Natalie Brooks: The Treasures of the Lost Kingdom HD

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Erin Bell, Common Sense Media
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Relaxing adventure game best suited for casual players.

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Ease of Play

Players tap objects in the scene to pick them up or interact with them. There are no time limits, and you cannot "lose," so the vibe is a relaxing one.

Violence

The plot refers to a kidnapping and Grandpa being tied up, but nothing is shown except a ransacked room. The kidnappers also threaten the grandfather's life, but again, nothing is shown.

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On the game's main menu are links to more games from the same publisher, and a link to join Alawar's email newsletter.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that adventure game Natalie Brooks: Treasures of the Lost Kingdom HD is light on challenge and suspense, making it best suited for kids and casual players. No violence is shown, and there is no questionable language, but the game's occasionally awkward English might confound younger readers.

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NATALIE BROOKS: THE TREASURES OF THE LOST KINGDOM HD is an average adventure game that offers a decent length and graphics, but stumbles with a hackneyed story involving, among other things, a missing grandfather, stolen artifacts, and Al Capone. Expect occasionally awkward English like "Clean the rust off the key by your finger" as well. There's no time pressure and no way to "lose," so this app is a good one for kids to play. Hardcore adventure gamers will probably find it too light on challenge.

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