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The Cameron Files - Secret at Loch Ness
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1932: In the middle of the Scottish countryside, Devil's Ridge Manor is perched over Loch Ness, far from the commotion of the world. However, this peacefulness is only an illusion. Ghosts and supernatural sightings have been abounding there for some time now. The famous physicist Allister Mac Farley owns the manor. He asks the detective Alan W. Cameron to leave his Chicago office to immerse himself in the mist of the land of his ancestors. But when the detective arrives, the old physicist is nowhere to be found...
  • The game text and dialog are in English
  • A riddle that will put your nerves and brains to a real test
  • Figure out what's supernatural and what's scientific fact
  • Plunge into the ambiance of Scotland in the 1930s with meticulously designed decor
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  1. Good Game!
    by Froggie, USA - Aug 29th 2014

    So far this has been a challenging adventure. Remeniscent of the old Myst series, 1st person adventure with some intersting characters to interact with. Graphics aren't too bad on my big screen. Worth checking out. :)

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  2. Quite satisfying
    by NorthernSpruce, Canada - Oct 26th 2013

    Overall a very enjoyable game. The voice acting is not bad, the castle and surroundings are really well drawn and you can explore extensively, the story is pretty good and your character is a fine, decent fellow.

    The puzzles are mostly straightforward (a few are not intuitive at all, however). It has suffered a bit from being adapted from PC - the interface is a little stilted and static at times - but it is good for several hours of mildly challenging and entertaining play.

    There are a couple of timed puzzles but even I, who am no good at timed and reflex based puzzles, was able to complete them without much stress.

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