Detective Notes: Lighthouse Mystery Solitaire

Detective Notes: Lighthouse Mystery Solitaire

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In this clever solitaire mystery game, follow Mark and his sister Lily as their lives are upended when they learn of their father’s mysterious disappearance! After hurrying home, they team up with a detective to help them start the search.

However, during their investigation, they'll come to learn that their father's disappearance is only the tip of the iceberg. As they delve deeper into the mystery, someone tries to divert them, leads become tangled and too many people fall under suspicion. You’ll have to put your detective skills to the test to stay on track and find their father. But that's not all...

Complete 200 solitaire layouts of varying difficulties, find clues in 20 hidden object levels, discover stories that were hidden away years ago, and solve the mysterious crime!

  • Solve a mysterious disappearance!
  • Fun mix of solitaire and hidden object
  • Beautiful hidden object scenes
  • In-game boosts and helpers
  • Complete challenges, earn trophies and awards!

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 484 MB

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Detective Notes: Lighthouse Mystery Solitaire

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Detective Notes: Lighthouse Mystery Solitaire is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What's Up With All The Bad Reviews? I have stopped writing reviews, but I couldn't let this one slip by. Because of the bad reviews, I almost didn't try this game and I would have missed out on an excellent solitaire/hidden object game. I don't understand all the whining about the numbers on the cards. Yes, they are different but definitely readable. The hidden object scenes are clear and crisp. My only complaint is that I wish there were more. You get one HO scene for every 10 solitaire games played. My suggestion is to at least try it. Doesn't cost anything to try it. And who knows -- maybe you will find a hidden treasure just like I did.
Date published: 2021-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Detective Notes: Lighthouse Mystery Solitaire I enjoy playing games through this developer and every time they do a detective game it always makes a change to play one rather than the bog standard style that I keep playing
Date published: 2021-02-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I KIND OF MISS THE MORPHING BOOSTERS THIS DEVELOPERS USUALLY OFFERS Normally I am ecstatic whenever this particular developer releases a new Solitaire game. I have purchased every game they develop and I've yet to be disappointed. I still liked Detective Notes, but it just didn't thrill me because they opted to do away with those infamous morphing boosters, a feature I absolutely love! My custom cursor didn't budge unless I held down on the right mouse button so I had to disable the custom cursor, which wasn't an issue until I played the HO scene where I had to blindly find a zoom zone when the cursor didn't automatically change, then when I clicked the zoom zone, the custom cursor magically appeared again and I had to go back to the main menu to disable the cursor again. I also wasn't a fan of the card font graphics which was a gothic style font that made it difficult to figure out what some of the numbers actually were. I did enjoy the "detective" missing person, whodunitandwhy, theme because the story is quite interesting. ? You can choose from 4 Card Graphic Styles and 2 Font Styles (a large font & a themed font) and you can choose to play as Mark or Lily as well as a Casual, or Advanced difficulty Mode. There are 11 Trophy Achievements, 8 Extra Stories (Character Bios) 10 Wallpapers, 200 Solitaire Levels, and 20 Hidden Object Scenes, available after completing 10 solitaire levels. This is a Higher/Lower Solitaire Game and the goal is to earn all 3 Stars (levels can be replayed) You will earn 3-stars if all cards are removed, 2-stars if 1-2 cards remain, and 1-star if 3-4 cards remain, 0-stars if 4 or more cards remain. Combos start at 6 cards to increase the Index Multiplier Bar, and each level gives you 1 Undo. As you progress, you will earn Jokers and number-specific Wildcards. A single click will add them to the pocket for later use, but the slot only allows for 4 cards so once full, the cards on the board will be played when clicked upon. Jokers & Wildcards can also be purchased in the Shop with the coins you earn, you can also purchase a deck card counter and upgrades to the Four Power-up Cards. The Power-up or Booster Cards will help you as you progress and each card can be upgraded x2 by purchasing in the shop with the coins you earn. *Clue Search Booster: changes the card in the deck to a useful card. *Dead Eye removes any selected active card. *Double Tap: randomly removes 2 cards from the board. *Cover the Tracks: shuffles all cards on the board. Obstacles Cards are added to the mix after a couple of levels such as Handcuffs that require uncovering and playing the Key Card, and Chained Cards that require the card to be played twice, once to remove the chain, a second time to remove the actual card. Normally, this developer adds morphing bonuses to the cards that give you extra cards, flips over face-down cards x2, or adds coins when the card is played. This feature is one of my favorite features in a solitaire game, it was a unique feature and the reason I fell in love with solitaire games by this developer! I switched to