Death Under Tuscan Skies: A Dana Knightstone Novel

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Journey across Italy as best-selling novelist Dana Knightstone in Death Under Tuscan Skies: A Dana Knightstone Novel! During a lecture in a university in Tuscany, you are startled by the ghost of a 19th century girl named Eva. Decades ago, she died of a mysterious illness while her lover Giovanni left to find a cure. Why did he never return? Unravel the mystery of his disappearance as you explore beautiful landscapes in this incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.5
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Hard Drive: 361 MB
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Death Under Tuscan Skies: A Dana Knightstone Novel 4.1 5 79 79
Death Under Tuscan Skies: A Dana Knightstone Novel This is probably the only game in all the time I've been an active BF member, that after I bought it, I played and played until I wished it would end! It starts out with a tantalizing ancient mystery of a girl's death and lost love. However, after awhile,the story line switches between the historic mystery and the present time,inexplicably. That gets worse as you proceed into the game. I got the feeling honestly, that a group was sitting there, giving input, adding one thing after another to keep the darn thing going. Chapters are glued on one after another and I'd guess, written by different people because the styles change. My mistake to have bought this game. December 14, 2011
Pretty but no substance It is a beautiful game and the voice acting was done well but the game was lacking. Mind you I only played the demo. The mini games were way too easy. In fact there was no challenge anywhere in this game. The plot also seemed to be typical and predictable. If you want something pretty this is your game if you want a challenge skip it. December 6, 2011
Far too easy to offer any challenges This game has far too few challenges for an experienced gamer. Some of the minigames one has to solve before going on is suitable for preschool children, and some of them were in theory solved only seconds after beginning the game. Nice graphics, nice music and an overall atmosphere of laidback semi-fun prevents me from knocking off one more star. I look forward to more games that is not based on the "hidden object" theme, like the remade "Broken Sword" or hopefulle the remaking of some of the old Sierra-games. December 7, 2011
not much here Lot of movement not much hidden object play, don't know if I can finish it or not,, kinda boring.. January 6, 2012
death under the Tuscan Skies Really never did get into the game, not too pleasurable. December 8, 2011
Not worth any money.... This game is not worth any money. Not sure if I'd play it even it if was free. Boring story line. Uninspiring scenery and music. Mini-puzzles with directions that are so uninformative I skipped many because it was completely unclear what the heck you were supposed to be doing or solving. The story was disjointed and the objects required to complete certain tasks were illogical and completely counterintuitive - it made no sense that you were supposed to use certain object for certain tasks. Completely lame. I enjoy challenging games and mini-puzzles if they are done well, have clear sequences and instructions and inspire you to find out what's in the next scene or next task. Glad I got it for free otherwise I would have been even more annoyed had I paid for it. I didn't even finish the game - wasn't worth it. January 2, 2012
death under tuscan skies i didnt like it. had hard time getting out of scene March 23, 2012
very annoying while the graphics are good the rest of the game play is dissapointing.the puzzles are way to easy, and the cursor is not accurate enough when using it on items and pzzles,and means constantly clicking on the same part til the required action is achieved.,which is annoying,frustrating and time consuming.ive quit this game and deleted it half way through chapter 4 as the game froze and wouldnt let me back to another area to continue the just glad i used a game club credit and not payed cash! December 10, 2011
Really Bad Game The game didn't respond well at all, with the cursor hanging constantly. And when I got into mini games, there were no instructions. I'd get a few steps into it, like putting the figurines that I found onto the table and then waiting, used up hints, waited some more. I couldn't find clues. Off on wild goose chases. Couldn't find how to get the electric circuitry into the left half of the library - that's when I gave up. Twenty-five minutes of hit and miss. I guess if I had used a game guide or walkthrough, could've gotten it. But it wasn't fun, just tedious. And again, the skipping cursor (I wasn't online looking for software updates or doing my weekly scan either). September 16, 2014
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