Schoolmates: The Mystery of the Magical Bracelet

Help Flex and Eva find Blondie in Schoolmates: The Mystery of the Magical Bracelet! The three girls are having a great time being a part of Selena’s Order learning magic, going on dates, and generally enjoying their school days. Suddenly, Blondie disappears and it’s up to the other girls to find her! Deceive the evil trolls, befriend the whimsical fire spirit, and defeat a powerful mage in this incredible Adventure game!

Mini game easy and very well known - place gears to activate something!! Again, it seems that the speed would be perfect for young people but not for others who are use to moving through a game at the speed of light. A good story line about two rivaling magic schools and three girls getting in the middle of that. I did a lot of clicking around and used the hint button several times. Even seeing an object, you can only pick up when asked You play as one, then another of the girls, and have to solve problems creatively and without a lot of help. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Pokeyk from Way too slow Nice graphics, but stiff action. I venture to say no regardless of your age. Eve, the "computer genius" is too slow, Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Rebr from Too Boring! Is it challenging? There was no voices and clicking is required for each comment by the characters. The characters take way too long to move around the screen and the dialogue is way too long. The most irritating thing was watching the characters walk slowly around to do what you asked them to do several seconds before.

The few min-puzzles I encountered were enjoyable. Not for kids or adults! First, the graphics are very much of a cartoon nature and something that young people grow up with, less so for us older folks. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by capecarol from frustrating I really liked the graphics but everything else was bad, I couldn't see hidden objects at all. Obviously geared to younger players, it had very little common sense involved in its play. Again, it seems that the speed would be perfect for young people but not for others who are use to moving through a game at the speed of light. You play as three little girls that have great powers: sorcery, fighting and telepathy. Game looks like it would be fun. There are various things to do so you dont get bored easily. Mini game easy and very well known - place gears to activate something!! Basically you click and click in frustration until the game finally tells you what you need to pick up to move on to the next situation. People's mouths move, but no sound, there is no background music either which makes it even more boring. Very, Very slow movement.


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Tried the Magiical on this game and have to agree with so many others that the slowness in movement hindered the gameplay. There is no way to skip the endless dialog,no way to speed up the snail's pace of the characters walking around, no Magic Farm to know what to do next until the Magjcal tells you. Could not bear 20 minutes! I like things with a faster pace. Storyline, not much of one. Total waste of time! Game looks like it would be fun. Is it challenging? Granted the characters are a little slow but its not as bad as every1 says. Cute animation, colorful and well drawn, but the game itself is very boring! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Gembirdie from If you like old adventure games, give this a try A fun and refreshing game along the old adventure game lines. My only complaint - a bit too linear, and the ending came too abruptly and Ashtons Family Resort me. You play as one, then another of the girls, and have to solve problems creatively and without a lot of help. That's 20 min.

You play as one, then another of the girls, and have to solve problems creatively and without a lot of help. The few min-puzzles I encountered were enjoyable. Lots of mini-games to play and not every scene is hidden object! Hard to say. Is it challenging? Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by parkersam from Schoolmates: The mystery of the magical bracelet No magic in the mystery. Won't comment on recommeding this game however it will be a no buy for me. Why you might be asking? The only issue is you sometimes have to try everything even if it makes no sense to find out what to do next. All you do is click stuff, wait for the character to slowly walk around, and read boring dialog. I would only recommend this game as a "try it for young people" and go from there. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Gembirdie from If you like old adventure games, give this a try A fun and refreshing game along the old adventure game lines.

Game looks like it would be fun. Sorry fell asleep. But, even for young people, they might get frustrated with the teeny-tiny hidden objects, which lack sharpness in shape and visual location. The characters take way too long to move around the screen and the dialogue is way too long. Very, Very slow movement.


