Mystery Crusaders: Resurgence of the Templars

The Blue Veil, a priceless ancient relic, has been missing for centuries, but your partner Jason has just found a lead on it. That is, until a criminal organization shoots him down! Now it's up to you to finish the case and track down the ancient treasure of the Templars. But be careful, the Shadows organization is right behind you, waiting for you to make a mistake. Who can you trust? You'll need all your wits to decipher the clues and assemble the Sapphire Codex. The race is on for the legendary treasure in this thrilling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

Hurry and find it before the Shadows! They are entertaining but not very challenging. I found the music dull, though I very much enjoy the voice-overs. I would assume the hardcore Big fishers out there that play these games every day for many hours have the larger monitors for HO like I do The graphics are good, the cut scenes are even better and I love the british accents. I enjoyed this game thoroughly!! The only time the lip sync bothers me is if the characters mouths are moving but no voice. For example, you pick up a knife and zoom into a teddy bear that has something sewn inside, you use the knife to open up the threads and expose an item that is used on another item which exposes another item and so forth. You can opt for a game of Mahjong instead, but Mahjong is too boring. I love anything Templar and have devoured every mystery book that even hints at the renowned knights. HOPS: These are all found by standard word list with some interaction. It takes place 3 months later. The CE is very light on extras and is quite bare bones with only the standards such as the strategy guide and bonus chapter. With this said, while I don't mind an easy game but I still don't like the black bar comments stating what needs to be done in the game.

In my opinion, there are too many HOP's and not enough bling to qualify for a decent Collector's Edition. Musical score fit the era and was very lovely. I enjoy the cartoon-like characters, and found the rest of the graphics well up to the high standards we have been seeing recently. A couple of the mini-games I just loved,especially one with a fish tank with a mean Big fish. Some are very small. Once you clear yourself Sir William gives you basic directives only to be kidnapped before your very eyes. I love wandering around in the game. Unfortunately none of the bonus content is unlocked until the game is purchased so there is not a lot to see in the demo version of the game. There is an interactive transporter type map and it is located on a tab in the journal. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by skullfun from Engage in the quest as Natalie to lift the veil of lies in this Magnificant Mystery!!! Sunnyglow, I can't wait to get to the nonogram! I'm not a fan of these though. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow53 from Mystery Crusaders: Resurgence of the Templars Collector's Edition Another great hidden object game to play Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tutortime from Excellent Game. Thank you Bigfish!!

Bipolaires Mystery Crusaders: Resurgence of the Templars metal

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by CasualGran from Excellent game Although the playfield doesn't fit Templrs screen,I very much enjoy this game. It is evident many blood, sweat and tears went into Suspects and Clues create it. Resurbence game did become a buyer for me, the SE version. I check it out for my review writing during the demo. They displayed just fine on my computer screen. I would definitely spoil it. I find this so annoying. Once you've completed what needs to be done your "Communicator" here goes off and you are instructed to meet elsewhere in the game such as the Town Square for example. They are entertaining but not very challenging. I thought it was well told. Find something, use it on another Crusadwrs: so that you can find the third thing. Wish more developers did this. The Bonus Chapter is solid, with a surprising turn in the storyline. The Hidden Object Puzzles are all the same, and just about every scene has one.

Although the storyline is definitely nothing groundbreaking, we thought it was very well told with some fascinating twists that were able to hold our attention from the beginning to the end. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Fantastic Knights Crusaders Storyline I beta tested this game several months back, I love the storyline but something about the gameplay itself falls flat. Once you've completed what needs to be done your "Communicator" here goes off and you are instructed to meet elsewhere in the game such as the Town Square for example. This is a Detective game that delves deep into secret societies, the Knight's Templar want's to protect the legendary Blue Veil chest, which supposedly contains a map of great importance, and the elusive Shadows want to possess the Blue Veil for it's wealth. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by CasualGran from Excellent game Although the playfield doesn't fit my screen,I very much enjoy this game. My characters had a voice to them. Great job! Sunnyglow, I can't wait to get to the nonogram! Even if you manage to obtain the chest, one mistake could be devastating and the map inside could be destroyed forever. The best way I can describe it, is that it's kind of like a B rated movie with those typical awkward camera angles, like it was filmed with a camcorder. In fact I found most things were done great here, VO, movies, the diary holding the games storyline, how the characters speak, right down to a perfect portal task map with similarly perfect hint. It's an adventure game- HOPs should be at a minimum.

In fact I found most things were done great here, VO, movies, the diary holding the games storyline, how the characters speak, right down to a perfect portal task map with similarly perfect hint. Brain teasing puzzles and unique HOS demand plenty of thinking and strategy in this unique story. All new locations. The HOPs are pretty much standard, with the interesting Egyptian Settlement 2: New Worlds ones. There did not seem to be much variety in the HOPS with most of them being slightly interactive list type scenes. It takes place 3 months later. A couple of the mini-games I just loved,especially one with a fish tank with a mean Big fish.


Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow53 from Mystery Crusaders: Resurgence of the Templars Collector's Edition Another great hidden object game to play Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tutortime from Excellent Game. I found the music dull, though I very much enjoy the voice-overs. Musical score fit the era and was very lovely. However, the developer has finally taken a big step forward in terms of the production and modernized its graphics. The main game came to a conclusion for me however the way it ended also had me wanting a bit more. Yes, there is a wonderful journal that keeps track of the story as we move through the game. The race is on for the legendary treasure in this thrilling hidden-object puzzle adventure game! It's an adventure game- HOPs should be at a minimum. Sunnyglow, I can't wait to get to the nonogram! There are a few areas in the game where you can't move forward until you've completed everything. Date published: From there you get in the car and off to the next area.

4 thoughts on “Mystery Crusaders: Resurgence of the Templars

  1. I thought it was well told. Sunnyglow, I can't wait to get to the nonogram! You must be careful, the Shadows organization is right behind you, waiting for you to make a mistake.

  2. Find something, use it on another thing so that you can find the third thing. Rated 5 out of 5 by kerith90angel from The more you play this one, the better it gets! With this said, while I don't mind an easy game but I still don't like the black bar comments stating what needs to be done in the game. It takes place 3 months later.

  3. Although the storyline is definitely nothing groundbreaking, we thought it was very well told with some fascinating twists that were able to hold our attention from the beginning to the end. Unfortunately none of the bonus content is unlocked until the game is purchased so there is not a lot to see in the demo version of the game. I did skip out of a couple of puzzles, not because they were too hard but because they were time-consuming and I didn't want to waste demo time. There is no way to shut off the black bar tip comments stating what needs to be done in the game. In my opinion, there are too many HOP's and not enough bling to qualify for a decent Collector's Edition.

  4. This game did become a buyer for me, the SE version. They are entertaining but not very challenging. From there you get in the car and off to the next area. To the developer here: Please work on to have an option in the custom mode in your future game releases to shut this off.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *