Delaware St. John: The Town with No Name

Delaware St. John: The Town with No Name

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Deep in the woods of northern Maine there lies a town, a town that has never been recorded on any map. For twenty years the town has stood vacant after all occupants vanished one fateful night. The voices have called to Delaware and as he explores the Town with No Name he comes to realize that the most important secret he's about to uncover is his own. Explore a mysterious city in Delaware St. John – The Town with No Name, a spooky Large File game.

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 292 MB

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Delaware St. John: The Town with No Name is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Gripping game, that will keep you on the edge of your seat ! This is a pretty spooky and at times a very fast paced game, if your looking for a game that makes your heart beat really fast and that keeps you on the edge of your seat , this is the game for you, I have brought 2 games of Delaware St John, this one and Midnight Manor. and at times, you have to get to a certain room as quickly as possible,not saying any more, you will have to discover that for yourself ! I love these games so much. Just about to buy the Seacliff Tradegy. Please Big Fish Games we need more games like this ;)
Date published: 2011-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Play and thrill! This game has a great atmosphere. Darkness, shadows, threats, spooks and mysteries will ensure your fun. No blood, no violence, no death: but there's fear just the same. Mysteries are not too difficult to solve but... keep ready to run! VIC system seems slow at first but... while advancing through the storyline it reveals to be useful. I love ghost stories and this is an attractive adventure game.
Date published: 2012-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Delaware is going places! I just finished both chapters of this game and I love it! The story line is great and even though you think you know what is going to happen I have a feeling a twist will come our way. playing POV is great and the "chase scenes" are fun as well. This is now my new favorite game. Thank you Sundancer! this game is a blast!
Date published: 2012-07-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent! I've had this game on disc for a while and am absolutely delighted that BFG brought it to my attention. Now it can be stored with them and I don't have to fiddle with loading and storing. This game is for those who love to solve thinking puzzles as there are no HO scenes. Although the graphics are static, the story line makes up for all of that lack of eye-candy. This is a good old fashioned, solve the mystery game.
Date published: 2013-02-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from That's Right. Not a Hidden Object Game! Pure Adventure! Gamers who scare easily should really not play this Delaware St. John 2nd in the series. The 1st was absolutely scary enough. Actually 2 games in one--The Town with No Name and The Orphanage. Okay, so you got the picture. Anything that is titled "The Orphanage" is simply unnerving. Minus the bells, whistles and marching band, game stands on it's own merit. Older version game with a story line as both stories are creatively interwoven. You'll just love Delaware, Kelly and Simon! They're here to help within the paranormal dimension. Enjoy! -Mama Mia-
Date published: 2015-06-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for fans of "Odd Thomas" Even though I had to go to tech support at first for the game crashing, it ended up being really fun once I got it to work.
Date published: 2013-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Truly Great Game I should note at the very beginning that this is an Adventure (not a Hidden-Object) game; and a wonderful visit it is back to the days when Adventure games were so common and fun. Before I go any further though, I should also note that this game is actually the second *installment* of a trilogy. Each of these installments is called a Volume, and is in fact a complete game in itself. So you don't have to play the first installment to enjoy this one, nor do you have to play the third one. However, there *is* a common thread - an underlying story, so to speak - that ties the trilogy together. So I, for one, would recommend that you do get all three installments (or “Volumes”), to get the most out of this very intriguing series. Turning to this particular game now... As soon as you click "New Game," you will find that it is actually divided into two parts (or "Stories," as the game calls them). You cannot play the second part/Story until you have finished the first one. I am not sure why the developers had to divide the game this way, because each part/Story is really short and the two could have been combined into a single whole. But they did it perhaps because there is a different and distinct focus in each part/Story. Thus, the first part (or "Story 1") is called "The Big Picture" and the second part (or "Story 2") is called "House of the Damned.” As I mentioned earlier, you have to play both parts ("Stories") to understand the whole game. As for the specifics... The overall storyline is really quite intriguing and, unlike many so-called horror games these days, actually scary. The gameplay is quite straightforward, with many clues and even a general hint system available to help you. Story 1 is especially quite straightforward and easy. There *is* one puzzle that might alarm you a bit though. It is a chase sequence that requires you to work rather fast to complete the puzzle. But it's really not that bad, once you have figured out where to go. What's more, don't worry about solving this puzzle in your first attempt, because the game will restart the puzzle automatically, without your having to reload a save. Note, however, that a similar “chase” puzzle in Story 2 is much harder to finish in time. So I would highly recommend looking up a walkthrough to solve it. However, you will find that *most* walkthroughs are quite unhelpful in solving this puzzle. One walkthrough even misstates that the puzzle depends on the number of right clicks, as if such clicks were all you needed to solve this puzzle. While you do need to click correctly, of course, the main requirement is speed – the more wrong clicks you make, the more time you lose; but even if you make all the right clicks, you can still fail if you are moving too slowly. So the one and only walkthrough that *I* would recommend is that by Big Fish itself. In particular, note where that walkthrough says how one of the steps can be omitted. Be sure to OMIT THAT STEP! That’s truly the best and least frustrating way to solve the chase puzzle in this story. [You are welcome.:)] Finally, I should add that you should not let that one chase puzzle discourage you from playing this game. It is truly a wonderful game, and I actually liked it better than even the first installment/volume. And I am sure you will enjoy it too. That is why
Date published: 2021-12-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty Good Game It is hard to find a game that is not "hidden Object" I like a game that makes me think. It has a good story line and if you have a fast speed internet connection it is worth the large file download. I am a "myst" gamer and I wish there were more games like that.
Date published: 2012-11-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Good Game for Ghost Hunters! BIG TIME GAMES and SUNDANCER managed, somehow, to pull off a pretty good "spook fest" using just a minimum of personnel. Granted, the graphics leave something to be desired, and there is really only ONE real person (Delaware St. John) seen in the game, nevertheless, there is an air of pervasive darkness and gloom, apparitions of spirits, and excellent timed chase sequences. The puzzles were super-easy, but that's a small detail. BIG TIME needs to develop a two or three character interplay in their games. If they do, they will be very big winners!
Date published: 2013-03-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Boring and slow OK, this game is better than their very first but it is still having the unskippable dialogue, credits and doors locked everywhere. Only very few places can be accessed and the rests are just dummy doors. The ghosts are not scary at the very least, they are bit stiff and the dialogues between Delaware, Kelly and Simon are just too much. Not to mention they cannot be skipped so you have to listen to it everytime if you click it in the same place. For just 30 minutes I encountered 20 locked doors. Inventory items almost non-existent and it's annoying to find out where they can be used. In conclusion: improvement than the first game but still lacking in charm.
Date published: 2015-07-19
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