Hidden Files: Echoes of JFK

One of the best kept secrets in all history is about to be revealed! After meeting with the president, FBI Director Edward Castle needs your help for this TOP SECRET assignment. Take on the role of Special Agent Jane Sully. Your investigative talents and attention to detail will be your most valuable weapons in this high-risk investigation. Shed some light on the murky circumstances surrounding the death of journalist Jack Olsen, who was investigating the assassination of the famous 35th President of the United States.

There is no voice over, graphics are mediocre, music annoying and not fit for game. The hint shows that is the one needed and there is not another. FBI agent Jane Sully, must now investigate this accident which seems to be no accident at all, has Jack Olsen been murdered? JFK apparently purchased an emergency stock of cigars before issuing an embargo upon Cuba Coober Mini games were less abundant but actually aren't that bad, such as swapping sections of wave length lines on three different sections so that the wave lengths made a continuous and connected line. Not one of my favorite features. If you think you are an expert then please try to help others with their questions. Your Question. The hidden object sections on display here are highly challenging, even for old hands at this type of thing, although the other puzzles are lacking in difficulty, imagination and variety. It could have been a good game but this version of the JFK story turns it into a farce. There is so much bad and zero good, this review is going to be short. My only question would be, does that mean the factoids are fictional or non fictional? This game is awful. With the quality of games out there now, this game should not have been contracted by BFG. No voice overs, only "talking" heads that look like ventriloquists dummies. Set a specific, clearly defined question and let other gamers answer your question or view answers to previously asked questions.

If you think you are an expert then please try to help others with their questions. In terms of interface, the game also delivers, with a touchscreen set-up that is suitably precise and responsive and which makes picking out that final, hair-pullingly elusive sheep a simple enough matter. Nothing More I found all pieces except one ch Set a specific, clearly defined question and let other gamers answer your question or view answers to previously asked questions. It was the feel and flow of the game that made me run as fast as I could. Just another bad attempt at a point and click that bites the dust. So it was that I approached Hidden Files — Echoes of JFK with interest, wondering if it would live up to my expectations and provide a suitably challenging and gripping experience while providing a bit of insight into what really happened on that infamous grassy knoll. There are a ton of Hidden Object Scenes, they are all list finds, but you have to open up several drawers, cabinets and boxes to find all of the items. No other comment is necessary. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Interesting Story But Uninteresting Gameplay Jack Olsen was a journalist who died in a fatal car accident while investigating the JFK assassination for an upcoming 50th anniversary article. There is so much bad and zero good, this review is going to be short. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by petergee from Why can't you give zero rating? Storyline seemed ok in the beginning, but fell flat fast.

Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by AngelFire from Not worth it The graphics are slow and seemingly outdated, the game runs slow, and any interest I may have had in solving this case which looked good and drew me in as soon as I saw it has been driven right out of me. The fact that BFG offered this to their members is surprising, and a waste of our time. Just horrible! As the plot unfolds through your inquiries, various shady characters are encountered, lushly detailed environments are explored, and badly lip-synced cutscenes are laughed at with alarming regularity. Very disappointing. Storyline seemed ok in the beginning, but fell flat fast. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Interesting Story But Uninteresting Gameplay Jack Olsen was a journalist who died in a fatal car accident while investigating the JFK assassination for an upcoming 50th anniversary article. No voice overs, only "talking" heads that look like ventriloquists dummies. From: Spots77Posted on: I am stuck at the find objects picture in the office after returning from the searched home wih the fingerprint. This is a click and drag style game allowing you to zoom into any section of the scene, even the inventory items you use have to be dragged to the desired location, you cannot simply click on the item and then click again to use that item. Speaking of which stories not tea boys , the ending comes rather too suddenly, going out with a whimper rather than a bang, and is likely to leave players nonplussed and wondering what all the fuss was about. ESRB: Not Set Submit Cheats If you know cheat codes, secrets, hints, glitches or other level guides for this game that can help others leveling up, then please Submit your Cheats and share your insights and experience with other gamers. It was the subject matter and the investigative ability that drew me in. My only question would be, does that mean the factoids are fictional or non fictional? This game is awful.

6 thoughts on “Hidden Files: Echoes of JFK

  1. No map, no hovering over something and getting a popup telling you what it is, no voice-over, no direction, no list of quests or any idea what you are to do next. Speaking of which stories not tea boys , the ending comes rather too suddenly, going out with a whimper rather than a bang, and is likely to leave players nonplussed and wondering what all the fuss was about. From: Shivering SandsPosted on: How do you fill up bottle with water bottle in the lab Personally, I wouldn't even use a credit on this game, perhaps the game improves as you progress.

  2. JFK apparently purchased an emergency stock of cigars before issuing an embargo upon Cuba Coober Mini games were less abundant but actually aren't that bad, such as swapping sections of wave length lines on three different sections so that the wave lengths made a continuous and connected line. Just horrible! I would not recommend wasting your time even playing the free trial.

  3. From: AnnaPosted on: Not able to pick up magnifying glass in the desk scene back at the office. While those factors may be overlooked once in a while, this has all three in your face in one game. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by AngelFire from Not worth it The graphics are slow and seemingly outdated, the game runs slow, and any interest I may have had in solving this case which looked good and drew me in as soon as I saw it has been driven right out of me. I wish I could give it a 0!

  4. I did like the difficulty of the hidden object scenes. Very disappointing. Storyline seemed ok in the beginning, but fell flat fast.

  5. Set a specific, clearly defined question and let other gamers answer your question or view answers to previously asked questions. Antiquated graphics and engine make it so frustrating that you give up before getting anywhere near the demo time limit. Personally, I wouldn't even use a credit on this game, perhaps the game improves as you progress.

  6. While those factors may be overlooked once in a while, this has all three in your face in one game. Just another bad attempt at a point and click that bites the dust. Just horrible!

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