Reviewed in Point and click adventures
When I started City of Secrets it was like finding a delightful portal to my grandparents house. As a child, I'd spend hours on end playing LucasArts point-and-click adventures like this on my grandpa's computer. The bad thing, though, is that while City of Secrets is so clearly influenced by the great things these fantastic classic adventure games did, it also does little to alleviate their mistakes. Combine this with its sometimes poor use of the touch screen, and what you have is a fun adventure tempered by moments of frustration.