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Pride & Prejudice: Hidden Anthologies

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(359.44 MB)

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Explore the rich world of Jane Austen’s most beloved novel, Pride & Prejudice! Published almost two hundred years ago, the novel has seen many adaptations over the years. Now, it is a fully featured Hidden Object adventure game that closely follows the plot of the book. The game involves many of the much loved characters and offers new perspectives to both the gaming genre & the story. Enjoy beautifully rendered scenes, emotive original music & compelling narrative driven gameplay.

  • Beautiful graphics
  • Variety of mini-games
  • Comprehensive hint system
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 385 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Pride & Prejudice: Hidden Anthologies 1.7 5 110 110
Leaves a lot to be desired and a Walkthrough would make up for a lot. I read a lot of reviews panning Pride & Prejudice the Game, and while I disagree with most, I do find some things that the game developers should correct. I have played the game twice now, without finding all the notelets or the pieces of Elizabeth?s diary?..and I both looked carefully with a magnifying glass and did a lot of random clicking. I think it would be a kindness of them to give us a walkthrough pointing out where all the items might be found. Second was that the games were inconsistent in the offering of a skip. The piano game gets quite frustrating the last time around and I think an update needs to be put in place that gives every game a skip. Many folks complained about the amount of reading?.and the slowness of gameplay, but I found that was not out of place with the nature of Pride and Prejudice itself. The game design itself is very inconsistent between the style of illustrations for the dialog scenes which is almost amateurish in style when compared to the detail of the other scenes in which we look for objects. This didn?t bother me as much as it did some folks, but would be made up for be the update and a walkthrough. This is definitely not a game for players who want speed and it is not very long to play either. Fans of Pride and Prejudice should play the demo fully...and get out of their heads all the characters that have graced the various films, but as a fan of all, I personally found nothing hugely objectionable.....except for the lack of a Walkthrough. July 15, 2012
Who killed Mr. Darcy? A question to the developers: What were you thinking when you drew Mr. Darcy? Seriously, how could you turn one of English Literature's most appealing male character looking like a middle aged frumpy looking toad. That really was the last straw for me on this game. Not to mention I really am not in the mood to carry out meanial tasks from cartoon characters; fetch this, sew that, bake this? I dont take that from my husband, and I certainly will not have a game domesticate me. Granted I did love the graphics, beautiful scenes but the endless dialogues made the game very boring. Also the confusing instructions which just confused me; perhaps it's Monday and I am not in my groove just yet. The music was beautiful when you listen to it the first time; after the 10th, my jaws ached from gritting my teeth. HO scens are pretty to look at and that is all I can say about the HO scenes, they are pretty to look at. Finding the pages of diary and the little wax seals just caused my eyes to tear up from all the squinting. Sorry but even Lizzie and Darcy's timeless love is not worth me getting more crows feet at my age. I can only recommend that you try the tiral version and make up your mind, many may enjoy the Bennet experience and many like me will prefer to re-read the book. June 25, 2012
Rather boring game This game does faithfully follow an abbreviated form of the book as you play; there are a great many cut scenes which are drawings in a sepia hue & various cut out characters pop into the screen. The dialogue is not voiced over but it is clickable if you read fast. The music is a melodic piano; I personally felt something a little more tinkling would have been better but it is not unpleasant to listen to. Once you move into a main screen then the graphics are crisp & the artwork colourful; each scene has a great many items as the hidden objects are within these main scenes. Some of the items are very small but occasionally there will be a little glint where one is hidden. Click all around a scene as you never know what you might find; a locked door, an item to go into your inventory, etc. Some inventory items can be joined together to create an object that you need to use in a scene. In addition to the H0s you should also look for scraps of paper which form Lizzie?s diary, once you find the pages of the diary there is a mini task to put the pieces together & then a nicely voiced over reading. Also you will find wax seals, you start the game with 5 hints & you will get an extra one for each seal you find. It took me a little while to figure out how to move between scenes (when it is allowable) & I had a sort of ?oh right that?s how you do it? moment. It seems there will be a few mini tasks; I found one which was playing piano notes in the correct order but as I only played to the end of the demo I cannot say how many there may be. This is not a game for me as I prefer my H0s with an adventure & this was too tiresome as I was not in the mood to read through all the dialogue June 25, 2012
