Death at Cape Porto: A Dana Knightstone Novel Collector’s Edition

Return to Europe in a brand new adventure as Dana Knightstone, the best-selling novelist with a gift for clairvoyance. A tragic legend attracts you to Portugal, where you were planning to set the backdrop of your latest love story. But upon checking into a mysterious hotel, you discover that your abilities are not just limited to interacting with ghosts. Delve into a past obscured by untruths that have imprisoned an innocent soul who, without your help, will never have the chance to clear his name. Find clues buried in old newspaper clippings and collect useful items as you explore the romantic locales of Portugal. This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:


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Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tezra from Boom Zap did it again! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by monroe from I love Boom Zap! Enjoyable game! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by aleta59 from Another Knightstone triump! I feel so glad to have the chance to play this - this feels like a good break from the fantasy and fairy tale HOPAs that I am slowly getting tired of Gems Quest I'm waiting for the next one. She discovers new abilities during her adventure in Portugal. Love this game series what a joy. According to the reviewer, it was "very beautiful, very entertaining but unfortunately, Runefall short" and the overall atmosphere of the game was "very romantic supported by lovely composed background Worlds Greatest Cities Mahjong. The main character is Dana Knightstone, a fiction writer who uncovers a mystery while on vacation in Scotland. I didn't use the sound so I can't speak to that. It is not very enthusiastic or action-paced but it is captivating and suspenseful enough for us to follow. The Standard Edition was released on February 7, I like the way you get to use the items in your inventory in a timely manor so you don't have to remember you needed something from a place you were hours ago.

The series begins when she comes across a murder mystery while on vacation in Scotland. Now I'm waiting for the next one. Good story line with Dana solving an old murder. The voice acting are good too! None of them are truly original and most of them are overly-simple, sometimes you can complete the puzzle in less than a minute. There is a nice balance between dark scenes and brighter ones, all of them are sharp and very detailed. Good length: 6 hours casual. It can offer you a refreshing experience, but those who are expecting some challenges might be disappoint. It has a good amount of adventure in it and it is just challenging enough not to be boring. Boom Zap never fails to deliver new sequels! In this latest Knightstone, it was awesome to see refreshing ideas to spice up a long-run series. Excellent graphics and storyline as always. It's not so easy game, but I like this middle of challenge betwin too easy and too boring hard.

The Bonus Chapter is 30 minutes short despite its beautiful look and nice enough story. Date published: Rated 5 Knightstnoe of 5 by tezra from Boom Zap did it again! In this series:. The Standard Edition was released on February 7, There is nothing really special about Magic Heroes: Save Our Park except the variety of the Hidden Object scenes. Ah, and also, it's not so often, but here I like the lovely music.


There is a nice balance between dark scenes and brighter ones, all of them are sharp and very detailed. The main character is Dana Knightstone, a fiction writer who uncovers a mystery while on vacation in Scotland. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by aleta59 from Another Knightstone triump! It's not so easy game, but I like this middle of challenge betwin too easy and too boring hard. It can offer you a refreshing experience, but those who are expecting some challenges might be disappoint. It still follows the mystery novel storyline, with the main protagonist Dana Knightstone discovering new abilities in interacting with ghosts, and is set in Portugal. There is nothing really special about it except the variety of the Hidden Object scenes. The series begins when she comes across a murder mystery while on vacation in Scotland. All of the Hidden Object scenes are highly interactive and the interactions are pretty creative, you do not have to search each scene more than once and almost all of the scenes are not messy junk-piles. Plot[ edit ] Dana Knightstone is an up-and-coming fiction writer. According to the reviewer, it was "very beautiful, very entertaining but unfortunately, very short" and the overall atmosphere of the game was "very romantic supported by lovely composed background music". Clear, nice colors, beautiful landscapes, interesting story. None of them are truly original and most of them are overly-simple, sometimes you can complete the puzzle in less than a minute.

The outdoor views look amazing while the indoor scenes look as stunning. Enjoyable game! I didn't use the sound so I can't speak to that. I think some are some good and difficult puzzles, slightly repetitive, the HO scenes are a mix of complicated and average HOs. Nice puzzles, medium skip, nice music. It was easy, but I played it on the Casual setting. As she becomes a best-selling novelist, she continues to travel around Europe including Italy [2] and Austria, [3] where she encounters more spirits and mysteries to unveil. The puzzles, are quite a let down. Love this game series what a joy. In this latest Knightstone, it was awesome to see refreshing ideas to spice up a long-run series. It is not very enthusiastic or action-paced but it is captivating and suspenseful enough for us to follow. As a result, the length of the main game is extremely short — it should not take anybody longer than 3 hours, a lot shorter for fast players. As usual, stunning graphics and beautiful settings.

