I love Oddball, the dog, which posed cutely in this game.
Game play was interesting, yet, some puzzles were ridiculously hard to solve. Thanks to the walk through, I couldn't solve both the switch puzzle and the number lock without it. First, it's confusing when I saw six shelves with various numbers of posters and some tiny blue triangles pointing at different direction. I thought the number of posters was associated with the number lock. Then, I couldn't relate the colourful stones to the randomly scattered numbers on the scenes.
To be honest, I'd not feed a cooked fish with a stick to a dolphin. Also, a dog wouldn't know how to use a crowbar.
Thanks for the comments. The girl from the snack bar didn't know the first thing about cooking or serving food so the fish were raw, thankfully. Oddball may be cute but highly intelligent. He can find ways around obstacles where opposable thumbs would be required. This is because in an alternate reality, and by random chance he put on an extraterrestrial helmet that gave him reasoning powers as well as being able to read different languages. This timeline was changed but his mental capacity was transferred to this timeline allowing him to be able to talk to dolphins as well as understanding fishermen. I hope this clears up any confusion.
Nice game, but I hit a glitch close to the end. Watched the walkthrough and there are no cotton balls in the gift shop...
While good, I found the numbers clues to be too spread out and difficult to put in right order to obtain the wheel. Also the screen size should be adjustable, it's rather small.
Cute doggie. Not much more to say. Cute doggie
Would recomment this to everyone.