Secrets of the Seas: Flying Dutchman

Secrets of the Seas: Flying Dutchman

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Uncover the Sea Secrets of the Flying Dutchman in Secrets of the Seas: Flying Dutchman! Find hidden objects and solve adventuresome puzzles in this oceanic hidden object puzzle adventure game!

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1396 MB

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Secrets of the Seas: Flying Dutchman is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 33.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Happy I found this one I just completed the game. It took a while because I played it over a couple of days and, to be honest, I didn't want it to end. There was no map but you really didn't need one. The hint button didn't tell you where to go; therefore, it was a good idea to remember where certain items might be needed. The Journal does help. For example, I picked up an item early on in the game but did not use it till very close to the finish. The graphics were very nice, some interactive items in the HO's, and most things were not really hard to find. The games were not too hard and could be skipped. I enjoyed the story line. I scored the level of challenge a little high because I did not keep close enough track where items were needed. All in all, I would not mind playing it again.
Date published: 2013-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good adventure and hidden object, beautiful blend of fun. beautiful music
Date published: 2012-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Flying Dutchman I thought this game was fun and a challenge at the same time. Loved it!
Date published: 2012-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ahoy, thar be a good story here Fantastic game. Lasts a long time, traveling throughout the game I found one scene after another very beautifully done. HO's moderate to hard to find tiny items, but ok in my book. Storyline was excellent and characters were likeable. Puzzles were somewhat hard, and some tedious "looking" for pieces to collect for completion of tasks. Journal holds it all. You save a friend from a curse, and free many others in the process. Very good game in my collection to be played again.
Date published: 2012-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fly With the Dutchman! I loved this game since the trial version and I finally bought it recently. It is super fun and intuitive, yet challenging. I am really glad I got it and I am sure I will play it over and over as time goes on. The atmosphere changes. It's another one that has its share of diabolical characters but at the same time has some very sweet elements which are refreshing.
Date published: 2012-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wish I had stuck with it sooner... Honestly I wish I had bought the CE - not because of any extra content, which is usually not worth additional cost, imo - but because the developers get more money and I want to see more from the creators of this title. Not that it was perfect. I had graphic issues where if I used the option to adjust for wide screen w/ pillar boxing, it actually made it LESS clear? Overall there was a lack of the clarity one normally sees in games w/ CEs. Add to that some dismal voice acting (seriously BAD) and that's some hefty strikes which made me jump to conclusions about the game and table it until the SE. BUT now having played the SE through I found the gameplay was excellent with lots of tricky inventory puzzling, none of which was over the top illogical, a pet peeve of mine. I am an old school Adventure gamer so I like wandering about and gathering stuff to use later and there's plenty of that over lots of environments. Hidden Object scenes were junk pile, but logical w/o weird sizes or gravity defying objects and appropriate items. Mini-games were a touch on the easy side but fun and several were new to me which rarely happens. The story was nicely realized with a good dollop of humor and some pathos. Since it wrapped up nicely in the SE I am curious about what might have been added for CE. The music was good and I liked the look of the graphics, though it had the blurriness/pixely issues mentioned above. Nice looong duration that had me surprised with the number of areas offered and things to do. Anyway, as I said, this one grows on you and has lots to offer the deeper you get, so hang in there past cringe worthy voice overs and expect lots of fun on the horizon.
Date published: 2012-05-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good game Nice story, which unfolds slowly, thus keeping you hooked. Not too much backtracking (you are confined to a few rooms, and if new ones open up others are emptied, so you do not need to look at them). Nice visuals. Easy to figure out what you need and where. Just no WOW! factor, but a good game.
Date published: 2013-10-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice, relaxing game The storyline is interesting: you meet a cursed captain and solve his problem. There are 3 game modes. There are no sparkles in the Advanced mode; good! The graphics are clear, even in the HOS where the objects are easy to find. The dialogs are short, which is good for me. The mini-games are on the easy side but good. There is a journal, containing the clues, but no map, which is okay since there are not too many locations to go to. The hint system tells you "nothing to do here". There are many things to do, never a slower moment! The game is not very long; without skipping, it took me about 2 1/2 hours. All in all, an easy game with lots to do, and nice graphics.
Date published: 2013-08-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from i really had to think playing this one!!!! it is a long game and the thinking process has to be working. i had to cheat quite often toward the end. no map but there is a diary. hint/skip charge in about 1 minute. a lot of back and forth. make sure you have your thinking caps on. mini games aren't too hard. i didn't have to skip most of them like i usually do. it will take you some time to finish, though. you are trying to set souls free that the captain captured and assemble a necklace he took from one of the women he imprisoned.
Date published: 2013-06-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Review of Completed Game There are 3 modes...I chose the middle option which had hints. Since you can't change it once you pick it, I thought it was better to have a hint or 2 if I got stuck and Im glad I chose that option as sometimes the hidden objects were dark or really well hid. The puzzles were average difficulty. I didn't find any that were so hard I couldn't do them but there was one I did skip due to the fact I didn't want to sit there for hours trying to do it. This is a solid 4 hour long game. You play each hidden object scene twice and there are an average amount. Im a person who doesn't like to be bombarded with lots and lots in adventure games and this was just enough to engage the story and not make me sigh every time I came upon another one. I was surprised how long the game was actually as I thought that it would be over once I got off the pirate ship but to my surprise it had another 2 hours left. There are A LOT of locations to visit within the different scenes especially the last chapter on the island. The pearls you collect for the necklace tells the story and what happened to the town. There were voiceovers but not to tell the story forward and I would have liked that instead of just reading it. I also wished there was a lock option to keep the items up at all times. Thats just something I like. This has a COMPLETE ENDING in the SE. There is no pressure to buy the CE as you have a good solid ending here and I only hope this developer puts out more games as I have liked this and the ulthar cat town one they put out very much.
Date published: 2013-04-16
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