Sea of Lies: Nemesis

Another intriguing whodunit brought to you by Eipix, the makers of Hidden Expedition: Smithsonian Hope Diamond, and the successful Final Cut series... Authorities are baffled by the death of a prominent citizen, and the Governor himself has asked you to investigate. Can you find out how these men died, how they’re all connected, and most importantly, who killed them? This murderer’s calling card is your nemesis in this exciting continuation of the Sea of Lies series. In this exciting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game, you’ll use a forensics kit to examine murder scenes and look for clues.

Talk to the man. Solution You will be able to find treasure chests you may have missed, play a exciting match three game that will earn you extra gold coins to purchase scenery items. Voices are excellent. The voice acting is, on the whole, very well done, and the soundtrack unexpectedly robust and varied in a genre that typically makes do with one or two tracks for the whole game. There is also a choice of Casual, Expert or Insane. Solution D. Rotate the pieces to the top. Solution S. Best of all, for me, the storyline actually makes sense, and I didn't need the hint button just to figure out what should follow in every scene! Characters' lips move when they are speaking, making the game a little more realistic. The developers of this game have clearly put a lot of thought into it.

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Des Sea of Lies: Nemesis

Go to the Backyard. Beautiful graphics and use of color palettes. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Magda from Another hit from this developer Sea of Sea of Lies: Nemesis Nemesis, Collector's Edition, is a great game, in my opinion. Despite the quibbles with its gameplay, Sea of Lies: Nemesis is a top-notch hidden-object adventure that is well worth a look. The graphics are wonderful, not too dark and very clear. Touch the stone; look at the scroll green. Remove the cork. Date published: There are collectibles - treasure chests finding them earns gold to spend in a room at the end of the game, and it is possible to track the ones you might have missed at A Princess Tale end of the game and "souvenirs" - I didn't find any of the latter until I'd finished the bonus game and investigated the extras. Talk to Francisco. The player is, once again, a detective who must solve a murder which becomes several murders during the course of the game. Solution A. In Eipix's hidden-object adventure Sea of Lies: Nemesis, you've been called Liong: The Dragon Dance to examine a death that the authorities have ruled "natural causes", but the victim's friend believes that the paranoia the deceased exhibited before he died might point to a more sinister truth. Solution C.

Go forward. Use the AWL W. When you finish the game and bonus game, you can go back and pick up souvenirs and any treasure chests you might have missed during play. Return to the Living Room. Lovely and clear but some searching to do. Even puzzles have sound effects. Much thought went into doing these. Four difficulties, including custom. One of those rare games you want to keep playing. It's just more fun that way. This guide will give step-by-step solutions for all puzzles which are not random. Go to the Kitchen Z1.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Magda from Another hit from this developer Sea of Lies: Nemesis, Collector's Edition, is a great game, in my opinion. Most players will likely find the length average at around four hours or so, depending on how you customise the difficulty, but if you're sick Mother Nature grim, dark games and want something energetic and Lise:, do yourself a favour Neemsis check out the demo. Thanks for this one - greatly appreciated!!!! Best of all, for me, the storyline actually makes sense, and I didn't need the hint button just to figure out what should follow in every scene! Solution D. Solution L. Voices are excellent.


Still, it's forgivable because the whole game is so deliberately over the top from plot to puzzles that it's hard not to get sucked in. There are collectibles - treasure chests finding them earns gold to spend in a room at the end of the game, and it is possible to track the ones you might have missed at the end of the game and "souvenirs" - I didn't find any of the latter until I'd finished the bonus game and investigated the extras. Go through the center door J1. Go to the Kitchen Z1. You will be able to purchase all if you complete the match three games. In Eipix's hidden-object adventure Sea of Lies: Nemesis , you've been called in to examine a death that the authorities have ruled "natural causes", but the victim's friend believes that the paranoia the deceased exhibited before he died might point to a more sinister truth. Note: Currently, only the Collector's Edition is available. Sound effects. Takes it to a new level. Most players will likely find the length average at around four hours or so, depending on how you customise the difficulty, but if you're sick of grim, dark games and want something energetic and vibrant, do yourself a favour and check out the demo. Solution S. Move the arm H. Go to the Beach. Lovely and clear but some searching to do. Touch the stone; look at the scroll green.

