Montgomery Fox and the Case Of The Missing Ballerinas

Montgomery Fox and the Case Of The Missing Ballerinas

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The ballerinas are gone, and the theater director is worried beyond measure! Are they still alive? Lazy Dog appears to be the prime suspect of this terrible deed, but did he act alone, or is someone else pulling the strings? There’s only one detective that can solve this mystery: the famous Montgomery Fox!

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  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 2048 MB
  • DirectX: 10.0
  • Hard Drive: 461 MB

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Montgomery Fox and the Case Of The Missing Ballerinas is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this Dev I have the 1st Montgomery Fox and this one is just as good. They are the devs that brought us the original Mortimer Beckett games (the best), so I can see the resemblance to the characters and artwork. It is a pretty straight forward hidden object game with a few puzzles thrown in.
Date published: 2021-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ONE OF THE BEST GAMES ON BIG FISH I purchased this game without playing the trial. I have the first one of the Diamond Necklace and played it 3 times already. This is by far the most enjoyable game on Big Fish. It is long, It is fun to play and it is a 5 star game and more. Love this game so much I was so excited to see it come out today.
Date published: 2021-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Nice Little Treat I really enjoyed the previous game and this one is also delightful. The little storyline line adds interest to the game. Last time we had the case of the missing necklace, this time we're searching for missing ballerinas. It's a relaxed game with no timer and no misclick penalties to fuss with. It's the same setup as before with very scant instructions, no extra options. All sounds can be muted so that should please a lot of folks. Find part of the magnifying glass which goes to bottom left of screen, the collectible items go to bottom right. The Hint Feature will definitely be used and it recharges quickly. The dialogue is easy-reading, it cannot be skipped, but there's not a huge amount. I never felt the urge to skip any of it. The hidden objects are list items. If unable to find the item in blue print, there are 3 other possibilities, click on the word until the right one pops up. The Zoom Zone doesn't automatically disappear as in other games, so some HOs might still be there. It's an extra little challenge that I enjoyed. The Zone is accessed by clicking on the little "bubbles". The map appears at beginning of game and the search starts at the Opera House, a big arrow at bottom left of screen will take you to the next level when all has been found. Progress will be lost if you leave a scene before completion, so don't exit too hastily. The graphics are colorful, big, bright and clear. There are just a few items at a time on the list and disappear as soon as they are found. I didn't come across any labels that were misleading which is a problem in some of the other hidden object games. The scenes were full but not cluttered which I appreciated. This cute little game looks like a "piece of cake" at first glance, but I did not easily find the HOs in spite of the bright colors and images that were not the typical tiny size. All seem to be hiding right there in plain sight, so the devs worked a little magic on this game to make it fun and challenging without everything blended into very dark areas as we know can be very frustrating. It is such a downside of many other HO games that I have played. Thank you devs for that extra little touch that makes such a big difference, at least for me. A journal keeps you posted on the activity, the achievements are displayed in Mr. Fox's office. There were no tech issues. The demo was fun. I think this game will appeal to most HO lovers, no matter the age. Not once was I bored, there are lots of things to find in enough levels to keep me busy for many hours. But I usually don't play through an entire game in one sitting so it will last even longer! I was happy to be unable to progress through the levels at an easy-peasy pace. The fun challenge is there, making this a worthwhile HO game and after the demo I was eager to purchase.
Date published: 2021-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Montgomery Fox and the Case Of The Missing Ballerinas I enjoy playing games through this developer and it makes a change to play a game that is similar to Sherlock Holmes
Date published: 2021-11-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Surprisingly Fun HOG I wasn't too sure about this game but I gave it a shot anyway. The verdict is that I like it! This is more akin to an old school HOG: it is very simple in execution and is predominantly made up of HO scenes with a minigame thrown in. During the trial period, which is what this review is based on, I did a bunch of HO scenes and one minigame. This game is a bit odd. For one, it seems really kiddish but it could be a rather dark storyline. The scenes are colorful and look large and uncluttered. There are only three words on the object list to find at any given time but even so, this game's HOs are not super easy. The objects are well-hidden, which is a big bonus in my view. There are even collectibles (parts of a magnifying glass in each scene) and a random object you put in the main character's office. This is a nice feature for an SE. One thing that shines for me is the HO scene artwork. It is very much like