Princess Isabella: A Witch's Curse Demo
Princesses always seem to get into trouble, even if all they do all day long is sit around a big and well-protected castle. However, curses and evil witches find their way to the fragile girls, except that they are never as fragile as they look. Instead, they usually have tremendous potential lying dormant underneath their royal masks, which surfaces at the right moment to end the story with an epic wedding.
Dispel the curse of the witch and get to the bottom of the mystery
Princess Isabella: A Witch's Curse is a casual hidden object game featuring simple gameplay mechanics and a very basic storyline. However, you can still have a lot of fun with it, as long as you do not mind being hand-fed the answers to every riddle. In essence, this is all about the thrill of the ride, because the puzzles shouldn’t pose any kind of difficulty to regular fans of the genre.
As mentioned earlier, the story is about as classic as it gets in the genre. Hence, a young princess finds out that a witch has put a curse on the castle she lives in, which affects everyone in there but her. As such, it is her duty to find a way to lift the curse and save everyone, a duty that obviously transforms into quite the adventure. Along the way, a variety of other dangers needs to be tackled and dealt with.
Spot the hidden objects and solve the riddles
Gameplay-wise, the mechanics are intuitive and quite obvious, especially if you have any experience with the hidden object genre. Thus, all you have to do is pay attention to the rooms you visit and try to spot the required items. Naturally, a variety of other mini-games can be played throughout the story, which keeps the experience from getting too boring. If you enjoy the slow pace of the genre, this should be more or less what you are looking for.
You can tell that quite some work was put into the visual aspect of the game, especially because the environments are hand-drawn. Each room is detailed and nicely presented, which helps a lot with the general atmosphere. The sound wins no awards, but it can pass as acceptable, at least if you try not to pay too much attention to it.
The perfect choice for hidden object fans
All things considered, Princess Isabella: A Witch's Curse is not a masterpiece when it comes to the plot and the gameplay, but it certainly has enough upsides to be worth a playthrough from those who dabble in the calm waters of hidden object games. Not only that, but it looks more than decent as well.