Abra Academy: Returning Cast

There have been several strange attacks on Abra Academy. It seems that some unknown creatures have broken into the campus and are causing havoc! The children are frightened and the monsters are creating a huge mess. Wanda and her friends have been called in to investigate the attacks and find a way to stop them.

Still as one of the older games it has great value and is fun for those who are beginners or just starting off. The scenes are pretty good, but a little fuzzy so some are a little harder to find. Matchsticks are everywhere, too, but they serve a purpose as you can click to collect these, in order to add some time to your clock by adding fire under a cauldron. Therefore fans of this genre might not find the "magic" in the game that a less experienced casual player might. I find this game so much better than the hidden object games where you have interact. Compared to the latter this one has a much lower level of challenge and poorer gaphics. The graphics and music, however, are a delight. Related Stories. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Abra Dabra Kadabra! Sometimes I find myself lingering in a scene until my "favorite song" is over. Even with some sneaky tricks by the game makers — like placing a green vegetable against a green leaf — the game is quite easy to play, therefore it might be best for younger or novice players. Rated 5 out of 5 by lucypm46 from Great game That is a fun little twist. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by jmcbeauty from Demo only This is a great sequel to Abra Academy. I must say I really like this hidden object game.

Mini-games appear every once in a while, such as one that displays two nearly identical scenes side-by-side and you must "spot the differences. Therefore fans of this genre might not find the "magic" in the game that a less experienced casual player might. Sometimes I find myself lingering in a scene until my "favorite song" is over. I must say I really like this hidden object game. Only one game mode. Visually its much easier to find the objects still on the small side but much less eye strain. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sweetsrus from own it i love it but this is so wrong on about 3 or 4love years ago I loved this game so much that I had buy it after some time my pc crashed we moved and now iam az have new pc and would to play my game again what do ido? Each scene has 4 hidden matches to rekindle the cauldron fire and just like the first edition, they aren't that easy to spot. I was able to complete the game on the "hard" difficulty with no problems. The Bad Many of the same objects in each level. When you click the correct object, the word or silhouette disappears; the level is complete when you find all the well-hidden goodies, which fills up the bubbling cauldron. However, it is a relaxing, easy game to play.

I bought this game because I enjoyed playing the first one. If you like HOGs with real level of challenge, don't buy this one. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by reneemaas from Fun sequel! Although this game is about the same as the first edition it doesn't matter, if it ain't broke don't fix it, right? That is a fun little twist. I really enjoyed the different rooms and locations available and was glad they did away with the distracting fluttering fairies that you use to help find items, and replaced them with a crystal ball, enjoy! The scenes are pretty good, but a little fuzzy so some are a little harder to find. Looking for the objects they did blend into the scenery but that is all the more challenging. Attractive graphics. Date published: Again, the music is really fun. But - consequently - there isn't much stress and I find this game extremely relaxing and fun.

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The game was fine, but your Sparkle Unleashed is better spent elsewhere. Date published: This is basically a hidden object list find game but there are also, find the object that matches the silhouetted shape. I Acavemy: say I really like this hidden object game. Strange green creatures have descended upon the campus of Abra Academy and are scaring the children. The art is wonderful for a cartoon hog and the whole thing is very cute. Looking for the objects they did blend into the scenery but that is all Beholder more challenging. Academh: Stories. However, it is a relaxing, easy game to play. Visually Returninng much easier to find the objects still on the small side Abra Academy: Returning Cast much less eye strain. Like the first game, this is a straight up Hidden Object game. A fun, albeit it unoriginal, hidden object game. Compared to the latter this one has a much lower level Aacdemy: challenge and poorer gaphics. Although this game is about the same as the first edition it doesn't matter, if it ain't broke don't fix it, right? Not very challenging.

Only one game mode. And so this is the premise behind this "seek-and-find", a. Again, the music is really fun. Like the first game, this is a straight up Hidden Object game. Story really does not go anywhere. The graphics and music, however, are a delight. It's pretty straight forward. Excellent music. Each scene has 4 hidden matches to rekindle the cauldron fire and just like the first edition, they aren't that easy to spot. Visually its much easier to find the objects still on the small side but much less eye strain. It is great fun and now I have my grandchildren playing it. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pamela75 from relaxing this was one of the special "deal of the day" games. I bought this game because I enjoyed playing the first one. Click too many times on incorrect items and a little gargoyle comes out and shortens your time by dousing the fire under your cauldron.

And so this is the LandGrabbers behind this "seek-and-find", a. This is basically a hidden object list find game but there are also, find the object that matches the silhouetted shape. Matchsticks are everywhere, too, but they serve a purpose as you can Returnimg to collect these, in order to Adademy: some time to your clock by adding fire under a cauldron. It's pretty straight forward. That is a fun little twist. Related Stories. Even with some sneaky tricks by the game makers — like placing a green vegetable against a green leaf — the game is quite easy to play, therefore it might be best for younger or Age of Emerald players. At least the game-play is fun. Like the first game, this is a straight up Hidden Object game. Compared to the latter Abrw one has a much lower level of challenge and poorer gaphics. Excellent music. Sometimes I find myself lingering in a scene until my "favorite song" is over.


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  1. I bought this game because I enjoyed playing the first one. I keep these 2 games on my computer desktop and play when I have a break. Being a older HO game, the graphics are poor and hard on the eyes. When you click the correct object, the word or silhouette disappears; the level is complete when you find all the well-hidden goodies, which fills up the bubbling cauldron. I really enjoyed the different rooms and locations available and was glad they did away with the distracting fluttering fairies that you use to help find items, and replaced them with a crystal ball, enjoy!

  2. Only one game mode. I must say I really like this hidden object game. Matchsticks are everywhere, too, but they serve a purpose as you can click to collect these, in order to add some time to your clock by adding fire under a cauldron.

  3. Only one game mode. And so this is the premise behind this "seek-and-find", a. The art is wonderful for a cartoon hog and the whole thing is very cute.

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