Art Detective

John Cromwell investigates high-profile theft for the FBI. He's on the trail of a shadowy figure known as "The Ghost"; an expert thief who steals fine paintings and replaces them with replicas so convincing that most people don't realize the originals have been burgled. But John Cromwell isn`t most people. Through his eyes you will investigate the crime scenes, separate the real from the counterfeits, and piece together the puzzle to unmask The Ghost.

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The graphics are not that great, but the game play is! Other puzzles include regular jigsaws, moving jigsaw pieces around to get them in the right place to finish the picture, making matches of cards by turning them over two at a time, finding two of the same mug shots, finding the only mug shot that hasn't got a pair and others. Just don't play for a long period of time as you can probably get crossed-eyed : It's nice to have something different come across the way. I throughly enjoyed this game. I really got annoyed by the lady saying you have an e-mail which sounded like you have emanuelle over and over. In other words, there is no picture to show you what the puzzle should look like when finished. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by amilahani from Interesting I bought it thinking its another HO, but quite surprise to find it a find-a-difference game. By the end of the game, I was down to a little over 15, points because I had to use this tool so often. To make this particular type of puzzle even harder, the pieces are all the same size and shape. The jigsaw puzzles where you have to move the pieces around to create the right picture has no hints and does not tell you when you have correctly placed a piece. There is not a bonus section per se, but there are places where you can replay all the kinds of puzzles found in the game, as well as more. There is a hint button, but it recharges very, very slowly.. The only really helpful tool that I found was the infrared lamp, which cost points every time you used it on one picture.


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With The Art Detective, Davy understands our fascination with crime and mystery; she dug into recent headlines, television, and movies as inspiration for the story behind the art—or missing, stolen, confiscated, and misplaced art as the case may be. The puzzles go from quite easy Detectlve very difficult, and there are plenty of them. I played it probably The Bloobles and the Quest for Chocolate year ago. Differences might be minor, such as shading or an extra leaf. The graphics are not that great, but the game play is! Well, sort of. They used to be fun. Detectivs Art Detective were more like it. The harder the puzzle, the more tools you need, but the fewer points you earn make it hard to buy the tools you need. The more hints you use, the more wrong clicks you make, Detectivee the more time you take to find all the differences, all reduce your score. It is not hidden object. I'm talking about something the size of a dust mote. Game developers, please make more spot the difference games.

The puzzles go from quite easy to very difficult, and there are plenty of them. There is a magnifying glass, a telescope, an infra red lamp, dust that can be used to show differences, and other items. The works were not insured. I think the game would have been more fun if the computer wasn't involved in the game. If you want spot the difference, this is the game for you! The points earned by completing the pictures can be used to purchase tools to help find the differences. You have to click on your computer to open up your e-mail which will show you a painting of which you click on to spot the fake, or spot several differences between two almost identical paintings. In this same area, you can make a regular jigsaw puzzle out of the pictures found in the game. Pageant of the Masters will leave you with a bit of misty-eyed hope; that alone is worth the price of admission. You have to keep working at it until you get it right, at which time the game lets you know by removing all the lines around the pieces. A lot of fun. Basically the main character is working with the FBI to solve a case where art thieves are stealing the original paintings and replacing them with counterfeit paintings. The camera follows the actor as he arrives from backstage.

More art Queens Garden 2 object games, please! I also enjoy the minigames. I had fun playing this game since it's different from the usual TM and HO. I wish BFG had a category for just such games, and that game developers would make more like this. A puzzle game with lots of puzzles, but being good at and My Downtown "find the differences" is a must. Date published: Certainly, dozens of examples from this evening, massive in its scope Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist art history, can be cited, but the end result is this: You will be inspired by the Art Detective that mankind Mahjongg: Ancient Mayas capable of producing and those who champion the preservation of that beauty. Otherwise, its good. They used to be fun. Sparkle 2 published: Rated 3 out of 5 by amilahani from Interesting I bought it thinking its another HO, but quite surprise to find it a find-a-difference game. Another area has 8 jigsaw puzzles, 7 of which you have no point of reference to use to combine the pieces. A different theme is selected each year. In his attempts to solve the mystery of the photographic realism of Renaissance artists, Hockney wrote The Secret Knowledge, a book which asserts that mirrors, lenses, and other optics were employed. Art Detective talking about something the size of a dust mote.


The only reason I give it 3 stars is because its not my type of game. I have played hundreds of hidden object games. Date published: Wish there were more like it. You have to click on your computer to open up your e-mail which will show you a painting of which you click on to spot the fake, or spot several differences between two almost identical paintings. Next, the actors—bewigged and body-painted including shadows —are posed by stage managers sometimes, the detailed costumes are half-worn and half-painted on the set. Basically the main character is working with the FBI to solve a case where art thieves are stealing the original paintings and replacing them with counterfeit paintings. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by darfus from geat game need more games like this. The differences can be difficult to spot, such as a variation in shading. I played it probably one year ago. I have played hundreds of hidden object games. Even with binoculars, I could not figure out how one actor, painted with sun-lit ripples in a swimming pool, weightlessly floated below another figure watching him in Portrait of an Artist Dan Duling, Pageant scriptwriter for 34 years, incorporates storytelling and fascinating facts to elucidate and contextualize the story behind these sumptuous masterpieces with humor, sophistication, and insight.

