Solve puzzles and explore the differences between luck and skill
Beautiful graphics and animation
Mature and intelligent story
New Version has 6 more puzzles, new music and new ending.
As a hotshot hedge fund manager, William had it all. He was smart, handsome and wealthy; he never once questioned his success or place in the world. After a one-night stand, he is forced to face the truth about himself. Did he earn what he had or was just luck?
You are the young hotshot and need to discover the secrets of your own success. For the first time, you need to open you eyes and see the truth. It is going to hurt.
"Lucky" is a brand new adventure game created especially for the Kindle Fire. In this beautiful "point and click" style game, you will solve puzzles and discover secrets about yourself and your family's fortunes. Your only hope is to discover what everyone hides. For the first time, luck will have nothing to do with your success.
Wow, talk about an abrupt ending. I was just getting into it when it was over! I had a bit of a glitch--The line "Okay. So that's why you're here.", never left the screen. All subsequent dialog (there is a TON of dialog--no voiceovers, either) was superimposed over it, making it hard to read. No one else has mentioned this. Is it only me? Played ok otherwise (Kindle Fire 2nd gen.). It does indeed state 'Adult Content'--where the file size, release date and etc. are listed. I find the foul language to be a totally unnecessary addition to the game. What's the point? It will keep a lot of people from buying the game, so why add it? I just don't get it. The game itself isn't anything special. There are a few good mini-games. It is almost too short to be able to review the gameplay. I can't recommend--there just isn't enough there to be worth the download effort, let alone the 99¢.
Love the storyline, and tthe humor (love the shout out to The Princess Bride lol) I don't get offended by colorful language. Maybe it should say somewhere that the game is Mature-rated type or something. My only complaint is that it was uber short. Would have loved a longer game.
I'm afraid I didn't really like this game...I didn't even finish it. There was just too many cuss words and suggestive language, no help button, got stuck a lot, and way too much dialogue. I'm disappointed that I paid even $.99 for this game.
Well, there's a few minutes of my life I'll never get back. Game tries to impart a life lesson -- which I appreciate, but if you haven't learned this "life lesson" by the time you've graduated from kindergarten, you're in trouble. Yeah, yeah, nice graphics. But honestly, not worth it. Short, tries be all adult but misses, and frankly I resent a wee little computer game trying to teach me morals.