When a series of gruesome murders shake a small town after a strange aristocrat dies and his body goes missing, rumors of a supernatural monster abound. In life Sir William was known to be a cruel and evil man, rumored to be the murderer behind many unsolved crimes.
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Cuando una serie de dantescos asesinatos sacuden un pequeño pueblo tras la muerte de un extraño aristócrata cuyo cuerpo ha desaparecido, se desatan numerosos rumores sobre un monstruo sobrenatural. En vida, Sir William era conocido como un hombre cruel y malvado, se rumoreaba que era era el autor de varios crímenes y asesinatos sin resolver. Pero ahora que está muerto, esta nueva oleada de crímenes tiene a toda la aldea temblando de terror, hasta el punto de que algunos habitantes ya han huido. La policía local está fuera de sí y no han hecho ningún progreso en la resolución de los crímenes. El detective Briscol, un hombre de lógica y principios, y Timothy Moor, un inmigrante pobre convertido en un ladrón de poca monta, forman una peculiar pareja para resolver estos terribles crímenes. Alternando entre los dos papeles, los jugadores deberán investigar estos extraños sucesos y revelar gradualmente un oscuro secreto.

Características principales:

  • Experimenta el apasionante misterio de los asesinatos desde perspectivas diferentes.
  • Más de 80 lugares para explorar.
  • Más de 25 personajes con los que interactuar.
  • Gráficos con calidad cinematográfica.
  • ¡Una historia que NUNCA OLVIDARÁS!

Requisitos del sistema

    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows 7 / Vista / XP SP 2
    • Procesador: Single Core a 2.5 GHz
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Gráfica 3D con 128 MB de VRAM (GeForce 6600 / Radeon 9600 o superior)
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9.0c o posterior
    • Disco Duro: 3 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX
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A 9 de 9 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
8.0 h registradas
Publicado: 16 de enero
A very good game with great graphic style. The gameplay based on the classic click'n'point interaction and almost all puzzles are inventory based. The voiceovers are all fine except Tim who sounds a bit... dull. Almost all his voiceovers are done in the same tone so it sounds a bit out of place at some points.

The game will be easy for any player that usually plays these type of games and you can easily finish it in 5-7 hours. The story is good - it starts slowly but it picks up later with all the murders. Even though I've read most of the reviews for this game, and even though they all gave it a pretty bad score - the game really is good.

However - the end of the game is really rushed. It does make sense, but the way it's presented is far from what it should be for this type of game. Also - you'll spend the last 30min of gameplay just going from location to location in a very speedy way because (i guess) devs ran out of time or money to make it interactive. The story at that point just rushes up till the point where the detective literally explains everything to you, what was really going on and who was behind the murders. The bad thing about it is that most of the info was never present in the game, or was mentioned very vaguely.

All in all - it's a good game and I recommend it to all adventure lovers
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A 18 de 20 personas (90%) les ha sido útil este análisis
7.5 h registradas
Publicado: 16 de julio de 2014
This is not a yes, it's at best a "maybe". If it's discounted and/or you're a big fan of slow, linear point&click adventures of the detective mystery variety, and if you come to it with low expectations, it can offer you some entertaining hours.

It's obviously a low budget game, technically lacking, very linear, quite old-fashioned, with logical puzzles that offer zero challenge but also zero frustration. And I use the world puzzles very liberally here, most of the time you point, you click, the story moves on. It is also very sloooooow. Seriously, everything is slow: the story, the movements of the characters, the time it takes for clicks to register - this is one for people with patience, and if you can't deal with that stay well away, you'll hate it.

The overall atmosphere is probably the best part of this game. The other big positive for me is the attempt to describe the detective process in a relatively "realistic" way for the police detectives of the era, or at least their fictional counterparts. I found the characters entertaining, however they're both rather antiheroes than heroes, and not always portrayed in a positive light, and I expect not everyone will like that. The visuals are allright and fit the mood, the sound is barely there but not annoying and the voice acting is decent enough for this kind of budget. The story itself isn't good, isn't bad. Imagine a paperback period detective mystery, a bit of a guilty pleasure with no real substance. However, the ending is bafflingly unfulfilling. The game ends very abrubtly right in the thick of things - I actually thought I hit a bug. That alone may have warranted a downvote, but truth be told I had very low expectations of this game, and the hours I spent with it were pleasurable, so my approach was... oh well, I had fun while it lasted.

Conclusion: There are tones of better point & clicks out there. But if you like these types of games and get it cheap, this is not a bad way to spend a relaxed summer afternoon. Think cold drink in one hand, mouse in the other, minimal thinking required. ;)
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A 19 de 25 personas (76%) les ha sido útil este análisis
7.0 h registradas
Publicado: 27 de noviembre de 2013
Just finished it and I wanted to warn people that want to buy this game.

I would not consider this game "good" but decent. It could easily have been a great title but there are many things very wrong or badly done (mostly because of budget I suppose) like the cinematics and certain animations that are "lifeless" and feels very awkward. But in a point-and-click it isn't a main problem, what you want is a good narration and some mystery to solve. And it delivers in that regard with some really good design of places at the 19th century. I was surprised at how invested I was after a couple hours but that's mostly because I love this style of game and can put aside any type of gameplay to focus on the story. Which has many problems and holes (again probably budget) but still holds up for a decent story.

I still recommand this game but certainly not for 20$ and certainly not to anyone. You must be very patient and already like this style of game. It is better after the first hour but don't expect too much. You should almost buy this with an intent to know how can this type of game can go right and wrong as it is very obvious in this one.

I would say up to 5, maybe 10$ it isn't a steal, but only if you know what you're getting into.
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A 10 de 13 personas (77%) les ha sido útil este análisis
25.0 h registradas
Publicado: 22 de abril de 2014
Just finished this game. I'm a fan of slow point and click games and I must say, I really enjoyed its classic feel and realstic detective approach. most "gamers" wont like this game, but it offers a great story and enviroment, which is what I play games for. That ending sure was unsatisfying doe
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A 5 de 6 personas (83%) les ha sido útil este análisis
8.0 h registradas
Publicado: 28 de junio de 2014
I recommend playing through this game but be prepared for a really lame and disappointing ending.

This game plays like Still Life. It's not a puzzle point-and-click, it's a murder mystery, with evidence to collect and use. You play as two different characters, providing two different points of views and adventures. The voice acting was well done, the story (for most of the game) was interesting and engaging, and the difficulty of the game was minimal.

I'm also not a fan of the title and cover art... it's very misdleading. I kept waiting for it to make sense, and in my opinion, it never did.
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