Secret Investigations

Secret Investigations is an addictive and exciting multilevel game for all fans of detective stories, adventure and hidden object mysteries. A detective’s job requires certain skills such as logical thinking, paying attention to details and having a sharp eye for noticing clues. Test your detective skills by searching for hidden items relevant to the case. If you manage to find all the needed items and solve the mini puzzles, you are on your way to solving the case. Follow a thrilling plot that spans ten intricate cases, plenty of unique levels with picturesque scenery and quality graphics!

Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Misch1ef from Disappointing I enjoyed the first Secret Investigation game and I was pleased to see another one - however, a number of the scenes in this one are duplicates of the first, the scenes are reversed. The graphics are not on par with many other pure hidden object series. For a top secret clearance, a Single Scope Background Investigation SSBI is performed which includes all of the above, plus field interviews of references, checks of records held by employers, courts, and rental offices. If you're a perfectionist like me it will take you a while to jump each scene achieving the 3 stars. Once granted, your clearance could be revoked if the military later discovers you lied when filling out the forms. It is screen after screen of stuff to find. The scene locations have decent graphics, but the items themselves aren't proportionate, and often times aren't the same color, or even in the same position as pictured. They apply their specific guidelines to your case. Only buy if you want just HO. The government pays the cost of clearances for military personnel and civilian government employees. Field Interviews with References Investigators will do field interviews with the references you listed on the questionnaire and use them to develop more references to interview. Each scene has one item that is considered an Inventory Item and will automatically be placed in a box to the right of the Inventory box. There are limited hints available and bonuses eventually. By Rod Powers Updated July 31, A security clearance investigation ensures that you are eligible for access to national security information. Just HOS.

You can apply for these jobs if you don't have a clearance, but they will give preference to those who already have a security clearance. If you do not do so, the error or omission could be held against you during the adjudicative process. For confidential and secret clearances, they will do a National Agency Check NAC , which is a search of records held by federal agencies including the FBI and OPM, a Local Agency Check and a review of criminal history records , and a financial check of your credit record. I play to relax - not to be in a frenzy to try to "beat the clock" or have to replay a scene because I didn't get the "stars". You get a piece of the story between each puzzle. It was so boring it just didn't grab me at all I was bored to death. A periodic reinvestigation PR is required every five years for a top secret clearance, 10 years for a secret clearance, and 15 years for a confidential clearance. The options are still pretty basic, and once again, there are no Difficulty Mode options available, it's a Timed Game you play for points and try to obtain all 3 Stars. Having a security clearance can give you hiring preference with DoD contractors once you leave the military, as it saves them the expense of conducting one. Redeeming quality to me was the storyline about an inheritance. Looking on the bright side, if you enjoy this type of Timed Hidden Object Game, it has a great replay value because it has a thousand different scene locations, and each time you replay a scene the items to find are different. They apply their specific guidelines to your case. For confidential and secret clearances, applicants have to provide five years' of information; for top secret clearances 10 years of information is required. Too much dialogue , limited amount of HO on each level and some just blurred. This includes background investigations for military personnel, civilian personnel who work for DoD, and military contractors.


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You begin the game with 5 of each available Hint Booster, once those run out, you have to wait for the Booster to recharge after each use. Love Zombie Solitaire 2: Chapter 3 HO's find them relaxing. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Misch1ef from Disappointing I enjoyed the first Secret Investigation game and I was pleased to see another one - however, a number of the scenes in this one are Secrft of the first, the scenes are reversed. I'll pass, but you might like it. Your clearance could Secret Investigations denied if you conceal information. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by rosieroo from Disapointed Title says it all. Some of the items are different each time you replay a level, but because you just played the level, most of the objects are easily spotted the second visit. Not up to date in presentation ,very disappointedcould have been so much better. Additionally, it saves them time, as Project Rescue Africa don't have to wait for months for the new Investiggations to obtain a clearance, and begin to do the job they were hired for. No silly puzzle before moving on to next level. The graphics are not on par Secret Investigations many other pure hidden object series. The Investigation isn't really an investigation, it's a story progression in the form of Texted Dialog boxes by the character doing the so-called investigation, before the start of each HO level and usually very Secret Investigations. Even the storyline of solving the crimes is quite bland. Your references will be asked questions about your character and whether you should be given access to classified information or assigned to a sensitive position. Just because you have a secret clearance, doesn't mean you would have access to all secret Secrte in the military.

