Agatha Christie: 4:50 from Paddington is a hidden object game, which has you play as Miss Jane Marple, the remarkable detective for which no mystery is too difficult to solve. The plot surrounds what Elspeth McGillicuddy witnessed one night when she was traveling through the English countryside - yes, a murder was glimpsed by Mrs. McGillicuddy through the window of a passing train! Only her good friend Jane could possibly help to unravel that mystery. Who did it and why? The game has good graphics, it puts your right back into the atmosphere of old countryside England. The train carriages seem authentic, and Paddington train station reminds of days long gone past.
Kate Arrow: Deserted Wood tells us about the adventure of Kate and her efforts to rescue her kidnapped grandfather and restore stolen idols to a native tribe. This is a fairly straight-forward HOG/adventure game, combining the HOG search and elements of point-and-click adventue, such as the recent releases Puppetshow or Midnight Mysteries. This type of HOG is actually my favourite - search a cluttered scene, get an object to help me in my quest and on it goes. The structure of Kate Arrow's gameplay is solid enough - player is required to travel back and forth over 4 locations or so in each chapter, with sparkly HOG searches popping up.
Time Dreamer by Tiki's Lab is the latest hidden Object adventure game definitely worth our closest attention. It has you playing as a character who can travel in time while dreaming and solve various mysteries and even clean a crime! Experience nice graphics, good sound effects and save your Dad, exploring gorgeous scenes with a good mix of easy and harder to find objects in this wonderful adventure game. So, the game begins when you open your eyes first for the past seven years...
Nowadays it's very difficult to find a really deserving attention game among the wide row of ordinary games. Nightfall Mysteries: Asylum Conspiracy is a great game with many features, that won't leave all fans of mystery, adventure and puzzles indifferent!Storyline is very interesting and intriguing, so you will be kept in tension till the end of the game. After getting the last letter from her grandfather, Christine – the young girl – goes to the place nobody wants to go to find him – the only one person who has left from her family. That place is the island where something terrible happened... Investigating the territory and finding interesting characters, you will have to uncover the secrets of this enigmatic island! Will you be able to help Christine?
I think you will agree with me, that recently it’s very difficult to find a really interesting hidden object game which differs from the wide variety of other puzzle games. Made by ERS Game Studious, Redemption Cemetery: Curse of the Raven is the kind of game, which won’t leave you indifferent!
One night after a car crash you find yourself being trapped in a strange cemetery that doesn’t let you go. Trying to find a way out of there, you stumble across a cursed graveyard, a restless spirit asks you to save his daughter and promises to help you struggle out of this cemetery. Picking your way through different mysterious places of the Redemption Cemetery you meet many spirits, begging you to save them. Helping them you come nearer to the clue of the curse.
A nightmare is a way to get prepared for a day. This must be a motto of Kiera Vale, the heroine of the new Puzzle Adventure game called Nightmare Adventures: The Witch's Prison. The girl gets an enigmatic letter from a guy she doesn't know. This message brings her to the Blackwater Asylum. The eerie atmosphere of the place is greatly conveyed by means of graphics and truly corresponds to the game title. Wondering round the locations as Kiera you're supposed to find out who were the birth parents of the young lady (the gameplot includes even a DNA test) and reveal all the truth about Alton Quinn, a sloppy guy who invited Kiera to the Asylum. Just get prepared that the things happening to you during the game will go from a little creepy to really weird.
Do you dream when you sleep? Have you
ever thought to go to the shrink because of the dreams you have? The
sequel of Dominic Crane's Dreamscape Mystery called Dominic Crane 2:
Dark Mystery Revealed starts once again on the sofa of a
psychoanalyst. But now Dominic is worried not about recurring night
visions of the places he's never been to (perhaps he's got used to
that) but he cares about his sister that talks to him in his dreams.
One may say that due to Sigmund Freud or whoever else of that list this might
be the result of latent attraction if not only one thing...
The trick of the gameplot is that Crane's sister has been missing since
she was a child. And now she comes to her brother's dreams as adult
asking for some help.
Did you enjoy Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street by Tim Burton or the movies of Robert Rodrigues? If yes, the new game by Big Fish Game is definitely for you! Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poe's The Black Cat Collector's Edition is the second endeavor of the studio to make a game based on Edgar Allan Poe's novels. The first one was Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poe's Murders in the Rue Morgue Collector's Edition and got quit positive reviews almost a year ago. But maybe the mysterious atmosphere of Victorian England will bewitch you even more this time...