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Domini Games, creators of Dark Romance and Labyrinths of the World, invites you to share the secret in this exciting new brand!

Welcome to London... but not the London you know. Just beneath the surface lies an ancient city of magicians, giants, and dwarves. You have been called in to investigate a series of strange murders that threatens to break the centuries-old peace between the races. Explore these unique and dangerous worlds as you track down the killer in this thrilling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure Game!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1911 MB

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Secret City: London Calling is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Between a 4 and 5 so I Went With the 5 This review is based upon completed play of the game. I read the reviews on both the SE and CE versions of this game. It's interesting that the CE reviews are higher over all, not surprising, but interesting. The story line is different in this game so I went with a 5 rating. It is not that good and evil is a new theme in storytelling but I liked the way it was presented here, with a bit of magic and fantasy as well as detection. I like that combination. The graphic detail is superb as are the voice overs. Some have mentioned the blue blur as scenes change but that does not bother me nor does the ever present blue. It seems a natural setting. Of course, this is a matter of preference. I have always liked the detail that this developer, Domini Games, provides. It is distinctive. The Hidden Object Scenes are interactive and less about hidden objects and more about relationship between objects. These are a favorite of mine over the more traditional but again, personal preference. The Mini Games are also my kind of game, with the developer offering both an easy and hard option. Some, took me a while but I enjoyed the "puzzling. This is a long game or at least it took me a long time to play. Sometimes, the back-and-forth seemed a bit much and I lost track (having to rely on hints) but again that may just be my gameplay, as I am no expert, just one who enjoys a relaxing game. And this game fits the bill. I know I will enjoy replaying it.
Date published: 2018-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent! Superb Craftsmanship! A Keeper! Fast moving, forward advancing game with great characterization, exceptional graphic designs and first-rate hidden object and mini games. This game offered creativity, an interesting story, and enough interest in each scene to propel me to move on to the next one. I am a critical reviewer because I expect developers to step up to the plate and provide an interesting game that avoids tired old themes and the same old scenery and story that is far too familiar. Sadly there have been too many of these lately and the developers who try to step out of the box get kicked down pretty hard. I was surprised this one received such poor reviews. Maybe because it’s a little different ? But that is what I enjoyed. I hope to see more of this quality, innovation and creativity in future games. The story is fantasy and magic, the goal to save the world, return souls and “take care” of the bad guy, but what story isn’t...even in the real world? I’ll grant you this doesn’t offer an entirely new theme, but the way it was developed and crafted with graphic excellence and superb characterization and a script that used mature voice overs and well thought out dialogue proved a big step above what many other “top tier” developers have been offering lately. Good closure and potential opening for another episode? Wish I had purchased the CE. I’m giving this a 5! A solid, long game with interesting locales, well crafted scenery and solid story line. Please give this one a trial run to see what you think. Graphics: First rate graphics, excellent attention to detail, texture and design Sound/Music: Turned down, but appropriate to scenes Characters: Most are superbly developed with great attention to appearances, attire and strong animation, even the 3-headed dog was well-crafted…drooling, snarling, red eyes Hint: Transported to map I really liked the little dragon in the beginning and was sorry to see that it didn’t return after completing a task Voice Over: Excellent and varied, mature voices Hidden Object Games: Exceptional design with a great focus on detail along with a lots of variety and well thought out selection of objects that fit into theme. Outstanding use of hidden object games to tell backstory as well as a few storybook themes that used finely drawn graphics with thought put into design Mini Games: Varied in difficulty and time usage. Not a big fan of these, however, I found them attractive and well-designed and that pulled me into a few more than I usually attempt. I even enjoyed many of them, but I don’t have the patience or maybe the cognitive “cleverness” for those more challenging and/or time consuming. There will there be enough mini games to keep fans or non-fans amused or pulling out hair
Date published: 2018-06-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Domini is a dev to pay attention to! I found this game to be refreshing in it's unique storyline. So there's a London below London where fantastic beings dwell? The next time I'm there, I'll have to check that out. You play as a detective to solve the murders that are happening below London that threatens the secretive balance where both worlds can exist together in harmony. The game has all the bells and whistles one would expect from Domini as well as charming graphics. There's a lot in each scene to do without the drudgery of going back and forth, a map, customizable settings, excellent cutscenes, and great voice acting. The HO scenes are a lot of fun and I think players who love mini-games will enjoy this game as well. It is on the short side but the story was very engaging and different that it deserves a 5 star rating. I do have one question, though, the inhabitants with the four arms... what do they do with the extra arms. They just kinda of hang there. Hmmm.
Date published: 2018-05-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from FUN GAME Really enjoyed the game. Has a lot of different features and good mini games.
Date published: 2018-06-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great game played before - but overall it is a great game. well worth downloading
Date published: 2018-05-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Everything well done except story The game is well executed in every aspect, but the story and the way it is told drags it down. The puzzles can be played on easy or hard mode, and the hard mode can be pretty challenging. HOPs combine narration with highlighted words to find instead of a simple list, and there are other variations experienced players have seen before. Artwork is nicely done and not dark and gloomy. Tasks to accomplish are mostly logical and intuitive, making for fun sleuthing. I found the narrative clues strewn throughout the game boring to read and excessive in detail. If you were rummaging through items in a real quest, you would not find detailed notes explaining how the city sprung up. It's not realistic and does not add to the game. Keep it simple, keep it interesting, and make it a connecting point to the other clues to make a narrative whole.