You get a piece of the story between each puzzle. My description is pretty spot on. If you're a perfectionist like me it will take you a while to jump each scene achieving the 3 stars. Adjudicators are not the final authority. You begin the game with 5 of each available Hint Booster, once those run out, you have to wait for the Booster to recharge after each use. Life is on "full speed ahead" why not let us enjoy a little down time! I play to relax - not to be in a frenzy to try to "beat the clock" or have to replay a scene because I didn't get the "stars". You are given ample time to find the Pictured Items in the beginning because there are only a handful of items to find in about two and a half minutes, but after the "breaking in period" you soon realize time is not on your side as you're left scrambling to find several items at a break-neck speed. The options are still pretty basic, and once again, there are no Difficulty Mode options available, it's a Timed Game you play for points and try to obtain all 3 Stars. Just because you have a secret clearance, doesn't mean you would have access to all secret information in the military. In addition to the above, some classified information is so sensitive that even the extra protection measures applied to Top Secret information are not sufficient. Approval or Disapproval of Security Clearance Each military service has its own adjudicator that receives the information from DSS and decides whether to grant the security clearance. You will not believe how long this game is. Some of the items are different each time you replay a level, but because you just played the level, most of the objects are easily spotted the second visit. A nice change.

Each scene has one item that is considered Secret Investigations Inventory Item and will automatically be placed in a box to the right of the Inventory box. I thought the investigation would have me searching each room in the creepy manor filled with things that go bump in the night, but that just wasn't the case. The Sad part of it all is the minimal time given to find objects! Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Misch1ef from Disappointing I enjoyed the first Secret Investigation game and I was pleased to see another one - however, a number Sweet Kingdom: Enchanted Princess the scenes in this one are duplicates of the Secret Investigations, the scenes are reversed. But in each one you have to apply one of your 'found' items interactivley back into the scene you found it in to get one of the other items. Instead, they chose odd locations that I could sware were the same scenes from the other Secret Investigations games. Options are Sound, music Travel Riddles: Mahjong Full Screen. Once granted, your clearance could be revoked if the military later discovers you lied when filling out the forms. Rated 5 out of 5 by pinkiii from Love this game It is, what it is, a lovely HO game. That's why contractors often advertise for applicants who already hold a valid clearance. No silly puzzle before moving on to next level. What's good? Once it is determined that a military member requires a security clearance because of assignment or job, they complete a Security Clearance Background Investigation Questionnaire. In other cases, the job itself may not require a security clearance, but the particular location or unit that the person is assigned to would require giving access to classified information and material. For a top secret clearance, a Single Scope Background Investigation SSBI is Secret Investigations which includes all of the above, plus field interviews of references, checks of records held by employers, courts, and rental offices.


The scene locations have decent graphics, but the items themselves aren't proportionate, and often times aren't the same color, or even in the same position as pictured. If you like hidden object games, you'll love this one. The third Booster Freezes the Timer. Only buy if you want just HO. There is a Star Meter on the top-right side that shows 3 Gold Stars that slowly turn silver fades vertically, for example, the left side of the star will be gold, the right side silver at the halfway mark Even if the star has just a tip of gold remaining you will earn that star in its entirety. You will not believe how long this game is. You get a piece of the story between each puzzle. Continue Reading. Not up to date in presentation ,very disappointed , could have been so much better. But the law requires that contractors pay most of the costs of obtaining clearances for their employees. To have access to classified information, you must possess the necessary two elements: A level of security clearance, at least equal to the classification of the information, and an appropriate "need to know" the information in order to perform your duties. There are limited hints available and bonuses eventually. Once your clearance expires, you will have to have present or pending duties to get it renewed.

