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Game Review   2011-11-07


Death Under Tuscan Skies: A Dana Knightstone NovelDeath Under Tuscan Skies: A Dana Knightstone Novel


Death Under Tuscan Skies: A Dana Knightstone Novel is another hidden object adventure game about the young author who finds stories for her novels everywhere she goes. The game is good enough to not be a waste of time, but it's not like it will take your breath away.



The game offers all you can expect from this genre of games.


Death Under Tuscan Skies: A Dana Knightstone Novel

If you played any of the game series games before, you know who Dana Knightstone is. But even if you don't, it will not be a problem to follow the story. This time she is hoping to get a vacation after all the work on the previous book.


But in stead of enjoying her stay at another place as a guest speaker, she begins to get more and more clues about a story of two people. Once she gets involved into this ghostly business, she is not going to get out of it unless everything is settled.


Death Under Tuscan Skies: A Dana Knightstone Novel

The game offers all you can expect from this genre of games - a little bit of the hidden object levels, a little bit of interactive adventure, a little bit of mini-games along the way.


The game is not extremely easy in general which is great for the more experienced gamers. But it is still one of those games that don't absorb all of you either with an extremely terrifying story and graphics or with the unsolvable tasks.


The game is a fun way to spend a few hours solving all kinds of puzzles and uncovering more and more facts of the story.

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Game Review   2011-11-07


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Blondie  2011-11-12 10:03:54
Thanks guys, I just about lost it lkioong for this.

Thillai  2012-03-17 04:46:19
You know, it does not sound like you spend ongueh time with your son, or at least don't play ongueh video games with him! I would suggest to play video games with him once in a while, just to spend some time in his world to understand what he is talking about. And then you would not have to ask questions of strangers about your son's feelings and thoughts. To answer your question though, most people that I know play games without cheats to begin with. Then, later on, when the game has been passed or played all the way through to the end, then you use cheats to open a new dimension of the game. Most games you spend at least half the time collecting stuff and looking for things. But when you have cheats on, you are just playing. It's like having to cook something, you have to go out and find the ingredients for your recipe, and then you have to gather the utensils for preparing the ingredients. While that is just as entertaining, it is just as interesting, if not more, to be able to cook or prepare something right away. Do you smell what The Rock is cooking?!

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