Blood Ties

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Help private detective Vicki Nelson solve a series of unexplained missing persons cases.


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  • Merscom
  • 8/7/2008
  • English
Help private detective Vicki Nelson solve a series of unexplained missing persons cases that appear to be connected to a secret society. Is the connection real? Vicki thinks so, and its up to you to help her, along with her friend Henry (a 450-year-old vampire) and assistant Coreen, to investigate the crime scenes and solve the mystery! Unearth hundreds of items in beautiful and unique locations throughout the city to discover the dark secrets behind this mysterious cabal.
  • Immersive environments.
  • Inspired by the TV series.
  • Hours of Hidden Object fun!


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  1. Try the demo first before buying.
    by jennifer gibson, Canada - Jul 25th 2009

    This is based on the TV show Blood Ties and features shots of the actors. Fans of the series would appreciate this game.

    Overall it was a bit dark in terms of mood/theme.

    I found the fonts in the search list hard to read, they were quite pixelly.

    This was a fast paced game, I was able to finish it in a few hours.

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  2. So-so...
    by Lance Tanaka, USA - Sep 13th 2008

    Not quite up to par with releases "James Pattersons Women's Murder Club" or "Agatha Christie's Peril At End House". Both of which are the high benchmarks for games of this type.

    Object finding is far too easy as items are virtually sitting out in the open. Little effort is required by the player. And sorely missed in Blood Ties are the fun 'mini-games', which transitions as bonus rounds in the other two games mentioned.

    Also, there's really no story to support the game. Each level is identical to the previous with no sense that the player is 'moving forward' to gain or work toward a substantive resolution.

    I suppose watching the tv show enhances the enjoyment. But as a standalone game, far too pedestrian with little payoff for the time spent.

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