What a great old era the Neolithic period was, when dinosaur meat was plentiful and one gigantic scrambled egg could feed an entire tribe for a week. And matters of the heart were relatively simple; all a man had to do was traverse precarious cliffs, avoid cannibals, voracious dinosaurs and pitfalls, and make it to Paradise in one piece to present his sweetheart with a flower. Well that's how it appears in Gamystar's point-and-click puzzle adventure game, Adam & Eve.
Like Neil the Nail Gamystar continues a tradition of sweet and simple point and-click games; just use your mouse to click on items and interact with the environment, helping Adam safely journey to Paradise to be with Eve. There's very little to challenge you as you play, just click on objects in the right order to progress.
With a simple goal and corresponding gameplay, Adam and Eve is more of a diversion than a cerebral challenge. There is a slight sense of a lack of difficulty when it comes to in-game interaction, but the cute cartoon-style amimated graphics and light, happy music contribute to make this game a pleasure to play. It's really just a fun little interactive story with touches of humor. So help Adam find his Eve and enjoy the stone-age journey along the way.