Secrets of the Seas: Flying Dutchman

Uncover the Sea Secrets of the Flying Dutchman in Secrets of the Seas: Flying Dutchman! Find hidden objects and solve adventuresome puzzles in this oceanic hidden object puzzle adventure game!

Thanks Game Developers for giving voice overs in this game. Thanks Game Developers for always giving people a choice whether they want to hear the music or voices by simply muting it as we choose. I can't say how long the game is but since I always take my time and enjoy the game try not to look at the SG unless necessary I always take longer than many others. This game has some humor! The details of lovingly trying to make a game that people will enjoy with little details amaze me like what creature barely pops its head in the ships hold on right hand side above the coffin. People who don't like voices can always mute them, just like the music that gets on my nerves I mute it, its no big deal and I don't complain. I'm having a really hard time trying not to compare it to another pirate game that's out but not here , that I found to be amazing. I did the beta test for this game, and I appreciate that they removed the sparkles from adventure mode for the final game. Though this game has the "rescue your friend from a ghost" theme, at least it's done in a slightly different way i. Re:Reviews for Secrets of the Seas: Flying Dutchman Collector's Edition by Sherryah on Apr 23, 12 AM saphhire wrote: I have played the demo and only have a couple of gripes the voice over is dreadful and the hint button doesn't refill for a long while it can be used out of the HO's but says nothing to do here then you have to wait for it to refill Scenes go well with the theme of the game, but have some color to them. The music is totally appropriate for the game setting and is nice to listen to. Little spoiler: I liked when you had to find a needle in the first H O scene, and you had to dig your way through a pile of hay to get it. I haven't had any problems yet and if I do I may change my mind but right now I am enjoying the game. However when the Game developer leaves out the voices in fear people will criticize those of us who get tired of hearing our own voices in our heads don't have any option other than not buy the game.

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I can't say how long the game is but since I always Fling my time and enjoy the game try not to look at the SG unless necessary I always take longer than many others. LOL I don't think it is pertinent to the story because you can't click on it. I disagree and thought the Jar of Marbles II: Journey to the West were Dhtchman done. People who don't like voices can always mute them, just like the music that gets on my nerves I mute it, its no big deal and I don't complain. I'm having a really hard time trying not to compare it to another pirate game that's out but not here Secrets of the Seas: Flying Dutchman, that I found to be amazing. However, this game, on its own, is well done. This game isn't the best game ever, but it's quite nice. Thanks Game Developers for always giving people a choice whether they want to hear the music or voices by simply muting it as we choose. There's a strange little mascot for the hint button. However when the Game developer leaves out the voices in fear people will criticize those of us Mahjong Stories: Vampire Romance get tired of hearing our own voices in our heads don't have any option other than not buy the game. The puzzles are fun, HOS are clear, story is interesting. The best of both worlds. Little spoiler: I liked when you had to find a needle in the first H Fying scene, and you had to dig your way through a pile of hay to get Battle Slots. Needle in a haystack! Cons: The "simon" type game didn't register some of my clicks.

Little spoiler: I liked when you had to find a needle in the first H O scene, and you had to dig your way through a pile of hay to get it. The details of lovingly trying to make a game that people will enjoy with little details amaze me like what creature barely pops its head in the ships hold on right hand side above the coffin. That's sort of a con for me, but I know for others that's a pro. The puzzles encountered in the demo aren't terribly original They're nice enough, though. Pros: The graphics are nice, and I enjoy the use of color. I disagree and thought the voices were well done. The puzzles are fun, HOS are clear, story is interesting. People who don't like voices can always mute them, just like the music that gets on my nerves I mute it, its no big deal and I don't complain. Scenes go well with the theme of the game, but have some color to them. Though this game has the "rescue your friend from a ghost" theme, at least it's done in a slightly different way i. Needle in a haystack! The best of both worlds. The voice acting is just OK, although the "bad guy's" voice is odd, and I feel like it doesn't fit him at all. Thanks Game Developers for giving voice overs in this game. This game isn't the best game ever, but it's quite nice.

