The Trader of Stories

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The Trader of Stories - Bell's Heart is the first installment in the new The Trader of Stories Point'n'Click adventure series from Pastel Games.

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That was a really good "game," though like someone commented earlier, it's more of an interactive storybook than a game which imo is the charm of this game and games like this. Music was really good, storyline and world-building was incredibly unique and especially nice since I remember playing this game when it was still new 9 years ago, and now I need to go think of playing the sequel sometime in the future.

My only problem is that some of the items needed to be collected are drawn too well into the background to the point where they can be confused for just being part of the background, such as the bottle to collect the elixir not really being drawn in a way to seperate it from the normal backgorund and thus I forgot about needing a bottle until I got stuck and had to search up online a walkthrough to finish the elixir potion. Other than that, excellent game. 5 stars, and like I said earlier, I need to play the sequel...

I love the music, and the fact that the story is over the gameplay. You solve the puzzles, not to finish the game, but to know how the story reveals, something that I really enjoy. I hope to continue this series, it's amazing.

Who is Derrida (sarcasm)

Interesting story, captivating art style and simple puzzles. The music on the other hand is a bit jaring, it prevented me from enjoying it fully.

A clever game , beautiful and captivating .At the end of the game , I wished I could play 10 more chapters of it . Thank you for this amazing game.

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4.67 / 5.00

Oct 4, 2010
4:10 AM EDT
Adventure - Point 'n Click