This volume of Unlock Adventures includes Night of the Boogeymen, Scheherazade’s Last Tale, and Expedition: Challenger.
The Night of the Boogeymen
The Night of the Boogeymen is the easiest out of Exotic Adventures, so is probably the first one a lot of people will play. The artwork is gorgeous, and the theming is spot on. The puzzles are pretty simple, but the addition of certain built-in limitations helps make up for that.
Scheherazade’s Last Tale
Scheherazade’s Last Tale was a fun adventure, though it’s not top of my list for puzzles. That doesn’t mean there weren’t good puzzles in there (there surely was), but the settings and the story definitely took the spotlight.
Expedition: Challenger was unlike any other Unlock we’ve played so far. While other adventures (Tonipal’s Treasure / The Adventures of Oz) include moving around in a location, this is the first one that has made that movement part of the mechanics of the game. Time-based mechanics mean you need to think about your movement rather than running back and forth to solve puzzles as they appear. The app is also used in a new, more interactive way. Unfortunately, this new interactivity and style come at the cost of the quality of the puzzles. This feels more like a card-based version of something like Robinson Crusoe than it does an Unlock Adventure.