Lora’s Adventure Game Reviews: The Omega Stone
With a full production team on hand this time, The Omega Stone features attractive graphics and an interface which, though it has its share of flaws, is entirely bearable. The game was genuinely fun in places, offering a Mystlike ability to explore five ruins at your own pace. There was even some humor here and there (my kids were howling with laughter when we discovered a clue floating in the toilet!) So I’m pleasantly surprised to report that The Omega Stone was a decent, playable game.