Sherlock Holmes: The Mystery of the Persian Carpet

Hunker down at your flat at 221b Baker St. in London. The year is 1896, and Scotland Yard has called Sherlock Holmes with an urgent request for help. Along with Watson, you must investigate a peculiar crime - a young painter has been murdered and found rolled up in a remarkable Persian carpet. Explore scenes in order to find clues and reveal suspects. Use Police reports with interrogations and statements of witnesses in Sherlock Holmes: Mystery of the Persian Carpet.

I also like that they are unlocked when you play them, so you can go into the menu and replay them. Overall, I enjoyed the difficulty of the various puzzles. I changed mine to a lower resolution and it did make the black bars at the side smaller which was good. The puzzle piece will turn a golden color when all the puzzles in a location have been solved. The ending was a little confusing. It's even different to a lot of the other style Sherlock Holmes games. As some reviewers say, this game is definately on more of a challenging side. By that I mean you must find very very small items that are sometimes in very very dark shadows. Related Stories. Hidden Object scenes are not junk piles. Let's go! There is an option that you can manually put in for your resolution. But put this in a more interactive mystery book type game. This saved me a great deal of time in many of the hidden object levels.

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Sherlock Holmes: The Mystery of the Persian Carpet - Level 7 Walkthrough

So, Watson, what are you waiting for? But it's up to you. I changed mine to a lower resolution and it did make the black bars at the side smaller which was good. The Game's Afoot! The are challenge and interesting, Most of them are variant of some common puzzles hanoi tower, nonogram, etc. And it's definitely worth every penny of it. By that I mean you must find very very small items that are sometimes in very very dark shadows. I liked this game because it was different and a little more difficult. There is no dialogue, only "balloons" showing dialogue. Rated 5 out of 5 by ffuryy50 from I Quite Liked It! This saved me a great deal of time in many of the hidden object levels. Perhaps clearer explanations?


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The Casual Mode has easy puzzles, allows you to skip up to 7 puzzles, and provides you with "guided, linear investigation" which, as I learned by Holnes:, means that they open up only the locations, and spots within a given location, one by one. The are challenge and interesting, Most of them are variant of some common puzzles hanoi tower, nonogram, etc. Perhaps clearer explanations? I like all except Coded Lock Puzzle, which is Holme: difficult to analyze the possibility strategy; 2. Some are more Carpte the traditional adventure game variety, you have to think for some of them! A few puzzles are quite easy, but most are challenging without being ridiculously difficult - the HO's are very challenging tho - so fair warning Mysstery fact, I liked this game so much, I played it four times! You must find a series of objects within the scene as well as solve a relatively simple puzzle involving the lamp. Confusing user interface. The game begins when you travel to a deserted room within the cement works plant. There is no dialogue, only "balloons" showing dialogue. Some are Hoomes: hard to find, but with patience most I Lighthouse Lunacy find. If you get really stuck, you can click the oval numbered button above the inventory window for a hint, but use them sparingly! This saved me a great deal of time in many Tales of Rome: Solitaire the hidden object levels.

Underneath the object images there is a small picture of a puzzle piece. The Casual Mode has easy puzzles, allows you to skip up to 7 puzzles, and provides you with "guided, linear investigation" which, as I learned by playing, means that they open up only the locations, and spots within a given location, one by one. Just go to Options, and you will see it at the very top of the page. At first I became frustrated as I couldn't figure out how the game worked. By that I mean you must find very very small items that are sometimes in very very dark shadows. A few puzzles are quite easy, but most are challenging without being ridiculously difficult - the HO's are very challenging tho - so fair warning Related Stories. There is a lot more to Mystery of the Persian Carpet than simply hidden object play. Before you begin the game you can choose between untimed or timed modes, depending on your level of expertise. In case you might be wondering, no, I don't like to use Hints myself. Dark, small objects and some places very difficult. Atmospheric graphics. For those that like stories, or something different with some nice puzzles then this is a check out game. Can they find enough clues and decipher the interrogations to solve the case? This saved me a great deal of time in many of the hidden object levels.

And it's definitely worth every penny of it. It would probably be more enjoyable to play it in the Untimed Mode, at least the first time you play it. This is a Catpet different game. Finally, I should mention that you can choose to play this game in the Timed or Untimed Mode, regardless of the Difficulty Mode you choose. Chase for Adventure 3: The Underworld, the confusing user interface and ambiguous help screens made the game more difficult than it had to be. And it's a find shape of items not word list, but when you click on shape it will tell you what it is. The Game's Afoot!