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Not the worst game but far from great. Tried the demo on this game and have to agree with so many others that the slowness in movement hindered the gameplay. Not for kids or adults! Blah Blah Blah, so much reading, and it's totally not clear on what you have to do, I gave this game about 20 min. Both the easy and the hard mode can not skip the tutorial, have excess of dialogues, and hint explains exactly what you have to do. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by capecarol from frustrating I really liked the graphics but everything else was bad, I couldn't see hidden objects at all. Lots of mini-games to play and not every scene is hidden object! Even seeing an object, you can only pick up when asked Total waste of time! There was no voices and clicking is required for each comment by the characters. Again, it seems that the speed would be perfect for young people but not for others who are use to moving through a game at the speed of light. Don't waste your time. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Jenzway from Snoozeville sry but this game was sooooooooo slow

12 thoughts on “Schoolmates: The Mystery of the Magical Bracelet

  1. You play as three little girls that have great powers: sorcery, fighting and telepathy. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by joline4 from "Very slow and boring hidden object game" The characters are cute but very slow and the images are very pretty, but I couldn't even finish the demo it was so boring. Rated 5 out of 5 by jamilynbrand from Every1 is to harsh! After playing for about 30 minutes, I'm uninstalling this one.

  2. Storyline, not much of one. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Pokeyk from Way too slow Nice graphics, but stiff action. Lots of mini-games to play and not every scene is hidden object! Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Jenzway from Snoozeville sry but this game was sooooooooo slow Granted the characters are a little slow but its not as bad as every1 says.

  3. You play as three little girls that have great powers: sorcery, fighting and telepathy. The few min-puzzles I encountered were enjoyable. Don't waste your time. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by parkersam from Schoolmates: The mystery of the magical bracelet No magic in the mystery. Is it challenging?

  4. Won't comment on recommeding this game however it will be a no buy for me. I only got as far as the tutorial because when the game asks you to hit the hint button, I can't. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by capecarol from frustrating I really liked the graphics but everything else was bad, I couldn't see hidden objects at all. There was no voices and clicking is required for each comment by the characters.

  5. Got boring fast. Cute animation, colorful and well drawn, but the game itself is very boring! I like things with a faster pace. Very different than most.

  6. You play as three little girls that have great powers: sorcery, fighting and telepathy. By the time I found the items needed to proceed, I forgot what the end result was supposed to be. Again, it seems that the speed would be perfect for young people but not for others who are use to moving through a game at the speed of light. My only complaint - a bit too linear, and the ending came too abruptly and disappointed me.

  7. Not a fast-paced game, but wildly inventive. Hopefully there will be a fix soon as the game does look interesting. Won't comment on recommeding this game however it will be a no buy for me.

  8. By the time I found the items needed to proceed, I forgot what the end result was supposed to be. You play as one, then another of the girls, and have to solve problems creatively and without a lot of help. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Rebr from Too Boring! The only issue is you sometimes have to try everything even if it makes no sense to find out what to do next. Rated 5 out of 5 by jamilynbrand from Every1 is to harsh!

  9. Basically you click and click in frustration until the game finally tells you what you need to pick up to move on to the next situation. There was no voices and clicking is required for each comment by the characters. Not a fast-paced game, but wildly inventive. Sorry fell asleep. My only complaint - a bit too linear, and the ending came too abruptly and disappointed me.

  10. Total waste of time! The most irritating thing was watching the characters walk slowly around to do what you asked them to do several seconds before. Could not bear 20 minutes! Hopefully there will be a fix soon as the game does look interesting. First, the graphics are very much of a cartoon nature and something that young people grow up with, less so for us older folks.

  11. Not for kids or adults! Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Jenzway from Snoozeville sry but this game was sooooooooo slow The objects were also very difficult to see. Won't comment on recommeding this game however it will be a no buy for me. There is so much reading, it's ridiculous!

  12. The most irritating thing was watching the characters walk slowly around to do what you asked them to do several seconds before. I have restarted and i plan to reinstall. The few min-puzzles I encountered were enjoyable. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Pokeyk from Way too slow Nice graphics, but stiff action. There is no way to skip the endless dialog,no way to speed up the snail's pace of the characters walking around, no way to know what to do next until the game tells you.

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