Reviewed by: Amy
Artifex Mundi knows what they are doing when it comes to seek and find games. I've said it before and I'll say it again, I have never liked seek and find games because I always get bored and quit...until now. These games are a mix of critical thinking, trial and error, sometimes frustration followed by satisfaction when you finally figure out the puzzle or mini game.
The storyline is your character is aide to a king who falls ill and passes the throne to his son. Because of your part in helping to raise him, he calls you Auntie. An evil that was once conquered comes back and kidnaps your nephew. It is up to you to find him, free him, and conquer the evil once more.
All the sites and sounds are pretty much what you've come to expect from Artifex Mundi. The same art style, some of the same voice acting, and music and sounds all fit well with the game as a whole. I might have enjoyed the first in the series a bit more, but still the artifex Mundi quality is still there. I've came to expect a good puzzler from them every time. They truly are the best development team in this genre of games.
Pros: Puzzles change and become more difficult as game progresses.
Entertaining throughout, keeps your attention.
Fairy tale-esque story that really delivers as well as the first in the series.
Cons: Short game. Wish was little longer, for better character development
Overall: 7.0 Another stellar puzzler, and point and click from the team at artifex Mundi. If you enjoyed their previous titles you will enjoy this one as well.