Again, a fantastic game!
I loved the B-spell!
But I did find the potion making very time consuming.
Never mind, as I was looking at some art to clear my mind, I realized my oversight. That'll teach me to actually read stuff that pops up on screen...
As for the review:
I found this to be just hard enough to be fun to play, just how I like it.
Then why only 3 stars, you ask?
Well, as Steve pointed out, there are some objects that get removed from your inventory when you examine their hiding place for a second time.
Furthermore, I found the fact that I had to spell out entire objects very annoying for example: I had to type ''something...'' instead of ''something''.
I think that's something that's very easily overlooked by players.
As for the puzzles: There were some clever ways of hiding key objects around the house, and they were solvable with just a little logical thinking.
And I personally found the books and the note a very nice touch!
Yep, that did the trick.
I actually saw that little menu, but I hadn't realized it switched characters!
I give it three stars, because it's a bit small, and because the switching characters was a little unclear.
In a bigger game, having to switch between characters to make use of individual special skills could provide the recipe for an awesome game!
Amazing game, yet I am experiencing great difficulty in locating the tiles.
I have 2,3,4 and 6...
I have located and entered the ruins, I have used the ant eater, I have blown up the rubble...
Could anyone help me, please? :(