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A town is turning into salt and it’s up to you to find out why in this fairy-tale detective case. A legendary princess may hold the key to salvation and you soon discover there has been a possible sighting. Put on your detective hat, find the princess, and save the community before time runs out. Be careful, because danger lurks everywhere and aims to stop you in your tracks. Enjoy hours of engaging puzzles, enchanted landscapes, mysterious clues, and more in this hidden object quest.
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Ratings and Reviews
After almost two weeks without a new game, and this is what we get? This is a very dated Blue Tea game with no customization, the map, such as it is, does not teleport, and the HOGs are all fragmented objects. YUCK! This might have been passable two years ago, but not now. Come on BF, you can do better than this.
No transporting map
I'm Feeling "Salty" That This Series Has "Returned"!
I don't know what to say. After being denied a game for a full week, I was anticipating being graced with a new and exciting release. Upon first glance at the title, though, my excitement quickly abated. This is, by far, not my favorite series; and there's many reasons why, as you will see below. After playing the demo, I did purchase the game due to sheer boredom as well as the unavailability of an alternative game, even with knowing that I would become disenchanted by most aspects.
Apparently, Blue Tea Games reassumed the responsibility of developing this game, with Eipix being the publisher, I assume, this time. Unfortunately, someone forgot to send the developer a message to update this game to current-trending industry standards, as the exclusions of essential features — such as custom mode, teleportation map — amount to an inexcusable throwback to 2012. This lack of user-friendly functionality — not allowing a player to enable specific settings to accommodate his/her preferences — wholly hinders immersion and progression. For example, if I had chosen the Normal mode: (1). I would still be guided by sparkles to indicate a HOS; (2). I would be afflicted by penalties in the HOSs; and (3). The map wouldn't show areas of interest. I want a definitive means of easily determining the locations in which an action is available; however, in Normal mode, the likelihood of becoming overly dependent on using hints would have been inevitable. Thus, I resentfully chose to play in Casual mode — and the last time I did so was about three (3) years ago.
And, it gets worse: tie up your shoe laces and get ready to run because you will be steadily trotting back and forth on your own, without the aid of a transporting map. The map only indicates where there is something to do, depending on your mode of difficulty.
The storyline is nothing to write home about. The backstory is conveyed via scattered notes, letters, and other fragments of remembrance. Because the reading materials are not stored in a particular place, some of the close-ups remain open, resulting in confusion as to whether or not there is something to do. The quality of the graphics does not match the artistry and skill of the earliest games in this series. The characters' appearances are cartoonish and remind me of those from the Anime genre of gaming.
Regarding the gameplay, each player's perspective will probably vary in accordance with his/her personal preference. Those who are loyal fans of this series will love the FROGS — fragmented hidden-object scenes — but I loathe them. No diversity + no creativity, let alone any interactive elements = boredom. It is the singular type of HOS presented, and some become recycled. The puzzles, which are far few and between, fail to offer satisfying challenges. The collectibles comprise multiple sets, including cursed objects as well as the trademark Parables pieces, which are always, for me, a challenge to find. Do click everywhere because some collectibles are very small and easily missed.
This is a heavy adventure-based game in which the tasks to effect far outweigh the occurrences of both the HOSs and puzzles. There are a multitude of tasks to complete in each location, but I grew tired of the abundance of plaques to interact with. I did not experience any glitches — the best aspect of the game. My rating is 2 stars. 👎
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- 1 GB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, French, German, Japanese, Russian
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
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