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Book of Unwritten Tales Review

Anyone that likes a good old point and click adventure game, be prepared because “The Book of Unwritten Tales” is going to knock your socks off. The game itself has its flaws but hey, what game doesnt come with its set of problems? The thing that I liked about the game is that it took me back to my childhood when I played Escape from Monkey Island, memories that I had thought I had forgotten I suddenly remembered. Which was pretty cool by me anyways. One of the few things that I didnt really like was the puzzles were pretty easy, so there was not much of a challenge. But I guess with all the art and quirky story line something had to be left out right?

Throughout the game you’re collecting many different kind of things and using them to your advantage like getting through a locked door and such. The game strictly sticks to the good ole point and click games so as your hunting for 5 minutes through the landscape in order to find an object to get you through your next obstacle.

Pretty much the game starts out with your Good guys, The Alliance. Which has your Gnomes, Elves and Dwarves. Then you have your Shadow Army feeled with Goblins and Trolls. But the opening game starts out on the back of this dragon where this caged Bat eared Professor MacGuffin is trapped when suddenly an elf named Ivo shows up to save him. Then there is a little speech scene where he wants you to cut the rope so he’ll fall off the dragon into the snow so he can escape. Very poorly thought out plan if I do say so myself because after you go through the hassle of finding a sword and cutting him down he manages to give a ring away to a Gnome (my favorite character) before the dragon swoops back down and carries him away again. Other characters get brought into the big picture of the story later on but I really dont want to say to much about the game. Just that I loved it and really hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

All in all the game was fun, but a game I couldnt play straight through because it puts me to sleep. But playing it maybe an hour a day and it’ll be a game that you’ll always remember. Or at least a game that you’ll forget until you play another game that reminds you of “The Book of Unwritten Tales” then you’ll remember everything and all the fond memories of this game.

I had fun playing this game, and if you spent a little each day playing it you’ll have fun too I give this game a 9/10.

Oh and did I mention that the game doesnt come out until the 31st of July?

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