Hidden object game. You play as a Dr. Ignatius Lynch, who is England's leading skeptic. Everything started when he has read a newspaper article that tells of a ghostly woman witnessed haunting an archaeological dig site in a quaint country down. Dr. Lynch sets out with his assistant, overly, to investigate in hopes of debunking the mystery. Your task is to complete investigations, which involve searching multiple self-contained scenes for "clues." You have got only 25 minutes for this tasks. The game can keep you near the computer for a long time.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
The mysteries atmosphere completes the game in a best way. To the features of the game we can refer a Clue Card. A Clue Card is valuable information, which you can hear at the end of each level. These Clue Cards, along with the key items you have found so far, can be reviewed at any time. Each investigation concludes with a bonus round. The bonus level is a kind of a mini-game puzzle of some sort. These are entertaining for the most part, but can be skipped if gamers find them too frustrating. Production values are wonderful. Items make sense in the context of the scene, and the mystery story contains enough twists and turns to keep you interested throughout the game's 14 investigations and 28 locations. Also the game has a reply value. So try to solve such spectral mystery.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Everyone
Extras and features:
· Colorful Graphics
· 14 Great Investigations
· 28 Different Locations
· Exciting Mini-Games
· Some items are too small and hard to find
OS: Windows XP, Windows Vista Memory: 128 MB DirectX: 9.0 or later CPU: P 1.0 GHZ
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