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4Friends Games present the next adventure in their globetrotting detective series Dark City!

It’s Oktoberfest time in Munich, Germany, the biggest celebration of the year! But this year, the festivities are being spoiled by a series of violent attacks. The witnesses claim that werewolves are responsible, but that can’t be true, can it? Track down the clues and discover the truth for yourself in this clever hidden-object adventure game!

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  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.8 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 971 MB

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Dark City: Munich is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I had to submit a review to boost the ratings. I am at the point where I feel like I have played every game ever and am dying for a new game that I can thoroughly enjoy. This game definitely did that. It was new and innovative. The story line was good. I just really enjoyed it and I am sad that I have to find another game.
Date published: 2018-12-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from sometimes a game can just be relaxing great graphics and yes its easy but sometimes that's a good thing. you don't need to work your brain all the time lol
Date published: 2018-12-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I really enjoyed it. I played the demo on this game so I will be buying it. I been playing games for a lot of years so consider myself an expert,I enjoy 4 things about a game. 1) Story- I need something to grab me make me keep wanting to know whats going to happen next. 2) graphics- I want something pretty to spend my time looking at while I am being entertained. 3) Relaxed and fun- I want to relax playing a game take my time in killing my time I want to be engrossed so that I have no idea how much time has passed. 4) A good ending- I don't care how many good endings I seen, I want a good ending that will leave me feeling good and something to bring hope into life, I want sorrow and misery, I just look at life or the news. I don't want to say to much about the game itself (don't want to be a spoiler alert. I think most people that play games know in general what HO's are and more and more they are putting mini games (which I really enjoy)) So I will just say it has three of the things in a game I enjoy enough to make me hope I will find the fourth at the end.
Date published: 2018-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Giving a try.... I was thinking that this game would all be in brown tones, considering the trailer. But in fact, it is quite colorful. The gameplay is fun, the classical hidden objects kind of game. I like it and I'm glad of trying it... 8-)
Date published: 2018-12-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 4Friends Does It Again! 4Friends is a favorite developer and this second game in the series doesn't disappoint. The storyline is superb, with lots of turns and twists in a three chapter game. To me, the game's length was just right. Admittedly, I play slowly and at a relaxed pace and I was expecting a short game but for me, it wasn't. I really enjoyed the variety of HOPS and mini-games, which are quite easy and do not distract from the game play. I like that and a good storyline will incorporate both puzzles and hidden objects. Graphics are fine but I do wish the developer would not use the same music always. I had to listen to other music when playing but that's just me. My review is based upon completed play of the game. As always, try the demo.
Date published: 2018-12-09
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I've Been Playing This Game For 3 Months,10 Minutes at a Time Because of Back Injury. This is not the best nor the worst of my beloved HOGS. Four Friends seems to put their hearts into their games. This one had lot of twists and turns but still did not "grab me" But to try and be fair only playing a few minutes at a time probably didn't me to get into it, but I did pay attention to 4 Friends touch :) I will continue to try out the "dark City" series :)
Date published: 2019-07-31
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not as good as the London one This game borrows heavily from Dark City London, so it was like watching/playing a repeat at times. I know it's part of a series but I think it's a bit lazy to just cut and paste bits of Dark City London into this, which was the impression I got. Also, the game play is purposely elaborate and full of stops and starts, halting play. It slows down, it speeds up. To be fair, I know that's part of the stye of this series and puts me in mind of Robert Downey Jr's Sherlock Holmes character. There are simply not enough HOS for a HOS lover. Can't fault atmosphere, sound and vision and especially the storyline, which helps make up for the frills, ribbons, repeats and subsequent tedium.