It peaked at 6 and lasted in the top 10 for 14 days. The scenes are amazing and looks sharp! None of them are truly original and most of them are overly-simple, sometimes you can complete the puzzle in less than a minute. Review of completed game: -Pros- -Graphics are nice and clear -Music was nice and not irritating -vo's most fit the characters -nice achievements and collectables 40 cards -game play was easy -good mini puzzles -ho's were nice and clear and interactive!!! The game received good reviews, with Gamezebo giving it a 3. It's so beautiful Good story line with Dana solving an old murder. Even though the story has been done times and times in the previous Dana Knightstone games, it never gets tired. There is nothing really special about it except the variety of the Hidden Object scenes. Now I'm waiting for the next one. The Standard Edition was released on February 7, The Bonus Chapter is 30 minutes short despite its beautiful look and nice enough story. It can offer you a refreshing experience, but those who are expecting some challenges might be disappoint.

14 thoughts on “Death at Cape Porto: A Dana Knightstone Novel Collector’s Edition

  1. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tigerleema from A beautiful novel Nice puzzles, medium skip, nice music. Again the romantic story! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by aleta59 from Another Knightstone triump! Good length: 6 hours casual.

  2. If you enjoy HO games and different mini-games and a break to all the harder HO games you'll love this one. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by laluyadav from awesome The outdoor views look amazing while the indoor scenes look as stunning. Sometimes it's nice to just play a game that doesn't take so much thought.

  3. Date published: In this sequel, Dana Knightstone heads off to Tuscany to give a lecture, only to discover another case of a murder mystery. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by aleta59 from Another Knightstone triump! The scenes are amazing and looks sharp! On the visuals side, the graphics are wonderful as we have come to expect, in fact, we admire the beautiful scenery in this sequel more than the previous ones.

  4. According to the reviewer, it was "very beautiful, very entertaining but unfortunately, very short" and the overall atmosphere of the game was "very romantic supported by lovely composed background music". Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by monroe from I love Boom Zap! Death at Cape Porto has a nice, relaxed gameplay — if not too easy. It peaked at 6 and lasted in the top 10 for 14 days. Enjoyable game!

  5. Plot[ edit ] Dana Knightstone is an up-and-coming fiction writer. According to Jay Is Games , "the scenery is easy on the eyes and the music is lush," also adding that "the characters and the storyline are delightfully over the top. As a result, the length of the main game is extremely short — it should not take anybody longer than 3 hours, a lot shorter for fast players. It still follows the mystery novel storyline, with the main protagonist Dana Knightstone discovering new abilities in interacting with ghosts, and is set in Portugal. It can offer you a refreshing experience, but those who are expecting some challenges might be disappoint.

  6. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by aleta59 from Another Knightstone triump! It was easy, but I played it on the Casual setting. I really liked this game.

  7. The series begins when she comes across a murder mystery while on vacation in Scotland. I have tryed the demo first, but going to buy this one. I think some are some good and difficult puzzles, slightly repetitive, the HO scenes are a mix of complicated and average HOs. None of them are truly original and most of them are overly-simple, sometimes you can complete the puzzle in less than a minute.

  8. The atmosphere is very romantic supported by lovely composed background music. Enjoyable game! Boom Zap never fails to deliver new sequels! The outdoor views look amazing while the indoor scenes look as stunning. In this sequel, Dana Knightstone heads off to Tuscany to give a lecture, only to discover another case of a murder mystery.

  9. Occasionally, you can also pop back in the past through your visions and put things right which is quite an interesting new concept to be introduced. Now I'm waiting for the next one. The atmosphere is very romantic supported by lovely composed background music. She discovers new abilities during her adventure in Portugal. There is nothing really special about it except the variety of the Hidden Object scenes.

  10. Adventure wise, I think Austrian Sonata is more exciting I didn't use the sound so I can't speak to that. The graphic is wonderful, very sharp and bright. There is a nice balance between dark scenes and brighter ones, all of them are sharp and very detailed. Review of completed game: -Pros- -Graphics are nice and clear -Music was nice and not irritating -vo's most fit the characters -nice achievements and collectables 40 cards -game play was easy -good mini puzzles -ho's were nice and clear and interactive!!!

  11. The graphic is wonderful, very sharp and bright. It has a good amount of adventure in it and it is just challenging enough not to be boring. The HOs are different and special, the list HOs are very interactive. The game was long enough, for me more than 4 hours. Even though the story has been done times and times in the previous Dana Knightstone games, it never gets tired.

  12. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tezra from Boom Zap did it again! It's so beautiful She discovers new abilities during her adventure in Portugal.

  13. Occasionally, you can also pop back in the past through your visions and put things right which is quite an interesting new concept to be introduced. None of them are truly original and most of them are overly-simple, sometimes you can complete the puzzle in less than a minute. Boom Zap never fails to deliver new sequels!

  14. Good story line with Dana solving an old murder. Plot[ edit ] Dana Knightstone is an up-and-coming fiction writer. The Standard Edition was released on February 7, It still follows the mystery novel storyline, with the main protagonist Dana Knightstone discovering new abilities in interacting with ghosts, and is set in Portugal.

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