Game review: Sprill: The Mystery of the Bermuda Triangle

Despite it's cartoony appearance, I decided to play Sprill: The Mystery of the Bermuda Triangle without my daughter. This was a good thing. Sprill is a sort of cat-looking creature. It's possible that he is a cat but I'm not sure why a cat would be doing this. What is he doing? He's searching the sunken wreckages of boats that have disappeared in the Bermuda Triangle. You need to find objects in each wreckage in order to open new boats and planes.

This was so much more difficult than it needed to be. Each location is jammed full with various objects so there are times that an object on your list will be mostly hidden behind another object. Of course, that makes the game extremely aggravating. There are some easier levels, which are pretty fun. But overall, the game just isn't worth all the unnecessary effort it needs. There doesn't seem to be an end to just keep searching more and more sunken boats and they all seem the same after awhile. There must have been a better way to do it.