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Eipix Entertainment presents an exciting new series in Vermillion Watch: Moorgate Accord!

What starts as an ordinary meeting with your uncle and his friend quickly takes a dark turn when a massive creature of unknown origin attacks! Delve into your family history to uncover a secret accord between the forces of good and evil. Can you stop the monster terrorizing the streets of London before it's too late, or will you be its next victim? Find out in this gripping hidden-object puzzle adventure!

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  • OS: 10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 766 MB

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Vermillion Watch: Moorgate Accord 4.4 5 14 14
ENCOUNTER SOME INFAMOUS CHARACTERS IN THIS NEW SERIES From the most awesome development team associated with BFG there is finally a new series. YES, I know you can?t believe it either but after endless sequels we have a team who is firmly grasping the reins to create an incredible new game - Vermillion Watch: Moorgate Accord. Take a step back to late Victorian England in this fascinating steampunk game where you will meet some famous characters from literature. The year is 1895 and your uncle as been killed by a grotesque monster that might just be the renowned criminal Mr. Hyde. When you meet one of your uncle?s associates ? Phileas Fogg, he wonders if possibly Dr. Hyde might somehow have survived the execution of Dr. Jekyll some 20 years earlier. As you talk with Phileas you learn about the Moorgate Accord and your uncle?s role in the organization. Could it be that the mantle has now fallen on your shoulders and you must now follow your uncle as a member of the Vermillion Watch? Vermillion Watch has the excellent graphics this team is known for creating in their games. Sometimes a bit dark but at other times with the richness associated with Victorian England. The game offers all of the technical quality I have come to expect from this development team. The voiceovers are excellent and do justice to the game?s locale. There is a custom mode so you can set the gameplay to your specification. The HOPS are very creative with some being multi-tiered. Although the HOPS are well-designed, there isn?t really anything new. I know that most of us who have been playing HOPA games for a very long time, seem to want something new and different all of the time but, realistically, there isn?t much that hasn?t been done in the past. The best part is that each developer puts their own spin on the scenes so some are much better than others in this particular genre. Yes, the HOPS do contain those oftentimes elusive morphing objects so keep your eyes open. The mini-games are standard with some being a bit tricky. Once again, there is nothing new or earth shaking but they fun with a touch of challenge. The storyline is interesting but the game does get off to a slow start. At least we have a different type of storyline and some very interesting characters for a change from the evil witches bent on reincarnating and taking over the world. The game is one that I found intriguing and enjoyable without all of the violence in some recent games. Some of the scenes are a bit grubby and dark but those are offset by others depicting the richness of Victorian England. Even though Vermillion Watch is a game I love, as always, I recommend that you at least try the demo to see if this is a game you will like. July 22, 2016
Henry Jekyll's Formula Lives On Monsters have taken over the streets of London once again, and your Uncle Ernest Hawkes has just bestowed upon you a family heirloom of epic proportions. Just before he passes away, he explains that the Moorgate Accord treaty between good and evil has been broken. and unbeknownst to you, was a member of the Vermillion Watch. The Watch is a secret clandestine organization dedicated to protect Queen and country, by keeping evil at bay. Together with the help of his good friend and fellow member Phileas Fogg, you must reactivate the Vermillion Watch that was disbanded 20 years ago after they signed a treaty with an undisclosed organization, called the Moorgate Accord. I love this new series, which seems to be a blend of two of my favorite series, Hidden Expedition and New York Mysteries! The graphics are incredible, the plot is fresh, there's plenty of action and enough mystery to keep you on the edge of your computer chair! Many of the scenes have panning abilities that allow you to pan the screen to the left or right and even up and down. In the Collector's Edition version, each scene has a Hidden Sign to discover and there are plenty of Achievements to earn, as well as a built in Strategy Guide and the usual wallpapers etc. The Collector's Edition also has a Morphing Object available within the Hidden Object Scenes. I really wish they were available in the main game itself, this would be the perfect game to offer a non-linear type of morph where the item doesn't morph the first time you visit the scene. The Hidden Object Scenes are very well done, some of which have unusual features or take place in out of the ordinary scenes. There are Interactive List Finds, Multiple Listed item finds, Silhouetted Shape finds and even Silhouetted Shape finds in Multiples where you must find several of the same type of items to fill up the Silhouette shape. I liked the HOP where you are tasked with finding 6 of each building that is being described to you, on a map. There are also several smaller zoom zone Hidden Object Puzzles, and as I mentioned earlier, each of the main HOP's have a morphing Object to discover, but only in the CE. The Mini Games are creative, some newer some older, some super easy, others a bit frustrating. