This was a good point and click game. I liked the decent difficulty due to having many quests simultaneously, not to mention secret achievements. A slight improvement would be to add a quest log because it's a bit hard to keep track on what each character wants. Also it's hard to separate true quests from mere dialogue, for instance for some time I thought that ungluing Disco bear from his chair is also a quest and so is entertaining Petunia.
This is obviously the best point and click from Rejah City Guy (at least from those at NG, dunno if he has more) because there are a lot of characters who have personalities and say more then is necessary just to move the game along. In a good adventure game the characters do more then just receive an item and then give other item, they also give hints, provide services, ask questions with multiple choice answers and also say some lines that provide context and story. This game has a lot of characters doing that, although they are not original characters it still works for the game.
I am not a HTF watcher, dislike the non-action violence, so I had to resort to a walktrough to get some of the medals requiring knowledge of the series. I am not too happy about that, probably this game would be more well received by the fans of the series.
A very sweet and challenging game, with lots of clever references to HTF lol
Finished the game without using the tagged items... what was that for anyway?
That was for a secret in the ending. :)
Finished the game and I have to say, it's really cool! I loved helping all the HTF's. And in my opinion, the funniest part was when Lumpy threw that paper airplane out of the blue. xD
I was like "You should of told him why you wanted the paper to be made into a plane first!"
More challenging than expected, which was a pleasant surprise. But very annoying that the puzzle in the shop did not give me a transporter when completed! Restarted the game and same thing happened again. Really disappointing not being able to finish.
Look very carefully into the puzzle. Two pieces are almost identical, so maybe you got them backwards.