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Eipix Entertainment is back with another thrilling case for the Vermillion Watch!

Someone’s been stealing rare antiques! As you begin your investigation, you quickly find that there’s something much larger at play than just petty theft. It’s time to team up with new friends and catch the culprits terrorizing London! Do you have what it takes to save the city in time? Find out in this gripping hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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Vermillion Watch: Order Zero is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I loved this game! I thought this game was very good. I don't understand the low ratings. I thoroughly enjoyed the zoo chapter. It was extremely compelling. It was different and unique, and took some thought to come up with. Kudos!!! I enjoyed the rest of the game too. It had enough challenge to keep me engaged, but not too much to frustrate me. I don't remember looking at the guide that much, but some parts did take a bit of thinking. I will definitely buy more in the series because of this installment.I have played about 80 of these games, and I thought this game was great!
Date published: 2017-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exquisite. An absolute gem of a game. It's a very long and challenging journey. Best game I've played in ages.
Date published: 2017-09-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Another fun game in the series Don't quite understand the very bad reviews of this game. It was quite fun. I especially enjoyed the zoo episode. Many of the moves were not what you would expect based on other games so it took a little effort to figure things out. The ending was definitely a surprise. I did not give it 5 stars because I thought some of the puzzles were a little strange and there was one that I could not ever activate. Thought I understood the directions but it would never operate. The OZ characters did not play quite as large a role as I expected but were fun.
Date published: 2017-09-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from IT'S LIKE THREE GAMES IN ONE One of the features I love about Vermillion Watch, is that they have different areas to investigate, and you can choose which areas or chapters you want to play in whatever sequence you choose. In Order Zero, The areas you'll investigate are the Zoological Garden, Ahab's Ship and the Museum, all of them are unique, and even though they are all part of the same investigation, it's like playing three different games! I also love the London factoids they give, when the game is loading, such as the fact that the Victorian London Postal Service ran deliveries 12 times a day! The graphics are really good, and the characters are very lifelike, this is a solid game throughout, one that actually peaks after the demo, in my opinion. Here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if any, is right for you: Vermillion Watch doesn't disappoint when it comes to graphics, this game has some of the best graphics I've ever seen! I knew the graphics were going to be good when the opening scene showed a close-up of the raven blinking. (reminds me of the 3 eyed raven from GOT) Far too often, the animals portrayed in these games have jilted movements, and walk without moving their limbs, as they glide across the ground. The Giant Schnauzer in this game actually moves realistically and even runs out of the room like an actual dog would at that pace. The only grief I have with this episode, is with the lame character names, based upon the Wizard of Oz. I get it, the game is all about the introduction of the American, Order Zero or OZ, team, but it seems to me, that this game loosely represents Jules Verne, the Father of Science Fiction, with Captain Nemo and Captain Ahab as characters, so why did they use characters from the Wizard of Oz? The Red Queen is at it again, always calling the shots from behind the scenes, always one step ahead of Young Hawkes (who will soon be referred to as Old Hawkes) and Phileas Fogg! During the last investigation, there was an unusual amount of robberies, and the Vermillion Watch has been asked to accompany Charles Marlow, the Verne museum curator, as he delivers an Egyptian treasure, a statue of Ra to its unveiling party hosted by the wealthy Lord Kingsbury. Hawkes discovers that the Watch isn't the only secret organization interested in this organized crime ring, when he meets Dorothy and her undercover cohorts, from the US. In the Collector's Edition version, there are 42 Hidden Stars (and eventually Ruby Boots and Souvenir Collectibles) The Hidden Object Scenes aren't all that creative, but I will give them kudos on the fact that they were able to stump me a few times, because some of the objects are either well hidden or cleverly blended into another object. There are Multiple finds of Objects pertaining to a Riddle, Keywords in Sentences, and Listed item finds. Also in the Collector's Edition version, most of the HOP's have a Morphing Object. I love Morphing Objects, but I hate it when the Morphs are only offered within the HOP's. One of my must have features in a game used to be Morphs, but lately I've had to give up on this feature because Morphs that are available in each scene, seem to be a thing of the past. If you love Morphs, and you love a challenge, you should try some of the earlier Dark Parables, which have non-linear Morphs that don't morph in the scene until it has been triggered by an action in a completely different scene, now that's creativity! Some of the Mini Games are awesome, but there are far too many Target games where you click when the target is in the green zone. (these are just too easy and not really fun) Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Select and rotate the rings to uncover the correct number of each symbol, as indicated on the clue. 2) Stop the moving circle when it turns a ring green. 3) Select and drag a continuous line between all of the dots without crossing over any flowers. 4) Stop the blue lines when they are on the artifact. 5) Create your disguise by selecting the correct mask pieces based on the photo. 6) Guide the token through the maze using directional arrows. The token will glow green the closer you get. VERMILLION WATCH GAMES AVAILABLE Title***Collector's Edition Release Date***Average Rating 1-Moorgate Accord (June 23-16) 3.8 2-Fleshbound (December 31-16) 3.7 3-Order Zero (August 5-17) 3.9 The Collector's Edition has 15 Achievements to earn, 9 Concept Art pictures, 9 Wallpapers, 9 Before and After Dev pictures, 13 replayable Movie Videos, 12 Music Soundtracks, 14 Morphing Objects within the HOP's, 14 replayable Hidden Object Scenes, Collectible item searches and a Souvenir Room, Collectible Ruby Boots, 31 replayable Mini Games, 42 Hidden Stars, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-09-03
