Reviews and Problems with Midnight Mysteries 3: Devil on the Mississippi
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Mississippi steam boats...yes
10 October 2013
Summary: you get a story of the people who are investigating...you talk to ghost from the past...get on the steam boat...great graphics good story line...loved it.........you search several rooms on the boat..travel to other places...search and find glues to use throughout the game....wow...loved it...you also solve a few puzzles.....
Summary: I loved this game. It was easy to navigate and had good puzzles and a deep storyline. It had good graphics and was long enough to be a challenge. Some hidden object games you can finish in a few hours and are not enough of a challenge. I would buy other games like this.
3.4 Stars Rounded Down - Fun to Play, but Goofy Story Line & Relatively Short & Easy
Happy Reader, Amazon
26 June 2012
Summary: I've played one other Midnight Mystery, #2, the Salem Witch Trials Game. I gave that game four stars. Though it wasn't a long or real challenging game, it wasn't quite as short or relatively easy as "Devil on the Mississippi". This is a combination game, my favorite kind. It has hidden object scenes, pure puzzles, and lots of inventory objectives. I counted 9 hidden object scenes and 16 puzzles in the main game, ranging from very very easy to moderately difficult.
Summary: As Mark Twain is a favorite author, I was enlightened by some of his history that was woven into this intricate plot. The Elizabethan portion of the story is a stretch, but, in my opinion, shows the 'players' of that era in a truer light than of traditional history.