Um estranho artefacto obsidiano leva Miranda a uma missão pelo Mundo Oculto, uma terra perdida no tempo e vislumbrada por lendas.
Análises de utilizadores: Positivas (22 análises)
Data de lançamento: 23 Set, 2011

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Prepara-te para uma fantástica aventura em The Clockwork Man: The Hidden World, um jogo único de Aventura e Objetos Escondidos! Junta-te a Miranda e ao seu melhor amigo, Sprocket, num conto fantástico através de um mundo paralelo vitoriano onde o vapor abastece a tecnologia.

Um estranho artefacto obsidiano conduz Miranda através da busca pelo The Hidden World, um local perdido no tempo e vislumbrado através das lendas. Munida de uma incessante sede pelo conhecimento, Miranda embarca na sua jornada — mas não está sozinha! Perseguindo persistentemente todos os seus passos, uma ameaça desconhecida fará tudo o que estiver ao seu alcance para desvendar a lenda para seu próprio benefício.

Funcionalidades-Chave

  • Explora deslumbrantes cenas deslocáveis e com zoom ajustável pintadas à mão!
  • Resolve inovadores e emocionantes puzzles!
  • Utiliza as engenhocas atualizadas do Sprocket, incluindo um sistema avançado de dicas progressivas!
  • Interage com personagens coloridas para avançares na tua demanda!
  • Desfruta de várias horas de jogo; duas vezes mais do que no primeiro!

Benefícios da Edição Ultimate

  • Um capítulo subaquático adicional!
  • Uma engenhoca adicional para o Sprocket: o Sonar!
  • Um modo de Jogo Livre com inúmeras horas de diversão com objetos escondidos!

Requisitos do Sistema

PC
Mac
Linux
    • SO: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processador: 2.0 GHz ou melhor
    • Memória: 1024 MB ou mais
    • Espaço no Disco Rígido: 260 MB
    • Placa de Vídeo: Placa de vídeo compatível com DirectX 8.0 ou mais
    • DirectX®: 8.0
    • SO: Versão OS X Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, ou mais recente.
    • Processador: 2.0 GHz ou melhor
    • Memória: 1024 MB ou mais
    • Espaço no Disco Rígido: 270 MB
    • OS: 32-bit Ubuntu 6+ or Fedora 6 / Open Suse 10.2 / Mandriva 2007 (Kernel 2.6, GLIB 2.4, GTK 2)
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz
    • Memory: 1024 MB
    • Hard Drive: 270 ΜΒ
Análises úteis de clientes
8 de 12 pessoas (67%) acharam esta análise útil
6.4 hrs em registo
The hidden world is a good name, this puzzle game should be hidden so it never sees the light of day. Like the last game, this game suffers from low resolution objects, objects that are a few pixels in size, and objects where clicking right on them may be a futile effort. Playing this game is similar to being locked out of your house while drunk take all your keys off your keyring throwing them wildly about then attempting to find and pick up your door key with your elbows.
The voice acting is very good, but the story isnt enough to keep anyone playing, in fact this game is good at putting you to sleep. Puzzles due to the low resolution, and being finicky, are just so tiring to complete making the game experience feel labored without satisfaction. There is no way to skip puzzles or solutions, or hints, or a guide in this game which can lead players stuck unable to finish the game.

Rating: 1/10 Value: $0.50
Publicada: 8 Julho
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2 de 3 pessoas (67%) acharam esta análise útil
14.4 hrs em registo
Quality hidden objects combined with a handful of interesting puzzles and a decent story. The voice overs are a mixed bag ranging from good to super annoying and the ending felt abrupt. Its a fairly short game, maybe 20 scenes but the hybrid of hidden object with puzzles I haven't solved 500 times before was nice and the scenes were all top quality and visually pleasing. The game offers "scrolling" and "zooming" scenes that let you pan around to find the required objects which I thought was a nice change.

Definitely worth a sale purchase if you enjoy the genre. Looking forward to playing the others and I hope there will be more.
Publicada: 2 Maio
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1 de 2 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
5.0 hrs em registo
What a lovely game!

A prematurely silver 21-year-old engineer named Miranada repeatedly and politely puts down any sexism against her from the male characters with her competence and confidence.

There's an adorable robot.

There's an adorable squirrel. The interactions with the squirrel made me nostalgic for the Ken and Roberta Williams days of the old Sierra King's Quest games. Very clever; great attention to detail.

The art is beautiful.

The puzzles are interesting and engaging.

For a Hidden Object Game, the plot is absolutely spectacular and the characters are rich and entertaining.

Great casual, low stress game for next time you're stuck in bed sick for the day.
Publicada: 10 Junho
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0 de 1 pessoas (0%) acharam esta análise útil
5.5 hrs em registo
This game is a big step up from the original Clockwork Man, but doesn't quite go far enough. It's more involved with the story and puzzle-solving, almost like a direct rip-off of the Samantha Swift series in that regard, but towards the end, you solve a series of rather challenging puzzles, then it just ends abruptly. The visuals are better this time around with limited animation in some scenes and more varied settings. If you're a huge fan of hidden object games and can get this really cheap in a sale, it's a "maybe", but I don't strongly recommend it. You're better off with Midnight Mysteries, Alex Hunter, and Samantha Swift.

While the adventuring aspect of the story is okay, I wasn't very fond of its morality. I think it's weird that a child-friendly hidden object game is making statements about how it's wrong to want to live longer and death is great. The first Clockwork Man's story did the same thing. I would've like to have seen more focus on its Steampunk elements than all the philosophizing about the human lifespan.
Publicada: 29 Junho
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6.8 hrs em registo
The game didn't display properly on my monitor, unlike every other Steam game I've purchased. Windowed mode made the game screen too small to view the hidden items.

The puzzles weren't too difficult (although they are un-skippable), and there is a good clue system.

Overall, the game felt a little short.
Publicada: 19 Junho
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10 de 10 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
3.3 hrs em registo
The Hidden World continues the story of Miranda Calomy and her clockwork-friend, Sprocket. Like its predecessor, the basic goal is to search a series of beautifully drawn scenes to find a bunch of hidden objects. However, the sequel increases the scope of the original, both in length and gameplay. Where the first game lasted maybe 2-3 hours, this one seemed a bit longer (maybe around 3-4 hours, depending on how slowly you take things). The interface and quality of the puzzles have also improved as well. This time, the puzzles are much more involved, and actually require some real thought at times! Amazing, I know. It's a nice improvement. However, with that change, one positive trait of the first game is now lost - the sequel is no longer kid friendly. Thinking back on it, there are probably a couple of puzzles in here that younger kids wouldn't be able to solve on their own (one involving classic works of literature springs to mind), and most of the puzzles are at least a bit more difficult overall. So, while the hidden-object scenes are still great for kids, they might need help with some of the puzzles that connect them. If you enjoy hidden-object games and are looking to fill a few hours with (mostly) mindless, casual fun, you'll probably like this. Again, my only issue against recommending this fully (assuming you like the genre), would be the price. I feel like it's on the higher end for what you get, even considering the potentially "endless" replay of randomized scenes. So, just take that into consideration when considering a purchase, or maybe wait for a sale. Otherwise, as with the first game, if you don't care for mindless hidden-picture games or puzzles, move along, there's nothing to see here.
Publicada: 26 de Novembro de 2013
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