The Inquisitor - When The Truth Isn't That Desirable
Whoooo....mystery all over the place. And that is a good thing if you are talking about hidden object games right? Cute and sweet hidden object games even seems to be of a different genre even though your brains know that it is still the same.
Anyways this new game from Legacy Interactive,Wolfgang Hohlbein's The Inquisitor, follows the novel with the same name taking you to the Middle Ages.
The game's story is based on Wolfgang Hohlbein's novel The Inquisitor.
You play as Tobias, a young monk, who got a task to find out whether or not a young woman is a witch. Things would be easier for Tobias if the evidence would not be so clear and she wouldn't have been his ex-girlfriend.
You will have to search for the items listed for you a lot. The scenes are so perfectly detailed and long to the time in every part. So don't expect to be asked to find a cell phone in a Middle Age location.
In between the searches for items Tobias is involved into the real adventure of solving puzzles and overcoming obstacles. This is done with the help of some of the items he finds along the way.
The situations when you need to perform something in order to move on may seem confusing at times having you to figure out what to do next.
Sometimes just to understand where to go next can be a challenge. Elimination of the options is one of the ways to find the one that you need.
The story of the game is one of the best things here. It is really interesting to see how the things develop and unfold with Tobias and the details he finds out and the reactions of the other people involved. The only problem with the story is that it is presented way too slowly in the game. There is no way to speed it up.
All in all the game is a good hidden object game to please the genre fans with something new.
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