Snark Busters: High Society

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Investigate the dastardly deeds of a wealthy socialite and prove your fiance is not a thief in Snark Busters: High Society! Love, envy and revenge join forces to make the hunt for the Snark more exciting than ever in this all-new hidden object adventure! Solve riddles that reveal pieces of the larger puzzle, follow the trail of clues through mirrors into the backward world and chat with charming ghosts. Can you catch the Snark? You're closer than ever!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.8/10.7/10.6/10.5
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 654 MB
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Snark Busters: High Society 3.7 5 90 90
Huh ????? A most confusing game. I couldn't figure out where the story was going. There was no concrete objective to the story. Someone is accused of stealing a locket and his wife? has to try and clear his name, I think. There was a lot of talking but I didn't seem to get the point. It starts out with a newscaster on TV talking about someone getting married and a darkroom with photographs you must develop. From here you move to a house with a floating garden and I've no idea the correlation to the first scene. There is a lady who seems to be the villianess and a well-dressed ghost. The action part of the game is fine. There are areas that you have to find 5-6 items for to complete and when you're done with them all an arrow appears for the next scene. The pieces are hidden around the scene and I guess these become the HO scenes for this game. There is a puzzle among the areas you're finding objects for. The artwork is crisp and colorful and things are not impossible to find. The music is so-so; neither obnoxious nor wonderful. I know there are a couple of other Snark Buster games out there but I've never played them so I don't know how this one compares. I didn't care too much for this game; it left me feeling confused and slightly stupid, but it's definitely worth trying the demo. It could be your cup of tea. May 23, 2012
"3" Is Not A Charm Snark Busters: High Society falls short of the fun, entertainment and challenge of the first two versions. Gone is the upbeat, adventurous chase after the ever elusive Snark. Instead, a rather ridiculous & disorganized "mystery" storyline takes you back and forth throughout the game without rhyme or reason. Adding to the letdown, out-of-sync voices have been added to the characters, and the audible dialogue (as well as conversation bubbles) drag out over scenes. It gets annoying when they repeatedly interfere with gameplay. There are a few other aspects which we felt took away from the usual fun and uniqueness, too, unfortunately. SB:High Society just didn't quite meet our expectations. In the end, we were left feeling a bit deflated and disappointed. Overall, although the game was okay, it is not something we would want to play over again any time soon. November 9, 2014
Not as much fun as the original This is an ok game on its own merits but disappointing when compared to the first 2 episodes. The music was boring and the character dull. The addition of voice acting was not an improvement. The story line was odd - the game ended right when the snark hunting would have begun. Seemed more like a side quest set in the same universe as the other snark games. September 2, 2012
Hidden Object Game This game started out nicely but mid-way through, I became bored and decided not to finish the game. There were some areas of the game that I enjoyed, but overall this is not one of my favorite games. The scenery and music is nice and the graphics and storyline is good. August 31, 2012
One big dfault there is no skip button for the minigame Snark buster 3 seems to be a wonderful sequel but BIG default no skip button for minigame.... you can get stuck a anytime if the mini game is to difficult for you. That's a shame... July 30, 2012
Something of a Disappointment My title might be a bit harsh, so let me explain. As a stand-alone game, this was just fine, and perfectly playable. Cute plot, funky scenes, and a good premise (using photos to jump from one plot-segment to the next so there's never too many scenes to explore at a time.# However, as a snark, it didn't match my expectations. For one thing, you're not looking for the snark - you're looking to free your fiance from trouble, a deed so difficult you'll get invited to look for the snark. Gameplay didn't match up either. Rather than the funky FROG we're used to, this game took the aspect of 'unlockable' objects, something I'd seen only once before - several objects within the scene open a wheel of silhouettes, and you must find those objecys in order to use the locked on. However, the other game I played allowed you to see the silhouette wheels for all active unlockables. Snark does not, which means either random clicking #for which there's a penalty# or constantly going back and re-opening wheels to remind yourself what you're looking for. I didn't mind too much at first, but it became peevesome when I started looking for objects that I'd forgotten I'd already found. Aside from that one big issue, though, it's a good play. It's just not a Snark game per se. I'm clicking recommend, but take it with a dose of salt. Check out the demo first. If those object wheels tick you off during the first hour, then nothing will be worth muddling through. If they don't bother you, then play on for an adorable plot and some just vengeance on a spoiled wannabe princess. June 11, 2012