Date published: 2019-03-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from SHINING THE LIGHT ON ANOTHER DARK CITY It took me several days to complete this game because it just didn't thrill me. The plot didn't hold my interest and it kept taking me back to the same boring locations over and over as if the devs ran out of ideas for different scenes so they just returned you to the beginning locations for a do-over. There are way too many "gadgets" that included some of the most simplistic tasks I've ever seen. The evidence placement scenarios highlighted the correct slots so where's the skill in that? Every time I met a half-human they handed me a stupid trinket to place on a pop-up book, am I five years old? (and why do they carry the trinkets in the 1st place, in case they forget who and what they are?) As far as the differences between this Standard Edition version and the Collector's Edition version, each scene has Morphing Objects and Collectible Coins and Stamps that allow you to purchase more trinkets of the various half-humans (so now I won't forget who or what they are either) The CE Bonus Chapter takes you back to Munich shortly afterward to investigate the kidnapping of Hansel and Gretel. There are 4 Mini-Games and 7 HOP's within the BC and 7 Morphs and 16 Collectibles remaining. You will use your deductive reasoning to draw 3 final conclusions in the Evidence Conclusion Journal (a total of 12 times throughout the game) Here's a recap of my review to help you "conclude" which version, if either, is right for you: Fresh off of our last investigation in London nabbing the infamous Headless Clockmaker, we've been summoned to Munich Germany in search for the infamous Werewolf. Rumors are spreading quickly about a halfling beast hybrid, part wolf, part human, all werewolf! Victims are piling up and frightening citizens attending Munich's most anticipated event, Octoberfest. Mayor Schulz has invited you to Octoberfest in Munich to find proof that a werewolf actually exists and figure out a way to stop this rogue werewolf, but the Mayor may know more than he claims to know about this legendary beast. Who's really the one howling at the moon? I'm usually the first one to complain about Gadgets, but this Gadget gives me mixed emotions. Because we are on an Investigation to find a rogue werewolf, we have an Evidence Icon located on the bottom left, where we are tasked with placing the evidence and clues we've collected onto Category Circles. I would ? LOVE this feature IF it allowed me to make these logical deduction decisions on my own. Instead, the second you pick up an inventory evidence item, the circle on the Evidence Book turns blue to show where to place the item, so why bother? It's just an unnecessary step of clicking if there's no logic or skill required. What a shame because it could have been a really cool feature instead of just a mindless task (meaning you don't have to figure anything out) After placing the Evidence, you'll need to make a Deduction using the Deduction Icon located on the bottom right. (you'll always need to place the evidence first within the evidence icon, but the Deduction feature is used solo as well when trying to figure things out such as where the culprit was hiding) As with most gadgets and features, there is a mini-game-hidden object type of game associated with it, however, it isn't the usual repetitive match 3 game or fight scene scenario! The type of deduction puzzle offered is always something different, you may have to investigate the scene of a crime by searching or interacting with a Hidden Object Scene or something more like solving a puzzle. That gives the Deduction Feature meaning, unlike the Evidence scenario. 4Friends Games never let me down when it comes to the Collector's Edition version Collectibles and Morphing Objects, and there's always a Pull-Out Tab on the left side to keep track of whether or not you've found all of them because there's always more than one! In the CE version, there are 42 Morphing Objects and each scene has at least one Morph. When you have found enough morphs (3-10-12-20-26-30-34-36-42) it unlocks 9 different Character Figurines. There are also 22 Collectible Stamps and 22 Collectible Coins in the CE version. The Collectibles also have a pull-out tab to show how many are in each scene, and they are stored safely in a Coin & Stamp collectors book. I'm not sure why 4Friends chose to go with normal morphs and collectibles after offering such awesome opaque morphs and opaque glass collectibles that were truly challenging to find because these were easily spotted??? If you're reading our reviews, the fifth friend asks kindly to bring them back, I would have purchased the last few games for those features alone just because I ♥ loved the challenge of searching and finding them! Normally, I find Hidden Objects rather boring nowadays because they are so not hidden anymore, but this game has a really nice selection of HO variations. There are Interactive Listed Item finds, Multiples of the Same Item finds, Description Item finds (such as 3 things a cat plays with or items related to a boar) Keywords in Sentence finds, Identifying Similar Features, Replacing Items into the Scene finds, Pictured Item finds and several small Zoom Zone HOP's. Because you are a Detective (aren't we always?) there are several Deduction HO-Puzzles such as finding 5 places to hide or searching for differences between 2 characters. There are no alternate type puzzles offered, but honestly, the HOP's are more like a mini-game of finding things logically. The Mini-Games were enjoyable and pretty much frustration free, but nothing that hasn't been offered hundreds of times in the past. