Cute game, with children as target audience. It's colourful, easy and has a happy-go-lucky feel to it.
The first person is Robin Hood, a young woman who was imprisoned with her husband. She has to escape the prison, help the town citizens with their problems (mostly getting their gold/items back from mean leaders), gather up her merry men by collecting their pardons so they are free to roam the town, free her husband and confront the evil Prince John.
There is a lot of backtracking as you unlock companions with abilities as you progress and so have to go back to use them. There is a map, but it's completely useless and does not tell which areas are completed nor can it be used for teleporting.
The areas themselves have an Area Cleared sign when it has been cleared.
The game mostly has a Robin Hood-era feel to it with items and music, but some wtf-things stood out. Yin yang and statue of Vishnu? Really?
Both the hidden object games and the other mini-games are really simple, the archery contest adds a little to the game, though this also is fairly easy. You have 5 hints available, in the form of a jar of fireflies, and should you use all of them, you can wander around collecting more fireflies to get more hints. Hints can be used both in puzzles and to figure out in which direction you need to go next.
Good game for children as a sort of introduction to both Robin Hood and HOGs. Might be worth its full price for children, but adults will want this on sale as it gets too easy.