Punished Talents: Seven Muses Collectors Edition

Life imitates art with deadly results in Punished Talents: Seven Muses! Several of your close friends have been murdered in Boston recently, and the crimes are identical to ones described in books written by author Russell Pollack, your husband. Evidence found at the crime scenes only condemns Russell further, and soon he goes on the lam. It’s up to you to figure out who the real killer is before even more people – including you – end up dead. Find clues and explore the gorgeous world of 1930s Boston as you set out to save your friends and prove Russell’s innocence in this thrilling whodunit! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:


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Example: the water in the hallway it's a Strangestone, not a hallway, BTW is dirty beyond foolish, who has a bowl of dirty water in their foyer? And, since there's NO logic to most of the moves. Even the HO scenes have oddities, like needing a scalpel to open the model of an eye to locate something totally unrelated. Overall I really liked this game. You can also customize the game's difficulty, which I always love. If I play free for many levels, I don't have a problem with supporting the creators. Can't replay the HOPS though. Seemed to have been developed by right rained people only. The Collector's Edition gives Amandas Magic Book a decently lengthy bonus game, some concept art, wallpapers, videos, a microscope feature that I couldn't use since I didn't find the prints, and some of the mini games to replay. There are Collectables, teapots and fingerprints, but they aren't in every scene and you won't know if you've missed one until you Punished Talents: Seven Muses Collectors Edition the last one. Really enjoyed the puzzles in this one, and the bonus game was a nice surprise! Yes, there is a lot Chef Solitaire: USA back and forth but a little of that is better than a lot of other junk you have to deal with in other games. I really thought the game had a glitch but thank goodness for the forum. Interesting story, albeit fairly predictable ending.

Sorry, but that's just too stupid. Can't replay the HOPS though. There were lots of cutscenes that aren't too long, but you can skip them without losing an achievement. Great story line, graphics, seek and find and puzzles to keep you thinking! Interesting story, albeit fairly predictable ending. Finally a great mystery game without all the horror, occult, scary garbage, just a real mystery game! I'll pass. Example: the water in the hallway it's a foyer, not a hallway, BTW is dirty beyond foolish, who has a bowl of dirty water in their foyer? After trying, then buying, several hidden object mystery games by Big Fish, I now just pay for the full version right away. You need to keep referring to the map. HOPS were all find from list type but they each, at least, had a few interactive items. You can also customize the game's difficulty, which I always love.

But, I've tried it twice now, and found it very disappointing. Definitely recommend. And, since there's NO logic to most of the moves. I couldn't find it for the life of me. After trying, then buying, several hidden object mystery games by Big Fish, I now just pay for the full version right away. Secrets of the Dragon Wheel let me know where that paper was hiding. The only part that I almost thought I was stuck on was the little piece of paper on the clip board. Great story line, graphics, seek and find and puzzles to keep you thinking! The forum topic was closed, so I just wanted to thank the people that posted that thread! Even the HO scenes have oddities, like needing a scalpel to open the model of an eye to locate something totally unrelated.


Finally a great mystery game without all the horror, occult, scary garbage, just a real mystery game! Inventory bar is lockable and easy to scroll through. The game's story was decently good, though the ending was quite abrupt, especially from the bonus game. Plus you can turn on or off the active areas feature from the Options, Difficultly button. Really fun and well worth the money, which is extremely hard in these games! I couldn't find it for the life of me. There were lots of cutscenes that aren't too long, but you can skip them without losing an achievement. If I play free for many levels, I don't have a problem with supporting the creators. No extra money to buy more lives, or anything else. The forum topic was closed, so I just wanted to thank the people that posted that thread! You can also customize the game's difficulty, which I always love. Even the HO scenes have oddities, like needing a scalpel to open the model of an eye to locate something totally unrelated. I really thought the game had a glitch but thank goodness for the forum. There were only a handful or so of times you have to travel back and forth across many scenes, but it has the jump map feature.

