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Robin’s Quest is an interesting new interpretation of the old legend, that takes the form of a rather fun and charming hidden object game, for the enjoyment of children and adults alike.
Robin’s Quest: A Legend Born is actually one of those (surprisingly numerous) Robin Hood stories where the titular character is the heroine
of the plot.
Of course this is usual for a hidden object game and fits well to the story about a brave vigilante who helps the needy and gathers her Merry Men, only to finally save her husband from the clutches of the evil Prince John. It may sound cartoonish, but it’s fun, and this is what matters.
The difficulty also points towards a kids’ game. None of the puzzles pose any real challenge, although some of the hidden object scenes can be downright devilish. Every visited place offers small secrets to explore in the form of posters and collectible gold, but these serve no real purpose other than satisfying completionists: there are no extras, not even a high score table.
Still, Robin’s Quest is a great little adventure recommended for everyone regardless of age. It’s just an enjoyable title for a low price.