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12 thoughts on “Secret Investigations

  1. I would not recommend it at all. Additionally, it saves them time, as they don't have to wait for months for the new employee to obtain a clearance, and begin to do the job they were hired for. Date published: For confidential and secret clearances, applicants have to provide five years' of information; for top secret clearances 10 years of information is required. They had a golden opportunity to pique my interest, but the scene locations were boring and scenes into the demo I completely lost interest.

  2. You may need one of these levels of security clearance to hold different jobs in the military and with civilian contractors. Field Interviews with References Investigators will do field interviews with the references you listed on the questionnaire and use them to develop more references to interview. There is a Star Meter on the top-right side that shows 3 Gold Stars that slowly turn silver fades vertically, for example, the left side of the star will be gold, the right side silver at the halfway mark Even if the star has just a tip of gold remaining you will earn that star in its entirety. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Misch1ef from Disappointing I enjoyed the first Secret Investigation game and I was pleased to see another one - however, a number of the scenes in this one are duplicates of the first, the scenes are reversed.

  3. The interviews are wide-ranging with questions about your activities, job history, education, family, finances, drugs , alcohol problems and any police encounters. Life is on "full speed ahead" why not let us enjoy a little down time! If you like hidden object games, you'll love this one. It was different everytime. That includes sealed records, juvenile records, expunged records and medical records.

  4. You get a piece of the story between each puzzle. It will be the one that sits on my desktop for times of just wanting to do nothing much. There is a decent hint setup.

  5. For confidential and secret clearances, they will do a National Agency Check NAC , which is a search of records held by federal agencies including the FBI and OPM, a Local Agency Check and a review of criminal history records , and a financial check of your credit record. Date published: Options are Sound, music and Full Screen. Even the storyline of solving the crimes is quite bland. It will be the one that sits on my desktop for times of just wanting to do nothing much.

  6. You begin the game with 5 of each available Hint Booster, once those run out, you have to wait for the Booster to recharge after each use. If you love hidden object games this one is fantastic. Continue Reading. I would just keep an eye on the third star and when I knew I wasn't going to finish the level before losing a star, I would click the exit tab and restart the level. For confidential and secret clearances, they will do a National Agency Check NAC , which is a search of records held by federal agencies including the FBI and OPM, a Local Agency Check and a review of criminal history records , and a financial check of your credit record.

  7. Looking on the bright side, if you enjoy this type of Timed Hidden Object Game, it has a great replay value because it has a thousand different scene locations, and each time you replay a scene the items to find are different. In other cases, the job itself may not require a security clearance, but the particular location or unit that the person is assigned to would require giving access to classified information and material. There are limited hints available and bonuses eventually. Sometimes had to do over 3 or 4 times, but that adds to the challenge. A nice change.

  8. Many military jobs require access to classified information, regardless of where you are assigned. Once found, you have to drag the inventory item to its logical counterpart, within the scene itself, to complete the task, such as finding a palette to paint a tribal shield. But the law requires that contractors pay most of the costs of obtaining clearances for their employees. I thought the investigation would have me searching each room in the creepy manor filled with things that go bump in the night, but that just wasn't the case.

  9. A periodic reinvestigation PR is required every five years for a top secret clearance, 10 years for a secret clearance, and 15 years for a confidential clearance. There are limited hints available and bonuses eventually. Approval or Disapproval of Security Clearance Each military service has its own adjudicator that receives the information from DSS and decides whether to grant the security clearance.

  10. It was so boring it just didn't grab me at all I was bored to death. It could have been the Perfect HOS Each scene has one item that is considered an Inventory Item and will automatically be placed in a box to the right of the Inventory box.

  11. The graphics are not on par with many other pure hidden object series. My description is pretty spot on. The Investigation isn't really an investigation, it's a story progression in the form of Texted Dialog boxes by the character doing the so-called investigation, before the start of each HO level and usually very brief. Big mistake rushing the game Many military jobs require access to classified information, regardless of where you are assigned.

  12. The Investigation isn't really an investigation, it's a story progression in the form of Texted Dialog boxes by the character doing the so-called investigation, before the start of each HO level and usually very brief. You'll also be subject to an interview with an investigator. This is a very uninspiring game, but I didn't 'dislike' it.

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