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Rated 5 out of 5 by Aniridia from Looking, Now, Inside The Box I am incredibly fond of Nevosoft games, just because they have this authentic enrichment quality, that natural English accent, the pirate dialect in this case too, all the history research they must have done, metaphysical sciences, then these photographs of rare archaic museum pieces no one has ever seen before. This one was one of their repetitive but high quality hidden object [list/silouette] junkpile / spot the differences / find so many of one things / unscramble / special card game / find all of the pairs. /studio-dc10-driver-for-mac/. I love the photographed characters. The costumes are so worth seeing all the time. I just barely like junkpiles, though these are all nicer more expensive objects, but I loved the story, which was just absolutely fantastic, that I played this in three nights, couldn't put it down,which gave me all sorts of headaches, eye strain, and dark bags under my eyes, and made it even funnier, really.
There are a lot of locations which are different every time you go back to them. There is no actual animation. I played with hardly any sound, the music was just fine, there were no voiceovers, I would always rather read. Everything worked well. The best thing about this was the exoticly creative paranormal flavour story. I will play it again, eventually, and probably again, if my eyes keep coming back.
If you like repetitive junkpile-style games, and tiny photographed objects with names you hadn't ever heard of before, this one is well worth it. So make yes a maybe, not a no. Rated 4 out of 5 by FishyFemale from Its good looks can't make up for poor quality For some strange reason, I have an odd affection for this straight hidden object game. Maybe it's because it's been trashed so much in the forums (and for good reason) that I had to see for myself just what was wrong with it.
And I wasn't disappointed. This game may be old but it's not THAT old that modern technology couldn't have been utilized better. Pirateville is an earlier effort from a developer whose games have, fortunately, gotten better over time. The mechanics of Pirateville are awkward at best, which make for annoying gameplay since the game itself is quite long.
Instead of using voiceovers with printed dialog in paragraphs which we could have easily listened to and read quickly, we have to click after every individual phrase or sentence that's being said. This goes on whether the character is thinking to himself or talking to another person within a conversation! You're constantly clicking through each conversation and it's because of this that the game seems to take so long.
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Why was it done this way? If you can include the written word in the game at all, why didn't you design the conversations better? They don't flow when you have to click each sentence back and forth between characters. Another thing is that there are five levels within each chapter (called 'stage' here) that gets boring real fast. You have to do a variety of minigames to proceed with the story. The puzzles themselves are fun and varied but you just have to do them SO MANY times over the course of the entire game that it becomes redundant. You also get a snapshot of all the stages that you've completed on the right side of the map, but if you accidentally click a stage that you've already done, you have to do it all over again!
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