Strangely enough, the classic NES soundtrack is available as an option as well (I personally loved it). For an old man like me, this game is heaven-sent and sends me back to my childhood. Question is, will this game hold up to a very fickle, modern gaming audience? I want to say "yes", but chances are, it will probably fly under the radar. It's a point and click puzzle solver, yet it is not anything like Myst. This is something to experience if one has not already. I would personally recommend it, but I have to remember that's my own strong bias talking, and I have to remember this game will not be for everybody. Therefore, if you want an FPS dungeon crawler with fluid action, this game is not for you. If you do not like puzzle games such as Myst, this game is not for you. Otherwise, give this game a go. It's a nice experience. Really.
Pros: Stunning artwork, easy to use interface, lots of help, good music, responsive controls. Lots of puzzles to solve!
Cons: Point and click adventure. May be too short for the experienced puzzle solver. Some may be turned off by the fanboys.
- OS: Windows XP
- Processor: 2.4GHz Processor
- Memory: 1 GB RAM
- Graphics: 512MB Dedicated Video Memory
- Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
Genre: Adventure, Indie
Publisher: Reverb Triple XP
Release Date: 21 Aug 2014