I was also hoping for an Orpheus style ending.
However, Hades gave Sisyphus the task of pushing that boulder up a hill to keep him from trying to escape Hades. If he ever got it up all the way, he was free and immortal. So why wasn't Hades super mad?
Cynnicysm, Ares was kinda fickle. Maybe he was just fond of the guy you killed or they were trying to leave it open for a sequel.
Was hoping that it ended with Orpheus and Eurydice (don't look back), but I guess the nice ending is good to. Really love greek mythology, and I thought that this game managed to put some of the many stories nicely together, with, as said, pretty graphics.
October 20th, 2011 at 3:19 am
Ares Leviathan says:
Damn...that was short...and really easy! I beat this in less than five minutes! And it's not even themed for Halloween!
I am disappointed.
P.S. I really like Halloween.
October 20th, 2011 at 2:29 am
this game suck anyone that said it didn't because it had good graphics is a graphics gummy chum bum.
We've had some very bad games on here, there's no way I am putting this one in that category, let alone worst game ever. The artwork alone lifts it above that realm.
Maybe I just projected my imagination onto the game and made the story more interesting.
October 19th, 2011 at 3:16 pm
come on. it was 30 seconds long, some of the stages had no clear indication of what to do while others were blatantly pointed out, making the flow stilted at best, the story was choppy and didn't make a hell of a lot of sense (why exactly did ares get pissed at you and who cares anyway?) and i'm pretty sure the happy ending was completely inconsistent with the mythology. boo. it sucks.
I thought it had nice graphics, a good story, nice use of the mythology and a happy ending. The game play was pretty basic, but intuitive. So often in these point and click games (also not my favorite) the logic just isn't there as to why one would click on something.