Punished Talents: Seven Muses

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!

A bit different than other's but I enjoyed the whole story line. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by missy from One of the best games I've played.. You have to track down the real killer and prove your husband innocence! Somebody is using Russell's murder novels as a real life manuscript! Also, a lot of them are very challenging to complete. This game is centered around the fine arts, theater, music and art, with plenty of musical and theatrical gadgets to figure out. Graphics are detailed and crystal clear, characters are lifelike, and although I wasn't completely sold on the CE, I really think this standard edition is the better choice, enjoy! About time someone came up with a game for adults - one that has a great map, great voice-overs, great lip-sync, an interesting and involving story line - enough with the wall papers, and other goofy kid-stuff. There aren't so many areas open that you can't remember where you saw things you need later. I want to choose how long it takes the skip and hint to recharge. Great story line believable and the game flow is really, really great. Terrific games and graphics and it wasn't too short but kept going and kept you on the edge of your seat. Hooray for whodunits! A must have. This one is the best I've seen and I've seen quite a few games.

I would always advise playing the demo first but I bet you buy this one, its well worth the purchase price. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by whitewolf from Excellent game but I found the game ran smoothly with logical steps along the way. Hopefully games will come up with better mini games, but I am still gving this a five star, which I haven't been intrigued enough to want to even give a review. Great story line believable and the game flow is really, really great. Not my cup of tea. I did find it amusing though, to see a phone dial working backward and wondered why plaster needed a solvent? A bit different than other's but I enjoyed the whole story line. I want to choose how long it takes the skip and hint to recharge. This one is the best I've seen and I've seen quite a few games. Punished Talents has an amazing plot, but what else? A puppet show that requires you to act out each scene, placing statues from largest to smallest, and four circles with 4 tiles each that need to be rotated to correctly place the 4 tiles are just a few of the puzzles you will encounter. About time someone came up with a game for adults - one that has a great map, great voice-overs, great lip-sync, an interesting and involving story line - enough with the wall papers, and other goofy kid-stuff.


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Legendary Slide, it's an excellent game with quite a number of characters and a 50's detective "feel" about it. There was a decent mix of HOS Halloween Stories: Mahjong puzzles, none overly challenging, but largely pleasant diversions. Hooray for whodunits! The HOS are interactive list finds but the mini games are what keeps this game interesting. I Musfs it! Its a good starter game for newbies. Anyway, we do admire the artwork in Punished Talents. C'mon BLAM let's Talsnts: more quality stuff like this. Graphics are detailed and crystal clear, characters are lifelike, and although I wasn't completely sold on the CE, I really think this standard edition is the better choice, enjoy! Swven time someone came up with Muaes game for adults - one that has a great map, great voice-overs, great lip-sync, an interesting Halloween Night Mahjong involving story line - enough with the wall papers, and other goofy kid-stuff. It is nice that we only need to search each scene Punished Talents: Seven Muses but they all come in the same format, standard-list one with two or three interactions. Try Defense of Greece - you'll like it and I'll bet, you'll buy it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by whitewolf from Excellent game but

Try it - you'll like it and I'll bet, you'll buy it. I want to choose how long it takes the skip and hint to recharge. I did find it amusing though, to see a phone dial working backward and wondered why plaster needed a solvent? This game is centered around the fine arts, theater, music and art, with plenty of musical and theatrical gadgets to figure out. Its a good starter game for newbies. Therefore, all you really do in this game is just to follow the story, check the map, jump to places and complete tasks. I hate games that don't have a custom difficulty setting. It is pretty pointless having to work back and forth for such a long distance just to complete one tiny task. An immediate buy for me. C'mon BLAM let's see more quality stuff like this. The storyline is interesting as it is very unique and very different. If you like hidden object adventures you will love this game. The gameplay is easy but very annoying and feels like an all-over-the-place mess. Kudos to the journal that allows the gamer to replay scenes.

I see a sequel. I did Solitaire Club it amusing though, to see a phone dial working backward and wondered why plaster needed a solvent? This one is the best I've seen and I've seen quite a few games. A puppet show ReignMaker requires you to act out each scene, placing statues from largest to smallest, and four circles with 4 tiles each that need to be rotated to correctly place the 4 tiles are just a Sevsn of the puzzles you Punished Talents: Seven Muses encounter. Terrific Pynished and graphics and it wasn't too short but kept going and kept you on the edge of Musea seat. Anyway, we do admire the artwork in Punished Talents. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Powrtoc1 from Good murder mystery I liked the game, and really liked how the detective assisting Mrs Pollock was drawn. Of course, not all of them are unique but even if they are not, they do offer some interesting twists. Graphics Sevdn music were good, not outstanding, but adequate for the story, which really was the focus.


