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Penny Dreadfuls Sweeney Todd Hidden Object Game

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moonbeam973 By moonbeam973 on
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Where to start? Okay, first of all, this game was way too short. I just downloaded it yesterday, and I finished it today. Yeah, so there's that. There's also the frustrating and irritating fact that the objects are not always clear. I guess that has something to do with the 3D quality (or lack thereof), but many times I had to use a hint to locate an object that I never would have found anyway. In other words, when the object was located for me, I was thinking, "Are you kidding me?! I was looking right at that thing, but it appeared to be something completely different." This is also one of those games where you have to click on the object in a very precise spot, or you get penalized for clicking incorrectly. I have no complaints about the audio quality but, as I mentioned previously, the image quality was less than impressive. I wasn't sure what to give for a maturity rating, because the game is pretty easy, but some of the images would not be suitable for young children. Other than the hidden object scenes, there are a few puzzles throughout the game. As far as the puzzles went, some of them were too easy, and some of them seemed to have no rhyme or reason to them. At the end of each chapter, there is a really easy puzzle to put together. This game is worth spending an hour on, to give it a try, but I didn't think it was worth it to download the whole game.