Hidden object game. Nick Chase and the Deadly Diamond The players assume the role of a former police detective, who receives a mysterious package one day. From this moment you start solving puzzles, search for hidden objects, and interact with different characters in pursuit of a fabulous diamond as well as the mysterious Mr. X. You should find out who delivered the ancient artifact, exploring gorgeous scenes and solving a great amount of puzzles. Items you will search for are distinct and fairly easy to find. There are objects which are hidden well and more difficult to search for. Most of them are located behind pieces of the environment which must be moved to reveal the necessary items. The major part of the gameplay is occupied with varied puzzle game types.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
Nick Chase and the Deadly Diamond features great presentation, full of nice details throughout the gameplay. The audio system is also good in the game. But still the first thing you notice starting playing the game is its visual style. Most of the game is hand-drawn in a comic book style, and it’s pleasant to look at. The characters are also rendered in a good way. All in all, you will enjoy playing the game much due to its challenging gameplay, nice quality graphics and lots of twists.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Everyone
Extras and features:
· Gorgeous Graphics
· Incredible Characters
· Great Variety of Mini-Games
· Challenging Gameplay
· The game is full of unoriginal elements.
OS: Windows XP/Vista, CPU: 800 Mhz, RAM: 512 MB, DirectX: 7.0, Hard Drive: 156 MB
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