The Stone of Destiny
By Avallon Alliance Ltd.
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Fancy yourself an adventurer, finding valuable hidden treasures that others have unsuccessfully searched for. Maybe a good, old fashioned mystery is just the ticket for you?
The Stone of Destiny has something for every adventurous spirit in search of intrigue. Explore the foreboding ruins of mystic temples and libraries or investigate the ancient altar where a precious object may be cleverly hidden. You never know where objects may be found, you’ll have to keep an open mind and be thorough. The yellowed map of the world may even lead you to the briny depths in search a long forgotten shipwreck.
You’ll love the beautiful, high resolution graphics and ease of playing that this app offers. If you can tap a screen, you can interact with it. There’s a zoom in feature that will help you see up close when searching for objects, and the program is available in English, Russian and French.
The Stone of Destiny is the perfect game for those times when you want light hearted entertainment that still captivates your interest. Grab this great little app now and let the adventure begin.
What's New in Version 1.3
Seeking became more favorable due to extra zoom.
Improved control: click twice to bring play screen nearer and expand the picture by two fingers.
French language localization was added
I liked this game a lot, even better than the big fish ones because of its length and additional puzzles in addition to the hidden scenes. It is also less than half the price of the others. The drawings were fantastic scenes to search for the objects in. Simply the best and I've played all the big fish ones. About five hours or more of total game play.
Playable, if tedious.
As a find the hidden objects game, it's ok. However, expect to be using the hint button a lot. And even after using the hint button, you may still be scratching your head over what exactly was just pointed out to you. (But at least you know where to tap the screen to find whatever it's supposed to be.)
Cleverly hidden items are fun to find. Hazy splotches on a wall or things half-hidden behind scenery, not so much.
Reviewed on a first generation iPhone.
The game was pretty fun and addicting. The only bad thing about it was that it was too short. I finished it in about an hour and a half. Also, the puzzles were too easy. It took me less than minute to finish. Other than that it's a great game. It just needs to be longer and needs to have harder puzzles. I'd say it should be worth $.99 or $1.99, instead of $2.99.