Parents' Guide to

House of 1000 Doors: Serpent Flame

By Erin Bell, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Casual hidden-object adventure minimizes frustration.

Game Windows 2013
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Serpent Flame is a by-the-numbers hidden-object adventure with plenty of hints sprinkled along the way for players who get easily frustrated. The puzzles are moderately challenging and can all be skipped if the player chooses. These puzzles don't always make sense -- one involves unlocking a secret compartment in a bedroom shelf that contains, of all things, a bucket of ice -- but they're fun and varied. There are some impressive full-motion video sequences, though the voice acting can be a bit sketchy. Serpent Flame will have no trouble appealing to its target audience of casual-adventure game fans.

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