A Prince Battle Persia of Forgotten Sands is an incredibly addictive and thrilling hidden object game where you help Prince Saleh, a prince who was taken prisoner by the forces of evil emperor Jafar. Prince Saleh has lost his memories and is wandering the kingdom in search of those that still remember him. On your way you find yourself trapped in a complex maze with only a spanner to get out, but more powerful creatures threatening to take over the land. There are many hidden object scenes and exciting puzzles to solve while trying to save the prince. The whole purpose of this is to allow you to get as many objects from each room that you can in order to reach the goal room, which also contains a sword.
This game is completely themed based on the Prince Battle series of games made by Sega. However, it doesn't look anything like the real thing. In fact, there's actually a whole load of difference between the original Prince Battle Persia of Forgotten Sands. The majority of the game is played within the dark themed environment that features a variety of lighting effects, much more cartoon style graphics and well, Prince Saleh. The control scheme for this particular android game is very similar to that of the original Prince Battle PC game and features the typical touch screen controls of any other Prince Success adventure. The one big difference I noticed was that instead of using the keyboard controls you use the stylus for everything.
The graphics and audio are very basic and doesn't feature anything unique or particularly memorable from the actual Prince Battle experience. All the characters and events are exactly as they are from Prince Battle Persia of Forgotten Sands along with some new additions, mainly the amazing crystal spells and abilities. If you enjoyed the excellent hidden object style game of Prince Battle: The Sands of Time you'll love this android platform game just as much. The controls are the same, with your left mouse button functioning to zoom, your right mouse button to throw, and your spacebar to fight. The gaming environment is clear and well designed, not forgetting the beautiful background images of Prince Saleh and his nemesis, the purple Persianian.