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Game Review   2009-08-16


 Mystery Masterpiece: The Moonstone - Missing Diamond


Mystery Masterpiece: The Moonstone, Freeze Tag's latest title, is a mysterious hidden object game based on a novel by Wilkie Collins.


The story told in the casual game form gets a new life to play with the player's imagination.



The whole story is all about an extremely valuable diamond that is missing.


 The story goes as follows. Sergeant Cuffis asked by Miss Rachel Verinder to investigate the one who stole the gem soon after it was given to her by a family friend.


The night before it was found missing the house was full of guests, which only adds the suspects. The gem was initially found by Miss Rachel Verinder's uncle in India in 1799 and sent to her after his death.


You play as this Sergeant Cuffis investigating and questioning the nine suspects that you have. You are to go through four hidden object levels for each of the nine. Among the items you are to find there also are evidence cards and ather tools to help you.


The hidden object part is quite challenging with the items being hidden very wisely. The hint system provides you with unlimited hints but there is a recharge period.


 The audio-visuals are great. The graphics are not the best that you can get, but they tell the story in a neat way while the music adds to the general atmosphere since they used music written by the famous composer Tchaikovsky who lived in the time when the novel was writen.


However, there were a couple areas in which the game could be improved. When a character is interviewed by Sergeant Cuff, only the audio of that conversation is available: the text version of it can be seen after the scene.


Mystery Masterpiece: The Moonstone is the game full of mystery and new twists all over the place getting you involved in the story.

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Game Review   2009-08-16


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Jeynu  2012-08-17 16:51:51
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