Ghost Escape 3D really nailed their formula down on this one, with challenging puzzles and 3D environment, it's simply the best in the series.
Best in the series, hands down
Ghost Escape 3D is by far, the best installment in the series to date.
As with the first two games, you are tasked with completing a series of puzzles to unravel the mystery of the house you're exploring. The puzzles are challenging enough, but not impossible to the point of inducing rage, leaving you free to fully enjoy the atmosphere. They also kept up with their tradition of sub-quests that involve finding hidden items to add to a collection count, which gives you something else to entertain yourself with if you're having a little bit of trouble figuring out a specific puzzle.
Gameplay, graphics & sound
Gameplay is simple, and straightforward. You won't find yourself frustrated with how things work. Even first time gamers, who have had no experience with point and click adventures, will not have any difficulty navigating this title's puzzle and inventory systems. The graphics have improved tremendously. No longer is it simply a flat background, but a fully realized three dimensional environment, with some very interesting camera shifts as you move from room to room. There are also multiple objects that move when you interact with them, which gives you a much better sense that you're actually in the game as opposed to just observing it as an outsider. The sound, while not incredibly terrifying, is still functional nonetheless. It's not overblown to the point of distracting you from your tasks. It works with the environment you're in to give the graphics that extra little kick.
In conclusion ...
In conclusion, Ghost Escape 3D really nailed their formula down on this one, and I can only hope that if they make any future installments, they'll stick to this format, because it works. I, for one, had a great time playing it.
Ghostscape 3 video walkthrough - official by Psionic Games (YouTube)
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