NightShift Legacy: The Jaguar's Eye

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  • Hidden objects and adventure
  • Beautiful exotic locations
  • Unlock the Aztec Codex
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  • Play the mystery that started this all inThe Nightshift Code
Min System request
  • OS : Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 1.2 GHz
  • Memory : 256
  • DiretX : 7.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 50

Review for game NightShift Legacy: The Jaguar's Eye

Mike was a night-security guard at a metropolitan museum. Isabel was cat burglar hunting for ancient treasure. But on the night they met, the only thing she ended up stealing was his heart. Now they are on the trail of an ancient Aztec Codex known as the Jaguar`s Eye, an artifact rumored to have incredible power. Their journey will take them to cities all over the globe, like Moscow and Barcelona, and eventually lead them back to the place where it all began, over 70 years ago.



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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

January 20, 2009

Game Rank

2526 points

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Comic-book game
March 29, 2012

Based on the demo. Hidden object/adventure/puzzle game with good graphics. This game reminds me of the comic books I used to read years ago. For the most part, my problem with the game was the feeling of, "Been there, done that, many times before" Music wasn't all that great, either. But others might like it a lot. My advice would be to try the demo first, to see if it is your type of game.

Underrated Hidden Object Sequel
July 15, 2012

This sequel to The Nightshift Code (itself a great game) is actually pretty darn good. This is the type of game that will not blow you away with its graphics or its sound, but the challenge and depth of storyline make it above average in my opinion, particularly for an older title. The game is mainly hidden object hunting. The scenes are decently rendered, but you're going to be doing quite a bit of straining to see some of the items (silhouettes, shadows, etc.# In addition, there are several map-type scenes that require close scanning or a game-provided magnifying glass. If you like searches, this game will work for you. The most challenging part will be the end of each chapter, where you'll be required to search through several scenes in order to find the items you'll need to move on. The game does not tell you when an area's items have been completed, which I thought was a nice #though eventually tedious) extra challenge to your standard game. You'll also repeat several puzzles, including a crossword-type cipher and a lockpicking puzzle. While they aren't hugely difficult, they are segmented into parts that go up in diffiiculty. The game is timed, so you will be up against the clock in some cases, particularly because when you guess wrong, time is deducted from you. These games were not groundbreaking, but made for an interesting diversion. I would have preferred a little less repetition, but it didn't detract from my overall experience too much. Where this game really shines is the storyline. You'll travel multiple countries in multiple decades to get to the bottom of the secret, and get to visit some locations in different eras which makes for a deeper experience in my view. The story is advanced in comic strip style blocks, and while there is no voice acting, I found the dialogue and back story to be better than the usual for games of this type. That's important, since the music is grating and repetitive. No reason to keep those speakers on for this one! The game also does a nice jo

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