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during and after the demo: 1-Swap masks to the labels of sound each creature makes. 2-Rotate 4 disks to align mask silhouettes & then place masks accordingly. 3-Find suspects in a crowd that matches the pictured description. 4-Select the correct comparison label for all 7 suspects. 5-Determine which suspect has the most matching symbols as the clue. 6-Select 2 images that correspond to each of 4 parts of the city square. 7-Use sliders to change the proportions or size of the 3 images. 8-Swap tokens correctly and choose between blocked slots. 9-Correctly swap 3 face sections for each animal shown 10-Make the required number of connections to each component x3. 11-Rotate pipes to drop the correctly colored gems into their matching snake mouthes. 12-Choose correct answers of deduction for a handwriting analysis. 13-Drag a ball through a maze, avoiding crossing the borders. x3 14-Click & drag 3 or more tokens to fill your color meter avoiding opponents colors. 15-Rotate disc and slide sections in starting with the center pieces. The Collector's Edition version has 10 Wallpapers, 23 Concept Art Pictures, 4 Screensavers, 4 Music Soundtracks, 52 Movie Cutscene Videos, 11 re-playable Hidden Object Scenes, 12 re-playable Mini-Games, 25 Achievements to earn (13 collectibles have 3 categories each) Morphing Objects (receive a Character Statuette for each group of Morphs found) 22 Collectible Coins, 22 Collectible Stamps, 3 Main Chapters (longer than average) +Bonus Chapter (fairly long) and a built-in Strategy Guide, be safe, rumor has it, there's a rogue werewolf on the loose! DARK CITY SERIES LIST Title***Standard Edition Release Date***Average Rating  1-London (December 29-2017) 4.4  2-Munich (December 7-2018) n/a by: 4Friends Games
Date published: 2018-12-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from AND THE AWARD GOES TO . . . Dark City: Munich gets my vote for one of the most ridiculous games that I have played this year. The previous game in the series was so good that I looked forward to playing Dark City: Munich but somehow the game fell far short of my expectations. Personally, I found the game plodding and filled with more than enough of those simplistic storybook HOPS to end my romance with HOP games. There were puzzles in the mix but the game seemed like it was all about those storybook HOPS. I was so sick of playing through those very simple scenes that I finally quit the game. For me it was surprising that this game came from 4Friends who has developed some of my favorite games over the years. I automatically purchase every game they release since they are always wonderful but somehow Dark City: Munich didn't ring my gaming bell. The storyline was excellent and I loved the whodunit theme with the premise of a hidden, sub-culture that lives among the citizens of Munich. That part of the game was terrific but it was the execution of the game that couldn’t hold my attention. Even though I didn’t make it to the end of the game, it still seemed very short. I am generally a very slow player but I was able to march through almost the entire game in under three hours. When I played one of the first HOP scenes in the game I loved it and thought that Dark City Munich would be terrific, however that great HOP was followed by numerous mini-HOPS and then far too many of those silly storybook scenes for my liking. The Puzzles in the game were at least better than the HOPs but they still seemed generally too easy with only a few requiring much thought to complete. The beauty about playing games is that here at BFG there are many terrific game developers and even with all of that talent, not all games are the same in the way that they are received by individual gamers. We all have differing tastes in games and what I might like, you might not. In the end, for me Dark City: Munich was a bust but, as always, I recommend that you try the demo because this might be the perfect game for you. Happy gaming!
Date published: 2018-12-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too many gimmicks I'll admit I didn't finish the demo, and maybe the game play would have been more fun after the point at which I quit, but I just really didn't like anything about it. The HOP featuring the sleeping cat was so easy it failed to be fun. (And I might add, what did a sleeping cat have to do with the werewolf/ Oktoberfest theme?) Following that came a series of story HOPS where you were supposedly gathering clues, but again they were so simple the fun of solving them flew out the window. I do think the story idea of uncovering the identity of a "werewolf" during Oktoberfest was a good one, but it was ruined with too many, too clever, and boring gimmicks
Date published: 2018-12-09
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