Dream Sleuth -A Lot To Offer
Here's another great release to the genre of hidden object games. Dream Sleuth is a game developed and published by NevoSoft for those who love challenging puzzles wrapped up into a mysterious story.
You get to do a good deed - to help find a missing girl.
And you are going to do that with the help of psychic dreams. The detective isn't helping at all and your grandmother who is quite good at investigations is not willing to help too.
She has an excuse - it's her 75-th birthday. You begin to get these psychic dreams that give you more details about the missing girl.
The story of the game is its strong point. But the game play isn't a weak one too.
The game combines hidden object levels, puzzles and point and click adventures. Even though the ingredients sound familiar, the way the are composed isn't like that at all.
All of the tasks for you like pazzles and searches get more challenging as you progress in the game. That explains why the game seems a bit easy in the beginning. Don't fall on this, go farther.
You can also await the variety of the puzzles to solve. Have a paper and pen ready to help you out. The artwork is done in photorealism, with images of actual people
representing the characters.
These are sometimes doctored up, and truth
be told, they look a bit odd. Their mouths do move when speaking, and
the voice acting is believable and well used.
The music does a good job of setting up the atmosphere. What's really
nice is the wide variety of scenes and backgrounds you encounter when
playing across the 18 different chapters. As for length, it's around
standard, taking roughly 3 to 4 hours to beat.
The game is an enjoyable experience for those who love the genre.
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