Silent Nights: The Pianist
This newest release follows the footsteps of the best games of the hidden object puzzle adventure genre. The game features a great story of a genius pianist and the trouble she has gotten into. Silent Nights: The Pianist looks good and feels good as you play it.
The game features three main areas to play, such as hidden object levels, some adventure, and different mini-games that you can play.
You play as a great pianist, whose sister was kidnapped by an anciant organisation. You and your sister are very talented at playing piano. Now, as you arrive to the concert to support your sister, you lean that she is now might be used for somebody else's purposes, and not necessarily good ones.
As to the look of the game, it does looks very good. By saying very good, I mean that they are drawn with all the details and the music fits the story together with the great voice-overs. But of course, all of it is pretty dark because of the story.
The game features three main areas to play, such as hidden object levels, some adventure, and different mini-games that you can play. The items in the seek-and-find levels are pretty easy to find because of the quality of the drawing maybe. You can also misclick or use the hints here. Oh and by the way, one more thing that you can expect here is a crowbar.
The mini-games are not too impressive with their challenge level wither. Most of them would be familiar to you. And the adventure part gives you the tasks that may seem way too familiar from the many games of this genre too. But I am pretty sure that it all depends of your favorites in the games and your personal requirements for a good game.
The game does make it clear that a lot of work has been done to make it clear, but I'm sure some will still think that it wasn't enough.
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