For anyone who’s looking for adventure games for the PC with top quality imagery, diverse game play and an atmospheric soundtrack, “Drawn: Dark Flight” might be one of the best options available. If you’re trying to figure out if you’ll enjoy playing the game, this review will help you make up your mind… although you should remember you can download a trial version and sample the game, free of charge. That would be the best way to find out if this is the kind of point-and-click adventure you’re looking for.
Dark Flight is actually the second game in the “Drawn” series, and it’s a follow-up to last year’s “Drawn: The Painted Tower”. In the present game you’re responsible for finding Iris, the missing princess who has a rather unique ability: she can make the workings of her imagination come true, simply by painting a picture. As such, this game isn’t all about puzzle-solving and object-hunting; there are several remarkable moments where you’ll be asked to use your creativity to complete unfinished sketches that will open up new sections of adventuring, for example. No need to worry, though… you don’t have to be an artist to successfully finish the drawing bits in the game.