The Return of Monte Cristo

The romantic hero Edmond Dantes is on a quest to discover Mercedes' killer, and bring them to justice, in The Return of Monte Cristo, a beautiful Hidden Object game! Explore gorgeous scenes as you piece together valuable clues and solve the murder of Dantes' beloved. Travel to Paris while figuring out perplexing puzzles and experiencing an immersive plot, in this sequel to Alexander Dumas' classic tale.

Collect the objects on the Find List. Certainly not fun. You can use the Options Menu to adjust the volume for the music and the special effects as you like. Go through to the Bedroom. There is no inventory tray. Go through to the Hall. So everything we get to learn, we do it through the messages written on the screen. It is also very short, I completed it in around 2 hours. Take the key from the top right and use it to unlock the door. This will trigger a puzzle. The hidden object scenes are easy enough and if you can't locate an object you can click on the objects name and it will give you a silhouette of said object. You will see a cut scene. The storyline is ok, but nothing to really keep the players interest. Take the Key off the roof and use it to unlock the Hall.


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In short, this is quite a boring game, apparently too hastily made to even correct for errors. Repeat Reeturn HOS with no movement of objects. The hidden object LandGrabbers are easy enough and if you can't locate an object you can click on the objects name and it will give you a Rescue Team 8 of said object. The clue counter in the lower left tells you how many clues you have left to find in the Chapter. Enter the Cell. Recommended for straight HOG lovers who still have great eyesight or who have a very large magnifying glass which I have and used. Some of them will be the same as the first time. Finally, speaking about "talking," there is really Rfturn voice at all. But for a daily special game for the price of 2. Not all locations are locked. But the letter that the hero talks about is said to be dated Tue Some new locations require a key to be found before you can enter them and occasionally an interactive item will reveal a key. The Courtyard Take Mnote Fishing Rod from the branch on the left and use it on the pond. One very memorable "clue" was a Viking helmet.

The art work looks like it was paint by numbers and the story convoluted. Storyline: OK, as long as you completely dismiss the fact that the story is supposedly taking place in , but the Count is only now investigating the death of his fiancee. Certainly not fun. Finally, speaking about "talking," there is really no voice at all. The hidden object scenes are easy enough and if you can't locate an object you can click on the objects name and it will give you a silhouette of said object. If you make too many incorrect clicks in a row, the cursor will dance away for a few seconds. The best thing about straight HOGs is that you can leave the game for several days and very easily pick up right where you left off without losing a beat. You will see a cut scene. There are 2 different kinds of them there are the all metal helmet for war and the furry one. It is also very short, I completed it in around 2 hours. Collect it. Go back through the gate to the Square. If you click on the name of any object on the Find List, its silhouette will appear in the crystal ball on the far right. Some screens are repeated with many of the same objects to be found. Take the key from the top right and use it to unlock the door.

So a corkscrew might be four feet long while a hammer is tiny. Take the key from the top right and use it to unlock the door. No inventory to maintain. Go through to the Hall. The mini-games are a variety of puzzles. Collect the objects on the Find List.


The Closet Collect the items on the Find List. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Zurreen from Rather Boring Actually I realize that this is an old game, but it could have been a whole lot better. It was chaotic at best. Go through to the Bedroom. Ending: There was closure, but really??? Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by neilskinut from Just not fun The reviews tell the story. The HOS is usually a normal, albeit untidy, room; but there are more moderately crowded searches like a closet and coffin. The story is about Gregory, whose family has kept a secret for many generations, and a mysterious suit of armor. When you are done, click on the Suitcase in the coach to zoom in. Not all locations are locked. It is also very short, I completed it in around 2 hours. The Suitcase Collect the items on the Find List. Most Locations have 12 clues at a time, but you may have to revisit a location more than once during a Chapter and get a new Find List there.

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The Count of Monte Cristo - Dantès Meets Jacopo (Jacopo's Oath)

The clue counter in the lower left tells you how many clues you have left to find in the Chapter. Take the flute from the door of the coach and use it on the basket in the lower right. Key Items must be used immediately in the scene where you find them. One very memorable "clue" was a Viking helmet. For example, we are told at the very beginning of the game that we are in Spain, of There is also a rechargable hint button. So everything we get to learn, we do it through the messages written on the screen. If you encounter an area that sparkles in the scene, it either means you should use a Key Item there or there is a lock there is a location there that you will be able to explore later. Go through to the Hall. Storyline: OK, as long as you completely dismiss the fact that the story is supposedly taking place in , but the Count is only now investigating the death of his fiancee. The games will autosave every time you exit. There are no voiceovers and the music and sound effects are ok but become tedious after a while. The mini-games are a variety of puzzles. Collect the items on the Find List. If you make too many incorrect clicks in a row, the cursor will dance away for a few seconds.

11 thoughts on “The Return of Monte Cristo

  1. The Cross is a reflection in the mirror. Recommended for straight HOG lovers who still have great eyesight or who have a very large magnifying glass which I have and used. You will see a cut scene.

  2. The snake will appear so you can collect it. Ending: There was closure, but really??? Puzzles: Many and no repetition. Go back through the gate to the Square.

  3. Flip the pegs until all the suns are lit. The snake will appear so you can collect it. The mask is hard to see, but it is on the pillow on the left. I found it annoying when the hidden object scenes were in the same place using some of the same objects, where is the challenge in that?

  4. In fact, it is not even consistent! Not much found in the HOS helped solve the mystery. The Bedroom Find the matches and light the candles.

  5. Takes to long to find. If an object on the Find List is in blue, that means you must another Key Object in the scene and then use it to find the object with the blue name. Recommended for straight HOG lovers who still have great eyesight or who have a very large magnifying glass which I have and used. Unfortunately, the messages might change much too quickly for some readers to catch what was said, and there is no way to repeat it. Instructions provided.

  6. The art work looks like it was paint by numbers and the story convoluted. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Maja from Little blurr. If there is a Key silhouette below the clue counter, that means there is also a Key to be found in the scene that will help you unlock the next location. The hidden objects are randomly thrown together and in colors I've never seen the items.

  7. This will trigger a puzzle. Most Locations have 12 clues at a time, but you may have to revisit a location more than once during a Chapter and get a new Find List there. A fish will jump out at the back of the pool. Both are in the scene it's up to you to figure out which is meant.

  8. In short, this is quite a boring game, apparently too hastily made to even correct for errors. The Closet Collect the items on the Find List. If you make too many incorrect clicks in a row, the cursor will dance away for a few seconds.

  9. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by hermitcave from Good old basic HOG I have not played the prequel but as far as a story goes I don't think you miss anything. Go through to the Bedroom. Go back through the gate to the Square.

  10. You will see a cut scene. The Square Collect the items on the Find List. You do have unlimited hints, and you can even click on an object you have to find to see its silhouette. The storyline is ok, but nothing to really keep the players interest. He tells you the name of the gendarme who was following her.

  11. Finally, speaking about "talking," there is really no voice at all. The game play is "ok", but all in all a good "DD". The hidden objects are randomly thrown together and in colors I've never seen the items.

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