The first game in Wadjet Eye's Blackwell mystery adventure series.
Rosa Blackwell's humdrum life is turned upside-down when she discovers she is a medium with the power to talk to the dead.
With the aid of the wise-cracking Joey Mallone, the family spirit guide, she sets out on a quest to lay to rest the ghosts of New York City.
But is Joey as well-intentioned as he claims? And why is her family bonded to him, generation after generation?
"The Blackwell Legacy" is the first in the critically acclaimed Blackwell series. It is followed by "Blackwell 2: Unbound" (available now!), "Blackwell 3: Convergence" (available now!), "Blackwell 4: Deception" (coming soon) and "Blackwell 5: Epiphany" (coming soon)
Just Adventure - "It leaves most independently developed games for dead." - A-/B+
Strategy Informer - "If this were a TV show, one watch of this and any TV network would commission a full series."
Adventure Gamers - "By the end of the game, [Rosangela Blackwell] is a main character you want to spend more time with." 4.5/5
Gameboomers - "An unusually compelling psychological study for an independent game to undertake."
Gamezebo - "A thought-provoking and detailed plot."
Warning: This update invalidates old saved games.
Updated for 64-bit native builds.
Fixed bug that caused the game to crash randomly.
Fixed bug that caused sound to cut out after phone-calls.
Fixed bug that caused dog leash to remain on screen after removed.
Fixed bug that prevented user from dismissing keyboard by tapping on save game filename.
Ratings and Reviews
Not for me
I don’t know if it’s just me, but I found this game/story boring. I found myself skipping through stacks of boring dialogue- don’t get me wrong, I love reading - that’s why I have my kindle, but when it comes to gaming I want a gaming experience, not a reading experience. I feel as though I’ve been tricked into thinking there’s a lot of gameplay, when in fact all I was doing was choosing what mundane question I was going to ask some boring character at some unimaginative location .... sorry guys
So buggy is almost unplayable
So so so many bugs. The worst one is that Things don’t appear in the notebook as you discover them so you need to constantly reboot and consult walkthroughs to discover what was meant to happen.
It’s also extremely short and not very complex.
But you need to play to joeys first appearance to at least get an understanding of the premise for later games.
You’re better off buying a cheap pc copy than buying the iOS version.
Incredible first title
For old school RPG fans. Awesome point and click
- WADJET EYE GAMES, LLC
- 317.9 MB
Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humour
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- © 2014 Wadjet Eye Games LLC
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.