Date published: 2018-06-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The Secret~you never actually see London! An OK game worth a free credit or to buy on a good sales day. Not a bad game just not a great game. You never actually see London which is a big shame and a lost opportunity by the devs. I like Domini games, but this one was really just same old same old nothing to really get excited about. Hopefully the next in the series will be better.
Date published: 2018-06-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from IT WON'T REMAIN A SECRET FOREVER There have been several murders in London, mysterious murders of mysterious beings! Few people are aware that London has a secret. In fact, London has a Secret City that humans can't see, and don't even know it exists! Within the magical barrier of the city, resides three different species, the Lakrians, who are four-armed, powerful Mages, the Youtuns, who are blue-skinned giants and the Dwarves who live underground. Each culture is pointing their finger at the other, as the soul-stealing culprit. Even though humans aren't aware of their existence, you are called upon to investigate this case with complete authority to enter all three domains. Too bad nobody will believe you if you solve the case! When I first started playing this game, I was confused. I thought this was a new series title but it looked exactly like a Mystery Tales game, heavily laden with excessive blue hues! A few minutes later, I was handed a pair of magical Glasses that reveals the Secret City, isn't that what the Glasses do in Mystery Tales? In my opinion, if Mystery Tales games were sinking ratings-wise, why would you ruin a new series by including everything Mystery Tales games have? It even has Missing Note Pages and all the same collectible types of Mystery Tales, I just don't get it, cut the apron strings, the MT baby is all grown let it go! The Hidden Object Scenes are clear and the images are recognizable, but because the items aren't really hidden, they tend to be less challenging to find. The scenes vary with Keywords in Sentences of a background story, Silhouetted Shape finds, Interactive List finds and several smaller Silhouetted Shape find Zoom Zones. One of the Zoom Zone HOP's required you to switch colored filter lenses, but the items stuck out like a sore thumb. There is an alternative Match 3 game available, but I never understood why they don't just allow you to skip an HOP like they do the Mini-Games? The Mini Games are actually quite challenging for a change! Don't worry, you can choose to play them in an Easy or Hard difficulty mode. (just like MT) Below are brief descriptions on some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Drag sketches to align with the images shown. 2) Find 3 sections for each symbol shown on the Amulet. 3) Swap and rotate triangle shaped tiles to complete images. 4) Grab 2 tokens at a time, rotate and replace to correct slots 5) Select colored eyes to reveal tile images & swap correctly. 6) Arrange tokens to match the clue, rotating 1 affects others 7) Reassemble image using arrows on columns & rows. 8) Move Knights in L formation to cover the entire board. 9) Adjust the lens to restore the images. 10) Adjust the dial to locate footprints. The Collector's Edition version has 16 Wallpapers, 9 Concept Art pictures, 5 Music Soundtracks, 28 re-playable Movie Videos, 18 re-playable Hidden Object Scenes, 19 re-playable Mini-Games, 15 Achievements to Earn, 15 Collectible Secret City Newspaper Stories, (allows you to read Newspaper Articles from the Secret City) 55 Hidden Crystals (that allows you to purchase 14 Evidence items, 15 Hidden Artifacts (allows you to visit the Room Of Mystical Cultures and read about the Artifacts used in the Secret City) Missing Notes to discover (why do I lose my notes in every series by Domini?) 6 Main Chapters +Bonus Chapter and a built-in Strategy Guide, enjoy!
Date published: 2018-05-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fabulous idea---not followed through! I played the beta version, and I have been waiting eagerly for the game to come out. I love the idea of a secret London that can only be seen with magic glasses! The visuals in the first scenes were terrific--the bridge entirely different when viewed with or without glasses, the man 2-armed or 4-armed. But in the full version, the double reality/vision drops away. We don't get to use the glasses. We enter the secret London and that's all we see. And all the adventures and challenges feel like ones I have encountered many times before in other games. I hope the developers will make a sequel, and this time move us between the London we know and the secret London, and let us use the glasses to solve mysteries, get clues, and meet the challenges of the game. The idea of this game is the most imaginative and original one I have encountered in a long time! Please, developers, build a game around it.
Date published: 2018-05-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not for me... At first, I thought this would be an entertaining game, but in course of action - oh, where's the action ? - I got so bored that I barely found the patience to finish it. This dev has a weird habit to develop games that have already been created a long time ago, as far as the technicality is concerned. HOPs are easy, I didn't try to hard option to be honest, but it didn't come to my mind to waste more time with that. Story is poor, but could be quite interesting of not so slow. Nothing in this game is challenging or captivating. It's just another game like so many others that don't deserve to waste one's time. I don't know what to say in particular for this game is generally lacking interest. One is lead to one scene to the next, and the next, and the next. Not once there is something that made my heart beat a bit faster... Oh, sorry, I found butter hidden behind a rock in a wall of the castle ! Since it is not the first of this dev's games I buy and being disappointed each time, I can say I will never buy another one from them... But this is just me... Try it and make your own opinion before buying it.
Date published: 2018-06-19
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