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Finished Heaven #545953
09/10/09 06:25 PM
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I thought I'd pass on some information that, at least, was my experience while playing the game.

Resolution=800x600 I hadn't seen this anywhere and I saw no option to increase it.
5 levels or locations all looking relatively the same.
5 main puzzles with the first one being done for you. Heavy hints for the others.
For me, 1.5 hours to complete.
If anyone has any specific question, I'll be happy to answer.

Re: Finished Heaven [Re: Mordack] #545955
09/10/09 06:35 PM
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What were the pro's & con's of the game for you?

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Re: Finished Heaven [Re: Darleen03] #545958
09/10/09 06:43 PM
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Well, not to be sounding too harsh but the biggest con was that I felt there was no game. No real story and only 4 puzzles. If I really look for something I would say the trumpet puzzle was ok but certainly not a big challenge.

Re: Finished Heaven [Re: Mordack] #545960
09/10/09 06:47 PM
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that stinks waiting all that time for a game...or anticipating something and it turns out like that......sorry to hear this...i wont be playing it as it sounds like a game i would complain about

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Re: Finished Heaven [Re: Mordack] #545961
09/10/09 06:48 PM
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Thank You, Mordack

Where there many areas to visit?

I know the Graphics were "Superb" But several things about the game is turning me off..And..It has nothing to do with religion..

Do you have an inventory?


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Re: Finished Heaven [Re: Darleen03] #545965
09/10/09 07:00 PM
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No inventory and no, not many areas to visit. 5 areas total and all graphically look the same. At 800x600 resolution, I didn't get the same "wow" factor as others.

Re: Finished Heaven [Re: Mordack] #545966
09/10/09 07:03 PM
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Thank You , Again.. Mordack

Very "Sad" News...I do know I won't be spending $30.plus dollars for game Graphics "Only"


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Re: Finished Heaven [Re: Darleen03] #546057
09/11/09 01:47 AM
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Mordack,

I must say I am shocked to "read" your opinion of this game, given the relatively positive pre-release hype and impression by others.

I am intrigued by your assessment of the puzzle length. Are these few major puzzles made up of many smaller puzzles? For a full-sized game, the few puzzles that the game offers is a big surprise. This is especially in the light of the relative high price point that the game is retailing.

How big is the game space? I can't help but to wonder about the eye candy factor.

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Re: Finished Heaven [Re: DaveHT] #546087
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Dave,

The first puzzle of the game *could* be considered multi-level and made up of smaller puzzles but as I said above, its done for you. Actually, the smaller puzzles are all repeated. Of the 4 remaining puzzles, they are stand alone, single level.
No matter how you break it down, the game is completed very quickly. I'm not one to nit-pick on any game but part of the time to complete the game was spent on many quits/restarts. I chose widescreen, which is an option, but every 5min. I had video tearing at the top and bottom of the screen.

Re: Finished Heaven [Re: Mordack] #546123
09/11/09 07:16 AM
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I just finished the trumpet puzzle, and that alone took me an hour and a half, but I'm sometimes (okay, often) not quick on the uptake when it comes to figuring out what's going on. grin

No video problems so far except for one instance where a "clue" video had oddly colored squares flashing for a second.


Mordack -- there's one puzzle after the trumpet puzzle?

Re: Finished Heaven [Re: Becky] #546180
09/11/09 11:04 AM
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Yes Becky, thats right. One more puzzle. I'm glad that you are able to squeeze out more play time.

Re: Finished Heaven [Re: Mordack] #546228
09/11/09 01:52 PM
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lol Some day, if I'm VERY good, I will aquire your talent for puzzles, Mordack. (Maybe in Paradise?) grin

Re: Finished Heaven [Re: Becky] #546251
09/11/09 02:53 PM
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Becky, one ladies talent is another man's curse.

I look forward to any observation that you might have that differs from mine.

Re: Finished Heaven [Re: Mordack] #547016
09/14/09 05:00 AM
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Well about 30 minutes ago I started Heaven - just to get a taste, really - and find it to absolutely be one of the most weird games I've ever come across !!

I've made significant progress already, in just 30 minutes, but only because I've been led around by the nose ....
Click to reveal..
and the little compass
.... NOT because I have much idea about what I'm actually doing lol

Maybe by the next time I report back I will be more "au fait" with things. Who knows think


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