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Hidden Mysteries: Royal Family Secrets

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Overall 6

User review by boochie54

boochie54, Gamezebo
7 April 2012
  • Summary: This game won’t set the world on fire, but I found it pretty good, especially for history geeks like me. The story takes place at the end of Elizabeth I’s reign. In order to clear yourself from false charges of theft and witchcraft, you have to appease the peed off spirits of former monarchs as well as the murdered princes Edward and Richard, who show up periodically to help you out.
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Overall 4

User review by couchpotato

couchpotato, Gamezebo
5 April 2012
  • Summary: I had a hard time with this game, it is not very intuitive, it is hard to play, hints does not really help, if all it says is there is nothing to do here... some of the mini games were way too hard, lining up the symbols and I had no idea, how to get these to match, since it didn't really offer an explaination of how to play. I played the demo and don't think I'll purchase this one.
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Overall 10

User review by moonwitch

moonwitch, Gamezebo
3 April 2012
  • Summary: I actually bought this one and was not disappointed. The crew at elephant games has made huge strides with the hidden mysteries series and this is surprisingly the best of the lot. They have migrated away from the tiny items to a game that will easily compete with the best of them. This has stellar graphics, a great storyline about the boy princes who were executed in england, and is quite long for the money.
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Overall 8

User review by elldee

elldee, Gamezebo
1 April 2012
  • Summary: (This is based on about 25 minutes of the demo, then "Buy") Nice surprise the day after a BFG Collector's Edition release! This is by the same developer that gave us several other "Hidden Mysteries" games (e.g., "...Notre Dame, "...Buckingham Palace"). Here are my thoughts-- **Set in "Jolly Old England" in the 1600s (a fascinating period in history) **A Queen's Handmaiden is falsely accused of stealing; she's sentenced to the Tower of London prison--Now, let's escape and...
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