Musings From Us Listings For Evil Spirit

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Tales From The Dragon Mountain: The Strix

This entry was posted in Adventure Games, Casual Games, General Musings, Hidden Object Mystery, Software by Snowfoxx on

Fun Factor:★☆☆☆☆ 

This is one of the most frustrating games I have ever come across. It starts off like many other hidden object mystery games. A visit to an old family home, it suddenly looks rundown and nothing like they remember. This time we are seeing through the eyes of Mina Lockheart as she goes back to her grandmother’s home on the Pozoj Creek to find an evil spirit called the Strix. While some background graphics were very pleasing, the main characters looked very cold and plastic, as is common in some unpolished computer-generated games. At the beginning, we are to search for a little green gnome-like creature called Malik that we see in a picture with Grandma. It seems this little guy is going the be the one who gets us on the right track to defeating this thing called Strix. As for Strix, I never could find it, because I spent the longest time looking for a stupid knife that was stuck behind a painting just so I could jimmy a damn lock to get a chest open. The little “hints” are useless, and they never really take you to where you should be.

The Microbie Story

This entry was posted in Casual Games, Puzzle Games, Software, Strategy Games by Snowfoxx on

Fun Factor:★★★★☆ 

The Microbie Story is a colourful spin on the old classic strategy game, Othello. In this version, we have a scientist that has been experimenting with various mircobes, and one day, somehow, an evil spirit takes over a new virus, and infects the whole of the lab. One lone bacterium has not been infected, and it is up to that little bug to clean up all the others and bring the lab back to the way it was. The Microbie Story is really fun and fast-paced, and will give you a good laugh from time to time. The bright colours are a bit hard to take visually, and the sound can be a little irritating after some time, but the gameplay is worth the little problems. If you like games like Othello and Go, then The Microbie Story is made especially for you. It’s a fun and cute variation on a theme, and includes little tools like bombs and relocators that the classic games don’t have. Slip on by the lab, and see what’s cooking in the beakers and test tubes in The Microbie Story.