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Elephant Games proudly presents a brand-new series in Ms. Holmes: The Monster of the Baskervilles!

Nicknamed Ms. Holmes for your sharp wit and investigative prowess, you're England's favorite new detective! But even your smarts will be tested when one of Sherlock Holmes' old cases comes back with a vengeance. The Baskervilles are once again plagued by a strange and dangerous monster, one bent on much more than the destruction of one family. Can you uncover who is behind recent attacks on the Baskerville estate and save London before it's too late? Find out in this thrilling Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 748 MB

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Ms. Holmes: The Monster of the Baskervilles

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Ms. Holmes: The Monster of the Baskervilles is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ms Holmes Rocks! Loved playing this game! I thought it flowed nicely and was entertaining. Sherlock would have liked it!
Date published: 2019-06-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Glad I Ignored the Reviewers I'm so glad I ignored the other reviews' comments. This new series, and I hope it is a series, has great potential. Sure, it's not a true Sherlock Holmes story, but there is enough deduction to make it interesting. What I really like is that there are no cute, little critters helping me along. We're not trying to save a relative or lover from a demon who wants to steal their souls. And there's no demon who has been inadvertently awakened from the past determined to rule the world. So far, I haven't even had to use a paperclip to fix a broken zipper...yet. Give this game a chance. If enough people don't buy it, there won't be any incentive for the developer to hone the character or future story lines and we be stuck with more of the demons, critters, and paperclips.
Date published: 2019-07-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from WHO IS THE MONSTER There is nothing wrong with this game although I seem to be in the minority. There are typical hidden objects -- find one item and then there is another one under it to open a picnic basket, etc. I liked that there were (for me) some new mini-puzzles. Try it you might like it.
Date published: 2019-06-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Enjoyable Game This is posted after playing the entire game. I guess I'm a majority of one who liked playing this new game. While it did have some challenges and I don't mean mini games, it wasn't bad at all. I have play way worse games. The biggest plus for this game... no ghosts, goblins or things that go bump in the night. MORE OF THESE PLEASE!!! Graphics were very well done along with the colors in the scenes. Very pleasant. Music was okay and kind of light and not intrusive. Effects went along with the action. The only thing I didn't care for in this category was the voice overs. Ms Holmes was obviously pushing her parts. They seem... fake. The others were pretty good. I think if this series continues Elephant Games will improve on that. Hidden objects were really good. Only problem were those blasted windows that pop open. I simply cannot see those tiny things, but other than that they were varied, clear and fun to do. The mini games ... not so much. I don't like them to begin with, but when I work to get them done just to find out I was doing them wrong is so frustrating. The instructions were just not clear for me. Thankfully I was playing the custom mode and the hint and skip buttons recharged quickly. I did like the story. I did get lost a time or two, but by the end I was caught up in it. Others go into depth about the story so I'll not do that here. This series has a bright future when they get all the kinks worked out. Try the demo for yourself. I did and that persuaded me to make the purchase.
Date published: 2019-06-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It has a scene with Big Ben in the back ground Your in London. They have Sherlock Holmes statues and pictures every time you turn around. The car is from the 1920's or 1930's. Did you see the elephant hedge? The scenes are dark and I had trouble seeing things. When I went to stop for the day I noticed it had a brightness setting and I tried it. It washed out the picture but at least you could see it. It only has 3 chapters. I only liked one puzzle and the skip takes too long at 15 sec. Zero seconds would be better. The hops are ok. The later chapters finding things in the truck or tool box didn't pull me in but turned me off. I like pretty list hops.
Date published: 2019-08-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Ms. Holmes: the monster of baskerville collectors additon Was not challenging, was boring and too short. Should not have wasted my money nor should you.
Date published: 2019-06-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from AT LEAST THE CE VERSION HAS MORPHS Completed CE Game approximately 4.5 hours (including all mini-games) (CE Bonus Chapter not accessible) Sherlock Holmes has been missing for 15 years and crime was at an all-time high, that is until Ms. Holmes stepped in to take advantage of the situation. We join Ms. Holmes on her most recent investigation of the Monster of Baskervilles. Don't get too excited about this "family curse" scenario because it only lasts one chapter before the plot jumps from point A to point Z which has nothing to do with the plot, and basically isn't even mentioned in the following 2 final chapters???? The next 2 chapters have a plot that's been done a thousand times before, a complete letdown, there's not even a "clue searching" feature scenario that you'd expect from someone who self-righteously