Rianna | Added on: November 14, 2011
No, sorry this was another failure in the series as far as I'm concerned. Just like the first two of the series it was confusing and difficult to get to grips with. I had problems even getting started - no in-game help whatsoever from the developers. This is my first thumbs down in Gamehouse's usually brilliant game offerings. A BIG disappointment.
Cat_In_RV | Added on: August 8, 2012
I really disliked Part 1 of this game because, like everyone else, I didn't know what to do or how to do it. But I struggled through it with the help of a walk-through. Well, to my knowledge there is no walk-through for the 2nd and 3rd parts, but after I got the hang of it, the game started to become much more fun to play. I liked Part 3 the best. Perhaps because I knew better what to do. But mostly I think because everything came together and I got to use all the spells and other things I had collected along the way. All the spells had to be used in the correct order to defeat evil, and that took a little trial and error, but the last part was fun. The whole story line was very intriguing and interesting, but it would have gone over a lot better had there been some instructions. It's too bad, because the subject matter was interesting, and the graphics were good. This could have been a really good game with a little more effort.
CardPip | Added on: November 8, 2011
This was the best of the 3 parts since there were more puzzles and riddles and less just searching for objects. I also enjoyed it more because I am now used to the format. When I started part 1, I did not know what to do and just wandered around aimlessly. It took me a while to get the hang of it. My main complaint however is that each part is way too short. I had to use FunTickets or $6.99 fees 3 separate times. To play the game, you use the mouse or keys to survey the current area looking for bullseye symbols indicating things/people you are interact with, hand cursors indicating things you can pick up, and arrows indicating new rooms or areas you can move to. As you stand in each area your point-of-view can rotate 360 degrees and go all the way up and down. You use objects or spell/charms from your inventory to interact with people and things.
Mysterya | Added on: November 8, 2011
Artwork nice but hard to move around. Seems to take forever to try and get any progress.