A Snark lover I have to say that after the first 2 Snarkbusters I was champing at the bit to get the third. I was a little dissappointed as there was something missing from this one. It just did not have the same excitement factor of the first 2. The creators seemed to have run out of spark! I hope they bring out another but bring back the sparkle. This one was a bit pedestrian June 1, 2012
Sadly, a disappointment I absolutely adored Snark Buster 1 and 2. I had a credit and elected to purchase the game. It's so disappointing. 1. The snappy music is gone, replaced by something between elevator music and a dirge. 2. The characters in the first games were "naughty" in a very harmless way, but contributed to the fun and to the story line. Instead, we have a sappy heroine who isn't even as interesting to look at. 3. The logic of the game in the first two episodes--travelling through the mirrors to backward worlds is almost completely lost here. In addition to the logic, the excitement of discovering those backward worlds is also absent. 4. One never has a clear idea what one is searching for, or precisely why. In the first two games, the missing pieces one needed were shown at the botttom. Now we have rings--a la Treasure seekers-- and the magic/cleverness that occured in the first two games--sort of like Rube Goldberg inventions and steampunk machinery--is entirely absent. 5. No voice overs in the first games and not missed at all. Much better than this dull dialogue with unimpressive acting. One example: we never heard the newswoman, Jessica speak, and didn't need to. 6. In the first two games, one could not wait to get to the next world, because it was all so fresh and so original. All of that excitement is utterly gone. 7. The humor, perkiness and the kick of both previous games is non-existent, alas. I find this so tedious, that after having puchased the game on the strength of the first two episodes --which are wonderful-- I cannot even play through the chapter following the demo. If I could get a refund, I would. But this not the fault of Big Fish. The developer--and perhaps different creative teams were involved with this project as opposed to those who worked on Snark I and II--seems not to have understood what worked the first two times and what was indispensable and what should have been kept and not jettisoned like flotsam. For those who don't know Snark Buster I and II--highly original and delightful games--try those. For those who loved the first two Snark Buster games, I suspect this might be a pass. May 23, 2012
So disappointing! I am such a Snark Busters fan, but this did not stand up with parts 1 & 2. What happened to the great soundtracks? What happened to the adventure? What happened to the Snark? This game could've been a game on it's own, shouldn't have been part of the Snark Busters series. And, they got a little lazy in the making... somethings just didn't make sense at all and couldn't be figured out without the hint button and some scenes jumped too quickly. I think they got in a hurry with this game and it didn't feel like Snark Busters at all! Make it up to us, make a really good part 4! July 5, 2014
A disappointment I love the first two Snark Buster games, and was really excited when I saw that there was another one out. Unfortunately, this one was a complete flop for me. The first two Snark Buster's are FROGs (fragmented object games), and they are two of the best in the genre, imo. This game has a completely different play style. You find whole objects, and have to fit them together in pop up wheels to put together an item (I know there's a name for this style, but I can't remember it). I don't like that style of game, and found this one to be clunky and laggy, as well. The graphics are stunning, and follow the steampunk-y theme of the first two. The voice acting is surprisingly good, but the mouths don't even come close to matching the words, which is horribly annoying. Finally, the story was boring. Within 15 minutes, I was completely through with it. There was no sass to the main character like there was in the first two, and the feel of it was completely different from them. All in all, I was hugely disappointed by this game. If I hadn't been so excited to play it, I wouldn't have cared as much, but I had such high expectations. I don't understand why the developers veered so far from the gaming style of the first two in the series, but I hope they get back to the original style. November 11, 2012
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