Piano puzzle improved to be more friendly to non piano players.
Ratings and Reviews
It's good but needs better player support
I liked this game but not as well as I've liked other Mediacity games. I got really stuck on a two occasions and the hints given didn't apply to where I was at in the game. Sometimes the hints showed what I had already done or provided hints for where I had not even gone. I was able to see a hint in the app preview video and got the other by going in and out of hints many times until I found the hint that applied to what I needed. Wish there was a walkthrough somewhere. With that said, I would buy it again as I love this type gameplay. Most puzzles are a challenge without being impossible.
A Great Trip to the Old West!
Wow! What an exciting exploration of an authentically presented town in its perfectly preserved splendor, dating back to the time of the pioneering American Frontier. I laud this rare opportunity of traversing through Old Western-styled buildings and structures, such as a barbershop, a saloon, and a bank. The visuals are in true-to-life form, with an eerie realism that creates an uncanny anticipation of what puzzlement I might next discover in this desolate place. The amount of items to collect in each scene is sparse; however, if you are the type who prefers to abstain from using the Hint feature, your journey will be prolonged. My favorite type of genre is an alluring escape adventure in which you must use critical-thinking skills to progress, rather than exhaustively poking around; this one does not disappoint me. You will examine and cross-reference clues to solve puzzles, and this approach adds a challenging aspect to gameplay instead of solely locating items. I appreciate that this developer consistently releases glitch-free games. My only gripe is that a teleport map is needed to obviate the extensive and tedious back-and-forth travel since the landscape is significantly vast. Overall, I highly suggest this gem; and I wish this developer would release more games soon!
The media city games are ok.
I've played a TON of point and click games and while these are ok, my one issue is the auto logging of a clue. It makes it way too easy. Half of the fun is determining what the clues are, but if the game tells me right away, what's the point? Check out Facility47- that game is perfect. Or any of the Glitch games, nothing given at all. Something to consider on the next one!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.