Secret of the Royal Throne

It is believed that in ancient India there was a noble king who was guided by 13 deities. His kingdom was prosperous and invincible until an angry sage cursed the royal throne and stripped the deities of their powers. While visiting India on an archeological dig, a renowned archeologist from the United States learns that the kingdom really exists today and its royal throne is the key to uncover the ancient treasures of India. His daughter Samantha is set on a magical and unbelievable adventure where she has to revive and unite the deities and uncover the Secret of a Royal Throne. Help Samantha uncover the secrets before a new evil lays its claws on the treasure.

Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. No map and hint button is of little use. I have the 13 tokens on the disc but I can't select it any more to put it on the Throne Room floor. Submit Thank you for writing a review! Some of the puzzles were different and I think were my fave part of this entire game. Based on trial only. I realized that I'm tired of the many gimmicks lately. The deities were not scary at all. Just relaxing entertainment. There were 2 puzzles that vexed me, but managed with persistence. The charms: --takes place in India, which is not common for HO games. To those who "try and buy", enjoy!!! She was a truly poor VO, sorry, and very irritating. Rated 4 out of 5 by ninja from Off the beaten path I rather liked the game. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by sweetmeats from Not much fun Boring, very slow, no skipping the dialogue or cut scenes.

Submit Thank you for writing a review! The whole thing seemed hurried and did not flow well. Too bad. I played the first level which the skip and hint was supposed to fill up faster but pretty slow even at that level. Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. I realize it takes a lot to put these games together, but this needed a lot of work. But, it wasn't hard to find the last things to do. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by cherleadford from Sorry One star is the best I could do. I usually get these kind of games, even if I don't love them, because I have free game coupons to use. No hint or skip button on hard mode, but helpful messages are sufficient for expert players --no Main menu button to get out of game --voiceovers do not match the dialogue caption. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by lifetree from I liked it Pros: - The game is certainly old-school, but this is precisely why I liked it. I got stuck at one point in time and even the hints were no help at all. Just one item after another without really needing to remember where to use an item. The graphics were not bad and the story line ok.


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Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by homasina from Could Battle Slots been better with Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist effort. Voice overs were not good. You have to drag items - can't just click and use it. I played the first level which the skip and hint was supposed to fill up faster but pretty slow even at that level. Nice graphics, but that's about it. You may be pleasantly surprised. The whole thing seemed hurried and did not flow well. But, it Royal Defense Ancient Menace hard to find the last things to do. The graphics hTrone not bad and the story line ok. I usually ignore that aspect anyway, but when the characters would talk, there is not off skip option. The charms: --takes place in India, which is not common for HO games. I have the 13 tokens on the disc but I can't select it any more to put it on the Throne Room floor. To those who "try and buy", enjoy!!!

Voice for protagonist detective is more childish than adult. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by homasina from Could have been better with little effort. This may be the first game from GameHouse that I found a disappointment - thank goodness for FunPass so I could find this out before using up a credit. Can't skip the dialogue, have to wait for time to read. I'm not sure if her speech evolved later, as I muted the whole game then. Very irritating to drag items up from inventory and it keeps dropping before one gets it to go where it is needed. No, to me it's around stars. Great idea but you have to wait for each step to load, drap and drop all items as you can't just click and the whole thing is a little wonky. No map and hint button is of little use. No witches, or demons. Puzzles are mostly easy. Submit Thank you for writing a review! Click here to go to our help pages or to contact our Customer Support team instead. Hidden objects were ok.

Indian deities is a good idea and at least we're learning some real deity name in the process, I hope. No map and hint button is of little War Chariots: Royal Legion. I disliked the arrows. I realize it takes a lot to put these games together, but this needed a lot Throje work. I played the first level which the skip and hint was supposed to fill up faster but pretty slow even at that level. Date published: Rated Secret of the Royal Throne out of 5 by homasina from Could have been better with little effort. Can't skip the dialogue, have to wait for time to read. Based on trial only. I played the entire hour and, like a bad accident, I just couldn't take my eyes away. Slow moving game. However there IS a glitch at the end, where the hint keeps telling you the same thing to do, but I had already done that part. With just a little "more" it could've been a nice diversion for a couple of hours. You have to drag if - can't just click and use it.


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Secret Of The Royal Throne Gameplay [PC 1080p]

Scene discontinuity, childish challenges, very poor representation of Indian culture, accent, racial characteristics. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Oldpilot38 from Don't bother High expectations particularly based on cultural interest but expectations not met in any way. To those who "try and buy", enjoy!!! I truly liked it much more than the undistinguishable series of games that we have here, since months back-to-back. Has potential, but needs work. The "dialogue" is awful - especially for the main character. The skip takes WAY too long to charge. I can't find anything else I should do either. Very irritating to drag items up from inventory and it keeps dropping before one gets it to go where it is needed. Based on trial only. The graphics were not bad and the story line ok. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by homasina from Could have been better with little effort. It was a fresh idea, to me at least. It's old school, for sure, but has its charms, as well as major flaws. I enjoyed it.

8 thoughts on “Secret of the Royal Throne

  1. There were 2 puzzles that vexed me, but managed with persistence. No map so you have to go back and forth to find needed items. Indian deities is a good idea and at least we're learning some real deity name in the process, I hope.

  2. I realize it takes a lot to put these games together, but this needed a lot of work. The hints are ok but only vague direction letting you know where to go. But, it wasn't hard to find the last things to do.

  3. There were 2 puzzles that vexed me, but managed with persistence. Some of the puzzles were different and I think were my fave part of this entire game. You have to drag items - can't just click and use it. I truly liked it much more than the undistinguishable series of games that we have here, since months back-to-back. I got stuck at one point in time and even the hints were no help at all.

  4. It was a fresh idea, to me at least. There were 2 puzzles that vexed me, but managed with persistence. Very basic scenery and graphics. Cons: - The voice-over of the female character was horrible.

  5. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by lifetree from I liked it Pros: - The game is certainly old-school, but this is precisely why I liked it. Some of the puzzles were different and I think were my fave part of this entire game. Great idea but you have to wait for each step to load, drap and drop all items as you can't just click and the whole thing is a little wonky.

  6. The whole thing seemed hurried and did not flow well. You have to drag items - can't just click and use it. When I came here though, I was surprised that the verdict of the pond was 1 star only. I realized that I'm tired of the many gimmicks lately. The graphics were not bad and the story line ok.

  7. The hints are ok but only vague direction letting you know where to go. No, to me it's around stars. Scene discontinuity, childish challenges, very poor representation of Indian culture, accent, racial characteristics.

  8. Puzzles are mostly easy. I found that if I visited one scene and then moved to another I sometimes had to go back to visit a previous scene where items that I needed to move on were not there previously would suddenly show up. You may be pleasantly surprised. This may be the first game from GameHouse that I found a disappointment - thank goodness for FunPass so I could find this out before using up a credit.

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