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The Great Gatsby: Secret Treasure

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The once glamorous Gatsby Mansion is now wrecked and seemingly deserted. Judy, a talented architect, is given her dream job when she is asked to restore it to its former beauty. Just as she is about to begin, Gatsby's criminal past intrudes and she finds herself caught up in a kidnapper's scheme to discover the notorious socialite's secret treasure. Immerse yourself in an adventure full of puzzles and hidden object scenes entwined with Gatsby’s devoted love and criminal dealings in The Great Gatsby: Secret Treasure!

  • Free Judy's friend from a kidnapper's grasp
  • Find the whereabouts of a lost treasure
  • Solve cryptic puzzles and uncover a dark past
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 694 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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The Great Gatsby: Secret Treasure 3.2 5 30 30
Intriguing Story! I have a confession to make, I never read The Great Gatsby, but after this game I just might! Admittedly this game doesn't have great graphics and it does have a few glitches, BUT, the story is captivating and there are several mini games with out of the box thinking. Turns out that I changed professions, I'm an architect assigned to restore Gatsby's Mansion, but my detective skills come in handy when my best friend Amy is kidnapped by a ghost (no, not of Christmas Past) of Gatsby's past! The HOS tend to be on the hard side because they are on the dark side and items are somewhat small. The mini games are where the out of the box thinking come into play. One I thought was kind of cool was trying to figure out which waiter has a chess piece after several zoom around the room. You can see what the past was like when the pocket watch opens, you will see the room transform from ruins to riches in seconds. The map shows you where actions are available but does not transport you there. I am going to use a credit just to find out the whole story, enjoy! December 25, 2013
Great Adventure-Hidden Object Detective Game Great fun(Judged from Free-to play 1hr)! Playing the extra couple side tasks applied here & there was great. Good Map - but still had to walk the walk to get to the next work place(No Jumping short cuts) Good help if stuck. Good story line and conversations through-out this adventure and I'm looking forward to finishing this one now that I've purchased it! December 25, 2013
What Happened to the Great Gatsby? Fantastic aftermath spin from "The Great Gatsby," one of my favorites--a Roaring Twenties story, redone in game form with interesting twists and turns. Although game is a bit slower than some of our latest razzle dazzle CE collections, I was impressed with the interesting story line and gameplay extras--Diary that shows Materials and Objects; a Token which reveals the splendor of times past and car keys for location travel. Awesome! Also some clever mini-games and time-appropriate hidden object scenes spice up gameplay. All in all, a well done spinoff to the late, great American Author F. Scott Fitzgerald's Classic tale, "The Great Gatsby". A definite buy for this BFG game lover! Enjoy! -Mama Mia- December 25, 2013
Great cliffhanger You have a chance to redo Gatsby mansion, but you find out your friend has been kidnapped. The kidnapper want a treasure that is supposed to be in the mansion. You are on a hunt to find clues to the whereabouts of the treasure,and you also find out about Gatsby affair with Daisy. Lot of hog scenes and a lot of puzzles to do. The more clues you find you want to keep going. Very nice graphics and nice story line this game is a keeper. December 25, 2013
The best Great Gatsby game adaptation! I loved everything about this game. GREAT graphics and story line. This game was so clear and fresh. I was able to sit down after a long day of work and just "enjoy" playing. It was also creepy in some scenes when something you werent expecting happens. Great job! January 2, 2014
Pleasantly Surprised I actually enjoyed this game and I was not too sure I would. It is a little "low tech" than some of the other games out there but I think that is what I liked. It turned out to be a detective story surrounding the Great Gatsby. Reminded me of a film noir. I wish the map was interactive but other than that it was quite a little find and I am glad I discovered this game. January 1, 2014
BETTER THAN FITZGERALD'S BOOK! Liked this game so much. The Art Deco furniture and designs in all the rooms, including the ruined mansion, were beautiful. There were clever and different types of puzzles and the HOS were not as boring as other games. I read a lot and love the classics but found this game to be better than the original book! Looking forward to future games by this developer. December 26, 2013
Not any more bored by hidden object games... I've played many hidden object games and thought I've had enough.. but this game is a bit different - HAS a storyline, is NOT ONLY hidden objects - there is more. Not only hidden places, which you have to find to see more hidden objects ;) There are some puzzles, things to find out. It is just something more than just hidden object easy game. I love the story, also added Gatsby-time scenes - so you may feel like being a part of that times. And IMO the graphics is very nice and makes the game worth playing. January 9, 2014
DESTRUCTED SPLENDOR SUMMARY: Lovely color palettes for a decayed mansion and old machinery; see the splendor flashbacks to Gatsby's days; pleasant voice overs need passion; and very well-done challenging HOS. Nice game, but it sometimes takes awhile for the frames to load, which can be frustrating, to lowered the rating. Good color palette - shows the destruction and decay of the Gatsby mansion without being overly drab and dreary (and it isn't dark - YEAH!) - even at night. Other developers might want to take notice. HOS were uncrowded but items were cleverly hidden - the good kind of HOS challenge. Objects were not too small. Not too many puzzles. You "drive" to new locations and keys appear when it's time to go somewhere else - you even hear the car. Voice overs are pleasant sounding, but the woman's voice is not always appropriate. When her roomie is taken hostage, her voice doesn't sound upset or surprised. It's in the same pleasant voice, as though she's reading a story without any passion. Took off a star because it doesn't put you "in the scene." Live that you can see her imagination with a special tool as she looks at something and "sees" what it must have been like in Gatsby's days as she renovates the mansion. December 25, 2013
Nearly, but not quite, Great Anything associated with The Great Gatsby attracts my interest (except the last movie) and this was no exception. In the opening cut scene, there is an "homage" to Dr. T.J Eckleburg from the novel. That was cool. And the story mentions other characters from the novel like Nick, Daisy and Wolfsheim (perhaps more as you progress since it seems intent on telling the love story of the novel as well as the mystery story within the game). The mystery story is, Where is Gatsby's treasure? You have to find it to save the life of your friend Amy, who was mysteriously kidnapped by person unknown in order to force you (an architect assigned to restore the mansion) to locate the treasure. Ok, it is not the "greatest" story (pun!) but if you are into Gatsby, the atmosphere of the game is good enough to continue playing. There are quite a few hidden object scenes and they are a higher difficulty than we usually see, and fewer mini-games, which are fairly easy. Since you are in a dilapidated old mansion and grounds, the scenes are dark and cluttered which adds to the difficulty, but not unfairly so (in my opinion). There is also an adventure game-like feel as it is not always clear where to go, what to do, and this requires some exploration. There are many sound effects which, while realistic, seemed over the top at times, a little too much creaking, squeaking and clattering for my taste. Also there are a lot of locked doors (as expected), but WHY OH WHY do we have to also click ON the keys to turn them? Annoying. Voice overs were just OK, I thought the main character Judy, and the voice of Daisy's daughter were seemingly done by the same person - which could pass if not for the fact that they were having a conversation with each other. The mouse cursor was very sensitive to clicking in the exact spot necessary. Many times I was using the correct object in the correct scene but apparently was not clicking in the correct spot for the desired action. There was a brief lag when traveling between scenes, just long enough to notice but not long enough to be annoying. Having said all that, I liked the game and will probably purchase, despite the flaws. If you are not into Gatsby, this game will not seem that great (pun again!) but if you are, I recommend it. December 25, 2013
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