Arctic Adventure: Episodes review
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Arctic Adventure: Episodes is a point-and-click game. The game is free to play, but the player can purchase items in the game using real money. The puzzles are connected to each other, and the player can go back to previous locations in the game. There are games that provide enjoyment and entertainment for the whole family. One of those games is Arctic Adventure: Episodes. This game is designed for kids ages 3 and up, but also provides entertainment for adults. The game is downloaded for free on the App Store.
In the first episode the player takes the role of a member of a Canadian military patrol sent to investigate a train derailment. The player receives instructions via radio, and the decisions made will affect the outcome of the episode.
The graphics are 2D, with hand-drawn characters. The backgrounds are completely 2D, while the characters are 3D. The graphics are very good. The backgrounds are nice and detailed. The sound is very good. The sound is realistic and it really helps set the mood. The graphics of the game are not 3D, but they are still good. The graphics in the game are not the best but they are still good and they do not detract from the game in any way.
The fact that the game is episodic, there are many locations that can be visited, and there are many puzzles that need to be solved, Arctic Adventure: Episodes is very replayable. The game is episodic and there are four episodes in total, so if a player is looking for a long game then they should look elsewhere. But the game is still fun and entertaining for the whole family.
In Arctic Adventure: Episodes, you'll go on a one-way journey to the North Pole to uncover a mysterious disappearance. You will experience a story that unfolds through a series of episodes that you'll have to play through to the end. The episodes have a variety of different gameplay mechanics, so you'll never get bored.
10 GB available space