claims to be equal to the late, great Sherlock Holmes. I take that back, the first chapter required me to find 3-4 tell-tale clues in a room, Hidden object style, and never used again. I didn't have to gather evidence and draw a conclusion either, I take that back too, twice I had to draw a line to connect the large dots in the correct sequence of events, boo~ring. The Hounds of Baskervilles turned into a cheesy monster, Mr. Sherlock Holmes turned into Ms. Sherlock Holmes, the Monster is completely dismissed, there's no who-dun-it sleuthing involved, there are no "brilliant deductions" made, there's just nothing about this new series that has anything special. Oohhh, a new series game available, how exciting. Even better, I read on the CE Strategy Guide that some of the CE collectibles require more than one visit before they show up, NICE! Unfortunately, all my excited anticipations wan as I muddle my way through the first chapter because the storyline is boring and moves at a snail's pace, not to mention the fact that Elephant games have so many cliche tasks and a billion emblems to place on just about everything. We have the standard missing gnome and missing zipper pull, items guarded by angry bees, ants marching single file across random items, glass that needs to be cut precisely with a 5-carat diamond that someone managed to lose (and I ditch it afterward?) the ole skeleton who refuses to hand over the goods until you replace missing jewelry (how bout giving it a 5-carat diamond?) Naturally, every box, fountain, fireplace, door, and drawer needs an Emblem and for some odd reason, whenever I replace the emblems on a wall, the entire section of bricks caves in, revealing a hidden cache. Was that the sole purpose of bricking up the wall, so that someone could replace the emblems to make it crumble?? My favorite sentence from Ms. Holmes was "The owner seemed to like everything with amulets of the motif shapes" (brilliant deduction Ms. Holmes) There are 10 main Hidden Object Scenes and 7 smaller Zoom Zone HO's (+6 CE Bonus Chapter) Most of the scenes are Interactive List Finds but there are also Swatch Finds (finding the are that matches the tile swatch) Morphing Object Finds, Silhouetted Shape Finds, Replace Item Finds, Spot the Difference Finds, Multiples of the Same Object Finds, and Uncovering Matching Pair Finds. You can earn Achievements during the smaller Zoom Zone HOP's but there are no alternate Games available to play instead of the HO's. There are 31 Mini~Games (+7 CE Bonus Chapter) Some of them were the exact one's offered in their last release, but for the most part, they are decent games. Below are brief descriptions of some of my favorite games: 1~Rotate 4 disk centers until the fragments join in a triangular shape and then rotate disk rings until the triangles fit correctly when you click the button. ?? 2~Select bottom arrows to rotate the central disk to pick up tiles and place them into their matching slots. ??? 3~Press arrows to move columns and rows until each row has tiles of the correct colors according to the clues on the board. ? The Collector's Edition Bonus Chapter may or may not be more entertaining than the main game, I wouldn't know because the game froze up once in the first chapter, a second time in the second chapter, and in the third chapter it completely shut down twice. I completed the final puzzle in the main chapter but during the final cutscene after the mini-game, it shut down again. This time it didn't recognize my progress, the hint feature didn't point to anything and when I opened up the final mini-game that I had already finished, the game could be completed again but there were no instructions this time and no skip feature. I completed the puzzle a second time but it doesn't do anything, therefore I can't access the Bonus Chapter because the game thinks I didn't complete the main game. I can tell you that it takes place over 8 scene locations and has 7 Mini~Games & 6 Hidden Object Scenes, and you will find the remaining 8 Puzzle Fragments (to complete the 4th and final jigsaw) 3 Character Bobble~heads, and 8 Morphing Objects according to the Strategy Guide. This Collector's Edition version has 10 Wallpapers, 8 Concept Art Pictures, 4 Music Soundtracks, 12 Replayable Mini-Games, 13 Replayable Hidden Object Scenes, 20 Achievements to Earn, 32 Zoom Zone Puzzle Fragments, 4 Fragment Jigsaw Puzzles (collect 8 puzzle fragments per puzzle) 12 Character Bobble~Heads, 24 Morphing Objects *Note: the some of the collectibles are non~linear and may require more than one visit to the scene before they become available* 3 Main Chapters +Bonus Chapter, and a Built~in Strategy-Guide
Date published: 2019-06-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Boring Disappointment I lasted 22 minutes of the CE demo. I kept thinking maybe I'm finding this boring because I don't feel well, or maybe it's the dark, dreary coloring of the scenes, or maybe it's doing all the same things I've had to do in too many other games like pick locks, find shaped keys, get rid of ants, use a magnet to retrieve something out of reach, and so on and so forth. Or maybe it's really because there was nothing to make me care about finding the missing characters or solving possible crimes. In 22 minutes there was no interaction with any other character beyond reading newspaper clippings, and the not-very-frightening monster who just went away after I hid in a shed. I was hoping to find a pure mystery game without any of the elements of fantasy (other than the monster who I'm guessing will turn out to be no real monster) we've had to suffer in so many recent games. This one isn't the one. Sorry Elephant.
Date published: 2019-06-21
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