As some reviewers say, this game is definately on more of a challenging side. Scotland Yard calls on Sherlock Holmes to investigate this strange case along with his friend Watson. But the Casual Mode offers 7, while the Detective Mode provides 5. Let's go! While there, read through the testimonies to complete the first level. I don't think the game mentions that in its instructions, so be sure to check that out. Playing in all three modes also confirmed something else that I suspected. Overall, I enjoyed the difficulty of the various puzzles. I don't think the puzzles are particular hard but some like the painting are just tedious. I like all except Coded Lock Puzzle, which is quite difficult to analyze the possibility strategy; 2. Once the action is complete the silver gear will turn to a golden color. One tip: most of the evidence you're seeking is very similar -- strands of hair, ashes, footprints, etc. I truly enjoyed doing part where you match up the suspect with the evidence Dark, small objects and some places very difficult.

14 thoughts on “Sherlock Holmes: The Mystery of the Persian Carpet

  1. I don't think the game mentions that in its instructions, so be sure to check that out. Not fun. As there are so few hints it is made more difficult. Many items are actually puzzles themselves that you will need to solve in order to progress. Rich storyline.

  2. I don't think the puzzles are particular hard but some like the painting are just tedious. I changed mine to a lower resolution and it did make the black bars at the side smaller which was good. But don't let that deter you. There is no dialogue, only "balloons" showing dialogue. Also used Walkthrough to help.

  3. And to those thinking it's an old style hidden object game - with traditional hidden object scenes it's not that either. There were no voice overs for the dialogues between Watson and Holmes but the period background music was charming and not distracting. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by angieclair from Tedious A slow and tedious game with language errors ex: "torned paper" and difficult-to-find objects.

  4. The Casual Mode has easy puzzles, allows you to skip up to 7 puzzles, and provides you with "guided, linear investigation" which, as I learned by playing, means that they open up only the locations, and spots within a given location, one by one. While exploring the different locations, understanding the game mechanics and cursors that will appear, as well as how to utilize your inventory is essential. Before you begin the game you can choose between untimed or timed modes, depending on your level of expertise. As there are so few hints it is made more difficult.

  5. The ending was a little confusing. I also like that they are unlocked when you play them, so you can go into the menu and replay them. Most of the objects can be found in logical places, as opposed to other hidden object games where many items can be found in the most unusual of locations.

  6. And frankly when you must piece together the found clues with the possible perps, it becomes monotonous because you can just click on each clue and each perp until you get a match. You can also make notes of clues on the deduction board to keep your investigation flowing, and check how many of the puzzles you have solved, and access them after they are unlocked via the chessboard. Plans for the summer vacation are interrupted, however, when the brilliant duo learns that the body in question was actually wrapped in a fine, stolen Persian carpet. The Casual Mode has easy puzzles, allows you to skip up to 7 puzzles, and provides you with "guided, linear investigation" which, as I learned by playing, means that they open up only the locations, and spots within a given location, one by one.

  7. By that I mean you must find very very small items that are sometimes in very very dark shadows. It is here that you can do forensic analysis on clues that you uncover at a small desk is laden with small vials, solvent, water, a small burner and a handy microscope. If you are playing in timed mode, you can pause the game by pressing the escape key or by clicking the clock in the menu window with your mouse. In case you might be wondering, no, I don't like to use Hints myself.

  8. I will forgive a game most anything if there are no junk pile scenes. One tip: most of the evidence you're seeking is very similar -- strands of hair, ashes, footprints, etc. I don't even look at this like an old pure adventure game.

  9. But, believe me, they can really come in handy in this game, because the hidden objects can be really, really small. One tip: most of the evidence you're seeking is very similar -- strands of hair, ashes, footprints, etc. It would probably be more enjoyable to play it in the Untimed Mode, at least the first time you play it. I totally disagree with the previous reviews.

  10. The ending was a little confusing. Most of the objects can be found in logical places, as opposed to other hidden object games where many items can be found in the most unusual of locations. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by angieclair from Tedious A slow and tedious game with language errors ex: "torned paper" and difficult-to-find objects.

  11. A small menu in the top left of the screen which allows you to quickly move to various locations, which include the main level map, Scotland Yard and back to Baker Street. Not fun. Once the action is complete the silver gear will turn to a golden color. Restarted and was very careful not to use hints unless absolutely necessary.

  12. Like the Detective Mode, it too has "difficult" puzzles and allows you to skip up to only 3 puzzles, but there is no "guided, linear investigation. Related Stories. Underneath the object images there is a small picture of a puzzle piece. Date published:

  13. It got me hooked so I would recommend it. The graphics were well done and very atmospheric. It's even different to a lot of the other style Sherlock Holmes games. Rated 5 out of 5 by ffuryy50 from I Quite Liked It! While exploring the different locations, understanding the game mechanics and cursors that will appear, as well as how to utilize your inventory is essential.

  14. But it's up to you. But use common sense if you cannot find them. At times the cursor will transform into a magnifying glass, indicating that you have access to a magnified view.

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