Chronicles of Mystery: The Legend of the Sacred Treasure

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  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/8
  • CPU : 2.0 GHz
  • Memory : 512
  • DiretX : 9.1
  • Hard driver (MB) : 246

Review for game Chronicles of Mystery: The Legend of the Sacred Treasure

With smarts, intelligence, and a zest for adventure, young American journalist Chelsea Connor decides to explore the mysterious circumstances surrounding her father’s death. Her father, an experienced treasure hunter, never returned home from his grand expedition to Africa. Uncover a dark secret in Chronicles of Mystery: The Legend of the Sacred Treasure, an incredible Hidden Object game.

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Genre : Hidden Object

Spot hidden objects and solve puzzles and mysteries in lush, eye-catching scenes.

Date release

April 14, 2011

Game Rank

4643 points

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Chronicles of Mystery: The Legend of the Sacred Treasure
April 30, 2014

I liked this edition better than the first one, they have made the hidden objects much larger. There are hidden objects to find that are list finds and some are finding items that match the (very dark) silhouetted shapes. Each scene is slightly interactive where you simply click on an item to move it out of the way and reveal an object. Every HOS also contain hidden gold medals which allows you to skip a challenge for every 5 you collect. Some of the scenes are timed and if you don't finish in time you have to start over. Not a bad game, I appreciate the fact that the items are bigger but it's still on the low light side, enjoy!

City Interactive- 3rd in Chronicle of Mystery Series
August 20, 2012

You play American Journalist Chelsea Connor who investigates the details of her father's unexplained death. Minus all the bells and whistles of modern day games, this is a Classic point and click Adventure Hidden Object Game with hidden object scenes, puzzles and realistic 3-dimensional artwork. Mysterious, intriguing story line quickly captures your attention. I like and purchased all four of City Interactive's Chronicles of Mystery games and researched their release dates for your information should you be interested in playing in order of their release date. 1. CM-The Scorpio Ritual - 11-14-2008 2. CM-The Tree of Life - 12-10-2009 3. CM-Legend of the Sacred Treasure - 11-12-2010 4. CM-Secret of the Lost Kingdom - 4-21-2011 If you are a Gamer who appreciates an excellent plot as well as quality older-style gaming and the fact that not all games fit into our little box of criteria, you will enjoy a positive play experience. Enjoy! -Mama Mia-

Not For Me
May 15, 2014

Storyline: You are Chelsea Connor, a journalist, gone to Paris to investigate why her father never return from his trip to Africa, 20 years ago. In the opening scene, you have received a phone call (of which you only hear her side of the conversation) "yes", "okay", "I'll be sure to bring it". "It" being a fairly renowned journal/diary of someone named "Mausch". Graphics: Only ok. Definitely could be better. Very still-like, not lifelike at all. you could have been doing a point and click on a picture on a wall. Boring. Sound Quality: The opening scene was the only place where there was any voiceover and it was good, clear, easy to hear, Gameplay: Worst ever. I don't even know where to begin or how to explain. Okay, first off, after the bigger than big gray to black scenes splashed across the screen there is a desk in an office - this is where you add your profile, set your options, etc. EXCEPT, you won't know this because nothing is shown or written for you to click on because it says "profile" or "options". IT'S NOT THERE. I had to figure this out because it made no sense to me. The only direction you are given is to click on the typewriter to enter your name. Good job. You can use the spacebar on the typewriter to activate a box that allows you to type in your profile. Then you have to exit out of that. Click on the many things on the desk: pencil cup, books, telephone - just all sorts of office related things. THIS is where you will find "options", etc. But there are NO modes of difficulty to choose from. Trust me, I looked everywhere. Clicked on everything. There is, however, what I believe is a strategy guide of sorts. Open the desk drawer and you find "solutions" and it appeared to be very instructional as a strategy guide would be. There is a tutorial. However, to find it (yes, you have to find it), you click on the police officer in the middle of the screen. That's it...good for you!

Worst Game Ever!!!
November 5, 2012

I'm sorry I wasted a coupon on this game. Some of the objects are so small you can't see them. Sometimes when you use the hint pen you can't even see where it went. I own the other games in this series and they are great games. This one is only hidden object, find the differences etc. Tons of written dialogue and then one HOS at a time. Horrible game. No fun. No challenge, except frustration trying to find miniscule objects or worse yet minisucle shadows of objects. I didn't even want to give this one star, but you have to give a star to post.

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