Death Upon an Austrian Sonata: A Dana Knightstone Novel CE
Average Rating 3 player reviews ( 4.7 out of 5.0 )
Can you solve the mystery of the ghostly violinist?
Return to Europe in a brand new adventure as Dana Knightstone, the best-selling novelist who can see ghosts. When your cousin, famed musician Sebastian Knightstone, starts hearing eerie violin music in his Austrian manor, he asks for your help to investigate. But you're not the only one digging up the ghost's secrets -- and you find yourself falling headlong into danger!
Use your wits to get out of one sticky situation after another in the most exciting Dana Knightstone novel yet. Collect useful items as you trek through rustic Austrian landscapes in search of missing clues. Solve challenging puzzles and unique mini-games to unlock mysteries and access hidden areas. Can you follow the ghost's snowy trail before time runs out?
-Stunning widescreen graphics
-Gorgeous European locations
-Choice of 3 difficulty modes
Collector's Edition Features
-Smart strategy guide
-Wallpaper & concept art
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If you like adventure games with a good story line and with puzzles that vary from entertaining to extremely challenging and with some HOG screens thrown in for good measure, then you'll love this game. There are various modes of play that allow you to skip a puzzle if it's becoming too intractable so that you can get on with the story line. The hints are not too obvious, but can just break that mental block, and moving from scene to scene is quick without any unecessary repetition. See more See less
The hour trial went really quick and I found myself quite engrossed in the story and moving through the game without having to be subjected to excessive dialogue and lengthy scenes that go on forever. The HOb scenes are moderately difficult, and require more interaction to complete than the usual ones encountered and the puzzles were neither overly easy, nor difficult. I will be purchasing this game just so I can see how the story ends. I do recommend the game. See more See less
This is based on the free trial period, but overall seemed like a good hidden object/puzzle game. Puzzles were not very challenging, but don't know if that will hold up. Have no idea where the story line is going, so that was interesting. It was a bit more challenging figuring or remembering where to go next, but the hints clear up any confusion See more See less