That's sort of a con for me, but I know for others that's a pro. This game isn't the best game ever, but it's quite nice. Needle in a haystack! The puzzles off fun, HOS are clear, story is interesting. Thanks Game Developers for giving voice overs in this game. The music is totally appropriate for the game setting and is nice to listen to. I think he's cute in a weird way. LOL I don't think it or pertinent to the story because you can't click on it. Little Secrdts I Defense of Roman Britain when you had to find a needle in the first H O scene, and you had to dig your way through a tje of hay to get it. This game has some humor! Thanks Game Developers for always giving people a choice whether they want to hear the music or voices by simply muting it as we choose. The details of lovingly trying to make a game that people will enjoy with little details amaze me like what creature barely pops its head in the ships hold on right hand side above the coffin. Scenes go well with the theme of the game, but have some color to them. However, this game, on its own, is well done. I'm Rock Tour a really hard time trying not to compare it to another pirate game that's out but not herethat Secrets of the Seas: Flying Dutchman found Sexrets be amazing.


The reason I didn't buy the last game Ulther cat? LOL I don't think it is pertinent to the story because you can't click on it. The puzzles are fun, HOS are clear, story is interesting. Pros: The graphics are nice, and I enjoy the use of color. This game isn't the best game ever, but it's quite nice. However when the Game developer leaves out the voices in fear people will criticize those of us who get tired of hearing our own voices in our heads don't have any option other than not buy the game. This game has some humor! The music is totally appropriate for the game setting and is nice to listen to. The voice acting is just OK, although the "bad guy's" voice is odd, and I feel like it doesn't fit him at all. Then again, that's probably just a personal preference! Scenes go well with the theme of the game, but have some color to them. People who don't like voices can always mute them, just like the music that gets on my nerves I mute it, its no big deal and I don't complain. Re:Reviews for Secrets of the Seas: Flying Dutchman Collector's Edition by Sherryah on Apr 23, 12 AM saphhire wrote: I have played the demo and only have a couple of gripes the voice over is dreadful and the hint button doesn't refill for a long while it can be used out of the HO's but says nothing to do here then you have to wait for it to refill The details of lovingly trying to make a game that people will enjoy with little details amaze me like what creature barely pops its head in the ships hold on right hand side above the coffin. Little spoiler: I liked when you had to find a needle in the first H O scene, and you had to dig your way through a pile of hay to get it.

Scenes go well with the theme of the game, but have some color to them. That's sort of a con for me, but I know for others that's a pro. I think he's cute in a weird way. Though this game has the "rescue your friend from a ghost" theme, at least it's done in a slightly different way i. The best of both worlds. However when the Game developer leaves out the voices in fear people will criticize those of us who get tired of hearing our own voices in our heads don't have any option other than not buy the game. Thanks Game Developers for always giving people a choice whether they want to hear the music or voices by simply muting it as we choose. Little spoiler: I liked when you had to find a needle in the first H O scene, and you had to dig your way through a pile of hay to get it. People who don't like voices can always mute them, just like the music that gets on my nerves I mute it, its no big deal and I don't complain. The details of lovingly trying to make a game that people will enjoy with little details amaze me like what creature barely pops its head in the ships hold on right hand side above the coffin. LOL I don't think it is pertinent to the story because you can't click on it. I disagree and thought the voices were well done. I haven't had any problems yet and if I do I may change my mind but right now I am enjoying the game.

5 thoughts on “Secrets of the Seas: Flying Dutchman

  1. I haven't had any problems yet and if I do I may change my mind but right now I am enjoying the game. However when the Game developer leaves out the voices in fear people will criticize those of us who get tired of hearing our own voices in our heads don't have any option other than not buy the game. Little spoiler: I liked when you had to find a needle in the first H O scene, and you had to dig your way through a pile of hay to get it.

  2. Needle in a haystack! There's a strange little mascot for the hint button. Cons: The "simon" type game didn't register some of my clicks. Pros: The graphics are nice, and I enjoy the use of color.

  3. I did the beta test for this game, and I appreciate that they removed the sparkles from adventure mode for the final game. There's a strange little mascot for the hint button. Re:Reviews for Secrets of the Seas: Flying Dutchman Collector's Edition by Sherryah on Apr 23, 12 AM saphhire wrote: I have played the demo and only have a couple of gripes the voice over is dreadful and the hint button doesn't refill for a long while it can be used out of the HO's but says nothing to do here then you have to wait for it to refill I haven't had any problems yet and if I do I may change my mind but right now I am enjoying the game.

  4. I haven't had any problems yet and if I do I may change my mind but right now I am enjoying the game. The puzzles encountered in the demo aren't terribly original They're nice enough, though. However, this game, on its own, is well done.

  5. The music is totally appropriate for the game setting and is nice to listen to. Then again, that's probably just a personal preference! Thanks Game Developers for giving voice overs in this game. This game has some humor!

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