Post by FriedGruntzaholic on Jun 23, 2004 3:25:09 GMT -8
Would you like to take a vacation and see the sights? Want to be a world-class traveler but just can't afford an around the world trip? Do you like art? Do you love puzzles? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, then have I got a game for you! Pandora's Box. Seven trickster "spirits" have escaped from Pandora's box and scattered around the world. It is up to you to find them. To do this, you must travel from city to city around the world and solve a number of visual puzzles to find each of the tricksters. Along the way, you will see many of the world's great tourist sites (and maybe some you've never heard of, but should see anyway) and have a chance to view great art from different cultures and periods. Once you find a trickster, you must solve an additional puzzle, his "challenge", to capture him and put him back into Pandora's Box. I have "wasted" a lot of hours recently playing with this game. :-[ Once I get started, I can't seem to find a good place to stop. My wife found it at Wal-Mart for $10 USD and she said it got good reviews online.
I can't take it anymore! I think I'm going to ex-PLODE!! ...Ha! Ha! Scared ya', didn't I?
What a surprise seeing this here! I had played Pandora's box a few years ago (2 or 3) and was close to the last challenge when the computer had a power surge and my game became corrupted Oh well... )
It's certainly a graphics game instead of the "logic" type puzzles in Gruntz. You will be given paintings/graphical artwork in many of the challenges. One of my favorite things about this game was the creativity of the different puzzles and the cool graphics and music.