pride & prejudice:hidden anthologies not my cup of tea I'm afraid. I love the book but this does not do it justice. The details were anachronistic- clothes that were the wrong period etc.- and the game play very, very slow... I only got as far as the second scene before I decided enough was enough, which is a great shame because the basic concept of games based on much loved novels is sound.., I just think the game designers need to get their historical facts straight in that case and give some more thought to the actual game-play June 25, 2012
Read the book! This is soooo slow. If I want that much dialogue I will read the book. Also irritating having to do things in exactly the right order for no obvious reason i.e. shoes before ribbons. Cannot change the sound levels and with my computer sound on lowest levels is much too loud for my small study and with other people around so end up having to have sound off. Visuals good and slightly varied and good lighting levels. Couldn't be bothered to finish the 'test' hour I was so bored. June 25, 2012
When I want to read this much, I will pick up a book. I could not finish the demo on this. I appreciate that they wanted to follow the plot of Pride and Prejudice - and it is a classic for a good reason. I recommend reading it. I can not, however, recommend this game. Hints are limited. The game pairs "narration" with the music so you must accept both or have neither. Graphics look like cartoon panels and not well done at that. Tutorial instructions can't be skipped. To give you an idea: In a 5 minute span of "game play", I spent 3 minutes reading and 2 minutes doing a hidden object scene. I will be interested to see a review from someone who had the patience to stick out the demo in its entirety. No buy for me. Not even with a free game credit. By the way, the only reason I rated the storyline at a 5 is because it's Pride and Prejudice and if the devs say the game "closely follows" the plot, then I believe them. June 25, 2012
TOO MUCH READING AND NOT ENOUGH DOING! I LOVE THIS STORY I HAVE WATCHED IT ON TV MANY TIMES. I THOUGHT THE GAME WOULD BE AS WONDERFUL THERE WERE A COUPLE OF PLACES I GOT STUCK AND TIME WAS WAISTED TRYING TO FIGURE IT OUT. NOT MUCH HELP EITHER. OVERALL I DID NOT LIKE IT AND WOULD NOT RECCOMEND THIS GAME. WHAT A DISSAPOINTMENT. June 25, 2012
Too much talk and not enough game play I beta tested this game and I didn't like it. There's too much talk that you have to read through, and some of it is idle chitter chatter that doesn't further the story along. The game had alot of potential, but it just fell flat. There's no directions in the game to tell you what to do, and I had no idea what to do next. The graphics and characters are cartoon style. The hint system is poor. You have to find pieces of the diary and after they're pieced together, you must read that as well. There's no "options" button to change the screen size, turn down the music, and no choice the level of difficulty. I was thoroughly bored with this game. However others may enjoy it. This game isn't for me, and I will not be buying it. June 25, 2012
Not my favorite I love the novel and the movies and was hoping for a good game, it was not much fun, not knowing what to do next, found myself randomly (mindlessly) clicking items. Hints seem to be easily found once you know what the seal looks like. I think it would have been a lot of fun if it had some kind of promt here and there, like the walk prompt, as you scroll over a door, the pick up prompt, as you scroll over something you need and the use tool prompt, etc. June 25, 2012
Eh I'm a P&P fan so was looking forward to seeing how this game would play out. I've played Matches & Matrimony, which while basic at best, has clear instruction and is easy to follow. I expected some advancement with a new game on the market but this one was just unclear and confusing. The game tries to offer all instruction at the beginning instead of a tutorial as you encounter each mode of game play, making navigation rather than the game itself difficult. It wasn't worth trying to figure out what you needed to do after awhile. And, although trivial, I must agree with the poster who mentioned that Mr. Darcy was terribly illustrated! July 29, 2012
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