Reviewed in Point and click adventures
Gobliiins is half story, half puzzle, tasking the player with controlling multiple goblin characters who have different skills and abilities. You progress through the story by solving the point-and-click puzzle in each area. In addition to the slapstick humor, the original games' popularity had a lot to do with art and character designs from French illustrator Pierre Gilhodes.
Gobliiins Trilogy is a compilation of three games including Gobliiins, Gobliins 2 and Goblins 3. Released successively one after the other from 1991 to 1993 on PC, thoses point’n’click classics are now available on Android in a new version specifically enhanced for mobiles & tablets. In the first game, play the adventures of Oops, Asgard and Ignatius (also known as Dwayne, Hooter and BoBo in US) who are looking for a remedy to cure the king Angoulafre. Each character has specific abilities so you will need to play with them alternatively to succeed all the different levels.
In the second one, two goblins have to find and free the Prince. You will alternate between two diametrically opposed characters once again to reach your goals! Finally, in the last game and certainly the funniest, you play as a journalist goblin in charge of a report about the conflict between the queen and the king. However, a forced landing will upset his life: he fall in love with the Princess Winona and find himself in conflict, and then was bitten by a werewolf...
• New interface specially redesigned for mobile & tablet
• Two control modes: «Touch » and «classique »
• New gameplay adapted to the touch
• Choose between original graphics or video filtering (for rich, smooth graphics)
• « Hotspot »system : highlight interaction areas if necessary
• « Hint » system : progressive hints on player’s request
• Original soundtrack
Funny and mysterious adventures, original puzzles, colorful game with cartoon graphics, Gobliiins Trilogy offers you hours of fun at your fingertips!
This product uses ScummVM distributed under GPLv2 license. More information at http://scummvm.org/ & http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html. Source code available at http://www.dotemu.com/gpl