Lost Secrets: November 1963
Average Rating 10 player reviews ( 3.7 out of 5.0 )
Something mysterious is brewing in Texas.
Something mysterious is brewing in Texas. What could Dallas, the assassination of President Kennedy, and a pink teddy bear have in common? Lainey Wells has been having dreams centered around Dallas, the assassination of President Kennedy, and a pink teddy bear. Yearning to cure her condition, she travels to Dealey Plaza to discover what ties her to the President's untimely death. It becomes clear that someone is steering her towards a specific goal, but who or what guides her hand?
-Uncover the Truth about JFK
-Dozens of puzzles
-Visit the Oval Office
-Intricate Hidden Object Scenes
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I too was shocked at the storyline, but decided not to judge and give the game a try. Very disappointing game, you bounce back and forth between a dream and reality, the storyline got kinda twisted in there somewhere. I assume the sound to be as annoying as the rest of the game. The one redeaming quality is the hint button recharges quickly, and the HO scenes were beautifly done, but overall I did not enjoy this game at all. See more See less
I liked that there was some truth to this game. The game itself didn't thrill me but that's just me. Oh, and tes i remember where I was when this happened. I was getting ready to be born the next day!! This game is ok for fun. just kinda slow but all the effects and help was good See more See less
I really enjoyed this game. I was happy to play a game that wasnt evil. It seems most of games for match 3 are dark. I also liked that I learned quite a bit of history. I'm not good at learning and retaining and with this game I can surely say I have gained some knowledge. The game was fairly simple and short. I found the match 3 portions were too easy but the mini games were difficult. The music and sound were not great but I usually turn the volume down very low anyway. I would like to see more games along this nature that offer a different format of learning...works well for me with my impairiment. I'd also love to see more games that are not about ghosts, demons, witches, and the dark stuff. Great Job Iwin! Keep the lightness coming! See more See less