Sorry, but that's just too stupid. No extra money to buy more lives, or anything else. Yes, there is a lot of back and forth but a little of that is better than a lot of other junk you have to deal with in other games. There were lots of cutscenes that aren't too long, but you can skip them without losing an achievement. Interesting story, albeit fairly predictable ending. But, I've tried it twice now, and found it very disappointing. You go to a scene, find one thing, then have to move to a new location. It keeps you on your toes. You need to keep referring to the map. Finally a great mystery game without all the horror, occult, scary garbage, just a real mystery game! That let me know where that paper was hiding. Plus you can turn on or off the active areas feature from the Options, Difficultly button. Really enjoyed the puzzles in this one, and the bonus game was a nice surprise! If I play free for many levels, I don't have a problem with supporting the creators. There were only a handful or so of times you have to travel back and forth across many scenes, but it has the jump map feature.

Plus you can turn on or off the active areas feature from the Options, Difficultly button. Finally a great mystery game without all the horror, occult, scary garbage, just a real mystery game! I couldn't find it for the life of me. Interesting story, albeit fairly predictable ending. And, since there's NO logic to most of the moves. The only part that I almost thought I was stuck on was the little piece of paper on the clip board. There are Collectables, teapots and fingerprints, but they aren't in every scene and you won't know if you've missed one until you find the last one. Example: the water in the hallway it's a foyer, not a hallway, BTW is dirty beyond foolish, who has a bowl of dirty water in their foyer? No extra money to buy more lives, or anything else. Inventory bar is lockable and easy to scroll through. But, I've tried it twice now, and found it very disappointing. Not very challenging but not boring at all. Great story line, graphics, seek and find and puzzles to keep you thinking! That let me know where that paper was hiding. Can't replay the HOPS though.

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12 thoughts on “Punished Talents: Seven Muses Collectors Edition

  1. There were lots of cutscenes that aren't too long, but you can skip them without losing an achievement. It keeps you on your toes. Seemed to have been developed by right rained people only.

  2. The forum topic was closed, so I just wanted to thank the people that posted that thread! You need to keep referring to the map. Graphics, as usual, were awesome. Really fun and well worth the money, which is extremely hard in these games! Even the HO scenes have oddities, like needing a scalpel to open the model of an eye to locate something totally unrelated.

  3. Even the HO scenes have oddities, like needing a scalpel to open the model of an eye to locate something totally unrelated. Really enjoyed the puzzles in this one, and the bonus game was a nice surprise! There were lots of cutscenes that aren't too long, but you can skip them without losing an achievement. This game needs SOME logic to it. And, since there's NO logic to most of the moves.

  4. I couldn't find it for the life of me. The game's story was decently good, though the ending was quite abrupt, especially from the bonus game. You can also customize the game's difficulty, which I always love.

  5. That let me know where that paper was hiding. Really fun and well worth the money, which is extremely hard in these games! Seemed to have been developed by right rained people only. I'll pass. No extra money to buy more lives, or anything else.

  6. Overall I really liked this game. Definitely recommend. Not very challenging but not boring at all. Seemed to have been developed by right rained people only. You can also customize the game's difficulty, which I always love.

  7. I forgot to use the magnifier and missed all the prints. Great story line, graphics, seek and find and puzzles to keep you thinking! Not very challenging but not boring at all.

  8. The game's story was decently good, though the ending was quite abrupt, especially from the bonus game. Example: the water in the hallway it's a foyer, not a hallway, BTW is dirty beyond foolish, who has a bowl of dirty water in their foyer? There were lots of cutscenes that aren't too long, but you can skip them without losing an achievement.

  9. I forgot to use the magnifier and missed all the prints. That let me know where that paper was hiding. No extra money to buy more lives, or anything else.

  10. You go to a scene, find one thing, then have to move to a new location. There are Collectables, teapots and fingerprints, but they aren't in every scene and you won't know if you've missed one until you find the last one. Seemed to have been developed by right rained people only. There were only a handful or so of times you have to travel back and forth across many scenes, but it has the jump map feature.

  11. Plus you can turn on or off the active areas feature from the Options, Difficultly button. After trying, then buying, several hidden object mystery games by Big Fish, I now just pay for the full version right away. I really thought the game had a glitch but thank goodness for the forum. I couldn't find it for the life of me.

  12. Definitely recommend. Interesting story, albeit fairly predictable ending. Seemed to have been developed by right rained people only. HOPS were all find from list type but they each, at least, had a few interactive items. I really thought the game had a glitch but thank goodness for the forum.

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