Keys To Manhattan - Keys To Answers
Keys to Manhattan is a one of the latest releases in the hidden object games. The game is one of those that don’t have a lot to impress those who are not new to the genre.
You will get a chance to go to different places in Manhattan in search of the treasures and answers to the questions you ran across.
You play as a girl who just found out that her dearly loved uncle is gone.
Emily is desearately looking for answers to the questions like what happened to her uncle who brought her up or how can she save his house where she grew up and that is left right now.
The process goes as follows, you see the light in one of the rooms in the house. This means that this is the room you are going to restore now.
As you click on it you can see it like through walls. The rooms are all empty and what you do is you step by step fill them with furniture and other things. You do that by go to different locations.
Those location you are to go to are shown by small items on the picture with the house itself. In each of those you get to find a list of items. You can see only the number of those items but what they are you see in three boxes at the bottom of the screen. If you click wrong too many times one of the boxes disappears.
This isn’t what you want because then you will only have two items to find. But if you are stuck there is a hint button for you. But you will have to wait for it to recharge before you can use it again.The items are scattered across the scenes.
Sometimes they are hardly seen, sometimes you can only see a part of it. This is the trick of the game.You have to drag the cursor over the items on the scene to actually see them and click them if that’s what you need. When the scene is completed you find a treasure chest.
The money that you find after each scene are spent of things to fill the house. So then a piece of furniture or something else appears and you are to figure out how to place it in the room.
This is it, Keys To Manhattan, the game might be more of an interest for those who haven’t played much better games of the genre than for those who know what a hidden object game can have.
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