Donna Brave: And the Strangler of Paris
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Mad Head Games proudly presents the all-new, thrilling Donna Brave series!

Your uncle's friends have been mysteriously murdered, and he's called you to Paris to track down the killer, before they strike again! But soon you’ll find what you're hunting is no ordinary criminal. A mystical monster is on the loose, and it's after your uncle! Can you save him in time, or will you become the next victim? Find out in this spine-tingling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 459 MB

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Donna Brave: And the Strangler of Paris is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid and Enjoyable Mystery Donna Brave has a pretty lame name, but that's the worst thing I can say about this very fun adventure and mystery hybrid that had me hooked from the first second. Your character is summoned to visit your uncle and gets involved in his semi-secret society full of creative types and, needless to say, things pretty much immediately go awry. A monster is stalking members of said club and you have to deal with that and the individual behind this mayhem. The twists and turns are both fun and reasonably intelligent, especially for a casual game of this nature. This game does have hidden object scenes, which I enjoy, and they look good but are not the focal point. You will collect individual objects and pairs, and generally they are attached to another action, like opening a drawer, before you complete them. The attention to detail really impressed me, especially when you zoom into a larger scene for the HO. The game looks great and moves very quickly. Voice acting I found above average, and the music was fine. Really liked the pace and the twists of the mystery. It plays and feels like an adventure, and while there may be a few too many items missing one piece conveniently found in the next scene, it rarely drags. Minigames were just hard enough for your average player to be challenging and not frustrating. All in all, I really enjoyed this game. It's good value for the money and the speed and creativity of it were refreshing to me. Highly recommend.
Date published: 2017-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun hidden object game I liked this game, very fun and good story line. Can't wait to get the next one when it comes out!
Date published: 2017-10-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gorgeous Hidden Object! Where to begin? I loved the opening cutscene and screen, with lovely visuals and hauntingly beautiful music. I already was hooked the second I started the game! The voice acting was excellent, it felt very realistic for a game set in Paris. Storyline was fantastic, I felt involved and intrigued for the entire game. Minigames were all the right level of challenge and spread across the game, instead of predictably placed and sparse. The game overall was very interactive, such as taking something from a character during dialogue and the level of interaction between your inventory and the scenes. Hidden object puzzles were incredibly unique, at least what was seen in the demo. Instead of only finding objects on the scene, players also placed objects in the inventory back onto the scene where they belonged. Overall would recommend this game!
Date published: 2017-10-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Donna Brave: And the strangler of Paris the games is very best..........
Date published: 2017-10-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gorgeous Game I really appreciate the time and effort put into this gorgeous game. The graphics are amazing. I loved the game play and the scenes are breathtaking. I enjoyed the HOS and mini games! Highly recommend!
Date published: 2017-10-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great game! Really fun and interesting. Mini Games are thinkers but fun to solve. Scenery is great. themes is exciting. Great game.
Date published: 2017-09-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MAD HEAD IS ONE OF THE GREATESTS HOPA STUDIOS OF THE DECADE! They keep spinning out new sequels and producing series, all of which are excellent in quality and impossibly captivating. In this first Donna Brave game, the Golden Circle (an exclusive club in which your uncle is a part of) is under attack from the “Strangler”. The members of the Golden Circle are being murdered one by one, can you save your uncle Andrea before he reaches the same fate as his friends? It is worth noting that Donna Brave’s storytelling is impeccable. The game grabs your attention right away with its cinematic opening sequence and never lets go. The unraveling of the plot is done in such a sophisticated fashion that always makes you want to know more, the fast-paced nature of the storyline is extremely engaging, and the characters are distinctive and memorable. The art style of Donna Brave: And the Strangler of Paris perfectly captures the art deco era of 1920s Paris. Each location is packed with exquisite details and astonishing colors, not a single scene in this game is not wallpaper-worthy. The audio also plays an important part in this game. The beautifully-composed soundtracks are fitting for the theme of the game. Moreover, the voice-overs come with near-perfect lip-syncing and are appropriate for the characters. Donna Brave: And the Strangler of Paris even excels in the gameplay department. Nowadays, the market is cluttered with cookie-cutter adventures, it is refreshing to see a game that attempts to break the mold. Donna Brave does not exactly do anything revolutionary, but it is evident through its gameplay that a lot of brainstorming occurred during the development process. Donna Brave involves an unusually high amount of multi-level tasks and interactive inventory items. Thus, this is guaranteed to be a challenging game, even for advanced HOPA players. The hidden object scenes are equally creative and are all very entertaining. I feel like the puzzles could have been more unique, but I appreciate the integration into the storyline. Donna Brave: And the Strangler of Paris offers around four hours of fun in the game for casual gamers. This new series is definitely worthy of purchase or use of game credit.
