"A refreshing midpoint between mindless casual tile-matchers like Bejeweled and antagonistic platform games like Super Meat Boy" - GameSpy.com
Take part in an amazing adventure, guiding the explorer Ernest Hamilton and his friendly bird Sasha as they co-operate to solve crafty puzzles and challenges!
Progress through 60+ levels set in four unique and visually stunning environments. Enjoy co-op or single player gameplay featuring both action puzzling and traditional problem solving. Immerse yourself into the fantastic storyline filled with extravagant escapades and memorable characters. Join in on the fun as Hamilton’s Great Adventure delivers an exhilarating experience of family entertainment!
Highly addictive puzzle adventure!
Embark on a fantastic journey & unravel an ancient mystery!
Puzzle solo or take a friend along on the adventure with simultaneous hot seat co-op!
This game is not as good as I have expected. Easy puzzles make it a little boring but still if You have free spare few minutes of time You can spend it with Hamilton and give it a try. I think that sweet graphic style and no violence put this game on a list of games for younger children. For 10$ You can buy other better games but if it's on sale it can be worth spent money.
Overall, Hamilton's Great Adventure is a very casual game with very boring puzzles which really are not puzzles at all due to how obvious they are. The game requires Windows Vista or Windows 7, which means it is not designed with low end computers in mind, however, the visuals do not represent this. The game may seem to look nice here and there, but it is very flat and boring when you see it moving. Also, the story is not even voiced except for repetitive grunting noises which get very annoying. To put it simply, yes, it is cheap, and yes, it is a high quality production, but no, it is not worth your time
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