Royal Trouble: Honeymoon Havoc

Just married! Loreen and Nathaniel couldn't be happier on their honeymoon when they decide to make a detour to the Merry Castle: rollercoasters, magic tents, and fun abound. But when the Merry Castle turns out to be a trap, their bond is tested like never before. As they try to make their way out, they discover that the man behind their recent misadventure is the evil Lord Drak... ...and he's out for blood.

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【コンプリート版】Royal Trouble: Honeymoon Havoc / ロイヤル・トラブル:ハネムーン ハヴォック プレイ動画

SO funny and just delightful. This game doesn't have that, but is instead packed with fun puzzles, great narration, and humor! What you buy is the whole story in its full glory and glowing brightly in its completeness. And the antics go on and on in this one too!!! And along the way they get to see bright scenery listen to cheery music and meet interesting characters that help them. On top of it all, the puzzles can be quite demanding sometimes, even if you have the option to skip them entirely on the lower difficulty levels. Cons: 1. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Aqutalion from Fun game! I would definitely recommend this game. On top of that, the atmosphere is nice too, and the story is interesting enough to keep you playing. Good for a beginner. The graphics are a bit on the cartoonish side but that adds to the fun of the game without being childish at all.

The second game, Honeymoon Havoc, can only be described as a whimsical mad-cap adventure. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by skullfun from Honeymoon Havoc is Hilarious and a blast to play!!! I hope there are more sequels to this delightful game. I wasn't sure about this after seeing the ad, but I downloaded a sample and what a treat!! Rated 5 out of 5 by gaillardia from Humor in a game I purchased right away and have not been disappointed. I won't write anything more glowing than that because I don't want to ruin the fun of discovering this game for yourself Wish the story was longer! Continuing from above, no collector's edition silliness with bonus chapters that renders the SE players from enjoying the full storyline. The characters and art have personality and a distinctive style, and it fits in well with the tone of the game. Gameplay has you playing both the two main characters, switching as the story progresses. There is also some really funny narration to keep the illusion going and inspire some personality into the characters. Or is the game just a short one!!! The storyline is pure fun, good graphics, good sound, good game!

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Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Nahinac from Breath of fresh air It's also nice to see a dev that still takes the time to draw their characters instead of using actors or waste space on bland voiceovers I know, I'm probably alone in thinking that. I was looking for more Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist a challenge, but it kept me busy for several hours anyway. The mini games are fun and can be Royal Trouble: Honeymoon Havoc if needed. The characters and art have personality and a distinctive style, and it fits in well with the tone of the game. I highly recommend this game and the first one in this series! Summary: Pros: 1. Mostly a point and click "adventure" Honeymooon with the hidden objects being items lying around in scenes that are needed to assist you in advancing to the next phase of the game. I really enjoyed myself The narration and the Haavoc lines are great and is where the comedic nature comes in. Then this 2nd game came out. I crossed my fingers hoping it was as fun and entertaining as the The Far Kingdoms: Spooky Mosaics. And of coarse, they get a laugh because they make us read all their texts! Hooneymoon, it all goes wrong when a villain Lord Drak decides to make their life a living "you know what" by removing all the fun bits and leaving only deadly traps behind. Date Havco Rated 5 out of 5 by ninda2 from Glad to see a sequel Havpc really enjoyed this game and was glad to see another storyline, it goes back and forth between characters.

The emphasis was more on the story and having fun than trying to find this and that in every scene to get all the achievements. I love the storylines, love solving puzzles The developers got the visuals are just right, great designs btw, and great music and sound. But I think that's what is so brilliant about it! I really enjoyed myself Played it twice in a row! This is also A great sequel for the fans of the original. It's not for HO fans, though, as there aren't any. There are some actual puzzles to tackle as well, most of which require you to find specific objects before they can be activated. I'd had a barrel of fun on the first one, so I was really happy to see a sequel. And of coarse, they get a laugh because they make us read all their texts! And along the way they get to see bright scenery listen to cheery music and meet interesting characters that help them.

And the antics go on and on in this one too!!! The story is fun, and the gameplay is fun. It's not for HO fans, though, as there aren't any. You have to find articles to advance to the next Explorer: Contraband Mystery This was an insta- buy after only minutes of the demo for me. The narration and the characters' lines are great and is where the comedic nature comes in. The only possible downside might be that, if you're a Rescue at Raijini Island of doom and gloom, LandGrabbers won't like this too much. I was amazed at how they managed to integrate virtually every single task into the storyline, and connect every single object to the action. I can really recommend this Royal Trouble: Honeymoon Havoc for a relaxing few hours. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Bumbles2 from What a stupendous game to play!!! Apparently, this developer hardly makes any games but, if you check out the reviews for those that they do make, you'll quickly realize that these people are perfectionists about what they do. They can solve their way out Dolphin Dice Slots with not so hard puzzles. The puzzles were Troble: for me, and had the right balance of logic and intuition. Continuing from above, no collector's edition silliness with bonus chapters that renders the Havlc players from enjoying the full storyline.


The storyline is pure fun, good graphics, good sound, good game! LOL I can't recommend this game for kids Apparently, this developer hardly makes any games but, if you check out the reviews for those that they do make, you'll quickly realize that these people are perfectionists about what they do. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Aqutalion from Fun game! I hope they do more, too. The relationships were realistic, but also sassy and satirical enough to match the surreal situations in the game which the characters spend a lot of time making fun of. I hope they bring more games out like this one Speaking of which, the levels are very detailed and nicely designed, which makes for a memorable journey throughout the game. The emphasis was more on the story and having fun than trying to find this and that in every scene to get all the achievements. I say don't be discouraged as the hint system is good and helps you easily find your way if you get stuck. No hidden object scenes, just simple puzzles to be solved. I wasn't sure about this after seeing the ad, but I downloaded a sample and what a treat!! I hope the developers make another one just as good as these two!

6 thoughts on “Royal Trouble: Honeymoon Havoc

  1. This is the type of game every Fish addict should have in their library WHY don't more devs do this??? So I recommend both this game and the first one, and I hope they'll continue making them. I am a big fish games addict. I was looking for more of a challenge, but it kept me busy for several hours anyway.

  2. And along the way they get to see bright scenery listen to cheery music and meet interesting characters that help them. More like this one please!! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Bumbles2 from What a stupendous game to play!!! The graphics are great, I personally detest graphics that are much too real, movie-like, I want games to be gamey, if you know what I mean. It's nice to see games that focus on humor and actually do a good job of it.

  3. However, it all goes wrong when a villain Lord Drak decides to make their life a living "you know what" by removing all the fun bits and leaving only deadly traps behind. Royal Trouble: Honeymoon Havoc is a hidden object adventure game in which your purpose is to navigate every scene and look for useful items that might come in handy later on. Played it twice in a row!

  4. This is an adventure game, not a HOPA. Just as delightful and humorous as the first one! I loved the first Royal Trouble and was so excited to see the next one. But I think that's what is so brilliant about it!

  5. Their bantering and humorous remarks put a smile on my face. But old dotted 2d graphics or poor polygon renders also stresses me out also great example FFIX. I was amazed at how they managed to integrate virtually every single task into the storyline, and connect every single object to the action. The only possible downside might be that, if you're a fan of doom and gloom, you won't like this too much.

  6. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Aqutalion from Fun game! I purchased both the 1st and this 2nd game in this series. I purchased right away and have not been disappointed. I hope they bring more games out like this one

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