Ms. Holmes: The Monster of the Baskervilles

Elephant Games proudly presents a brand-new series in Ms. Holmes: The Monster of the Baskervilles! Nicknamed Ms. Holmes for your sharp wit and investigative prowess, you're England's favorite new detective! But even your smarts will be tested when one of Sherlock Holmes' old cases comes back with a vengeance. The Baskervilles are once again plagued by a strange and dangerous monster, one bent on much more than the destruction of one family. Can you uncover who is behind recent attacks on the Baskerville estate and save London before it's too late? Find out in this thrilling Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

We join Ms. This new series, and I hope it is a series, has great potential. This issue does not only concern the storyline but the gameplay as well. However, playing the game also feels like rewatching an old movie that we had already watched multiple times before that we know every beat, every rhythm by heart. Should not have wasted my money nor should you. I take that back, the first chapter required me to find tell-tale clues in a room, Hidden object style, and never used again. Unfortunately, all my excited anticipations wan as I muddle my way through the first chapter because the storyline is boring and moves at a snail's pace, not to mention the fact that Elephant games have so many cliche tasks and a billion emblems to place on just about everything. Loved playing this game! Rated 5 out of 5 by 1ariel from Ms Holmes Rocks! We have the standard missing gnome and missing zipper pull, items guarded by angry bees, ants marching single file across random items, glass that needs to be cut precisely with a 5-carat diamond that someone managed to lose and I ditch it afterward? Try the demo for yourself. They have Sherlock Holmes statues and pictures every time you turn around. I did and that persuaded me to make the purchase.

I take that back, the first chapter required me to find tell-tale clues in a room, Hidden object style, and never used again. Sherlock Holmes turned into Ms. The next 2 chapters have a plot that's been done a thousand times before, a complete letdown, there's not even a "clue searching" feature scenario that you'd expect from someone who self-righteously claims to be equal to the late, great Sherlock Holmes. Holmes stepped in to take advantage of the situation. Holmes: The Monster of the Baskervilles is expectedly on-point. So far, I haven't even had to use a paperclip to fix a broken zipper There are typical hidden objects -- find one item and then there is another one under it to open a picnic basket, etc. My favorite sentence from Ms. Holmes was "The owner seemed to like everything with amulets of the motif shapes" brilliant deduction Ms. I don't like them to begin with, but when I work to get them done just to find out I was doing them wrong is so frustrating. However, playing the game also feels like rewatching an old movie that we had already watched multiple times before that we know every beat, every rhythm by heart. I was hoping to find a pure mystery game without any of the elements of fantasy other than the monster who I'm guessing will turn out to be no real monster we've had to suffer in so many recent games. Thankfully I was playing the custom mode and the hint and skip buttons recharged quickly.

Holmes was "The owner seemed to like everything with amulets of the motif shapes" brilliant deduction Ms. Holmes on her most recent investigation of the Monster of Baskervilles. I did like the story. Hidden objects were really good. They have Sherlock Holmes statues and pictures every time you turn around. Holmes stepped in to take advantage of the situation. Holmes: The Monster of the Baskervilles is rated 3. Thus, I really appreciate how Elephant Games innovates and comes up with a new series once in a while — Detectives United , Paranormal Files , and Halloween Stories are some of the recent examples. Graphics were very well done along with the colors in the scenes. I was hoping to find a pure mystery game without any of the elements of fantasy other than the monster who I'm guessing will turn out to be no real monster we've had to suffer in so many recent games. This series has a bright future when they get all the kinks worked out. I take that back, the first chapter required me to find tell-tale clues in a room, Hidden object style, and never used again. However, playing the game also feels like rewatching an old movie that we had already watched multiple times before that we know every beat, every rhythm by heart. Try the demo for yourself.


Des Ms. Holmes: The Monster of the Baskervilles

It washed out the The Others but at least you could see it. Graphics were very well done along with Dolphin Dice Slots colors in the scenes. This one isn't the one. Holmes on her investigation of the stranger creatures spotted roaming and terrorizing Baskervilles tye this fresh series from Elephant Games. Holmes stepped in to take advantage of the situation. The mini games I only liked one puzzle and the skip takes too long at 15 sec. Although the graphics look nice and polished, not a single scene is instantly memorable. I liked that there were for me some new mini-puzzles. The mysterious and gloomy environment is appropriate for a game of this nature, this goes the same for the ominous background music. The Hounds of Baskervilles turned into a cheesy monster, Mr. Date published: It only has 3 chapters.

I completed the puzzle a second time but it doesn't do anything, therefore I can't access the Bonus Chapter because the game thinks I didn't complete the main game. Holmes stepped in to take advantage of the situation. Should not have wasted my money nor should you. Effects went along with the action. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by shunterfl from Glad I Ignored the Reviewers I'm so glad I ignored the other reviews' comments. The next 2 chapters have a plot that's been done a thousand times before, a complete letdown, there's not even a "clue searching" feature scenario that you'd expect from someone who self-righteously claims to be equal to the late, great Sherlock Holmes. Holmes: The Monster of the Baskervilles is rated 3. What I really like is that there are no cute, little critters helping me along. I enjoyed the game, but not sure that I got my money's worth. My favorite sentence from Ms. The later chapters finding things in the truck or tool box didn't pull me in but turned me off. While the underlying concept of a female Sherlock Holmes is fascinating, the main heroine lacks a distinct personality that would have helped differentiate this game from other detective HOPA titles. When I went to stop for the day I noticed it had a brightness setting and I tried it.

