Sport Development What is Spirit? Spirit of the Game is one of the core elements in flying disc sports.
Trouble in Oz is rated 3. Rated 5 out of 5 by gmc from Perfect for the season Love this game! The visuals are stunning. The story is unique. Just perfect for the Christmas season!
Thank you for a fun-filled, festive holiday game. I enjoyed the storyline very much. Great graphics, colors, and whimsical holiday spirit.
Exactly what I love in a holiday game. It brings me back to the amazing movie, I was excited the whole time olaying the game. The first game I bought was Dec. This game is among the ones I really like. If you want a fun time, this is a game to purchase. I'm not a puzzle lover and won't do a puzzle unless I can get through it quickly.
Voice overs drove me nuts and way too much dialog and cut scenes. I guess the main thing they wanted to do with this game was to tell a story On the other hand, it did bring in some Christmas spirit which was fun in August!
Glad I didn't spend full price for it though. You play as Dorothy, returning to the scene of the storybook to help the Munchkins and your well-known trio of friends save Christmas by getting their gifts back from the Wicked Witch.
It's a fresh take, I'll say that. The game flows pretty well overall, and many of the minigames are quite challenging, especially on the harder setting. There are a few hidden object scenes, all very easy, and you can switch to Match-3 if you prefer. Graphics are decent with some very good points, especially when your character is traveling.
Voice acting is fine, although whoever they got for The Tin Man doesn't really fit with his character at all. Minor gripe but you'll notice it too. Where this game comes up short is the story, as it's far too simplistic given the circumstances. I don't think this game quite figured out the tone, trying to make it really playful despite the dire circumstances.
It's interesting if you're an Oz completist, but otherwise you can most certainly skip it. Consider it a Christmas gift wrapped well that turns out to be socks.
As with everything else, the idea can be taken out of context and presented in a different form. Trouble in Oz is a hidden object adventure game in which you get to visit the magical land of Oz during Christmas, as well as solve a mystery involving goblins and Santa Claus himself.
The way you go about solving these mysteries is the same as in every other HOPA out there, which means that the veterans of the genre should be able to find their way around the puzzles and the interface in no time at all. The story starts with the main characters preparing for Christmas, and you are invited to join them for a party.
Thankfully, you have a plan to get everything back to normal and save the pesky goblins a lesson as well.
As you might expect, everything in The Christmas Spirit: Trouble in Oz is Christmas-related, including the puzzles and the level design. Speaking of puzzles, most of them follow the classic formula that sends you on object hunts, followed by a mini-game of some sort at the end.
I was impressed with the graphics more than the storyline. The graphics are about as colorful as they get, given the fact that the action takes place in a fantasy world and during Christmas, no less. Every scene is full of color and various Christmas decorations, and the characters are pretty detailed as well.
Not the same can be said about the cut-scenes, unfortunately, mainly because they come in very low resolutions for some reason.
In the end, The Christmas Spirit: Hence, if you want something uplifting to get you hyped for the holidays, this might just do the trick. After the demo, there was very little substance, you help a few munchkins, rescue a rabbit who can amazingly climb a vertical rope and have a close encounter or two with the goblins.The Christmas Spirit: Trouble in Oz for iPad, iPhone, Android, Mac & PC!
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Spirit of The Game has the gentle touch of a experienced preacher who knows that the best way to convey a message of salvation is to allow the congregation to feel it Rating: PG. Rated 5 out of 5 by SparkleGlow from BEAUTIFULLY detailed everywhere & the HOPS are a pleasure to play ORNATE and detailed on the indoors, with gardens and mountains on the outside - very beautiful and atmospheric.
I just lapped up all the scenes in this gorgeous looking game. For me, this is the best of the Sprit of Revenge games.