Note: This game doesn't have an optimal playing experience on Windows 10. More info. Gather your merry men and bring justice to England in Robin Hood, a whimsical re-telling of the classic adventure.
Robin returns to England only to find that the Sheriff of Nottingham rules the countryside through tyranny. Determined to bring hope back to his people, he starts his campaign that quickly becomes the stuff of legends. With the Sheriff on his tail, a band of honorable thieves at his side, and the Maid Marian in his sights, the wanted outlaw certainly has his hands full.
Slip into the role of valiant hero and experience his greatest adventures in this wonderful journey. Search for helpful objects in breathtaking and familiar medieval locations such as Sherwood Forest. Sneak through the castle grounds, the marketplace, and more, solving devious puzzles at every corner. Fight the crafty Sheriff of Nottingham and win the heart of lovely maiden Marian in this timeless adventure!
Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Robin Hood today!
Walk in the shoes of the legendary outlaw in this Hidden Object adventure.
Explore breathtaking medieval locations such as Sherwood Forest.
Sneak through the castle grounds, the marketplace, and more, solving devious puzzles.
Use what you find as valuable tools against the Sheriff of Nottingham.
Help Robin Hood win the heart of the lovely Maid Marian.
Oh boy! I had high hopes for this one as I thought it would be more like Robin's Quest which I thought was an excellent game and very well done however sorry but I could only cope with this one 10 to 15 minutes TOPS. For starters WAY too much dialouge in this game as I found myself clicking through that pretty much from the get go as I'm one that doesn't like to do a whole lot of reading in a game especially if it's not interesting which this wasn't to me. Way too much reading at the day job and most pretty atrocious so for game playing if it doesn't have my attention within a minute or so, I find myself clicking through it. The graphics are for me, a bit too cartoonish. Most things I found pretty easy to locate however some so small and while the bird hint was cute but I hated the way it displayed a big circle of feathers when you have to use it. Then there was one HOG scene after you find the items, it puts items at the bottom of the screen where inventory items would go and you have to fit them back into the scene but it would show you where to put them - sparkles. The puzzles were pretty easy but I hate spot the diffence type of puzzles. Sorry, just not for me as this game got boring and pretty quick as I found myself clicking through more dialouge than game playing. This gets a 1 star from me and my stop madness, cut off, and pull the plug already rating. Give it a whirl however and decide for yourself as you just might enjoy it which I hope you do.
What a painfully boring game. I don't even know if it can be classified as a game, its more like an activity book. Its practically ALL reading and very little game play. There are very few hidden object rounds (at least, as far as I got in the game, I quit playing about 15 or 20 minutes in because I was so bored/annoyed) and the few that are there are super easy. There are lots of silly, short non-hidden object mini-games that just seem like a waste of time. I have never reviewed a game before but decided to finally do so because this one was so terrible.
This game has too many mini gsmes but you can skip them to save time during the demo. Some of the scenes are cluttered making it hard to find HOs but you get plenty of hints. Music gets annoying after a while. Good game for kids
TAR671 | Added on: January 31, 2011
I did not like this game! I started playing the game, even with all of the negative reviews pprovided by other reviewers but, I could not make it through the hour trial period. In my opinion, the only future this game has is being used as filler in a discount package of older rereleased games. If I were the developed, I would play TAPS and give this a proper burial in the big electronic trash can.
Smedley | Added on: March 3, 2011
This game would have been interesting - 15 years ago! Very obsolete - basic music, basic graphics, way too much scripted dialogue. You are awarded jewels into your moneybag when you complete some screens, but there is no use for the money! Some of the minigames are ok, but this is generally too slow - even with your kids/grandkids playing along. Try Robin's Quest - lots more fun on same theme. Here, King Richard will die of old age before he is ransomed!