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo, and a few that are offered in the main game, which has a total of 5 chapters plus a BC: 1) Move all tokens onto the green circle by selecting red highlighted areas to move to, moving some tokens affect others. 2) Click on each watch pin to match the Roman Numeral with a symbol to figure out a coded lock. 3) Turn all of the tiles into fuses by selecting the tile with the red button and dragging the tile over others to flip them within 2 moves, repeat process with the second board as well. 4) Arrange dice in the same order as the barrels shown in an earlier clue discovery. 5) Slide tokens along the paths and into their matching symbol slot. 6) Experiment with the equipment parts then use the blueprints to repair the broken protocol. 7) Use codes you found to set the correct numbers to the correct shapes. 8) Choose the right star clusters to assemble the constellations. 9) Match the number on the dial to turn on the elevator. Select numbers on both sides of the dials until the totals are the same. The Collector's Edition has 15 replayable HOP's, 20 replayable Puzzles, 9 Concept Art pictures, 9 Wallpapers, 9 Developer's Diary photos, 5 Music Soundtracks, a Souvenir Room, 15 Achievements, Morphing Object within the HOP's, Characters room, 16 Videos, 44 Hidden Signs, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Adventure, enjoy! July 22, 2016
Loved it I really did love this game, bags of fun, fantastic graphics, entertaining and different storyline which stretches the bounds of credulity but who cares when you're enjoying yourself. It wasn't overloaded with HOs and, to be honest, they weren't particularly original but they served their purpose well enough. The puzzles range from the dead simple to the "let's have a look at the strategy guide" with most being enjoyable. There are quite a few cut scenes but you can click to process them quickly which is a feature I always appreciate. There were a couple of gripes from pedantic me, for example, one character, with a passable English accent told me to pull the "levver" instead of lever but I loved the game that much that I forgave her. I got the CE which I would recommend over the SE but I'm sure you'd enjoy either. It's worth giving it a try at least. July 22, 2016
GREAT STORYLINE-CAN'T WAIT TO SEE HOW IT ENDS Eipix never disappoints and this game is filled with action the moment you begin. I played the demo and now I can't wait to see how it ends. The game is challenging enough for me, but the storyline is what holds my interest in Hidden Object games. This is a good one, unpredictable, well-thought out, and exciting. Thanks for the fun. July 22, 2016
wow what can i say but wow what a fantastic game,i played the se of this game and i wish id bought the ce now. the game was very long for a se and very entertaining,puzzles were good,storyline great,i just loved everything about this game,id deffinatley recommend buying it July 28, 2016
Great game with some unique features! I don't often take the time to review games, but I heartily recommend this one following completion of the SE. I enjoyed the demo so much that I purchased the game 15 minutes in - and it's been a while since that happened! Vermillion Watch has an interesting storyline that kept my attention throughout. It also incorporates some interesting features such as allowing the player to select the order in which you complete segments of the game. The hidden object scenes were all one-time use and incorporated several different types. I'm not a puzzle fan, but they were also varied. Solid length - I played straight through and finished in about 5 1/2 hours (skipped a few puzzles, because puzzles). Good voice acting and appropriate music were the icing on the cake. Definitely worth a demo. September 3, 2016
EIPIX Does it Again I gave only 3 stars to the last EIPIX game I played, which is very unusual because they're my favorite developer. This game redeemed them. The graphics, music, mini-games, and the voiceovers (EIPIX has the best) were up to their usual standards. I really didn't want this game to be over. I think you'll like it. September 23, 2016
So much fun! Visuals are great, game play is awesome, and the storyline is fantastic! Can't wait for the next game in the series! September 6, 2016
Wow! This game blew me away! I play a lot of games and it was way more than I expected. Can't wait for more in this series! September 3, 2016
If you enjoy puzzles then this is the game for you Based on the SE, having completed the full game. I'm not one for leaving reviews but thought I'd leave a little something for this one. Story is good Cutscenes are really good and reminded me of a storybook in some ways, also felt that I was actually in the scenes. There was a lot of them, which I enjoyed immensely and didn't skip any (which I normally do). HOPs were easy, but did get harder near the end. (Hence challenge level 4 instead of 5) Puzzles: Some puzzles I hadn't seen before and a few were really hard to the point after spending an hour in some cases I used the skip button (which I very rarely do) I will definitely play this one again! I really enjoyed this game and would recommend for puzzle lovers who enjoy a bit of adventure If you don't like puzzles then this game is definitely NOT for you. August 29, 2016
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