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Tomb of Zojir: Last Half of Darkness (Windows)

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MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
3.4
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5 point score based on user ratings.

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Our Users Say

Category Description MobyScore
Acting The quality of the actors' performances in the game (including voice acting). 3.3
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 3.3
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 3.3
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 3.3
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 3.3
Story / Presentation The main creative ideas in the game and how well they're executed 3.7
Overall MobyScore (3 votes) 3.4


The Press Says

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100
Just Adventure
There are times when life seems completely out of control or uncertain. I'm sure we all feel this to a lesser or greater degree. In the midst of all the confusion and randomness there are: death, taxes, and the love of a parent for a child. I would like to add another item to the list of certainties: that any Last Half of Darkness game will be an enjoyable albeit scary and satisfying adventure game. I've played all the previous titles and this one has been my favorite. It's logical and straightforward. All the puzzles make sense and fit within the storyline.
91
GameBoomers
There are some other little surprises which, if I told you about, would defeat the purpose of them being such a thing. Suffice to say that there are many reasons to venture into Zojir’s tomb, and that you will indeed be surprised. Pleasantly, as well as in other ways. I was already a fan of the Stranger, and the Tomb of Zojir only cements my feelings. Everything considered, this is a game I think you should play.
90
Adventurespiele
"Last Half of Darkness 3 - Tomb of Zojir" ist ein tolles Grusel-Adventure, in dem Sound und Grafik perfekt aufeinander abgestimmt sind, um eine optimale Horror-Atmosphäre zu erzeugen. Gleichzeitig ist dieses Spiel etwas für Knobelfreunde, denn zahlreiche Rätsel warten darauf gelöst zu werden. Jedes Rätsel ist anders, sowohl von der Aufmachung und Art her, als auch vom Schwierigkeitsgrad her. Manchmal hätte ich mir jedoch ein paar mehr einleitende Informationen zu dem ein oder anderen Rätsel gewünscht, denn hin und wieder ist der Spieler vollkommen auf sich alleine gestellt. Es gibt viel zu lesen in diesem Spiel, dafür jedoch nur wenige Dialoge, was das Gefühl von Einsamkeit noch mehr verstärkt. Da das Spiel nicht über eine 360° Rund-um-Sicht verfügt, dürfte die 1st-Person-Perspektive auch den Spielern keine Probleme bereiten, die mit dieser Sicht sonst nicht zurechtkommen. Traust du dich die Dunkelheit zu erforschen, den Tempel zu erkunden und die Insel zu retten?
80
Adventure Classic Gaming
Despite a few misgivings, Last Half of Darkness: Tomb of Zojir is an undeniably immersive and at times creepy game. I highly recommend this game to any fan of both adventure and horror. The game may not leave a deep or long-lasting impression, but what it can deliver still makes for an ultimately successful gaming experience.
72
Adventure-Treff
Wer sich bewusst macht, dass es sich bei Tomb of Zojir mehr um eine Rätselsammlung denn um ein Erzählmedium handelt und damit leben kann, wird dank der guten wie abwechslungsreichen Knobeleien sicherlich bis zu zehn unterhaltsame Stunden mit diesem Spiel verbringen können. Zumal der nicht sonderlich hohe Schwierigkeitsgrad den Vorzug mit sich bringt, dass der Spielfluss nur selten ins Stocken gerät. Unter dem Strich bleibt also solide Unterhaltung zu einem recht günstigen Preis, die sich auch ohne Kenntnis der Vorgänger problemlos konsumieren lässt. Unter einem Must-Have-Titel stellt man sich allerdings sicher etwas anderes vor.
70
GamingLives
Overall a good point and click horror adventure that will keep you on the edge of your seat, and sometimes a little above it! This game has unique puzzles set in delightfully spooky places, with weird characters and plenty of skeletons to keep you company. The back story is gripping and creepy while, sadly, the present story is a little vague. Nonetheless, it is enjoyable to play and has earned its place alongside its peers on my adventure shelf.
70
Adventure Gamers
Overall, Tomb of Zojir is very similar to its predecessors, continuing the themes of eerie locales, mostly solitary explorations with well-clued and fun puzzles, and not much has changed in terms of puzzle difficulty, graphics, and voice acting. The story this time around does seem relegated more to the secondary materials, and the gameplay is unlikely to dazzle you at many points, but it still manages to provide a solid experience for fans of first-person adventures and the Last Half of Darkness series in particular. And it comes with spiders! I’ll leave it up to you to decide if that’s a good thing.