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Old 01-23-2011, 03:21 AM   #1
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Good game, but...

The game is overall really good, I would give it about 83%.

The weakness of this game is, that the difficulty level is very low. This was my first adventure I ever completed (now I have completed some more...), and even as a noob it was only a challenge in very rare cases.

Another weakness is, that the game gets worse at the last 1/8 and there are some puzzles where you often have just one or two options, or you need six stones for a socket in one room.

Where are these stones? Yes ofc they are all in the same room just stuck in one wall where you can simply pull them out.

These kind of puzzles ruin the game a little bit, but nevertheless it was a good purchase, and I do not regret it, because the atmo is great and it reminds me of Indiana Jones.
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Old 07-10-2011, 08:26 AM   #2
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The weakness of this game is, that the difficulty level is very low.

and it reminds me of Indiana Jones.
I felt EXACTLY the same!

I'm 100% sure that they got feedback about the difficulty of The Secret Files series. Remember they ported these games to consoles as well and difficult puzzles might be great for us hardcore adventure veterans, but can really upset the casual gamers.
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