Angelica Weaver, a detective on Chicago's Special Task Force, must use her renowned deductive skills to stop a present day killer. The only way for her to get ahead of this killer is to first identify a murderer who escaped justice over a hundred years ago. Angelica has the ability to connect with the dead. Through supersensory visions she is able to jump back and forth between crimes scenes on the streets of historic London and present-day Chicago where the victims reveal to her their final moments. Work with Angelica as she puzzles her way through the past and uses her insights to stop the pattern in the future in this hidden object puzzle adventure.Could have been a lot better game. The hint system looked great but wasn't that user friendly. Who is this person? The coda to the well-crafted story the very end of the main game was a shocker, too. Go back out to the street. There are three levels of difficulty, I did the hardest, but novice players can choose an easier level, there are also many hints available for those that need them in the form of dreamcatchers There are many puzzles and mini games, most are easy to average hardness but I was happy to see a handful of more challenging ones. Only complaint is that it seemed to end rather abruptly! Pull the lever J. Connect the symbols on the board according to the sequences shown in the picture on the right L — Q. The graphics were very good, the voice over was average, and so was the music. Examine the safe G. There was no map so a bit difficult to navigate and can be a bit dizzying but overall it was a very neat game. The graphics and vocals are very good and the HO scenes had both easy to find items and some not so easy; and they have interactive items in them i.
The hint system looked great but wasn't that user friendly. Go back to the left side of the platform. The animations are smooth, the characters aren't rendered like awkward dolls or bad Photoshop paint-overs, and the backgrounds are stunning. Press the red button to open the train doors G. An unequivocal 5 stars! I'm usually not one to back away from a challenge, but after two hours of play, I lost interest and moved on. Some of the puzzles were very clever. I can't give you any hints because that would be a spoiler, but I did love it. Go back upstairs. The graphics were very good, the voice over was average, and so was the music. Use the RAG to soak up some oil B. The main game is complete enough, but the Bonus chapter… well, just play it and come to your own conclusion. I highly recommend! When I have to go to another location, I have to click the hint button.
Half the time I didn't know how to use my inventory items. Examine the guitar case N. No fruit and vegetables in the bathroom? I highly recommend! Examine the base of the girder A. There are great scenes and some good mini-games but it's confusing. Comparatively challenging. Almost defeated the adventure. Yes, the story drove the game along, but there was plenty of "game" in the game. Pull down the seat B. Pull down the sun visor E. Could have been a lot better game. Go forward to the train station entrance. Scenes don't flow very well. Look through the doors on the right.
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I gave it a three star rating instead of the two stars that I was going to give it because of Spirits of Mystery: Family Lies graphics and story line. Enter the next train car. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by shorenuf from I really got Caught Up in this game… I totally enjoyed this game. Press the red button to open the train doors G. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by AngelQueen36 from Wonderful Really loved this game big fan of detectives, loved how it had objects to collect reason I bought the CE. Go upstairs. Examine the ground by the car M. Look Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist the seat on the right B. Go forward and examine the seats on the left A. The hint system looked great but wasn't that user friendly. I really enjoyed playing this game and will no doubt play again to better my achievement scores. I actually jumped at one point, which games never make me do. I am deleting the game because I just can't stand it anymore-- which is too bad because I liked it very much.
Thank you dev, for making this great game! Angelica Weaver and the city of Chicago enlist your help. It kept me interested all the way through, and the bonus was really a surprise. What motivation for the murders? I only recommend this game to those who like challenging HOGs. Examine the top of the door I. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by shorenuf from I really got Caught Up in this game… I totally enjoyed this game. I thought it was excellent in many respects. Play in Hardcore mode for the most challenge. Lots of tasks with interesting uses for inventory items. I played the casual mode because of the early reviews of this game - players finding it difficult to identify what and where the next event was to be. Left-click an exposed key to select it and then left-click another exposed key with a matching symbol to clear the pair. Almost defeated the adventure. If you are into getting achievements, you might be very tempted to play the game again -- several of them were based on the puzzles and mini games.
Examine the bomb E. If you need more challenge, more thinking, i recommend this one. I think if it would of stayed with the detective on a murder case in one time frame but different areas of the city etc An unequivocal 5 stars! Move Angelicaa the trash D. I like that the graphic is very clear and that it links with Jack the Ripper! Build-a-lot: On Vacation the box and push the red button B.