too long. I really enjoyed this, would recommend it to anyone tired of the same-old-fair.
PipCat | Added on: March 16, 2012
If you loved Enlightenus, you'll love this one. Designed by the same team as Enlightenus, you're taken on a journey where success is dictated by how well you can solve riddles, some of which are fairly straight forward while other require you to don your thinking cap. The story line revolves around a composer (loosely based upon Mozart?) whose life story is told at the beginning of each chapter. It's intriguing enough to keep you motivated and there's not that much reading involved. Some mini puzzles are disbursed throughout the game which can be skipped but it will cost you time. As in Enlightenus, one of the mini games requires you to replace items from a list into their proper places within a picture. As stated before, the HO portion of the game requires you to solve the riddle then find the object in the picture so it's not your standard HO game. I played in the Casual mode which gave me more than enough time to solve the riddles and find the objects or play the mini games enabling me to move to the next level. It's a really good, really different, very original type of game and one designed for the whole family. There's Good Replay Value because you do not need to solve every riddle in every chapter before moving forward so those you didn't solve the first time around will be waiting. I bought it and recommend that you give it a try.
Quite unique when you have to solve the riddles to work out your hidden object and even "switch" the look of the scene in some levels to find them. There are a few mini puzzles thrown in to get you thinking - which I found quite hard to work out the concept of what needed doing. Worth playing but nothing to get really excited about!!
nanceentertains | Added on: May 20, 2009
I love riddles!! add hidden object and u have a #1 very enjoyable game