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Shattered Minds: Encore

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Reveal the twisted plan of a deranged magician in Shattered Minds: Encore! You are a detective with a knack for dealing with strange cases and your Chief has a new case for you to investigate. After a series of vanishing famous monuments the world over, you are sent to Paris, France to investigate a possible link between the disappearances and a calling card left behind at the crime scenes. Play through challenging hidden object games and perplexing puzzles in an attempt to unravel the mystery in this thrilling hidden object adventure game!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 313 MB
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  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Shattered Minds: Encore 3.4 5 57 57
Unique puzzles, weird inventory items, goofy story - Awesome So this nutty magician is running around stealing famous monuments and I, world renowned detective, must stop him! Fortunately I have a potato, a cat puppet, some random bits of paper, and a chair leg... Finally, a game with inventory items that don't have an obvious use! Plus some original puzzles, some very nice reworking of older mini-games, interactive H0 scenes, a story that is ridiculous but amusing, and great art. Each chapter has its own area so there isn't too much running around. Voice overs are well done. Cons: Some of the inventory items need precise clicking. Because it's not always obvious which item to use, this can be frustrating. This game is a little short, it took me about 4 hours with no hints or walkthough. Even on hardcover, there are black bar hints, but it's possible to ignore them. The last chapter had the best puzzles but the rest was a bit sloppy. No interactive map. July 10, 2012
Excellent Game Ten times better than Masquerade, the first game in this series!! It even had an ending, instead of coming to a screeching halt like a lot of SEs. Logical game play, and each chapter is complete in itself -- once you finish a chapter, there is no going back to the locations in a previous one. The only (very small) negative for me was that I prefer the pointing arrow kind of hint instead of it just telling you "nothing to do here." But because each chapter was self-limiting, you really couldn't get lost, so not a big deal. I thought the shattered screen style of hint in the HOS was cool. I definitely recommend this game. July 3, 2013
Retro game was all fun Seeing in 2014 that this game was available for a DD I couldn't remember having played this game but I did own it so replayed it. A very enjoyable morning playing this retro game. Hidden object scenes didn't have a misclick penalty which I appreciated especially since I'm no longer a fan of standard slightly interactive lists. The gameplay was great with some quirky parts. Seemed to be a very good length for a SE, too. Now I'm going to go see if I have another Shattered Minds game to replay. (oh and I didn't even realize I HAD a map until the very end in my journal... don't know when I picked that up but didn't really need it since I enjoyed the backtracking) November 14, 2014
Inventive fun This is a bit weird at first (some of the uses need thinking a bit) but the setting is beautiful and unusual - same goes for the HOS, and it flows nicely without backtracking. Story is quite original, and has a decent ending. July 8, 2014
Excellent Paris adventure. Great storyline: as a detective, you are called to Paris to stop Damian LeStrange, a demented magician who is making monuments disappear, and his next target is the Eiffel Tower. Good VOS, great graphics. HOS interactive and clear. Puzzles are fun, with a short skip button. Hint for all areas. Nice music. LeStrange disappears, which bodes for another chapter, hopefully. Not a really long game, only 4 hours on casual play, but very enjoyable. August 2, 2012
Excellent One of the best things about this game is the sheer number of locations. I've seen some games present you with a small number of locations and you feel boxed in. Not here, there are dozens of locations and each of them has several nooks n crannies to explore making it for a very cozy experience. The storyline is interesting as it revolves around chasing a magician around Paris. Pretty cool. The story book attempts to explain his backstory so you get some information, but not all, so it leaves you in mystery unresolved. The length of the game was good, the puzzles were perfect, not too difficult but with a couple of unique ones thrown in. And extra bonus points for no missed click punishments! I would love to see more from this developer. Great stuff! May 23, 2013
a fun sometimes challenging game I love these games and this one did not dissapoint. like so many could have used a map - I got lost at times but the story line is fun, not too scary or gruesome but fun. save the eiffle tower and play with clowns. It is nice to have games that are not all scary and gruesome. I don't use sound so can't rate that and I bought the SE not the CE. found it enjoyable and I recommend this game. December 14, 2012
The Best Hidden Object Game I Have Ever Played. This Is The Most Funest Hidden Object Game I Have Ever Played In My Entiter Life Of Playing Other. Hidden Object Games. July 2, 2012
Gorgeous graphics!!!! Enjoyed this game, well worth the discount,still worth full price though, as it was a great game to play.A good game worthy of ce for the graphics alone and quite long with lots of hobs and puzzles. Gorgeous graphics and very well done by the Devs who put this together.Hope there's a follow up. Loved all of it!!!!!!. January 12, 2013
In fact, it is not the best but I liked ! The game is well developed, with an interesting story - monuments are disappearing, and Damien LeStrange - the world greatest magician - made that. The graphics are very good, the music is appropriate, has good VO. It has map and journal. HOS with good visibility, not really interactive (just open luggage to find something, for example).Mini games are the usual, but fun. Does not bring much new, but it's well done, colorful, with plenty to do and many places to explore. A unpretentious game , not very challenging, but relaxing and entertaining. July 1, 2012
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