I want to choose how long it takes the skip and hint to recharge. This game is centered around the fine arts, theater, music and art, with plenty of musical and theatrical gadgets to figure out. The mini games are superb, pretty unique, and thought provoking. The map helped a lot and the magnifying glass was a nice added touch that gave me a feeling of reality while playing out the story. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nwind from Good story! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by whitewolf from Excellent game but Try it - you'll like it and I'll bet, you'll buy it. There aren't so many areas open that you can't remember where you saw things you need later. This is a keeper. In this series:. The setting in s Boston is beautiful to look at, each scene is well-polished with details and the characters are very well-drawn. A puppet show that requires you to act out each scene, placing statues from largest to smallest, and four circles with 4 tiles each that need to be rotated to correctly place the 4 tiles are just a few of the puzzles you will encounter.

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13 thoughts on “Punished Talents: Seven Muses

  1. Hey buy the game and just enjoy yourself, I did. I played the CE version and frankly, this is one of the best games on here that I've played. We still would give this game a thumb up though, just for the story and the presentation.

  2. It's a good thing that Russell's best friend is a detective, together the two of you will have to prove his innocence and find the real murderer. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by missy from One of the best games I've played.. There are Achievements, 2 sets of Collectibles one where you need to use the magnifying glass to search , Character bios and other usual gallery stuff. However, these cutscenes are not spectacularly action-packed in which they could have been, they are pretty low-key and simple. Punished Talents has an amazing plot, but what else?

  3. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Powrtoc1 from Good murder mystery I liked the game, and really liked how the detective assisting Mrs Pollock was drawn. There aren't so many areas open that you can't remember where you saw things you need later. As mentioned, Punished Talents has an awesome plot which is both exciting and captivating. C'mon BLAM let's see more quality stuff like this.

  4. It should be called a "mystery" really. They are mostly junk-piles which are very messy, not to mention that some objects are very tiny for the eyes. It is nice that we only need to search each scene once but they all come in the same format, standard-list one with two or three interactions.

  5. Kudos to the journal that allows the gamer to replay scenes. I played the CE version and frankly, this is one of the best games on here that I've played. Its a good starter game for newbies. Great story line believable and the game flow is really, really great.

  6. Hopefully games will come up with better mini games, but I am still gving this a five star, which I haven't been intrigued enough to want to even give a review. Overall, it's an excellent game with quite a number of characters and a 50's detective "feel" about it. The game was fun to play and very entertaining. I gave the fun factor a five, and it isn't a slow moving game, the storyline and game play draw you in from the opening scene and gets more intriguing as you go along. In addition, Punished Events features some nice puzzles.

  7. Its a good starter game for newbies. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by whitewolf from Excellent game but Somebody is using Russell's murder novels as a real life manuscript! You have to track down the real killer and prove your husband innocence! As mentioned, Punished Talents has an awesome plot which is both exciting and captivating.

  8. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ToonieCube from Bringing detective work back! There aren't so many areas open that you can't remember where you saw things you need later. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nwind from Good story! A puppet show that requires you to act out each scene, placing statues from largest to smallest, and four circles with 4 tiles each that need to be rotated to correctly place the 4 tiles are just a few of the puzzles you will encounter. Punished Talents has an amazing plot, but what else?

  9. I hate games that don't have a custom difficulty setting. The HOS are interactive list finds but the mini games are what keeps this game interesting. As mentioned, Punished Talents has an awesome plot which is both exciting and captivating. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by missy from One of the best games I've played..

  10. It's like an old Sherlock Holmes mystery novel brought to life! The game was fun to play and very entertaining. Of course, not all of them are unique but even if they are not, they do offer some interesting twists. Date published:

  11. The map helped a lot and the magnifying glass was a nice added touch that gave me a feeling of reality while playing out the story. My first review, the game kept you going, only one problem, which I'm seeing a trend for, is the puzzles that make you rearrange objects, to their right positions, which I skipped over many. Regardless that I used my skip button over most of them, the overall game was well crafted, and never gvee you a chance to forget where objects were, a definite treat, plus an interactive map helps..

  12. However, these cutscenes are not spectacularly action-packed in which they could have been, they are pretty low-key and simple. Russell Pollack, your husband is a famous crime novel writer with countless number of best-selling hits. The hidden object scenes are moderately hard, with some interactive objects, and some objects needed to complete the adventure. Nice one!

  13. The HOS are interactive list finds but the mini games are what keeps this game interesting. Terrific games and graphics and it wasn't too short but kept going and kept you on the edge of your seat. I got through this one on the fast side, but mainly because I was enjoying the story and hard trouble putting it aside until I found out what was next.

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