Reviews and Problems with Midnight Mysteries: The Edgar Allan Poe Conspiracy
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can you find waldo?
M. Hung, Amazon
5 August 2011
Summary: Because of the positive reviews, I bought the game for $1. This is by far the most boring game I've come across. "Playing" this game involves identifying objects from a pile of junk. The items are often intentionally hidden in similarly shaped statues. After a few clicks, I quickly lose patience, and used the crow to find things for me. Then, after the 4th time of finding objects over and over again, I just quit. Not worth the $1 and time spent.
Summary: The one star is not for the game itself, because that's actually pretty good, it's for the download. After downloading the necessary software from Amazon, my computer went nuts. I couldn't access websites, enter passwords, or get half the places I wanted to go. Even shutting down was difficult. I found no viruses, but deleted everything from Amazon downloads anyway. Lo and behold, computer was back to normal after the delete and a restart.
Summary: Just like many reviewers of the Midnight Mysteries Salem Witch Trial game, I found this game to be defective. After paying for the download and starting to play, when I tried to close it, it crashed my computer. Why does Amazon continue to sell it when there's something wrong? I'm beginning to question Amazon's reliability.