The Mini Games are easy to medium in difficulty. Graphics: They are absolutely gorgeous. The animals are totally adorable. And I just like looking at the scenery. The Collector's Edition is also quite rewarding, it includes a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept art, a screensaver, soundtracks, achievements, collectibles, morphing objects, and a secret room. 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.
The HOPS are absolutely a delight with items that are well depicted. You have an interactive, transporter type map to help you move quickly between locales. Music wise, carries the mood of the game very well. I found this game surprisingly fun and interesting.
This game has fairly nice graphics, but could be a bit clearer. The remaining extras are the standard fluff but for new gamers the in-game strategy guide is always a benefit. Harrowed Halls: Hells Thistle has a terrific gameplay and an excellent storyline. Harrowed Halls: Hells Thistle is a must-have game for me. Not only is the game full of things to do, it is also beautiful and just what I have been looking for after all the dreary, colorless games that wrapped up in the past 3 months.
The Hidden Object Scenes are mostly Interactive List finds, the scenes are beautifully drawn and there are a ton of interactive items. I really got into the story when the demo ended. I hope all fellow gamers have a good and very healthy 2017. The game flowed quite well and is very easy to follow.
The puzzles are more challenging, and they are smartly integrated into the storyline. The graphics are beautiful and, yes, icy but perfect for a cold and rainy day here in my town. Oh, and if you just don't like HOPS, you can always switch to a mini game to help complete the scenes. The hidden object scenes are nice but easy, just as the minigames and the entire game.
The storyline does a nice job also. This Collector's Edition offers the usual Achievements to earn, and there are 41 Hidden Items to collect. As always, try if out for yourself and see what you think. There is really nothing new,
There is a good jump map available, that shows where an available task is located,
(FREE trial version)