I was hoping to find a pure mystery game without any of the elements of fantasy other than the monster who I'm guessing will turn out to be no real monster we've had to suffer in so many recent games. Date published: Or maybe it's really because there was nothing to make me care about finding the missing characters or solving possible Cake Mania. I simply cannot see those tiny things, but other than that they were varied, clear and fun Floria do. While it did have some challenges and I don't mean mini games, it wasn't bad at all. They seem This Antique Road Trip 2: Homecoming has a bright future when they get all the kinks worked out. Ms Holmes was obviously pushing her parts. I take that back, the first chapter required me to find tell-tale clues in a room, Hidden object style, and never used again.


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14 thoughts on “Ms. Holmes: The Monster of the Baskervilles

  1. Ms Holmes was obviously pushing her parts. The others were pretty good. This one isn't the one. It only has 3 chapters.

  2. And there's no demon who has been inadvertently awakened from the past determined to rule the world. The car is from the 's or 's. It washed out the picture but at least you could see it.

  3. We join Ms. This series has a bright future when they get all the kinks worked out. However, playing the game also feels like rewatching an old movie that we had already watched multiple times before that we know every beat, every rhythm by heart. Holmes: The Monster of the Baskervilles is expectedly on-point.

  4. However, playing the game also feels like rewatching an old movie that we had already watched multiple times before that we know every beat, every rhythm by heart. I have play way worse games. I simply cannot see those tiny things, but other than that they were varied, clear and fun to do. Holmes is not a well-crafted game, since it definitely is coming from an experienced developer like Elephant Games. It only has 3 chapters.

  5. I only liked one puzzle and the skip takes too long at 15 sec. Thus, I really appreciate how Elephant Games innovates and comes up with a new series once in a while — Detectives United , Paranormal Files , and Halloween Stories are some of the recent examples. I think if this series continues Elephant Games will improve on that. The mini games Naturally, every box, fountain, fireplace, door, and drawer needs an Emblem and for some odd reason, whenever I replace the emblems on a wall, the entire section of bricks caves in, revealing a hidden cache.

  6. The Collector's Edition Bonus Chapter may or may not be more entertaining than the main game, I wouldn't know because the game froze up once in the first chapter, a second time in the second chapter, and in the third chapter it completely shut down twice. Holmes stepped in to take advantage of the situation. I enjoyed the game, but not sure that I got my money's worth. Better luck next time, Ms. The hidden object scenes and the puzzles are fairly entertaining, but they also could have benefited from more complexity and creativity.

  7. Holmes: The Monster of the Baskervilles is rated 3. This new series, and I hope it is a series, has great potential. Very pleasant. This issue does not only concern the storyline but the gameplay as well.

  8. Follow Ms. So far, I haven't even had to use a paperclip to fix a broken zipper Hidden objects were really good. The biggest plus for this game I guess I'm a majority of one who liked playing this new game.

  9. I only liked one puzzle and the skip takes too long at 15 sec. Try the demo for yourself. I take that back, the first chapter required me to find tell-tale clues in a room, Hidden object style, and never used again.

  10. I enjoyed the puzzles, there were one or two that were challenging, but it really seemed to just zoom by. Sorry Elephant. Only problem were those blasted windows that pop open.

  11. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by shunterfl from Glad I Ignored the Reviewers I'm so glad I ignored the other reviews' comments. While it did have some challenges and I don't mean mini games, it wasn't bad at all. However, playing the game also feels like rewatching an old movie that we had already watched multiple times before that we know every beat, every rhythm by heart. The later chapters finding things in the truck or tool box didn't pull me in but turned me off. And there's no demon who has been inadvertently awakened from the past determined to rule the world.

  12. Graphics are good, voiceovers are fun, I just think that it was too short. There are typical hidden objects -- find one item and then there is another one under it to open a picnic basket, etc. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by tophatmcgee from Boy, was it short! Effects went along with the action. I kept thinking maybe I'm finding this boring because I don't feel well, or maybe it's the dark, dreary coloring of the scenes, or maybe it's doing all the same things I've had to do in too many other games like pick locks, find shaped keys, get rid of ants, use a magnet to retrieve something out of reach, and so on and so forth.

  13. I did and that persuaded me to make the purchase. In many ways, this beginning of a new series feels very familiar. They have Sherlock Holmes statues and pictures every time you turn around. It only has 3 chapters. Better luck next time, Ms.

  14. Ms Holmes was obviously pushing her parts. Buy it on a BOGO or with a coupon is my recommendation. Holmes stepped in to take advantage of the situation.

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