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¡Ve más allá e investiga una secta misteriosa para salvar a tu amigo!
La mejor amiga de la detective Kate, Melissa Gray, ha desaparecido tras su cita "demasiado buena para ser verdad". Kate investiga y descubre que Melissa ha desaparecido en una secta misteriosa. Utiliza tu ingenio para resolver los puzles y meterte en la secta. Conoce a otros miembros de la secta y decide quién es amigo o enemigo. Adéntrate en la investigación del pasado sombrío de la secta y escapa con Melissa.
¡Únete a millones de jugadores de Aventura y Escape y comprueba si puedes resolver el misterio de la secta!
¡Juega a este juego de escape de alta calidad!
- ¡Atractivos gráficos dan vida a escenas inquietantes!
- Explora las bases de la secta y ¡desentraña la historia que hay detrás de este misterioso lugar!
- ¡Resuelve puzles enrevesados y adivinanzas!
- ¡Obtén todo el juego GRATIS! ¡Nunca te verás obligado a pagar!
- ¡Reúne las herramientas y artículos que te ayudarán a escapar!
- ¡Personajes memorables!
- ¡Encuentra objetos ocultos que te ayudarán a liberarte!
¡Descubre los secretos de Aventura y Escape: El Misterio de la Secta! ¿Puedes acabar con la secta y escapar antes de que sea demasiado tarde?
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- Fixed an issue in the first trial of the initiation room
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Love Kate mysteries!
I have played almost all of the series of games plus a few of the others (library, spacecraft), and I enjoy them all! I don’t usually need to use the hints but occasionally find myself stuck. I like that you have to use your brain and think in order to solve the puzzles. With A lot of similar games, when you click on something it automatically solves the puzzle. I find these puzzles relatively easy to solve, after I’ve thought a few minutes about the clue. The only thing I wish were different is if all of the clue choices were laid out (or the game knew where you were in need of help) and I could get help on the specific place I needed help. Many times I have gotten past parts 1 & 2 of the “hints” and only need the last part, but have to use my stars to purchase the hints leading up to the final hint, when I have already figured those out. It wastes my stars! Other than that, I find the map helpful, as long as you pay attention to the places you have been, so. You know what building is what, Kate says where you need to go so you can find your way through the map relatively easily. Thanks for all the Haiku games! I will continue looking for new ones as they come out!
You know those reviews that tell you: I never use the hints” or “ l finished it in a day”? Well, this review isn’t one of those.
I use the hints regularly and I have been playing for several days and just completed chapter 2. Real life gets in the way of moving faster, at least for me.
The story line is kind of fun, but let’s face it, one does not expect classic literature. The puzzles are what is fun, for me. Many I don’t need hints, allowing me to feel really smart; others not so much. The puzzle resets to the beginning if it is not completed. There is another opportunity to feel smart, one can race up to where the puzzle was left.
When an action is correct the action is frozen so I don’t waste time trying to put other parts together when it is already done.
Energy buys hints, or actual money. Energy refills could be offered daily, developers. Also, sometimes things are stuck in storage, frustrating. The pool balls took for flippin’ ever to complete, wouldn’t move and wouldn’t go in the pocket the first 3+ times. A fix here would be great. At any rate, that is a negative for me. Overall, this good entertainment for busy people who have a bit of time here and there.
Thanks for all the hard work.
Good puzzles and storylines.
The puzzles and level of difficulty of puzzles were challenging. I enjoyed the premise of escaping from a cult. But it was hard to feel that things were ever too dangerous for the protagonist when the Muzak is light bubblegum elevator/pharmacy midis. It didn’t really jive. In this case the game had enough cognitive dissonance between the actions/theme and the sounds that I had to just turn it off. I wanted something darker. Also everybody looked like they were out of a modeling magazine. I would have expected people to look more on skid row than off the pages of GQ or Maxim. Big Fish games have done well with creating sinister environs with creating scary immersive environments. I think more time should be examined here. Not sure if you want to have some hidden object game (HOG) elements to find some of the essential objects to build the MacGyver like contraptions to escape the danger/predicament.
- Haiku Games Co
- 208.7 MB
Requiere iOS 6.0 o posterior. Compatible con iPhone, iPad y iPod touch.
- Violencia en dibujos animados o en imágenes fantásticas poco frecuente/moderada
- © Haiku Games Co
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