Game 9 Clues: The Secret of Serpent Creek
Average Rating 15 player reviews ( 4.9 out of 5.0 )
An original hidden object adventure featuring gameplay enhancing Detective Mode!
A paranormal private investigator is contacted by her friend – a reporter named Helen Hunter – who pleas for help in a terrified voice. She urges the protagonist to come to the coastal town of Serpent Creek at once.
After reaching her destination, the detective finds no trace of Helen. And the manager of the nearby hotel, in which she supposedly stayed, claims never to have seen the blonde reporter.
This case will certainly challenge the protagonist’s detective talents. She must find clues and put them together quickly to uncover what is really going on in Serpent Creek and what fate has befallen her friend.
-Unique Detective Mode: uncover clues and piece them together
-Thrilling storyline set in 1950s America
-Unique, varied locations
-Map and journal that include current tasks and information about characters
-Over 10 minigames and 20 achievements to unlock
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Had a good storie line. Music was good background sound not over barring. Lot of back and fourth ,but remember it is an adventure game. Glad there was a map so I new which way to go great ending. They left it open for a sequil.Enjoy. See more See less
Hidden Object games tend to be very hit and miss with me... This one is a hit... I'm almost finished with it and I've loved every minute spent playing the game so far. The graphics and sound are up to date and not outdated for a HO game. While the voice acting isn't perfect, I don't find myself laughing or cringing through every conversation. Detective mode is a fun addition to the game. It's not too hard, and not too easy. As far as HO games go, I'd say it is on the easier side, but not to the point of boredome. The story while predictable is fun regardless. Overall if you like HO games, I'd say check it out. See more See less
Though I don't really get into this genre anymore, I gave it a try out of boredom. I have to say it was a very nice HO game. The hint system was superb in this game, objects were not too difficult to find, the dialog I found interesting as well. Plus the file size was not overly huge preventing me from downloading it as many new HO games are. This was a good one and if you like hidden object type of games you might want to try this one. See more See less
This was a great HO/Adventure game. Three different difficulty modes (I played casual), hints recharged quickly and were useful. The hidden object scenes are clear and easy to see, and you find complete items and not just bits and pieces. The storyline is interesting, and the graphics are beautiful, but maybe a little scarey for younger children. Overall this is a great game for the more mature family members. See more See less