Secrets of the Dark: Mystery of the Ancestral Estate

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You will have to challenge yourself as a professional who specializes in most tangled cases and defeat the darkness to rescue an innocent soul. Earlier you’ve already had a chance to investigate strange cases in ancient Thai and Mexico. Now it’s time visit the Mediterranean coast and reveal the secret of an ancient family estate which was inherited by a young woman who is now begging you for help. Her life hangs in the balance and her fate is up to your strength and courage.
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CPU TypeIntel Mac Only
CPU CoresAny
CPU Speed1 GHz
System RAM1.2 GB
Drive Space558 MB
Video RAMAny
Video CardAny

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  1. Too much running around !
    by Hilde Dekesel, Belgium - Jun 22nd 2014

    This could have been a great long game but there is too much running around. You really have to keep a list of where you need certain things & this gets to be bothersome as the game progresses... Otherwise good combination of search & find + puzzles.

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  2. Very Well Done!
    by Linda Larter, Australia - Apr 22nd 2014

    This was a clever, well crafted, graphically beautiful, challenging and fun game. Okay, the story line was silly in the usual way of these things, but nevertheless engaging. And there were some really novel touches; I especially liked the way certain rooms "morphed" between normal and creepy realities, with items to be discovered in each reality or an action in one reality affecting what was going on in the other. There were quite a lot of locations and the game was packed with interesting and challenging puzzles. Another feature I really enjoyed was the progression of day into night, and the cute little animations around some of the hidden object scenes. The team that created this game should be congratulated on the fantastic level of detail. This game took me HOURS to finish, and I'm usually no slouch at these things. I paid just AU$9.00 and in retrospect would happily have paid a lot more than that. I reckon that's great value, and this will definitely be on my list of games worth playing again.

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