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The works of Shakespeare have been turned into musicals or modern day equivalents. Now we have a game that takes its inspiration from a classic Shakespeare...

By GadgetSpeak on

With a fun premise and charming visuals it's a shame that it's so hard to fully enjoy Hamlet. The majority of the puzzles in the game are simply too arbitrary and frustrating, so much so that it sucks much of the enjoyment out of the game. As...

By About.com on

I was really enjoying this game, breezing along, solving puzzles enjoying the unique art and decent storyline...and then I hit this one stupid level that requires you to rapidly click notes from a guitar and I thought "how does this fit into the...

By Gamers Daily News on

Okay, before you get all freaked out about memorizing soliloquies and parsing Elizabethan English: Hamlet is just a simple, point-and-click puzzle game with no English Lit. degrees required for installation. In fact, it barely calls for the use of...

By 1Up on

By Dan Liebmanfor GameZone.com If someone ever accused you of being a dullard, you could always defend yourself by gesturing to the vast library of “adventure” titles in your PC software library. Times have changed however, and the physical...

By GameZone on

This is a creative little point-and-click adventure. It's short, but I thoroughly enjoyed it as long as it lasted. The title is deceptive, as this game really has nothing to do with Hamlet. But if you like point-and-click games don't let that...

By IGN Gear on

William Shakespeare is simply one of the greatest storytellers that has ever lived. But as anybody that’s taken a Shakespeare course in college or attempted to read it even earlier in high school will attest, his tales written in the...

By Armchair Empire on