Nord and Bert Couldn't Make Head or Tail of It

by Jeff O'Neill


Return to the game's main page

Reviews and Ratings

5 star:
4 star:
3 star:
2 star:
1 star:
Average Rating:
Number of Ratings: 53
Write a review

Previous | << 1 2 3 >> | Next | Show All

- Nav (Bristol, UK), November 25, 2011

- Jeff Zeitlin (Greater New York Area), September 6, 2011

- akascully1, August 26, 2011

- Sam Kabo Ashwell (Seattle), August 2, 2011

- André St-Aubin (Laval, Québec), May 31, 2011

- Rotonoto (Albuquerque, New Mexico), May 16, 2011

- Joshua Wilson, April 25, 2011

- lobespear, February 2, 2011

- Muskie, August 11, 2010

- Mr. Patient (Saint Paul, Minn.), June 11, 2010

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
Guess the Noun!, March 12, 2010
by tggdan3 (Michigan)

What a weird game!

Of all the guess-the-verb puzzles I've hated over the years, this one is actually fun, though the entire game seems to be a series of guess the verb (or guess the noun) puzzles.

You choose between a few different locales based on different language-isms. One is based on spoonerisms, where you must turn a Gritty Pearl into a Pretty Girl. Another is based on homonyms, where you must turn the steak into a stake so you can kill a vampire. Another is on puns, where you must eat a group of lions (swallow your pride!) and eat humble pie, turn the tables (literally) etc. Yet another has you doing cliches, such as making a mountain out of a molehill or killing two birds with one stone.

The gameplay consists mainly of you looking at stuff, then trying to guess what cliche was intended. When you see that you have one stone, you must figure out that you need to kill two birds with it, or when the mice are sliding around in the grain, you need to let a cat on them, because while the cats away the mice will play. If you are not familiar with these trite phrases, you won't get far, since there's nothing other to figure out. When you see a bunch of locks, you just type >LOX to turn them into fish.

While the gameplay can be interesting, it grates on you eventually, as you try to complete areas but you've run out of sayings so you don't know what else the game is looking for. But, if you like frustration, this is the game for you!

- four1475 (Manhattan, KS), December 17, 2009

- GDL (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), July 28, 2009

- Miron (Berlin, Germany), June 29, 2009

- John D, March 14, 2009

- albtraum, February 8, 2009

- Nathan (Utah), October 25, 2008

- Wesley (Iowa City, Iowa), September 1, 2008

- Nathaniel Kirby (Pennsylvania), July 7, 2008

- Wendymoon, June 11, 2008

- Krishnoid (Sunnyvale, CA), May 22, 2008

- PDearmore (Central New York), May 6, 2008

- Grunion Guy (Portland), March 24, 2008

- bolucpap, March 19, 2008

- jfpbookworm (Hamburg, New York), February 28, 2008

Previous | << 1 2 3 >> | Next | Show All | Return to game's main page