Everybody Plays: May's Mysteries: The Secret of Dragonville Review

Everybody Plays: If Professor Layton was more into giving advice on proverbs than solving mind-bending, logic based puzzles, he'd likely have told his young apprentice Luke that "Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery." When we first saw May's Mysteries way back when, we though the same thing - here was a game that, in all but name, was another Professor Layton. Though she's certainly missing a hat, May's Mysteries looked set to offer the same mix of point and click exploration, involving storylines, and, most importantly, brain teasing puzzles that we've come to know and love from the puzzling Professor. The only problem is, as is the case with most tribute acts, May's Mysteries isn't quite as good as the real thing.

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