xenutia | Added on: September 28, 2010
It's not only the God's patience that are tested in this game. If you like games that are totally unforgiving, then this game might well suit you. I can only say, have a go and you'll know within a few minutes whether you're tough enough to cope with it. I certainly wasn't. The object of the game is to find pieces of artifacts, assemble them to solve puzzles -- Great, I love that sort of game. Not great that the pieces are often really tiny and unless you click on them in exactly the right place you get an error message up and a shaking screen telling you that you should only click on the objects they want. The hot areas just aren't big enough for such small objects. Most games will penalize you if you click a few times in quick succession on wrong items, but with this game you get just one chance, and then an error message and a shaking screen comes to tell you not to click on objects that are not on the list. I was trying to click on the object and I missed it by less than a millimetre. This game is certainly not suitable for anyone with even a slight disability that affects hand movement. Then, to add insult to injury, I tried again on the same object and really thought I'd hit it that time, but instead I found that I'd been sent to the naughty room to practice because I'd fallen short of the games level of perfection. I was not impressed. Shame, because the graphics were nice, and it potentially was a good game. I even enjoyed the mini games I played before I conceded defeat. I'm sorry, but I found this game frustrating. It's the game equivalent of Boot Camp.