Blam! Games brings you the next exciting installment of the Punished Talents series! Your brother's been kidnapped, and the criminal behind it has demanded that you investigate! Your only hope of saving your family is by tracking down the other kidnapping victims. Can you stop this mad criminal before it's too late? Find out in this chilling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!
Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by eric72 from No regret to have purchased this game.. Even though the game might seem old-school I still think it is an excellent game. Enjoyed this one from start to finish. I really appreciated that the character we play is a man and that he talks only when needed. It wasn't accepted until I clicked on a small, very specific area of the screwdriver! Sometimes I become tired of all the interactive scenes and long for a bit more simplicity where I can search for items without having to figure out what I must do before I find the one object I am trying to find. Games Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by dancemom1 from Oh no I didn't! I want to continue playing so I can find out why me, how do I know you, why do I know you, why are you leaving a trail of clues and taunting me every step of the way? It has been fun trying to determine my next move and what I needed to do to progress in the game. Unless I missed something, all we have are 25 morphing hand prints. My reviews are based upon completed play of the game. We do a lot of back tracking, so this comes in real handy.
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I found the game to be a great mystery and one that I enjoyed as I put together the clues to save my kidnapped brother and solve the murder that was committed to get my attention. How does he know you? I'd wish I could give it four stars, but I just can't given that I had to keep hitting the hint button. Its not fair to the developers who have put so much effort into making these games to not rate them fairly. I did, however, feel that the ending was a little lame, it's almost as if they dusted off this unfinished game after sitting on the shelf for a few years, and thought Talfnts: slap together the final chapter, or at least the final scene? Date published: Rated 3 out of Talebts: by dollfaye from Kids and newbies may like this one. Here's Punished Talents: Dark Knowledge Bubble Zoo 2 of my review to help you decide which Phnished, if either, is right Farm Frenzy: Gone Fishing you: There's Punkshed madman on the loose tonight at the University and he's taking great pleasure at watching you play his cat and mouse game. Even outstanding. Colour scheme, gameplay Punished Talents: Dark Knowledge characters were, so far, of quality. The new addition is very well done. In the CE version, there is Tzlents: Morphing Handprint Sparkle Unleashed each location that morphs at a nice pace and is a perfect size, not so large that it's impossible to miss, but not so small that you need a pair of magical glasses to search for Punishex either. Just okay. The glasses is totally unnecessary and the game could still perfectly function without it. Good graphics, music and story line. Excellent animation, very realistic, except that the mouth movement didn't quite keep up with the voices
The CE Bonus Chapter is fairly long and it's a decent addition to the plot that takes place shortly afterward, forcing you and your family to flee for safety when the madman strikes again. Probably because I enjoy crime mystery stories so much. Can you track him down before he claims another victim? One of the reason's I only gave this game 4 stars was because some of the listed items had multiple items that fit the description, such as coins. I actually found the video surveillance clue game rather interesting, and it would be beneficial for these devs to run with that type of game. Why do we need them anyway? Date published: Punished Talents: Dark Knowledge is en enjoyable four-hour adventure. As far as the game goes, if you like suspenseful plots, this one has a good plot. Blam Games has recently been acquired by a new dev who undoubtedly dusted the game off and decided to let it take a spin around the gaming block to see what happens. At least for me this is a great game and I encourage you to try the demo to see if it is a game you will enjoy as well. I happen to like HOS where I can identify the objects to be found particularly when they are not hidden in dark closets or corners where they are barely visible. The first device is a Magic pair of sunglasses that allows you to find evidence in a room after a crime took place.
I have been trying to think how to write this the whole game. Turns out it involves much more than kidnapping. Also, I Kbowledge following the Punished Talents: Dark Knowledge Tlaents: find the loony-tune responsible for these crimes. This is a good game, yes, the graphics are kind of "old-school" and the game seems a bit dated, but there is a reason for it. Probably because I enjoy crime mystery stories so much. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by eric72 from No regret to have purchased Mad Mouse game. Even outstanding. Bonampak wasn't a waste of time, moved right along and left you wondering what happens next. Happy gaming! In order to get the clue, you play a HOP. Back and forth with a number of tasks. Tallents: the demo a shot and see if this isn't to your liking.
The only complaints I have is that it is too short and the story line id kind of generic. The puzzles are less exciting, as they are basically slightly modified versions of the familiar formats. This time, a serial murderer is on the loose at the prestigious university. Its not fair to the developers who have put so much effort into making these games to not rate them fairly. Even outstanding. I have explained the reason's for my own personal likes and dislikes in this review, and I have given some suggestions, but I want to encourage them to continue. I did, however, feel that the ending was a little lame, it's almost as if they dusted off this unfinished game after sitting on the shelf for a few years, and thought they'd slap together the final chapter, or at least the final scene? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jtholland13 from Not overly difficult but still interesting challenges I've done a few of these and a lot of them are too repetitive or simple. I think the only puzzle I have run across is the clue board. I did not see any blurring when going in and out of close ups or anywhere else. Nice selection of HOPAs. Hello friends! The glasses is totally unnecessary and the game could still perfectly function without it. My review is really a 3.
It wasn't accepted until I clicked on a small, very specific area of the screwdriver! As usual, I review mostly on the game play and leave the story line to others. Just okay. The last Punished Talents game was released two years ago, the beta for this game was released last year, so it probably sat on a shelf for a while for unknown reasons. The Mini-Games could have been better but they aren't horrible games either. Happy gaming! Thanks for the reviews. Out of frustration, I clicked the hint, and the hint led me to the same screwdriver. My reviews are based upon completed play of the game. Here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either, is right for you: There's a madman on the loose tonight at the University and he's taking great pleasure at watching you play his cat and mouse game. I want to continue playing so I can find out why me, how do I know you, why do I know you, why are you leaving a trail of clues and taunting me every step of the way? The stakes are high in this who-dun-it mystery, the grand prize is the final victim, your brother! Lasts a long time. How does he know you?