Web of Deceit: Black Widow

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You’re drawn into a web of deceit when your train stops in Andville, where the Black Widow lies in wait. Follow a trail of clues and dead husbands as you explore this once picturesque town now at the mercy of the Black Widow and her mechanical minions. What drives her lust for revenge? Where is the root of her strange power? Uncover the bizarre history – and mystery – of this little town. And track down the Black Widow in time to foil her devious plot for revenge!

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  • OS: 10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • Hard Drive: 778 MB

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Web of Deceit: Black Widow

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Web of Deceit: Black Widow is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 32.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great game loved this game. loved that the characters are real and not animated. the puzzles were interesting and challenging.
Date published: 2014-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the Best! Now that it's June 2014, I am giving a 2nd review of this game and have added the 5th star. Why? This is quality gaming and a dying breed. Today's games are more of just child's play--pick up sticks or ball and jacks and becoming increasingly difficult to find a game with challenge and plot and all the right stuff. Web of Deceit was unworthy at the time of it's release to earn five stars compared to other releases during that time. The game is excellent, however, the bar has been consistently lowered over time especially with the introduction of pay to play games. We may not be finding too many of the truly great games any longer. I hope I'm wrong but I don't think so.
Date published: 2014-06-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very enjoyable game - so long so as you don't mind spiders Bought this as a special offer and was very enjoyably surprised. The graphics are excellent, including actual people as part of the cast of characters, there are good challenging games and plenty of hidden objects puzzles. Only minor drawback is some of the situations seem a bit contrived but that is a minor issue. Highly recommended - so long as you are not an arachanophobe.
Date published: 2013-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Spiders I loved this game. I am fascinated by spiders though I know the black widow is deadly. This game was addictive for me. I'd like to see more like it.
Date published: 2013-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love It! I love this game. The graphics are great, the ambience is great. Nice and gritty and realistic like I like it. Lots of puzzles which is my favorite. Not too easy not too hard. HOS are interactive and fairly easy. Not too many which is good. The inventory makes sense and not much backing up. Great game for the money. Quite long too.
Date published: 2013-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A web of challenges I am so pleased I have purchased this game, as most of you know, I am a bit of a "blasée" old biddy when it comes to HOS mixed with mini puzzles. I have so enjoyed that game: challenges/mini games were very good and could have been a tad more difficult in my mind for advanced level The story line was saved by the revelation of childhood upbringing The graphics were of good quality (cannot comment on the sound as I tend to play without it) The navigation was easy ... yes folks, I loved it!
Date published: 2013-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Web of Deceit: Black Widow Loved this game. The graphics are gorgeous and the HOS are very clear and not too cluttered. I like the interactive part of the HOS. The puzzles were interesting but I did have to skip two. The journal is informative and the added extra of replaying the video clips is good. Love the transporting map as I get very fed up with a game that has me running back and forth all over the place. The only thing that dissappointed was the ending. It felt that there was more to come but maybe you need the collectors edition to complete the story. I have a number of SE that do this and it is very annoying. Other than that it was a great game, Lots of challenges and good length.
Date published: 2012-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun Game I immediately loved this game because it automatically opened in widescreen, no black bars! Gorgeous clear graphics Choice of 3 modes of play : Casual - Sparkles for a HOS (Hidden Object Scenes) Sparkles not overbearing. Quick refill of Hint and Skip Advanced: No Sparkles, slower hint and Skip refills Hardcore : No Hints or Skips, although if you spend too long in a scene it will tell you there is something or not to do in that scene, which could annoy the more experienced. HOS are interactive and the objects are easily identifiable Choice of Cursors, the Custom Cursor worked beautifully, nice and smooth There is a Journal and map inside the Journal which you can use to Jump, which Everyone seems to like, I on the other hand like to wander, especially with a game like this one, as the graphics are so clear and colourful Live actors, although the Audio could do with a bit of editing in certain scenes Cutscenes can be replayed via the Journal, love this feature, a lot of the better Developers are incorporating this added feature in their games, adds to the enjoyment of the game IMO Puzzels were different and enjoyable, some were a little hard for me, took me a while to figure out, even with the instructions, but that's just me There are no Collectibles or Achievements (which is a shame, would have enjoyed collecting spiders or wasps) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Husband is killed and his widow uses his invention for evil. Your job is to stop her, and help a few others along the way, she has an army of spiders to do her bidding, there's a great fight between a giant spider and wasp, one of the cutscenes I replayed a few time, just loved it. I'm quite a slow player and hate to skip puzzels, unless I really have to, and the game took me about 5 hours to play. I thought the ending was quite abrupt, but a lot of the SEs are nowdays Overall a fun game, easy enough in Casual mode but if you're afraid of spiders....Beware! LOL
