Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is the fifth part of the game based on the universe of the young wizard's world. Compared to the previous parts, the game introduced many new elements to the gameplay. At first glance, you could say that this is the game that all fans of Harry have been waiting for. Unlike the previous parts, we had to learn spells on our own. Unique mouse moves were introduced for each spell, and although the mechanism was limping on several occasions, it was a step in the right direction. The graphics have also improved a lot, unfortunately in some versions of the game we had serious problems with the rotation of the camera and thus with the control. The plot was still rudimentary and could be incomprehensible to those unfamiliar with the book or movies.
It took us from several to several hours to complete the entire game. They absorbed side quests such as playing gargoyles or wizarding chess. We were also given the opportunity to create our own potions and, of course, to fly on a broomstick. The whole thing gave a nice impression, although the game was far from perfect.