Each game in this series has a little different story line and they have all been interesting. Game development team did a brilliant job getting the player to feel involved with the story and connected to the protagonist. The storyline does a nice job also.
Puzzles are simple and don't take any brain power to complete, but done well. The Mini Games are easy to medium in difficulty. The hidden object segments and the puzzles during the demo, which was quite short by the way as I finished it in 42 minutes.
Colors are quite nice and bright, very true. The graphics are excellent with good voiceovers but it is a bit odd that the lip-syncing seems to be a hit or miss sort of thing.
Those looking for an intense challenge won't get it from the game either. what I like is a good balance between slightly more challenging gameplay elements and easier ones.
We highly recommend the Collector's Edition as it comes ready with tons of bonuses: a bonus chapter, a strategy guide, wallpapers, videos, concept art, soundtracks, achievements, collectibles, morphing objects, a souvenir room, replayable hidden objects, and replayable puzzles.
Many of the scenes offer Panoramic views, where you can scroll further to the left or right in an attempt to make the player feel like they are actually there. This game seemed more geared towards the beginner player, as it was on the easy side.
One of the reason's I liked this game better than the last, is that there are a ton of Mini Games, most of which are super easy.
All in all, I find Faces of Illusion: The Twin Phantoms to be an excellent game and a must-have addition to my gaming library.
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