Reviews and Problems with The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes
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it has a good level of difficulty
F. Burton, Amazon
13 December 2014
Summary: This is a fairly unique hidden object/puzzle game. it has a good level of difficulty. The only strike against it is the very small pictures or maybe one should say--the scale of it. even with the magnifying glass feature, it is hard on the eyes.
Summary: The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes is too boring to play. Compare two pics and find what's different or missing. Rearrange the pieces into order. Memorize patterns and see what doesn't fit. Unbelievable. This is too elementary for me, even Holmes himself would rather inject himself with a shot of cocaine.They used to make better Sherlock mystery games in the 90s.
Summary: If you enjoy the hidden object games, this is pretty good. Admittedly, the graphics are a bit old fashioned; however, the story line is close to the first Sherlock Holmes game. There are some changes -- some good, some not so good. Things are a bit more disjointed. Instead of each case getting a bit more difficult, there are four sections with each beginning with the easy case and the last more difficult. It's like starting over.
Summary: I was very disappointed with this game. I am in my late 20s and love mystery games, but the graphics were bad and cheesy in this game and the puzzles were WAY too easy to solve! Not a challenge at all. I got bored after an hour and stopped playing!