The storyline is good, the graphics clear. Go to the Pier. A sort of supernatural whodunnit that fans of classic murder mystery camp like Murder She Wrote will enjoy, Sea of Lies: Nemesis combines solid point-and-click gameplay with flamboyant and vibrant production for an unexpectedly enjoyable game that's a welcome respite from the darker and more serious titles. Set the dice to this: Return to the Gazebo. The Eipix team has some funny and clever quotes that will make you smile. Characters' lips move when they are speaking, making the game a little more realistic. An Enjoyable Adventure I highly recommend!!! Graphics are wonderful as ever and VOs have lip synch and facial expression. Sound effects. I can't comment on the music, because I turn it down, but it was not intrusive. Take the DIE T. Play match-3 instead of HOS.

11 thoughts on “Sea of Lies: Nemesis

  1. And once again, I have to tell you to watch the credits at the end, because this developer always has amusing lines there. Why I have titled my review as true value, is because fo the extras and extras and even more!! Touch the dirt; take the BOX I. Leave a tankard or two for your fans. Go to the Wine Cellar.

  2. Note: Currently, only the Collector's Edition is available. I recommend this game. Go up to the Prison Roof.

  3. Well done Eipix! Beautiful graphics and use of color palettes. I recommend this game. Remove the cork.

  4. Return to the Office. A sort of supernatural whodunnit that fans of classic murder mystery camp like Murder She Wrote will enjoy, Sea of Lies: Nemesis combines solid point-and-click gameplay with flamboyant and vibrant production for an unexpectedly enjoyable game that's a welcome respite from the darker and more serious titles. Use the AWL W.

  5. Thanks devs for letting me sail another adventure with your team. Pick any card to begin with and then pick the rest X. This game was so much fun to play with so much to do. An Enjoyable Adventure When you finish the game and bonus game, you can go back and pick up souvenirs and any treasure chests you might have missed during play.

  6. The biggest problem is actually a lack of feedback, since "Think, think, think" and "Let me see" don't really provide any indication of what you should be doing, or why something isn't working. This guide will give step-by-step solutions for all puzzles which are not random. Solution A. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Magda from Another hit from this developer Sea of Lies: Nemesis, Collector's Edition, is a great game, in my opinion. It's just more fun that way.

  7. Go to the Beach. Voice overs with lip sync for those who insist on it. Still, it's forgivable because the whole game is so deliberately over the top from plot to puzzles that it's hard not to get sucked in. Solution S. Solution K.

  8. The story is a murder mystery with a nautical theme which is perfectly supported by the wonderful music; sometimes jaunty and other times atmospheric. As well as the bonus chapter which really complements the main story, there is another "extra" bonus game unlocked by finding all the treasure chests. Use the KEY Y. The biggest problem is actually a lack of feedback, since "Think, think, think" and "Let me see" don't really provide any indication of what you should be doing, or why something isn't working. If you haven't taken the opportunity to read the credits, please do so.

  9. Go to the Pier. Return to the Docks. Go to the Wine Cellar. Touch the dirt; take the BOX I.

  10. Touch the coconuts to begin; guess the location of the gem 3 times Solution: The developers of this game have clearly put a lot of thought into it. There are collectibles - treasure chests finding them earns gold to spend in a room at the end of the game, and it is possible to track the ones you might have missed at the end of the game and "souvenirs" - I didn't find any of the latter until I'd finished the bonus game and investigated the extras.

  11. There is also a choice of Casual, Expert or Insane. Please read the instructions in the game for each puzzle. Take the DIE T. Very lively.

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