Reviews for Wallace and Gromits: Grand Adventures
Nice Point'n Click gamezhack075 | July 22, 2013 | See all zhack075's reviews »
This game is really close to other telltale games as usual but it is really fun as it is set in the Wallace and Gromit Universe. There are tons of reference to the old movies and a lot of new inventions and gags. It made me feel like I was watching a whole new adventure and I was really pleased that they keeped the animation style of the movie even thought everything is (obviously) in 3D.
Short, simple and fundarkyhbk | July 15, 2013 | See all darkyhbk's reviews »
The Wallace and Gromit season is built up just like Telltalles' other episodic games. Each episode requires about 3 hours of game time to complete, and feature a few, nicely designed areas, nicely built characters with very funny lines and references and simple, yet fun to solve puzzles. Here you'll be controlling Gromit, the dog, who, despite not speaking, is far more intelligent than Wallace and always gets to save the situation. The other supporting characters will be around for the whole season, allowing you to bond with them and discover their personalities. The games are a good bit of fun, and even though it might be Telltalle's weakest series, it still has a very good feel to it.
Quirky Humor and Lovely Graphicsmsdcc | June 9, 2013 | See all msdcc's reviews »
Before purchasing this game, you must ask yourself if you like point and click games. If so, this game is just for you. Based on many adventures from the Wallace and Gromit British animated show, Wallace and Gromit is truly a fun game if you are a gamer in the mood to play a very casual game. There are parts where it requires some times to figure out what to do, which is not a bad thing. As a very simplistic game, I recommend this game to anyone who has patience and is in the mood to spend a few hours per episode on a comical and clever point-and-click adventure
Clarified and didactically Playable ChildrenKellinCore | June 6, 2013 | See all KellinCore's reviews »
relive those moments that few could enjoy watching television, in movies or series, Wallace and Gromit is something unique, quaint humor, cinematic keepsake memories alive, and especially a new play style but fun
Fun with my Kidsjrod7405 | May 29, 2013 | See all jrod7405's reviews »
Our family loves Wallace and Gromit and I thought it would be great fun to play with game with my 6 year old son. The puzzles are not super hard, but not easily solved either. My son got through a good amount of them before getting stumped and I had to give him hints. Wonderful time with the family and even my 4 year old daughter enjoys watching us play. Gameplay is very well done for both adults and kids. Graphics and voice acting are as close as you are going to get to the real thing. Great time all in all and the kids look forward to Wallace and Gromit nights. I certainly enjoy the game about as much as my son.
Weird PnC but with lots of references!Laudes | May 17, 2013 | See all Laudes's reviews »
I like PnC (point and click) adventure games, and this was absolutely a game of the type I wanted. So I grabbed this and played the first two episodes, I didn't play the rest because I was simply not very impressed by how the game worked. It's very charmy with Wallace And Gromit (I'm not sure why you would ever want to play this if you have never seen the TV show before). It has it's golden moments, but for me it was not really the best PnC game. It's absolutely worth your money on sale if you're into puzzle/PnC games. I thought the puzzles were extremely illogical, but I've read lots of people online thought it was too easy (this is a review of my opinion, I am aware, but I'm just stating this not to make any confusion). I am a extemely bad puzzle solver, and I kind of have problems thinking out of the box in cases like this. Other people might not have this problem and therefore you will go on in the game, I was just stuck on every part of the game having to relate to walkthroughs. As said before I suck at puzzles, and this game was probably too puzzle-y for me. However I always found the solutions very absurd and illogical, but as said before other people might not think the same of the tricky parts. The game is as I said before very charmy, and I love some of the things they say, and I recommend this game to anyone who likes PnC (and know how to solve puzzles) and have seen the show before!
One of the best TellTale title everCavalieroscuro | May 17, 2013 | See all Cavalieroscuro's reviews »
Wallace and Gromit is one of the first episodic adventure that TellTale made: based on the animated series, this title is pretty interesting, with a good story, nice puzzles and a fantastic graphic, pretty much the same of the animated series. The game is about ten hours long, but you will never get bored while playing, and you will have a lot of fun, even if you never watched a single episode of the show. If you must choose only one TellTale title, this one is the best.