a 1950s detective story, complete with a lot of objects from the time. There are also some anachronistic elements, such as CDs and the like, but the overall feel is like this is not taking place in our day. I love the old cars! Why did I not give the storyline a 5 out of 5? I can't tell yet where it's going and I also found some typos in the fox's diary. I also took off one box for the fun factor due to the 'close-up' area of each HO scene continuously showing bright blue sparkles. If there's one thing I would like to ask of the devs is to have them be less glaring. I found them disconcerting, even rather annoying, for some reason. I also took into consideration in my final score the fact that one can't go back and replay scenes they might want to replay. I think that would be a nice addition to this game considering that if other players hit the 'hint' button as often as I did and want to redo a scene without any or they forgot to pick up one of the collectibles, they can't. Overall, I think this is a nice SE HOG and personally will be purchasing it.
Date published: 2021-11-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not too tough but fun HOG I got confused by some of the reviews as if they had the wrong game. This is a fairly straightforward HOG - not a puzzle - just a "find it" type. It isn't my favorite genre but this type is my favorite type if I'm going to play hidden object. Give it a try.
Date published: 2021-11-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from THIS MIGHT BE A 'KID-ORIENTED' GAME ,BUT SOME OF TH E HIDDEN OBJECTS WERE HARD TO FIND. AT LEAST FOR ME :) This game is geared towards, I would say, older children/young adults because some of the hidden objects were difficult to find. The 'HINT" button was my friend throughout the 30 mins that I played the game, and I kept wondering when the list for the items to find was neverending. The music was somewhat irritating, and I seldom have the music set where I can hear it in playing games because I find it irritating. The graphics were good, colors had a variety of palettes that fit the game perfectly. All in all, not a bad hidden object story to play, because I find it nearly impossible for me to find a decent game that Big Fish has to offer me that I would even consider wanting to play.
Date published: 2021-11-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from THIS ONE JUST MISSED THE MARK WITH HO-HUM SCENERY I loved the first Montgomery Fox game because the scenes were interesting and had lots of colors but these scenes are really boring! The locations in this second game seem very generic with the same "stock" images that most of the HOGs nowadays have and it was a big disappointment for me because I have looked forward to another Montgomery Fox episode from the developers who brought us the fantastic Mortimer Beckett series! Each of the 60 Levels has a section of a Magnifying Glass to locate (shown as a pictured item on the left side of the inventory bar) as well as a pictured Collectible Achievement (shown on the right side of the inventory bar) These collectibles show up as achievements in an old office after each HO level and has no wow factor whatsoever. Who cares about a Graduation Cap that sits on top of a garbage pail or a chocolate waffle sitting on a shelf? Getting on to the next HO scene seemed to take forever with no options to skip the boring stuff. The objects to locate are all Listed Items, shown 3 words at a time, with one item that requires you to click on the tab to change the listed word to the correct item available in each scene. Each Scene also has a Zoom Zone that sparkles and contains some of the Listed Objects. The Zoom Zone will not close once you have located all the objects. You can only play in a Relaxed Mode, there is no timer, no penalties for misclicks, or using the Hint feature. After playing a few Hidden Object Levels, you can play a puzzle or mini-game of some sort. I did enjoy some of these mini-games, particularly the one where you had to rotate U-shaped disks to roll a ball from one disk to the next until the ball reaches the end. You had to set up the pattern or the ball could go backward! Add some new features (or at least something besides magnifying glass parts) give me a skip option to quickly jump to the next HO scene, and go back to the really interesting scenes that were offered in the first game and I will be a happy detective once again! :) Stop by my new forum and have some fun! thewoodsforum.boards.net
Date published: 2021-11-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This is an OK game..Previous one was Very Good I am somewhat disappointed in this game as in my opinion it does not compare to the first game. The game play is nearly the same however the colors are not as vibrant the story line is not as compelling and the music is somewhat grating. Aside from that some of the objects are very well hidden, although some of them I could not tell what they were even after hitting the hint button. The fun factor of the 1st game is definitely missing from this one. It is not a horrible game, and I will recommend because it is a relaxing game. Give it a try!
Date published: 2021-11-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not my type of game I used a coupon for this and clearly should have tried the trial version first. I somehow had the impression that it would be a blend of puzzles and hidden object scenes but there are very few puzzles in this. If you like one hidden object scene after another, this might be the game for you.
Date published: 2021-11-23
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