Suburban Timewaster

I play video games and review them.

Punished Talents: Seven Muses (Bigfishgames.com)

When a string of murders occur with striking similarities to Russell Pollack’s book, it’s up to his wife, Samantha, to clear his name.  Can she prevent herself and her husband from becoming the next victims?

Despite how simplistic the storyline is, I absolutely love it.  The suspense is quite intriguing and some parts of it are quite original.  My only problem was that it was too obvious who the killer was.  I figured it out instantly and I am not skilled at mystery novels.

The game play is your typical hidden object game.  You go from scene to scene collecting items.  Some items will require you to participate in a hidden object scene.  You will have to backtrack quite often to complete the game and if you get stuck, use a hint.  The map will guide you by marking whether you’re finished with a location, you still have something to do at the moment or if you have things to do there but don’t have the necessary tools to do so.

This game is simplistic yet addictive.  I give it 6 out of 10; not a bad waste of your time.

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