Level: LB Advent Calendar 2018 - The Prophet's Trail back home search
Author(s): Talos
total rating:8.88 Gameplay &
Objects &
Sound &
Lighting &
Jorge22 9 9 9 9
Josey 10 9 9 10
PedroTheGamer 8 8 8 8
Phil 9 9 9 9
category averages
(4 reviews)
9.00 8.75 8.75 9.00

Reviewer's comments

"wow!this was amazing and challenging! Congratulations to them for them LB, I hope to see more levels of him. Everything here and very well done, parabens a sponge, a great acting voice, plus the beautiful levels.aproveite any part of the day free of this here, I took 45:02 min to finish....." - PedroTheGamer (11-Dec-2018)

"It's not really a Christmas level. Well, at least not the kind of Christmas level you'd probably expect. I think Talos' building skills have really improved and everything looks a lot more solid in her own style. Other than that, I still find the action quite confusing as in rather cryptic. But here I am, I made it to the end. It's creative and it's a Calendar level, so well done." - Jorge22 (09-Dec-2018)

"You can always expect something new and fresh with a Talos level, and this one is no exception. The Christmas connection here is your quest for gold, [frank]incense and myrrh pickups to present on plinths representing the Christ child. The scenery along the way is magnificent, the gameplay is challenging without being too tough to figure out, the enemies are few but remarkably difficult to kill (especially that knight who holds an essential key). Be sure to find all the available arrow pickups along the way, as you'll need them. If there were any secrets, I didn't find them. This builder never disappoints, and she's given us another winner to enjoy during this Advent season. Recommended." - Phil (09-Dec-2018)

"Wow, what a beautiful game! I enjoyed it very much, and certainly recommend it. Here we have the interesting characters typical of Talos' games, the right amount of difficulty to make a game challenging, but not boringly so, many cute objects and a very creative gameplay. Here we find also some enemies, one of them very, very fierce and difficult to kill with the tiny arrows we have, for the explosive ones don't work with him. (How I missed those blessed pistols!) The light is good, and the environment, nice; the action requires a keen sense of observation, because there's a subjacent subtlety everywhere; and finally, I only missed here a few more camera hints sometimes. Congratulations and thanks!" - Josey (08-Dec-2018)
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