Department 42: The Mystery of the Nine
The graphics look ok but finding some objects is rather frustrating. You have to click exactly right on the object else it doesn't find it- with larger objects this is ok but with smaller and thin ones, it just gets annoying.
Storyline is a bit weak in my opinion and instructions are ambiguous on occasion.
All in all, it could have been much better so I cannot recommend this game.
May 8, 2012
Could be an interesting game if player wasn't left hanging so much.
June 15, 2012
This is based on the demo and wasn't impressed.
The hidden object scenes were so blurry and the objects themselves were so hard to find because they were tiny.
I won't be buying.
September 20, 2012
Not even worth 2.99
This was a very slow game,and HO were very small and blended into the background too much. Even when I clicked on a HO,it had to be clicked on a certain spot to get it. The hint meter took FOREVER to load. The graphics are not the best. When you compare this to Black Isle, Ravenheart series,you would see the quality of the graphics and hidden object scenes. I should have played the trial version before buying it.
May 14, 2012
HO are way too hidden, Although you would click on the discovered hidden object, nothing would happen unless clicked on a very specific spot on object. Clicked on hint button a few times when this occurred only to have the hint button take forever to reset. Similar items noted in HOS. Began to not be relaxing. Like a thinking challenge but not a challenge with clicking on objects.
July 28, 2012
Can't seem to figure this out
This game came up as a bonus buy for $3.99, so you don't have enough time to play first before choosing to buy, and I should have passed on this one.
It's hard to find objects, but then some of the things to do, just don't work. I'm in the werewolf den and I can't go forward.
The help keeps telling me the same thing over and over.
Not worth it.
October 5, 2012