This could have been an interesting game, if it didn't move so SLOWLY. Between every scene requiring action, there were long dialogue scenes. Even skipping, I had to skp several to get to the next action spot. I buys games, not books with my Funpass!
xenutia | Added on: January 25, 2011
It's obvious that some games should be specifically aimed at the pre-teen market, because most games do cater for older age groups, but this game, although obviously aimed at pre-teens (at least I hope it is!) doesn't really seem to fit the bill. The graphics aren't great, the colours dull and lacking in vitality. It's all a bit lack-lustre. Okay, it's set in Sherwood Forest, so it has to stick to certain colours, but they could have used a great deal more imagination in making the colours vibrant and attractive. There is far too much boring and pointless diaglogue and way too many cut scenes that are really a waste of time. I spent the whole time clicking skip scene buttons to get through it. I can't imagine a ten-year-old enjoying it any more than I did in that respect. There are plenty of sparkles to show what the player needs to do, but they were too helpful and it becomes an exercise in putting one sparkly bit on top of another sparkly bit, without having to think about it at all. I did like the robin hint button, and he is by far the most interesting thing in the game. It goes to sleep when used and wakes up when ready to go again, which is a nice touch. Thankfully he wakes up very quickly, but I sincerely doubt that anyone would need to use him anyway. There is an instant skip button for the mini-games. The mini-puzzles are very much like those used in the teach-yourself elementary school level books; simple logic puzzles and designed to be educational. They could have worked, if the graphics had been more exciting, but they are just dreary. The spot the difference scenes are confusing and the other puzzles not really inspiring. It's great that developers are producing games for the younger market, but get some kids to tell you what they want in a game, rather than second-guessing. Adults can rarely judge what kids will like, but it's certainly not screens and screens full of pointless dialogue and dreary colours. I may be completely wrong and youngsters might really like this game, so give it a whirl and see what you think. You'll know pretty quickly if you like it or not!
Like my title says, what do I say? This was such a boring game. I was praying for the end by Chapter 3. There were no vocals, only this boring background music. No drama, no excitement, had repetitive scenes and repetitive requests. (How many times can you look for bows and arrows!!) There were more silly mini games than HO games. Way too many "spot the difference" games (which is not one of my favorites). The balance of the mini games were okay, find the pairs, find all 10, 12 or 15 of the same item, assembling, and number grids which they called "stamps". These were okay. But in general, game was very easy and sometimes downright silly. Of the few HO games available, there were times you didn't even need to look at the list. Just click on everything odd that looked out of place. Definitely designed for children. By the way, what is a leather vambrace?
boy am i disapointed. i was eager to help Robin Hood out. i mean he's the coolest thief EVER!!! but this game did not engage me. there was a lot of dialogue, and granted u can read it quickly, i guess b/c the game is so NOT intriquing, the dialogue became a bother to me. i have to admit i didn't even play the whole hr trial. that's unusual for me, but this game had nothing to keep me interested. just a dull game...
Lara8 | Added on: February 11, 2011
I like this game! I even bought it! I see there are a lot of negative reviews, and I agree there is WAY too much dialog. However, sometimes I just want to play easy games and this one fits. This is a good kid's game with lots of mini puzzles and stays close to the Robin Hood storyline. I agree with the reviewer about wanting a game, not a book or a long video, which some games have! This is one of those games, with which I don't have to think too much and can destress easily and feel like a kid!
This game has a ton of dialog to click through and then some really easy hidden object, find the difference and puzzles. Definitely not suited for adults as you will be bored out of your skull. If you have a child who likes to read and wants to get acquainted with HOG's this game is probably a good fit. I myself couldn't even make myself play the full hour demo. Snooze fest!!!
welshman | Added on: January 24, 2011
I gave this a trial but didn't even bother finishing the hour's free play as it was pretty dire....especially in comparison to the others on offer at the moment. It really has very little going for it - the graphics are NOT gorgeous, the storytelling is laboured and the whole thing is really as flat as a pancake, lacking any originality or guile. My reviews of other games will tell you that I am quite ready to give credit where it's due; here it simply isn't due!
Dreadful!! dialogue far too long winded and boring. No proper story line. I can't remember when I came across such boring, badly illustrated tedious game and I really did try to give it a chance before quitting in disgust.