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Clever concept but chaotic & unstructured in its game plan! Just completed this SE version and I must say EIPIX devs put in an astronomical amount of thought into this game, so much so that the strategy was a bit too confusing for me to the point where I skipped a few puzzles, which is unusual for me because of the lack of structure with some of them. There were tasks to complete that I found to be irrational. And that all the back n' forth business, though not unusual for us gamers, became frustrating at times, but, yet, exciting. I want to add that for the money you get a lot of bang for your buck! This was a very long game for an SE version, which somewhat played like a CE. I liked the game regardless of its flaws and yes, some glitches. I felt I was in a maze and wondered how I managed some of the complex tasks as I did. I guess that's because I've played enough games thus far that common sense took over. But what it feat it was!! The artwork was extremely complex. I didn't know what some of the objects actually were but I went along with their rationale somehow. The graphics were good for the most part but muddy. Again, the theory, science, rationale behind this game was amazing and confusing at the same time. Again, a very long game, so thank you Big Fish/EIPIX for that pleasure. Very intriguing story centering around Captain Nemo's adventures or misadventures, if you will!. I loved completing some of the tasks and helping out the animals. There were plenty things to do which were quite tedious. I don't those but the devs' thought pattern was a bit out of whack, at least in my opinion. What I noticed with this game was items you retrieved for completing a task was done at a distance--like using a key to open the door. I like to see my keys in the lock up close and personal, not from a distance. I guess that was part of the devs' method of making the game a bit more challenging. I don't know! Try the game, you may end up loving it! I do like these devs and will continue to buy their games.
Date published: 2017-10-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ack! Preview much better I love EipixGames. Truly. They are my favorites. But something happened between the trial and the purchased game that left me shaking my head. All of a sudden there are games that are not explained that take an amazing amount of time and the storyline seemed to fall apart,
Date published: 2017-09-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from One tough cookie... The structure and design of the Vermillion Watch games are incredible. I really like: the characters, the pretext of the group, how you can choose which direction to explore, how you can choose which people can help you with certain tasks. The graphics are superb. They storylines are usually wonderful. So what is the problem with this one? This particular storyline was confusing...even though I've played all of the other games. The game was not intuitive! I found it very difficult to determine what should be done to continue...and it took the fun away and replaced it with frustration. Even when I reluctantly pressed the Hint button for help...the actions just didn't make sense.
Date published: 2017-09-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not Quite a Zero, but Close This is posted after playing the complete game. I have all of the Vermillion Watch games and have really enjoyed them, until this one. It wasn't as much fun or engrossing as the others. While this seemed to be an extremely long game to me, it just wasn't as enjoyable as others. Graphics were well done and the sound, including voice overs were well done. Music and effects went along with the action in the scene. I really didn't understand why so many scenes with voice overs had no lip action. Just a picture popped up in the corner and sat there while words were said. Some scenes did have the lip action, but not very many. The level of challenge got me. Hidden objects were well done and varied from lists to silhouettes and a couple completely different takes on them, like matching statues with an outline. However, those mini games were way... WAY past my abilities, understanding and patience level. Whoever dreamed these things up deserves an award for making this a bad game. I completed some, but not very many. Still say they need another way to play those things like they do for hidden objects, like a match 3. Most of them I couldn't understand what to do and then the tediousness of doing the same puzzle three times to win was just a bit much. Some didn't have any instructions whatsoever, or if they did I missed them. My biggest disappointment was the minis and I was so glad I used the custom setting for quick charge of the hint and skip buttons. If you are one of those who like involved, time consuming puzzles this game is for you! The map was extremely necessary to get about, because there is a lot of back and forth in this this game. I used my hint button more in this game to figure out what to do and where to go than most. The story, while convoluted at times was okay. One thing I like about this series is the different places you get to go. This was no exception. While I did have difficulties figuring out where to go in these different worlds, the trusty map and hint button saved the day. Others will go into the story in depth, but I'll just say I will never watch the Wizard of Oz in the same light again. Again, if you like mini games you are going to love this game if for no other reason. Play the demo and see if this is to your liking.
Date published: 2017-09-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Confused I have really enjoyed the previous two games in the series. However, this one was just off the wall for me. I never had to consult the strategy guide for previous games but this one felt like a constant need for it. I am all for a good puzzle but some of the items that were needed in specific places was not intuitive at all. I feel like some of the uses for items would have never been found out because the "idea" was just pulled out of thin air with no real logic as to WHY you would think to do this. For example, creating a colander... really? And the way you create it? I just find this game to be more frustrating than enjoyable.
Date published: 2017-10-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Wish I hadn't started this game I've played most of the Vermillion Watch games, and really liked them, but found this particular one extremely frustrating. I've never had to use walkthroughs for these types of games before, but Order Zero really had me baffled in places. With no skip or hint button in certain areas, my only option was to seek online help and I gave up in the end. I've put the game in a folder to maybe try again if I'm feeling a bit more patient.
Date published: 2017-09-14
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