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From Blam! Games, creators of Punished Talents: Seven Muses and the European Mystery series.

You and your fellow scientist colleagues are gathered in a remote European castle to compete for the most prestigious scientific award, the Pride of Humanity. But things quickly go awry when one of the contestants suddenly falls suspiciously ill. Now you find yourself cut off from the world and in a race against time to track down a potential murderer. Explore the deepest corners of the castle as you uncover clues and conspiracies in this thrilling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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  • OS: 10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 873 MB

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Punished Talents: Stolen Awards 4 5 14 14
5***** Finally! I really enjoyed this game. It's a wonderful Mystery game with lots of things to look for and solve! It?s really nice to see that Blam Games kept true to the scientific nature of the game and most of the mini-games you will have to solve during the game are science related. A big plus for me! Visually, the game is absolutely spectacular and the screenshots that you see up above bring no justice to the real deal. The graphics are crisp, beautiful, realistic and extremely nice to the eye. The scientists are well portrayed and it all looks absolutely amazing , voice overs were very well done too! It moved in a perfect logical manner which is something that's always important to me, I hate when things make zero sense. This is one of the best and most fun games I've played in a long time. I highly recommend this game. April 3, 2016
WHO WILL WIN THE COVETED PRIDE OF HUMANITY AWARD When Punished Talents Stolen Awards was released in the CE version I was going through a rather ho-hum stage with HOPA games and because I found the last game in the series one of the worst ever published, I didn?t take the time to write a review. A couple of weeks after the game was released I finally got around to playing it and found it to be a game that I thoroughly enjoyed. I found the gameplay interesting and the storyline, although it was loosely based on one from a famous author, was nevertheless well done and kept the momentum in the game going as I worked to save those who were being eliminated from the field of competition for the coveted Pride of Humanity Award. To make the game a bit more exciting, you are in the midst of a huge storm that knocks out the only bridge to the old castle hotel where the competition is being held. Can you follow the clues, save those being targeted, and stop the villain in his or her path? The HOPS are a mostly the list type but I am quite fond of that style. The items to find were for the most part quite visible but some were a bit difficult to find. There was some interaction required with a few of the items but I still enjoyed each HOP that I found in the game. The puzzles were easy and that continued throughout the game. Even though they were not overly challenging, I enjoyed solving each one. In the end, I really enjoyed the game. No it is not one of the best games I have played but I still believe it is a decent five-star game with a great storyline and excellent gameplay. Even though I really enjoyed the game, please try the demo to see if it is a game you will enjoy. April 3, 2016
a really good game but.......... there is a custom level and an interactive map. i liked the story and the mini games even though i couldn't finish most of them. the hint system is good. who will get the coveted award. solve the game and you may find out. another one....i figure there will be. this one was kind of short. June 1, 2016
Glad I'm a Dummy This is posted after playing the entire game. This was a cute, fun game. I enjoyed it more than most I've played here lately, because it wasn't about witches, ghosts and other supernatural beings. Just a good old fashion who dun it. Graphics were well done. Colors were natural and not dark with purples and pinks all over the screen. Music was pleasant and went along with the action in the scene. Voice overs were pretty well done, although the lip sink didn't always go with what was being said, but that is minor. This is my type of challenge. I hate mini games, but I found the majority of these well within my patience level and I did do most of them. Hidden object scenes were rather simple. There were lists and a few silhouettes, which I don't really care for, but these were well done. The mixture between hidden objects and minis were just about right for me. There is an interactive map which transports and does show you where there are things to do. I did have a little difficulty with the map. I couldn't always tell what things were. It is a different type of map and the colors showing various areas were hard to make out. I chose the custom level of difficulty for the quick charging hint and skip buttons, but there are five, I believe, from which to chose. The story was well put together. I want to play this again to see what I missed, because somewhere along the line I missed why the folks were being murdered or hurt. I played this in several settings, because I had other things to do, so that may very well be the reason. The continuity was extremely good. Don't know that this game would be for hardcore gamers, but for people like me who just like a relaxing time doing mindless chores this is for you. Give the demo a try and I think you'll enjoy it too. April 7, 2016
Recommend, but........................... Really good idea for the storyline, but I managed to play the entire game in 1 day! April 4, 2016
Not bad. Well done. A little bit short. My rating is based on playing the entire SE. It meets most of my own requirements. - Story: A criminal story. You are in a castle at a competition for the most prestigious scientific award? A storm is coming up, the landslide is cut off completely and the street destroyed. You?re on your own and you?re asked for help. Somebody tries to murder all participants and is using a variety of a children song ?Ten little ??. - Difficulty can be fully customized. Tutorial, sparkles, map issues, glitter, contextual pointer, plus item indicator, helping texts, penalty and hint / skip recharge. - Graphics/locations: Very dark, according to the environment. Usually you have about 5 locations to investigate. Thus, there is not too much back and forth. - Music: I liked the music, decent - Tools: you have an interactive map, nothing else. - HO?s: Different types such as descriptions, silhouettes, morphing objects. Slightly interactive. Partly a little bit dark. You can?t switch to another mode. - Mini games: Nicely done. Different types, some were easy, some you have to think about. One was a kind of ?little? mega puzzle. This was nice, but could have been more. - Adventure part: Very logical tasks. Even the whereabouts were mostly logical, that was a nice surprise. Playing w/o helping texts was the right choice, it was not too obvious, but manageable. Otherwise it might be too easy. - Nice ideas: a winking crab is going for fish. Interesting how to make a paddle, would that really work? Dislikes: - Length: I needed about 3 1/4 hours for completing. June 8, 2016
A Day's Work Great artwork and musical score. Finished game quickly not because it's all that short, rather, I skipped parts which is very unlike me. Puzzles were challenging. Hidden objects were creative and time era appropriate. A lot of back and forth with picking up items from soup to nuts. Storyline had no mystery--no intrigue--for a whodunit, however, the game was very well presented. Developers worked hard to bring this game about. Maybe today wasn't my day. Enjoy! -Mama Mia- April 11, 2016
Easy puzzles graphics ok. Puzzles are easy enough especially for less experience yet fun. April 17, 2016
Quick game I finished this in an afternoon. I wasn't expecting it to be such a quick game. Puzzles were pretty easy. Play hardcore level. April 9, 2016
. Short and a lot of back and forth with inventory items. All in all I enjoyed it. 2016 October 20, 2016
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