Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink
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About this game
Developer: Artifex Mundi
Content Rating: Teen
Delve into this exciting detective adventure game with a steampunk twist! Strange earthquakes are causing the world’s cities to crumble to ruin. The brilliant Dr. Ambrose Ink hopes to expose the underlying cause of this phenomenon, but he needs the assistance of his longtime friend, Agent Evangeline Glass. The heroine will have to storm the castle of the General Engineer of Gottland to find out the truth and stop the cataclysm.
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After the head changing, talking teeth, back and forth repetitive scenes, Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink ends as a disappointing couple hours of play. It may be worth it when the game goes under $5 but before then it just isn’t worth your time. There is not enough variation in the scenes, just recycling the few that there are until a new area is unlocked.
Characters come off looking goofy the way they move, and I found myself laughing out loud when I shouldn’t have. That aside, if more hidden objects games are like Clockwork Tales of Glass and Ink, I’d be more inclined to give them a try.
Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed my time with Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink. Improvements have been made to the audio and character animations, the setting is fantastic and the puzzles are challenging, but not so far stretched that you need to have a MENSA certificate to play it. I strongly suggest adding Clockwork Tales to your library if you’re into the puzzle genre, or even if you’re just looking for something to slow down with.