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Submitted by meepmoopmeep 2246d ago | review

Gamezebo: Pahelika: Secret Legends Review

Sometimes it feels like the creators of adventure games are working against you. Their games are filled with puzzles whose solutions are so obtuse, you begin to feel like they actually want you to fail. The same cannot be said for the designers of Pahelika: Secret Legends. While the puzzles are still pretty tricky, it's obvious that the game's creators want you to succeed and enjoy yourself – which you more than likely will.

You begin Pahelika by discovering an unusual book that, in Myst-like fashion, transports you to a variety of magical lands. The object of each journey is simply to make it to the portal that will transport you home, but naturally you'll have to do a little legwork first. (Pahelika: Secret Legends, PC) 3.5/5

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