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Sprill and Ritchie: Adventures in Time

A time-tripping Hidden Object adventure! in addicting Sprill and Ritchie: Adventures in Time Game

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System Requirements

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista
  • CPU: 600 Mhz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • DirectX: 7.0

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Sprill and Ritchie: Adventures in Time Game Description

Sprill and Ritchie are back in an all-new, Hidden Object game that will tickle your funny bone as much as it teases your brain! Having escaped alien captivity in the Bermuda Triangle, Sprill must now survive his best friend's outlandish experiments, which sends a temporal whirlwind ripping through time and mixing up items from different ages. To set things right, you must help Sprill collect everything that's out of place, in Sprill and Ritchie- Adventures In Time!

Sprill and Ritchie: Adventures in Time full version features include:

  • Perplexing puzzles
  • Gorgeous graphics
  • Fix the past!
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Sprill and Ritchie: Adventures in Time Game Customer Reviews

It is a near perfect HO/Adventure mash up that has everything - Inventive mini-games, fun HO play, silly but involving story, great art. Plus, the option to adjust for a wide-screen monitor which is nice since so few games do that and the stretched out look gets old quick. The hidden objects are normal sized, cleverly hidden without cheating. Searching for groups of items (chess pieces, fruit, jewelry, etc) is a bit more relaxing than constantly checking a list. In general, the inventory puzzles are a bit too simple but they break up the game nicely and keep things from getting repetitive. Not very much pixel hunting either. Logic works. The mini-games run the gamut from simple to serious with some new twists. It's a long game, too. Such a relief after months of 2-4 hour games. I used as few hints as possible and got a terrific 8-9 hours of play and I know I'll be going back to it. If there are any flaws, it's the sound track which gets dull and doesn't quite match the spirit of the story. Also, the objects are a bit finicky, you need to be very careful when placing things.

- by timekilla

Fun, delightful, but too many mini games. A challenge for some, some were easy, but over all this game is awesome, and a good one to add to my collections of HOG's.

- by lookforit

It is a fun game, even the characters are cute and the storyline is pretty darn good. The hint system is great, when you need a hint instead of just pointing to the general location the item goes directly into the box on the bottom. If BFG doesn't get it soon I will pop full price for the game. I just hope that it is a good length.

- by EIEIO