It has been some time since Musings has reviewed a hidden object mystery game, and this 19th century period piece is filled with lots of twists and turns and stunning artwork. Even though the names of some of the places sound very North American, the places themselves look to be Central European, not unlike the Grand Hotel Pupp in the movie, Last Holiday.
In this tale, you play as Ethan Black, and happily engaged young man, and your father has called you home to take care of some family business. This is great opportunity to have him meet your fiancee’, so you take the next train to Grand Rapids, and along the way, the steam engine explodes while you are traveling over a stone bridge. This is the beginning of a series of supernatural events that involves your small family and those that are going to be part of its future. Read more...(305 words, 31 images, estimated 1:13 mins reading time)
“Live everyday like it’s your last”, is something Georgia Byrd (Queen Latifah) never learned until she learned that her last days were upon her. Georgia is a shy woman of 30-something years. She’s a talented cook, got a good heart, a great voice for her church choir, and people adore her because she is so sweet. Because of her good nature, her employers tend to take advantage of her, and she desires to get out of her dead-end job as a cookware sales clerk at a department store in New Orleans. One thing that really keeps her there is her crush, Sean Matthews (LL Cool J), but she is too shy to approach him, and when she does, she usually ends up buying a BBQ grill. One day Sean gets up the nerve to ask her out, and comes to her department after she has done a demo. He says the smells from the cookware department make him a bit dizzy, and that he needs to check out what was going on. Read more...(522 words, 52 images, estimated 2:05 mins reading time)