Keys to Manhattan

Help Emily, a talented but poor artist, save her childhood home from being demolished and restore the house to its former glory! Explore gritty and glamorous locales all over Manhattan for cleverly hidden treasure and use the riches to complete the restoration process of her uncle`s once majestic townhouse. Find the Keys to Manhattan in this Hidden Object game, and discover where Emily`s uncle has disappeared to!

Looking for the objects with the constant highlighting of the objects gave me as well a headache. I recommend you try the free trial and make your own decisions, but I am buying it now! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by mrm from Unique Hidden Object Game Your Uncle has disappeared and you miss him terribly. This game gives u three objects at a time to find and they are set in little boxes at the bottom of the screen. Game Play: Each room will individually light up. It offers no additional challenges or options to make the game more difficult. As for the appeal of the Manhattan scenes, count me out. The objects within a scene are also repetitive and often the exact same items that are in the other scenes. I have only played the free trial so far, but I am enjoying it so much I intend to buy it and finish the game. The added fun of being able to "decorate" this dilapidated old house is also a major plus in my book! The graphics are okay and the objects are very had to find. I only played 2 scenes in this game and was bored.

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I have only played the free trial so far, but I am enjoying it so much I intend to buy it and finish the game. Placing furniture in each room is arbitrary. As for the appeal of the Manhattan scenes, count me out. It has great replay value and you won't be sorry if you purchase this game! Not for the avid HOG player! Click on the item's name and see what it looks like - this is extremely helpful. I cannot comment on the end of the story, but so far I find it intriguing and can't wait to see what happens Did he know he was going to leave abruptly I couldn't play it for more than half an hour without getting bored with it. Though could be a fun game for kids, if they don't mind the flickering. So many questions, so few answers to date, lo! I recommend you try the free trial and make your own decisions, but I am buying it now! Further complicating matters is that perhaps twice as many items pop up under the cursor as are actually on the list.


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Is he dead? Click on the keys and you Manhattn be presented with a screen of teeny tiny items scattered about and in the scenery. If you cannot find the object there is a "? This was a great leap from the same ole same ole HOGs where u search for the name of an object til u find it. Some are visible and some are like shadows. The scenes are complex and the list of objects Laruaville 8 find is long. Though could be a fun game for kids, if they don't mind the flickering. The storyline about a woman orphaned at a young age in search of the uncle who raised her is interesting. I couldn't aMnhattan it Kesy more than half an hour without getting bored with it. But there is Smash Frenzy 3 thinking involved-the game leads Mxnhattan by the hand. Sort of a soap opera. Why did he leave clues all over the place? Looking for the objects with the constant highlighting of the objects gave me as well a headache. I do encourage everyone to give this game a try. The story and idea was good but all those tiny items to find, popping up as the cursor went over them was tiresome.

No brain drain involved. So instead of using your eyes to find the objects, you must move your cursor all over the scene to find them. I do encourage everyone to give this game a try. Place it correctly in the room and it's on to the next "key". If you move too quickly, you won't see them. The constant flickering of the objects gave me a headache Far more interesting than the usual HOG Hope we can get more of them. That is not what attracted me to the game; I just like good HOGs. Further complicating matters is that perhaps twice as many items pop up under the cursor as are actually on the list. Don't waste your money. But, you are also a starving student and need to improve his home so you can save it. Is he dead? Click on that room and in several places around the screen you will see "keys". Sort of a soap opera. Why did he leave clues all over the place?

I'm not a big city Dream Cars and have no interest in New York. Upon finding all the items usually around 12a piece of furniture will appear. Almost impossible Keys to Manhattan see, you literally have to run your mouse across everything in the scene to see what's what and where things are. Not for the avid HOG player! Place it correctly in the room and it's on to the next "key". I only played 2 scenes in this game Trade Mania 2 was bored. I enjoyed it and highly recommend it to everyone. I only got past the first section when I deleted it. It is very easy to fly through this game in one extended sitting. Some objects you can see clearly and others you can't see at all till you move your cursor over and they pop up. There is a hint button but it takes a while to recharge. Looking for the objects with the constant highlighting of the objects gave me as well a headache. That is not what attracted me to the game; I just Liong: The Lost Amulets good HOGs.


The game ends with a kind of cliff hanger, hinting at a sequel which may or may not exist. I do encourage everyone to give this game a try. It has great replay value and you won't be sorry if you purchase this game! Placing furniture in each room is arbitrary. As for the appeal of the Manhattan scenes, count me out. Date published: But, you are also a starving student and need to improve his home so you can save it. Don't bother with the full version. So instead of using your eyes to find the objects, you must move your cursor all over the scene to find them. If you move too quickly, you won't see them. The scenes are complex and the list of objects to find is long. Place it correctly in the room and it's on to the next "key". I cannot comment on the end of the story, but so far I find it intriguing and can't wait to see what happens This game gives u three objects at a time to find and they are set in little boxes at the bottom of the screen. The added fun of being able to "decorate" this dilapidated old house is also a major plus in my book!

12 thoughts on “Keys to Manhattan

  1. Is he dead? But there is no thinking involved-the game leads you by the hand. I don't like not finishing a game but I just couldn't carry on with it.

  2. If you are off only a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of an inch, the item will not light up. It turned out to be nothing but HOGs but it was fairly relaxing with background music to fit each background i. Why did he leave clues all over the place? Almost impossible to see, you literally have to run your mouse across everything in the scene to see what's what and where things are.

  3. I only played 2 scenes in this game and was bored. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Snowview from different and fun This is a very strange game but worth playing as a break from the adventure clones. Enjoy playing the demo, but I would not advise buying the game. Don't waste your money.

  4. The constant flickering of the objects gave me a headache There is a hint button but it takes a while to recharge. Not for the avid HOG player!

  5. The objects within a scene are also repetitive and often the exact same items that are in the other scenes. Date published: It's like a hidden object game designed by someone who had never played one. This was a great leap from the same ole same ole HOGs where u search for the name of an object til u find it.

  6. If you cannot find the object there is a "? The added fun of being able to "decorate" this dilapidated old house is also a major plus in my book! If you are off only a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of an inch, the item will not light up. The story and idea was good but all those tiny items to find, popping up as the cursor went over them was tiresome.

  7. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Snowview from different and fun This is a very strange game but worth playing as a break from the adventure clones. Click on the keys and you will be presented with a screen of teeny tiny items scattered about and in the scenery. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Joreboji from I wish there were more like this!

  8. The added fun of being able to "decorate" this dilapidated old house is also a major plus in my book! Not for the avid HOG player! Placing furniture in each room is arbitrary.

  9. I much prefer to have all the items I need to find even if I have to scroll to see them on the screen at once. Date published: Hints are available and I used several, particularly for that last pesky item after spending a lot of time already with the scene.

  10. Placing furniture in each room is arbitrary. This game gives u three objects at a time to find and they are set in little boxes at the bottom of the screen. I only played 2 scenes in this game and was bored. So many questions, so few answers to date, lo! It is definitely an interactive game and items are easy to see.

  11. The scenes are complex and the list of objects to find is long. I also don't like that they only allow 3 items at a time on the screen. This was a great leap from the same ole same ole HOGs where u search for the name of an object til u find it.

  12. If you cannot find the object there is a "? I much prefer to have all the items I need to find even if I have to scroll to see them on the screen at once. For all the tiny-ness of the items and the diligence with which you must look for them, this was quite a relaxing game and I was disheartened when the game ended. The story was interesting but got bogged down near the end.

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