Elephant Games presents the next chilling installment of the Royal Detective series! You’ve been summoned to the sleepy town of Dorfield to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a famous local sculptor. His wife claims that his “living” statues are to blame, but what is really going on? Uncover the truth, before it’s too late, in this sensational hidden-object puzzle adventure game!
I don't do the sound so I can't comment on that. God Bless There hasn't been a game out like this in awhile. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gryhndlvr from More statues I purchased this game and this is not based on the demo. The only problem with this procedure, is that the statues don't feel all warm and fuzzy inside, and their loved ones are having a difficult time loving something that's not all warm and fuzzy on the outside. I am curious to know if Tristan has any emotional attachment to any of his amazing creations. The hand-drawn graphics were beautiful, IMO. I really don't care whether graphics are computerized or drawn, but I know it is a definite issue with many gamers. Royal Detective: The Princess Returns a middle-of-the-road adventure that is as safe as can be, even its breathtaking production cannot save it from becoming one long snooze-fest. You have to find morphs of course, other than that I have not seen any other items to collect. There seemed to be 2 bonus chapters or at least an extra game attached to the bonus chapter. Royal Detective: The Lord of Statues took the world by storm when it first came out in June and Elephant has put forth tremendous effort to do it again this time. Plus finding the tools to accomplish such.
Have to engage my great imagination for this one! Apparently, the Princess and her magical ability to breathe life into statues is targeted by a gloomy figure. I knocked a star off for the excessive amount of relaxed puzzles in a Hops game. For people who love the extras as much as me. Tristan also has another dilemma on his hands when the other statues he makes come to life and turn on him for not being able to eat, can't enjoy life or feel pain or heat. I was happy to see the 3 screensavers, I use them for a while. I liked the unusual nature of this Royal Detective game and hopefully it contains more entertainment than I was exposed to. In this series:. I purchased this game and this is not based on the demo. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gryhndlvr from More statues Very clear and bright with excellent color. The storyline and gameplay are great.
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You're going to have to use a lot of imagination with this game's plot, because Tristan has found a way to return loved one's from the grave, and back into the loving arms of their families, in the form of walking, talking statues! For people who love the extras as much as me. Sometimes the demo just isn't long enough, depending on the tasks at hand. Have to engage my great imagination for this one! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gryhndlvr from More statues Royal Detective: The Lord of Statues took the world by storm when it first came out in June and Elephant has put forth tremendous effort to do it again this time. They were challenging and interactive, very nicely done. I did like some puzzles but I play for the hops. It will certainly appeal to many other gamers right away, especially with the subject matter. So far the level of challenge is somewhere in the middle range. As it is now, the adventure part is predictable and the hidden object scenes are just acceptable. Nonetheless, we can always rely on Elephant Games to wow us with dazzling visuals. The game is straight forward, easy to play and for more experienced players I would recommend to customize the level of challenge. I knocked a star off for the excessive amount of relaxed puzzles in a Hops game.