Level: Tombs of London back home search
Author(s): Osvaldo
total rating:7.38 Gameplay &
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Sound &
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eRIC 7 7 8 7
Jay 7 7 8 8
Jose 7 7 7 8
Ryan 7 7 8 8
category averages
(4 reviews)
7.00 7.00 7.75 7.75

Reviewer's comments

"The gameplay is similar to another Osvaldo's levels; jumps and platforming, some traps and timed runs not very tight. I don't know how this author doesn't place variety of enemies and not only knights; the maze was nasty, even more with all those poisonous dart traps and in the final area the knights can mount the horses once you've knocked them down. But this time the gameplay is more fluid and there's no much backtracking so the level was more enjoyable for me. Enough entertaining to take a try." - Jose (18-May-2019)

"Crickey, London is absolutely heaving with tinmen these days – they seem to be lurking around every corner! If you’re looking for any London landmarks, you may just be disappointed; as this takes place underground, it really could be set anywhere. Having said that, it’s a typically enjoyable Osvaldo level with lots of platforming and I really liked the moving blocks that tried to shove Lara off ledges and the timed trapdoor platforms run. Considering just how prolific a builder he is, the quality of his levels isn’t bad at all." - Jay (14-May-2019)

"My reviews of Osvaldo's levels may not deviate much from each other, but that's because he does tend to plough his own furrow with each of his releases. Decide for yourself whether that's a good or bad thing, but regardless this is another reliable release, in a somewhat gloomy and dingy but atmospheric cave setting. It's nonetheless enjoyable for what it is though, with the timed trapdoor run, the block puzzle and the search for the secrets being the main highlights, whereas the dark maze and the repetitive horseman attacks were things I could well have done without. Solid raiding from a prolific builder." - Ryan (12-May-2019)

"Have not played all Osvaldo's levels , but i bet this one is among the better ones. Good atmospere through out , better played at night as it's rather dark. I enjoyed some of the jumps and the timed platforms, i enjoyed less the maze just after that. Maybe it would have have been better to have more diversed enemies other than tinmen (2 on horses at the end) and what is the point to have a ninja just before the finish trigger ? globally it is entertaining and engrossing enough to be recommanded. Play time : about 1 hour. Secrets found 0/4" - eRIC (08-May-2019)
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