Summary: I replay this one every so often and even though I remember where some of the puzzle items belong, the charm of the game keeps me coming back to it. I like the fragmented object concept. The only reason I rated it 4 stars instead of 5 is because it's too short for my taste.
Summary: Perfect except the ending. Too easy way to leave the game with the game being so diffucult. Good thing we have the Walkthroughs. Would love to see more MB Games. I have his other ones. Characters and scenes amazing!!!
Summary: I STARTED THIS GAME 3 TIMES UNDER 3 DIFFERENT NAMES. EACH TIME I CAME TO A BOARD WHERE AS I COULD NOT PICK UP THE PUZZLE PIECE. EACH TIME IT WAS IN THE LOWER RIGHT SIDE OF THE SCREEN, RIGHT ABOVE THE NOTEBOOK. EACH TIME I TRY TO CLICK ON IT, THE NOTEBOOK WOULD OPEN. THIS IS VERY ANNOYING.
Summary: Having played and really enjoyed the third Mortimer Beckett - Mortimer Beckett and the Lost King - I thought I'd go back and play the original game. Sadly this one wasn't as good and I finished it in about an hour! It was fun to find the parts and use them places but not very challenging.
Summary: I always wait until I finish a game to write a review, but 3/4 of the way through this one, I thought I could write one. While the idea of finding pieces of objects until they are complete and then putting certain ones back in the scene is a great idea, too many of the objects are broken up into to...
Summary: I enjoyed the first Mortimer Beckett, and was definitely looking forward to the new one. I was not at all disappointed. This MB has the player travelling through time, seeking out the pieces of objects that will complete puzzles necessary to advance to the next level.