Date published: 2017-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BEST GAME OF THE YEAR This has been my favorite game so far this year. Money well spent. A longer game than many that are put out. Usually only takes me an hour and half to two hours to play these HOPA games, but this was over 3. Really enjoyed the graphics and story line. Easy play-ability. Highly recommend everyone to at least try the demo. Definitely hope to see this turn into a series. Excellent game!
Date published: 2017-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth buying the collectors edition This game is so much fun to play that I bought the collectors edition so I could play the bonus chapter, as well. The mini-games are all well done, but it was the story line that had me hooked and I wanted to see how the tale ended.
Date published: 2017-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I WANT TO SEE MORE OF INSPECTOR LAROCHE! MAYBE HE AND DONNA WILL SOLVE MYSTERIES TOGETHER IN THE FUTURE Paris is under siege! Well, at least the Golden Circle is. You receive a letter from your uncle who is living in Paris and he urgently needs your help. He has sent a letter that is rather cryptic letting you know that he is sorry for the lack of communication in the past but he really hopes you will come to Paris and help him. He encloses your father’s medallion as a token of perhaps fence mending or maybe so that you will trust him and come to Paris. Oh and by the way, he will tell you more when you arrive and signs off with “don’t trust anyone.” Brave young American woman that you are, you pack a valise and travel to Paris. However, your arrival in Paris doesn’t start off too well since the friend your uncle sent to meet you is murdered before your very eyes. Now you must find your uncle and pray that you are not too late to save him. Welcome to Paris! Donna Brave is perhaps the beginning of a new series by Mad Head and if so, it certainly starts off being very interesting with a rather paranormal mystery theme. The graphics are very good and capture the art deco feel of Paris in the 1920s. Even though the game is set in the 1920s I swear I saw what looks like a cell phone when rummaging through a drawer in Uncle Andre’s house. Guess Andre was a bit ahead of his time - lol. You have several options when setting up the game that include five different modes of gameplay. You will find an interactive map after you meet your uncle. You also have your father’s medallion that will help you focus and see things that are not obvious to the human eye alone. The HOP scenes are nothing new and follow the Mad Head tradition of including morphing objects in each scene. The puzzles are fairly easy and it doesn’t seem like there is anything new here either. Because things are the same doesn’t mean that they are less enjoyable. I am of the opinion that developers can only do so much and should really always have to come up with something new or different when creating their games. Even though the HOPS and Puzzles are nothing really new I did enjoy them and enjoyed the gameplay even more. I know some gamers might find the gameplay easy but it was just right for me. I enjoyed each step as the story unfolded and I learned more. When the game first began it had a sort of Adam Wolfe feel to it although it is different. I have to say that Inspector Laroche is a bit of eye candy for some of us. I really hope we get to see more of him in the future. In fact, I think he would be a great spin-off character for his own series. If you prefer the CE version of a game this one includes the following extras: Collectibles that are once again the Mad Head Swirl logo. IMHO, it would be nice to find something perhaps a bit more creative and enticing rather than always using the same old symbol in every game. There are morphing objects found in the HOPS and, again, I wish that the developer would locate the morphing objects in the gameplay scenes rather than the HOPS. It takes me forever to finish the HOPS because I spend all of my time looking for one tiny thing that morphs. Other extras include Achievements to earn, along with Wallpapers, Concept Art, Soundtracks, Replay of HOPS, Memory Game, Character Gallery, Strategy Guide, and Bonus Game. IMHO, this represents a fairly decent package of extras if these are things you enjoy. As I mentioned above I found the storyline interesting and this is a mystery I want to solve. Who is this gigantic strangler and why does he only target a select group of people? What are the members of the elite Golden Circle hiding and will I be able to solve the mystery before Uncle Andre meets his end? Oh, and will I get to spend more time with that smoking hot inspector? All of my questions were answered by the end of this very entertaining game and it turned out to be just as excellent in the end as it was in the beginning Happy gaming!
Date published: 2017-09-24
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