Victorian Mysteries: Woman in White
Liked Immediately!! Purchased Immediately!!
Without re-hashing other well-worded and articulate positive reviews, I purchased this well-crafted game with one of BFG's awesome "earned" credits within minutes of gameplay!!
It's one of those games I liked immediately. The game moves quickly, storyline attracted my attention with a haunting and foreboding atmosphere, enjoyable, non-invasive background music, "snappy" HO sound effects when finding an item that keeps me alert.
Maybe the best is multiple items are stored into inventory to use and completing just one HO scene. Objects are found with relative ease and used quickly. Definitely a great game!
Mama Mia hugs and kisses to BFG for making it possible that we members can earn free game credits to purchase high quality games!!
Enjoy! -Mama Mia-
September 6, 2012
The graphics and storyline were amazing! I love it! I like games with some challenge but not that make me get upset if I cannot make the puzzles or find the objects.
December 15, 2011
Who is the Woman in White?
Graphics and music are excellent - serves the time period very well. The object scences are well stocked, but not too difficult to locate items. You are basicly on your own in locating items in order to complete your tasks. You must search each room throughly or you might miss something important. "Keys" are the key in order to have access to the rooms in searching for items. Very awesome game, but kinda "eerie" yet not too disturbing. Oh, yeah, you find the loop-de-loop cursor in alot of games. "I like this game" and the parrot said "Thank you!"
June 2, 2012
Great story, but very short
Although this game is pretty short its very addicting since i played this game more than 3 times ( easy to me ). You'll love this game
July 25, 2012
FANTASTIC STORY FUN HOPA
LOVE THIS GAME
The Story is Wonderful
The game play is Great
Not a fan of the HOS
but the game is so Good i can overlook them
To me this game is worth every penny of 8-10 bucks
November 5, 2014
The Woman in White
As with most games now it seems that designers have jumped on the bandwagon as far as the opening scenes go i.e a stormy night. I played the game in casual mode and found that the hint and skip system filled at a moderate speed, though there is not much need to use them during game play. There is not much tooing and froing as the game seems to be seperated into the different areas. The HOS were pretty clear though i found that some of the objects were a little too small so i had to use a hint on a few occasions(considering i also wear glasses too). There dont seem to be many puzzles at all through the game but the ones they do have are not too difficult and also vary. The storyline itself is consistent all the way through and the plot unravels quite nicely at the end as the story is concluded.
April 2, 2012
Great storyline, loved the music too but the HOS were a bit frustrating because they're not the best graphics by a long shot! And not very long play for the price, took me 1hr and 20mins to complete!...i'd recommend buying this game in the sale, would be worth the price then i think.
February 13, 2012
A Story with a Game
This is one of those times when instead of it being a game, with some story attached, this was a story - with a game attached. The story takes front and center here - good news - as it is an interesting story with twists, turns, villians and heroes.
Music is fine, not distracting. Graphics are a bit simplistic and murky but fit the story/scene.
Puzzles are easy to medium and fit the story as well. HO Scenes are murky with many objects blending into the bleak background. The Hint recharges maddeningly slow (even on casual) and so a lot of time is spent clicking around the dark junkpile (the click takes a spin after the 5th wrong click).
Best use of the Journal I've seen in some time - showing the family tree. Also good, after the game is won, you can hit "Secrets" and go back and review the whole story and pick up any character or idea you missed.
I enjoyed the game and would play another in this series - however a little more clarity would definitely be easier on the eyes.
June 6, 2012
This was not a bad game. I liked it. The storyline was slow to get started and finding the objects were relatively simple to find. I particularly disliked the arrow with the hand or magnifying at the backside of the arrow and trying to decide if I had it in the right place. Following where to go next was nice and I also liked the "there is nothing left to do here" acknowledgement. I will probably buy it at some point in time.
April 20, 2012
engaging but not difficult
in this hidden object game, you are Walter Hartright, an artist who finds himself in the middle of a mystery after accepting a job in a Victorian mansion as a private art teacher. it seems that where ever Walter goes, an elusive "woman in white" inexplicably pops up. why? who is she?
graphics: not as nice as i'd like since small items were difficult to see. the mini-games and puzzles were interesting and required some thought but weren't super-challenging.
music: repetitious but not annoying.
my interaction: one hour demo mode, casual play (there's two modes).
the characters and the story are presented in such a quietly interesting way that i am now genuinely curious to know more about the woman in white and what her connection is to Walter -- and i am especially curious to how this game ends.
June 2, 2012