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From the Dana Knightone casual hidden object puzzle adventure game series comes Death and Betrayal in Romania: A Dana Knightstone Novel Collector's Edition. The whole series has a mystery novel storyline. Dana Knightstone is a fiction writer who happened across a murder on vacation in Scotland. She can see ghosts and has encountered various murder mystery situations around the world, and this time she has found herself in Romania.As far as spookiness is concerned, Romania is known for being vampire-spooky. Ms. Knightstone is not so lucky! She has been captured by a ghost who wants to make her his wife. Dana is a dead ringer for Count Lucien’s beloved Alexandra, who was murdered. As you play the role of, Dana Knightstone you gain more and more supernatural power.
It is this time of the year when you want a good story. It's not like Nativity story is not enough, it's just that everyone wants to entertain their mind with some other funny, mysterious or touching stories this season. Dana Knightstone's adventures always feature that kind of stories. If you are somehow new to the series about Dana Knightstone's adventures while being a hidden object puzzle adventure games genre fan, you should go find the other games from the series! If you are familiar to the series, you would know what to expect.
Polished games are especially good at the end of the holiday season, when you go through this period of going back to normal. Don't you just need something cozy and comfortable just before all of it is over? Death at Fairing Point: A Dana Knightstone Novel serves this purpose very well if you are a fan of the adventure genre. If not, go and find something from your genre. The story starts when Dana meets a ghost at a hotel where she is staying for vacation. The game will be more fun for those who a fans of the interactive adventures, rather than hidden object levels.
The theme of robots turning against the humans who actually created them is not new and it has been worked on pretty successfully in a number of movies. Depths of Betrayal is a game version of the same story line, but of course with much more details that make the story different. You are playing against a robot that turned its back on the whole town for an unknown reason. The whole town is in danger of destruction. Your job is to stop that mechanical villain and aso to find out what exactly had caused such an anger.
Detective Quest: The Crystal Slipper is a hidden object puzzle adventure game based on an old well known fairy tale. The game is a highly polished release with everything in place. You play as a detective who was challenged to find a woman. Everything sounds pretty familiar and typical just like another detective story, right? The only thing is that all you have to find this woman is a cristal slipper. And the man that is searching is a prince from a faraway land.
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.
Just in case you were looking for something to give to your kids to play, you should know that Dracula: Love Kills isn't what you are looking for. If the title didn't tell you that, then the very first image you see in the game will. You play Dracula in this game. You set to fight for your right to rule in the world of the vampires, which is also our world. You have an ugly helper named Igor (he reminds looks a lot like Quazimodo) and a beloved (and she looks like Kira Knightley). You also have a magic book that you are going to use to achieve your goal. And all of that is just abundant with sorcery and some form of satanism as for me.
When it goes about sequels it is always a question of improving and
overshadowing: will the second part be better than the previous or not?
Drawn: Dark Flight is a continuation of a well known Drawn: The Painted
Tower by Big Fish Game Studios. And though for me it is hard to judge
whether the second game outbids its forerunner as I didn't play Drawn:
The Painted Tower I can clearly see the worthiness of Drawn: Dark
First of all the storyline of the first part is told at the beginning
of the second part. So the player who hasn't experienced the previous
game will not feel confused. And what is more after having heard all
the story from the beginning I somehow felt that I should try Drawn:
The Painted Tower as well. As for the fans of the first game they've got an opportunity to play a
new variant of adored game but with a new mission and puzzles.