the Casual Mode because I just couldn't get any cards that I needed but that didn't seem to matter, I would still click through 10 or so worthless deck cards before I'd get a card that was usable and by that time, I was running low on deck cards and I would lose the level. The Casual Mode was a little easier because you get more cards, but this isn't a cakewalk solitaire game and you will probably have to replay levels to get a perfect score! I actually don't mind this part, if you win every level easily the game can get boring after a few chapters. The bottom line is that if you don't mind the fact that they don't have the morphing bonuses, this is a decent Solitaire game with a really good missing person, Detective-plot to solve, not to mention that you get to play a Hidden Object Scene to break up the monotony after a few solitaire hands. Join me at my new forum to talk about this game and so much more @ thewoodsforum.boards.net
Date published: 2021-02-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Definitely Better Than This Month's Other Solitaires It has an interesting missing person story and the extra content is a fun relief from the tedium that can occur even when we love the game. I like all the features, the obstacle cards add a little extra challenge and bonuses are good, but I do not care for the card backs and fronts. They are unattractive and some of the numbers are hard to make out. This minor issue did not effect the fun, of course. I like this relaxed style of solitaire but it does present it's challenges and the bonuses are nice to have on hand. Having 200 levels, 20 HOs and some trophy achievements to earn, I find this solitaire lots of fun especially with the detective story attached. I played as Lily in the demo, trying the Advanced Mode, but will most likely continue in Casual. I'm not sure but I think you get more cards in Casual Mode. Even if that's true, it doesn't alleviate my efforts by much, to achieve a perfect score. And that's exactly how I like it. A good challenge without the hair-pulling experience. I enjoyed the demo and bought game.
Date published: 2021-02-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A step backwards for me I normally love this developers games but this is not up to their norm in my opinion. Apart from the fact that the card fonts were not as clear as per normal, straight off I was put off that I had to pay 4700 to see how many cards I had left which on other games from this developer you could see straight away how many cards you had left. For me that was very off putting and yes I know you can buy this feature but not in my demo time and even the dev that can't be named gives you this feature without any charge. So for me I am not going to purchase this however it is a good game with a good story and they do try and change their games which I admire them for that but please make your fonts more pleasing on the eye.
Date published: 2021-02-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Could Be So Much Better I don't know why the Devs always put big black borders top and bottom of games. I use a large monitor and it's a real pain particularly when it chops off words. This could be a much better game. The main annoyance is that you can't turn off the tutorial. I don't need to know all this info. If I get stuck then I will read the help if there is one. The jury is still out on whether I buy this or not which is a pity because the solitaire offers to date have been awful.
Date published: 2021-03-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I just can't make out the numbers I try every Solitaire game that comes out so jumped at this. The opening graphics and storyline appeared promising. However, as I began to play I became more and more irritated by NOT BEING ABLE TO MAKE OUT THE NUMBERS ON THE CARDS very easily. I was making mistakes because I read for example the 9 for a 4 or the ace. I did try both card face options but each was as bad. Also the the choice for the back of the cards was pretty dreary. Too tedious for me to bother with so I won't buy it. And yes - I had my glasses on!
Date published: 2021-02-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Why make the fonts unreadable? I don't normally write reviews, but I booted this game up to try and the card fonts are SO hard to read. I do have a severe visual impairment, which is partially why I play a lot of solitaire games, so this is very important to me. It absolutely drives me nuts when I have to stare at one card for 5-10 seconds to figure out the number. Why do developers think they have to make the fonts so fancy and horrible?
Date published: 2021-02-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Boring and very tedious I could not even bring myself to finish the demo. It is so boring and tedious and the graphics seem so 'yesterday'. Not for me
Date published: 2021-02-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Don't waste your money on this card game. The fonts are awful to read. You have to play a hand so many times to finally win. There are few options to get wild cards, or other items that help you win as you play through the game like in most games. The numbers make you think carefully or you will miss a move. One undo per hand is not enough for casual play going fast or even slow with bad fonts. I bought it and consider it money wasted now that I own it. Try it and decide for yourself. Maybe you will like it. I didn't.
Date published: 2021-03-15
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