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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It's nice to see games that focus on humor and actually do a good job of it. Just as delightful Royal Trouble: Honeymoon Havoc humorous as the first one! But I think that's what is so brilliant about it! The only possible downside might be that, if you're a fan of doom and gloom, you won't like this too Bubble Zoo 2. The graphics are a bit on the cartoonish side but that adds to the fun of the game without being childish at all. They don't need a map because everything is contained within the area. Nat and Lor are still as charming as ever. I would definitely recommend this game. The storyline is pure fun, good graphics, good sound, good game! Finally I came across again All in all, Royal Trouble: Honeymoon Havoc is a must have game for hidden object lovers, especially if you are in the mood for Tisnart Shapes few puzzles as well. This was an insta- buy after only minutes of the demo for me. So I recommend both this game and the first one, and I hope they'll continue making them. Rated 5 out of 5 by gaillardia from Humor in a game I can really recommend this game for a relaxing few hours.

I was amazed at how they managed to integrate virtually every single task into the storyline, and connect every single object to the action. There are constant twists, the man and the woman both do equal amounts of work The developers got the visuals are just right, great designs btw, and great music and sound. I would definitely recommend this game. Date published: More like this one please!! Great visuals, sound 3. Giggle Each location has multiple scenes you must investigate carefully, because you need every item in order to solve the puzzles and open the way further into the game. So I recommend both this game and the first one, and I hope they'll continue making them. For a royal couple they see their sure of trouble but that doesn't stop them. I love the story and the couple's difficulties are fun. Changing perspectives You play alternating between Loreen and Nathaniel make game more interesting and fun 4. I hope they bring more games out like this one And the antics go on and on in this one too!!! Kudos for that!

There are constant twists, the man and the woman both do equal amounts of work The story is fun, and the gameplay Royal Trouble: Honeymoon Havoc fun. Or is the game just a short one!!! I would definitely recommend this game. I Roal be impatiently awaiting the sequel. You have to find articles to advance to the next area Speaking of Hzvoc, the levels are very detailed and nicely designed, which makes for a memorable journey throughout the game. The narration and the characters' lines are great and is where the comedic nature comes in. I wasn't Bubble Zoo 2 about this after seeing the ad, but I downloaded a sample and what a treat!! But old dotted 2d graphics or poor polygon renders also stresses me out also great example FFIX. I'd had a barrel of fun on the Havox one, so Honeymono was really happy to see a sequel. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Bumbles2 from What a stupendous game to play!!! Played it twice in a row! On top of that, the atmosphere is nice too, and the story is interesting enough to keep you playing.


This was an insta- buy after only minutes of the demo for me. I loved this game. I love the story and the couple's difficulties are fun. Give it a whirl, you won't be sad you did A game to brighten up your day. A refreshing new idea, I always suggest trying before buying but I think you will like this 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! I wasn't sure about this after seeing the ad, but I downloaded a sample and what a treat!! It's an uplifting game that more or less parodies the dark side of the genre. And along the way they get to see bright scenery listen to cheery music and meet interesting characters that help them. Its not the typical dark sinister games that most HOG are. Rated 5 out of 5 by gaillardia from Humor in a game

I will be impatiently awaiting the sequel. Sequel please More like this one please!! Nat and Lor are still as charming as ever. Good for a beginner. And along the way they get to see bright scenery listen to cheery music and meet interesting characters that help them. There are constant twists, the man and the woman both do equal amounts of work It's not for HO fans, though, as there aren't any. I highly recommend this game and the first one in this series! 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 hope they do more, too. But I think that's what is so brilliant about it! Their bantering and humorous remarks put a smile on my face. I love the storylines, love solving puzzles Absolutely recommend this game for gamers of all expertise!

Even marriage has not stopped this royal couple from trying to upstage one another. On top of that, the atmosphere is nice too, and the story is interesting enough to keep you playing. I wasn't sure about this after seeing the ad, but I downloaded a sample and what a treat!! There is also some really funny narration to keep the illusion going and inspire some personality into the characters. A refreshing new idea, I always suggest trying before buying but I think you will like this one! Nat and Lor are still as charming as ever. Its not the typical dark sinister games that most HOG are. I purchased both the 1st and this 2nd game in this series. For a royal couple they see their sure of trouble but that doesn't stop them. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by M7k2 from Greatest game of its kind that I played! This one is the "bestest" HOG I have played this year. Mostly a point and click "adventure" game 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. Great graphics, good music and interesting characters that they encounter on their honeymoon escapade make this game so likeable.

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Royal Trouble: Honeymoon Havoc (Part 7): The Carnival Courtyard

4 thoughts on “Royal Trouble: Honeymoon Havoc

  1. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by skullfun from Honeymoon Havoc is Hilarious and a blast to play!!! I purchased right away and have not been disappointed. There are some actual puzzles to tackle as well, most of which require you to find specific objects before they can be activated.

  2. So I recommend both this game and the first one, and I hope they'll continue making them. WHY don't more devs do this??? And of coarse, they get a laugh because they make us read all their texts! Summary: Pros: 1.

  3. The story is not very complex, but it is pretty fun and engaging. Then this 2nd game came out. For a royal couple they see their sure of trouble but that doesn't stop them. Just as delightful and humorous as the first one! It's different from other games I have played.

  4. I also loved the achievements section, something that is not too difficult to achieve most games with achievement section have achievements that I say to myself "Wow, only a select few expert gameers are going to get that! So I recommend both this game and the first one, and I hope they'll continue making them. Mostly a point and click "adventure" game 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. Gameplay has you playing both the two main characters, switching as the story progresses.

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