By Brandy Shaul From games.com
Grave Maker definitely isn't the prettiest game to look at, and its user-interface also leaves much to be desired, with no full screen camera option and active quests that are only present at the left side of the screen until you actually click on them. If you need to go back to see a quest's requirements after you've received them, you'll need to find them buried in a quest menu that you may never think to click on in the first place.
The biggest draw to Grave Maker is its cross-platform capabilities, which allow gamers to pick up their progress right where they left off across multiple devices, from their Android phone or tablet to Facebook or a basic browser window. An iPad version of the game is also in production. Ultimately though, Grave Maker doesn't really feel improved over the demo released so many months ago, and it could definitely benefit from even more time on the drawing board before being deserving of your time.
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