Date published: 2012-11-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Jacob Stevens is a bug brain...he knows everything there is to know about insects! Web of Deceit: Black Widow SE version really isn't bad. Let me suffice it to say that there are loads of mechanical spiders that look real, and other bugs but real people are in the scenes as well. Not sure if I dig that as much but it's not a bad thing, to be honest. The graphics/artwork was rather very good--muted colors here n-there--but I have to commend the artists for their hard work and cleverness. Real actors were used in this game and though I'm not against that, but I do have ambivalent feelings about this. Not sure if the voiceovers came from the actors in the story but I found them to be quite slow in the delivery of their dialogues. Too slow, in fact. The actors were great, though. Then you have your journal that will give you lots of tips and a map is included. I did not like the map at all. Just a go-to map and the hint button acts as a navigator as well. Half the time I remembered where I needed to go and you will go around and back again. For instance, I needed an item for scene 4 and had to wait for that in scene 10. But I'm pretty used to this sort of thing. Normally I would have given this a lower score because of the disorder of the game but because many of the tasks made a lot of sense I upped it a bit. There are tons of things to do in this SE version. The storyline is good--you're a journalist who needs to catch up with the villainous, Morgana--people are getting murdered so you had better high tale it to prevent more murders. Creepy mechanical spiders that actually look real -- one giant wasp is awakened as well. You can replay the scenes in your journal if you wish. Anyway, the puzzles are okay; the tasks are numerous; the HOS were okay and very interactive but lots of junk piles too. No match-three game as an option though, which would have come in handy after a while. The puzzles were your usual puzzles and mini-games were good. I'm rating this game 3.50 starts out of 5. Perhaps a low 4 star score. I do recommend this game as I think BLAM developers are innovative and very talented.
Date published: 2016-06-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Be warned, if you don't like spiders this may not be the game for you On vacation to relax, you decide to take the train and the gentle rocking and clicking of the wheels on the tracks has caused you to doze off. A weird dream of a frightful woman and the sudden knocking on your compartment door brings you back awake. You open the door and a scared young woman with a suitcase enters and sits down. As she begins to tell you something, a hoard of tiny mechanical spiders crawl along on top of the train to your compartment and break in through the window. As the woman cries out for help, they encase her in a silk cacoon and drag her out the door as if she was a fly. Shocked, all you can do is stare and, as you slowly recover, you realize the train has stopped but the door to your compartment is jammed. The woman's suitcase was left behind and in it you find a letter from her brother, Santos, an inventor, asking her to come and help him as his wife, Morgana, is evil and wants to use his inventions to carry out her evil plans. The mechanical spiders were one of his inventions. He will meet her at the train station. Unable to exit through the jammed door, you use the only exit available, the window. Outside, you are amazed to find that the entire train is caught in weird spider webs, including the engineer, who asks for your help in freeing the train so he can leave. Approaching the train station of the town of Andville, you see shadows of spiders attack a man behind the building but, when you get there, all you find is a hat, a key and a note from Santos to his sister telling her he is being watched and to be careful. The key is to a locker in the station that contained another note telling his sister that if she is reading it then he is already dead and the answers are in his house. With the sister abducted and Santos dead, you must go there to find the answers to unravel the mystery of the spiders and save his sister. A tragic story of a bad childhood involving peer teasing and bullying and mistreatment by an uncaring mother that drove Morgana to hide where her only friend was a special spider that bit her giving her powers and everlasting youth before it died. Now, she is seeking revenge against the town and the people that tormented her. A very eerie game with webs everywhere and lots of spiders in excellent graphics and cutscenes that look realistic, especially the opening scene on the train. All of the cutscenes are placed in the journal and can be replayed and I played all of them several times as they were so well done. There is a jump map but areas requiring action are not indicated so keep notes as there is a lot of inventory puzzles that you will need to remember where items found are used. The inventory is lockable but unfortunately it also hides some areas of interest in scenes when they are located near the bottom of the screen. I spent some time looking for flies before I realized they were behind the inventory screen. Hidden object scenes are junk pile list type with some interactive objects but all fit the locations with objects that make sense and most were easily found. Music was looped but pleasant. All characters were live actors with voice acting that ranged from good to overdone with some having exceptionally long pauses that detracted from their performances. These can be skipped but you lose some important narrative information if you do that helps keep you moving in the right direction. An interesting story well presented that keeps moving ahead so there is some anticipation most of the time and may not the game for people who are hate spiders but, others may find it enjoyable.
Date published: 2016-01-17
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