Deep Shadows presents a chilling new series in Medium Detective: Fright from the Past! When a strange series of murders is linked to an old folktale, you’re called in to investigate. Your ability to see into the past will be crucial in stopping a dangerous entity from getting its vengeance and destroying the town. Do you have what it takes to uncover the dark origins of the “Man of Shadows” in time, or will you become his next victim? Find out in this spine-tingling Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!
Some of the imaging is blurry. There is a good jump map available, that shows where an available task is located, It's just nice to have a fun and relaxing game to play. She received her special consultant license with the police in Rating: 1 H. I think they need better or more extras. Thanks, developers! I love that! Rating: 2 C. A word of warning to all of you game purists who look at every nut and bolt in a game — be prepared for a bit of time-shock as you will probably go nuts because of all the anachronisms. Unique puzzle. This would be a good game to purchase on sale, with a coupon, or as an SE. Half of the tiles are available at one time to switch.
Rating: 1 G. His victims are descendants of the families who burned this former warlock, Malefic, at the stake. Don't forgot to look for the Morphing Object in each scene. Some of the puzzles are blurry as well - to the point I found two of them difficult to play. After gathering evidence, you then analyze it through a series of puzzles. Rating: 2 I. This is a puzzle? I enjoyed the creative HOPS in Medium Detective where there are different styles used and all of them are well-designed. I enjoyed the first installment of this new series. With the Morphs, you have to quick! The Mini Games are numerous and entertaining, and most of the puzzles give you the option to play the game in either an Easy of Hard mode which is a feature I really like. There are morphing objects cards within the HOP scenes as well. When a strange series of murders associated with an old tale starts terrorizing the locals, you must use your ability to see the past, and this will be critical in order to stop the dangerous creature from its revenge and the destruction of the city. I enjoyed the demo for this game.
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Dark, but lots of color too. I love that! But this story line is somewhat different, and not once did I grow weary from boredom in the demo, the graphics are well done, and I thought the Hidden Object Scenes and Mini Games were very well constructed. There is the standard transporter type map included with the game but there is a Sherlock Holmes VS Jack the Ripper that some might consider a gimmick but it is useful. The whole game has a haunting but relaxing ambience. As always, try if out for yourself and see what you think. I hope there are more like this on the way! I enjoyed the first installment of this new series. His victims are descendants of the families who burned this former warlock, Malefic, at the stake. Such a savage punishment, yet, before the flames engulfed his entire body, Malefic vowed to return. Even though I think that Medium Detective Fright from the Past is a good game, please try the demo to see if it is right for you. I know, I know, another amulet, another psychic medium that sees into the past while in a trance, been there done that. The remaining extras are the standard fluff but for new gamers the in-game strategy guide is always a benefit. War Chess your special talents will you and Detective Pine be able to solve the murders and put an end to his reign of terror?
I have no idea what this developer wanted me to do in this puzzle. I liked hearing the characters talk in this game. I'm really liking what I'm seeing from this new game. I like the way the scene flickers when the medium is having an insight into what happened. It was a ok game. The graphics are beautifully rendered in some scenes and blurry in others. Match up images under tokens to restore a picture. No Gibson girl up-dos and long, corset-bound frocks for you in ! His victims are descendants of the families who burned this former warlock, Malefic, at the stake. Move four 4 colored chains into matching colored slots. It is a perfect game for a lazy day. You play Claire Arlington , a novice detective who has been summoned to investigate a series of murders that occur once in a decade. Evidence is gathered in groups of usually 3 items, and will automatically go into the Evidence icon.
The direction changes when the tokens move over arrows. The last puzzle in the demo was impossible for me to solve, so I skipped it! The graphics are beautifully rendered in some scenes and blurry in others. Fairy Maids puzzle. Just remember that in BFG game land all things are possible! The Eye Amulet is used about 3 or 4 Mah-Jomino within Detectvie: demo, but you don't have to scan the room or complete a mini game to use it, the only thing Medum amulet is actually used for, is to show a brief movie clip of a ffrom event. My favorite were the Mddium scenes, which I felt were the most creatively designed. One of the Hidden Object Scenes I'm happy to report, was actually cleverly constructed. Evidence is gathered in groups of usually 3 items, and will automatically go into the Evidence icon. They are indicative of those seen in most HOP games. The graphics and sound SFX are in need of some work, but this mystery adventure Mrdium quirky and fun which can be advantageous with regard to holding Collectlrs interest as you progress thru the game. The hand-drawn artwork used to create the characters is excellent and with good voiceovers the characters seem life like. But this story Medieval Defenders is somewhat different, and not once did I grow weary from boredom in the demo, the graphics are well done, and I thought the Hidden Object Scenes and Mini Games were very well constructed. I particularly enjoyed the HOP where you had to find listed objects in pairs, such as 2 arrows or 2 ink impressions. Everything is artsy and every scene has had thought put into it.
The hand-drawn artwork used to create the characters is excellent and with good voiceovers the characters seem life like. Roam a European-looking, hilly, coastal town with winding and climbing alleys, and centuries old buildings all crammed in together. With 18 puzzles and 20 hops. Thanks, developers! Remove four 4 bars from a grid which are blocked with metal stays. The Hidden Signs aren't in every scene and they're fun to find. The characters are actually very good and how you would expect them to act in real life. The game takes place in London England. The bonus chapter hops are nice as a flower shop is there. It's clearly taken from the original "Nightmare on Elm Street" movie. A word of warning to all of you game purists who look at every nut and bolt in a game — be prepared for a bit of time-shock as you will probably go nuts because of all the anachronisms. You have an interactive, transporter type map to help you move quickly between locales. Don't forgot to look for the Morphing Object in each scene.