Track down a venomous killer in Web of Deceit: Morgana's Legacy! After receiving a distressing message from your uncle, you travel to the remote village of Transvaal. But when you arrive, your uncle is nowhere to be found. As you search for him, you learn that he has been traveling the world, hunting down a woman named Morgana, and that this is not the first town to encounter her deadly wrath. Soon, victims start piling up, all of them bearing the same strange bite mark, dripping with venom. But is this the work of Morgana...or something even more sinister? Tread carefully - the sands are always shifting in this thrilling Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure game! 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:
So I skipped that puzzle. Never believe in giving away the story line, so what I will tell you is that she exceeds the black widower! HO's are greatinteractive and items aren't so small like a lot of games Great attribute! Hidden Objects were good. No morphing objects. This gets old fast especially when an extra click is required to clear it. I played on "hardcore" and only had to cheat once because of a very annoying mini game. If you haven't played the first Web of Deceit, find it here on Big Fish and do so! So What's NOT to like? This is one of the best I have played since the new "awakening" game. Good graphics and storyline. There are 30 cool posters from a by-gone era that are tough to find, and achievements, but that's it for fancy features. I played the trial.
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I absolutely loved the art nouveau graphics!! The storyline and graphics are great. This is one of the best I have played since the new "awakening" game. Discuss with other players! Graphics are great in this game along with the storyline. The placement of things didn't seem well thought out. Did this one have a Decdit: map? I played the Deceir:. The HOP's weren't boring and the mini-games were not a simplistic waste of time. This is a game I will play again and high recommend to others. I wish games such as this one were issued every day! The artwork, characters, and voice overs Magic Seeds all very well done and lifelike - to a point. It was a decent storyline, with a nice bonus game as well. If you haven't played the first Web of Deceit, find Travel To England here on Big Fish and do so! This one is a little easier based on Demowithout too much going back and forth
The puzzles are all new. The HOP's weren't boring and the mini-games were not a simplistic waste of time. The HO scenes and mini games were nice. What hoot! So I skipped that puzzle. The graphics are awesome. Hidden Objects were good. Just like the other one this is challenging with a great story line. I love the artwork to me it is important , as well as the story. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review. I wish they were cheaper though. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Inanga from Really enjoyed playing this game. I really loved this follow up game. HO's are greatinteractive and items aren't so small like a lot of games
The storyline and graphics are great. Townsmen: A Kingdom Rebuilt graphics are awesome. I Collecgors the artwork to me it is importantas well as the story. I played the trial. I loved this game and took my time. Not a big deal, but something to know. Date published: Very well done, enjoyed it remendously!!
So What's NOT to like? The only complaint I have is the black bar tips that continually say's "maybe if I had eight legs" that annoyed me and again maybe it doesn't say that on the easier settings. The first game was outstandinggreat storyline and lots of "detecting" There are 30 cool posters from a by-gone era that are tough to find, and achievements, but that's it for fancy features. There are the usual achievements to earn such as not using the hint button in a hidden object game, AND there are 30 posters to find throughout the game and they have done a nice job of making the posters inconspicuous. Other games give a token nod in advanced mode- The black bar still drops down with each click of the mouse but the hand holding hints are replaced by a single, typically sassy, remark that is repeated until end of game. Did this one have a jump map? Do you have an issue with your game? Only thing I was a little unhappy about was the number of mini games. I didn't want to stop playing! I felt there were too many of these. I love the artwork to me it is important , as well as the story.