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Letters from Nowhere

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$ 9.99 USD

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Help Audrey find her missing husband! After disappearing mysteriously, the only clue left behind are the Letters from Nowhere! Dramatic and captivating story, heaps of mysterious letters, tons of Hidden Objects and much more await you in this captivating game. Meet eccentric characters, explore enigmatic locations, and find important clues in Letters from Nowhere!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 154 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Letters from Nowhere 3.7 5 23 23
Not for me This game could be interesting, but don't have the time to look for all the really tiny things in the hidden item areas. Doesn't allow you to move fast enough to make the game interesting. Did not even finish the trial hour before deleting it. December 31, 2011
Inconsistent and more work than fun I hate to trash the game but it was so up and down that I took two weeks to force myself to finish it. It has a sequel that I will never purchase. The plot is extremely weak and the HOS scenes range from very bright to very dark. In fact some scenes were so dark that I was relegated to randomly clicking in the dark corners until something lit up indicating I had found an item. Then I would quickly look down at the list to see what it was I had found, since I had never seen it. At least two HOS scenes wore out my finger as I rapidly clicked some 80 to 100 times in the dark areas hoping to hit something. Even when I used a clue I could see nothing there. Just click randomly. Pitiful HOS and more like work than fun. And then the next HOS would be bright and clear and fun again. The good HOS scenes were good and the bad were awful. Some of the clues were not very descriptive, either. Death Cap was paired with a picture of the red Amanita muscaria, the Fly Agaric. Close but still a stretch. The true Death Cap is Amanita phalloides, which is pale green to white and not red. Several clues were riddles like this one and some were equally obtuse. Mouse trap was paired with a cat. OK, but still a stretch. Many of the hardest to fathom were the objects where something had to be moved to join another item and the logic simply was not there. Why did that go there? I stopped caring. On balance, the puzzles were mainly good. Most were inside the HOS scenes. Different. Generally the puzzles had no guidance; you had to figure out what to do on your own. January 3, 2012
Very frustrating! This was a good game and I would have bought it - but in the 2nd level - there was a target that had to be combined with another hidden item. The hint button just kept showing me the target so I was stuck! Very frustrating! Could not progress beyond this point. December 26, 2011
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