Wish there were more like it. There are no difficulty levels to choose, so there is no way to change this. Pageant of the Masters will leave you with a bit of misty-eyed hope; that alone is worth the price of admission. Once you have all 4 colors on the paper a checkmark will indicate the correct color in the correct spot, a question mark will indicate the correct color but wrong spot and of course an x indicates that color is not used. This is a hard game and if your strength is not in "find the differences" this game has the potential to frustrate you. Basically the main character is working with the FBI to solve a case where art thieves are stealing the original paintings and replacing them with counterfeit paintings. Nice variety of paintings; details are large enough to clearly see the differences without ruining your eyes. By the end of the game, I was down to a little over 15, points because I had to use this tool so often. Certainly, dozens of examples from this evening, massive in its scope of art history, can be cited, but the end result is this: You will be inspired by the beauty that mankind is capable of producing and those who champion the preservation of that beauty. I have played hundreds of hidden object games. There is a magnifying glass, a telescope, an infra red lamp, dust that can be used to show differences, and other items. In this same area, you can make a regular jigsaw puzzle out of the pictures found in the game. The differences can be difficult to spot, such as a variation in shading. The more hints you use, the more wrong clicks you make, and the more time you take to find all the differences, all reduce your score. The story of Audrey Munson, the first actress to appear naked on film, will boggle you.

10 thoughts on “Art Detective

  1. There are no difficulty levels to choose, so there is no way to change this. The differences are very noticeable at first but they seem to get a little more difficult as you progress. The differences can be difficult to spot, such as a variation in shading. Leading investigators were adamant that the object was pilfered for ransom by Albanian gangsters.

  2. Give it a try if you're into this kinda game. Date published: I think the game would have been more fun if the computer wasn't involved in the game. Be prepared for dark, finely detailed pictures and some extremely tiny differences. It is not hidden object.

  3. This A. By the end of the game, I was down to a little over 15, points because I had to use this tool so often. Her The Death of Cleopatra sits in the Smithsonian, but the Pageant gives this marble wonder a rightfully exquisite setting in moonlight.

  4. Next, the actors—bewigged and body-painted including shadows —are posed by stage managers sometimes, the detailed costumes are half-worn and half-painted on the set. Puzzles are nothing new — but they have no instructions. The jigsaw puzzles where you have to move the pieces around to create the right picture has no hints and does not tell you when you have correctly placed a piece. Can be quite eye-strain to find the small things.

  5. Other puzzles include regular jigsaws, moving jigsaw pieces around to get them in the right place to finish the picture, making matches of cards by turning them over two at a time, finding two of the same mug shots, finding the only mug shot that hasn't got a pair and others. You have to click on your computer to open up your e-mail which will show you a painting of which you click on to spot the fake, or spot several differences between two almost identical paintings. Nice variety of paintings; details are large enough to clearly see the differences without ruining your eyes. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Spot The Difference This is a game that is difficult to navigate through.

  6. I really got annoyed by the lady saying you have an e-mail which sounded like you have emanuelle over and over. Nice variety of paintings; details are large enough to clearly see the differences without ruining your eyes. I throughly enjoyed this game. If you want spot the difference, this is the game for you! The works were not insured.

  7. The jigsaw puzzles where you have to move the pieces around to create the right picture has no hints and does not tell you when you have correctly placed a piece. Just don't play for a long period of time as you can probably get crossed-eyed : It's nice to have something different come across the way. The points earned by completing the pictures can be used to purchase tools to help find the differences.

  8. They used to be fun. If you are looking for hidden objects, look elsewhere. Be prepared for dark, finely detailed pictures and some extremely tiny differences. I played it probably one year ago. I found it easiest to wait until I finished the paintings I was already working on, before I opened the next e-mail and did not notice any problems with that approach.

  9. The only really helpful tool that I found was the infrared lamp, which cost points every time you used it on one picture. Another area has 8 jigsaw puzzles, 7 of which you have no point of reference to use to combine the pieces. There are mini games such as figuring out what 4 colors of chemicals to mix together by putting different color combinations on a sheet of paper. Another area has 8 jigsaw puzzles, 7 of which you have no point of reference to use to combine the pieces. They used to be fun.

  10. Be prepared for dark, finely detailed pictures and some extremely tiny differences. The points earned by completing the pictures can be used to purchase tools to help find the differences. The only really helpful tool that I found was the infrared lamp, which cost points every time you used it on one picture.

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