Cate West: The Velvet Keys

Help the celebrated novelist, Cate West, find a dangerous murderer in this exciting Hidden Object game! This thrilling sequel to Cate West: The Vanishing Files, follows Cate to Damasca, where she discovers a new mystery. Gather the items required to forge the enigmatic Velvet Keys and crack the case. A cinematic atmosphere, incredible graphics and addictive gameplay await you in Cate West: The Velvet Keys!

Once Cate has all the information she needs, the victims are taken to the Ossuary — a bizarre machine designed to revive them — which Cate must activate with the approprate Key. The options of the modes nice. The positions of the first eight objects can be found on the first screenshot, the positions of the remaining objects in the second screenshot. I didn't finish because I just couldn't start looking for things that were so tiny I had to use a magnifying glass! The ending depends on how high your score is. This game was hard for an adult to play, but the story could be hard for little children to understand, or make sense of. By finding alarm clocks and avocados in dense piles of ivy. My only problem, as with so many Hidden object games, is that it just ended. Items to find nice mix nottoo easy or hard. In this solution, ten objects will be marked on Runge Avenue, and eight on Liebert Street. If you hear a gunshot and someone shout, where do you run? You work through the entire game to get the Velvet keys and when you get the final one, the game just ends.

I kept having to leave the game to do a google image search to get a clue as to what I was looking for, and a few times I hit the hint button not so much to find out where an object was, but what it was. Items to find nice mix nottoo easy or hard. The story line was fun and the puzzles were great also. The positions of the first eight objects can be found on the first screenshot, the positions of the remaining objects in the second screenshot. Please, rate it helpful, ONLY if it does. You might be shown a close-up photo of an item, then asked to guess what it is. More bodies start turning up and there is nothing really to connect the crimes except that you are the one investigating them. In this solution, ten objects will be marked on Runge Avenue, and eight on Liebert Street. As well, assorted memory, sliding box, recognition, and other brain teasers keep the game fresh and the action moving. The puzzles required to turn on the machine are relatively ordinary, such as match-two or sliding tile games, and you can skip them if you like. The Velvet Keys" is just another run-of-the-mill "find objects" game. You might be provided with pieces of object, say, half a cassette tape, that you must repair by finding the other half in the image. Cate's clues will continue! Then there is the word "Champagne" which is misspelled as "champage" and several other words like that.


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You get other bonuses Bus Driver finding items quickly or completing levels without using a hint, so look sharp and work fast. Chapter 1 Arshtat, Part 1: Arshtat, Part 2: To succeed, you have to find 18 of 20 possible hidden objects. Contributing to this was that there is only a limited number of locations which one visits again and again throughout the game. If you answered "Towards the noise. Assembling a Velvet Key allows Cate to communicate with the spirit of the victim, who will usually point her towards Incredible Dracula: Witches Curse crime scene. I've played it twice so far and each time it had different objects to find. Clever, well-designed puzzles. Another thing that really got to me were Zarya - 1 numerous spelling mistakes throughout the game. Prologue — Part 3: I have split this episode into two screenshots. Sure, but what HOG isn't? Then there is the word "Champagne" which is misspelled as "champage" and several other words like that. I'm on Chapter 9 and I am doing the exact same stuff i was doing in Chapter 1, and 2, and 3, and I didn't finish Cate West: The Velvet Keys I just couldn't start looking for things that were so tiny I had to use a magnifying glass!

Enough going on to keep you from getting bored. Good for maybe an hour if one can overlook the sloppy typos , but really not more than that. The whole bringing bodies back to life is kind of laughable to me. I'm on Chapter 9 and I am doing the exact same stuff i was doing in Chapter 1, and 2, and 3, and The puzzles required to turn on the machine are relatively ordinary, such as match-two or sliding tile games, and you can skip them if you like. Not just a simple click and find game - you have to use your brain too. Runge Avenue: Part 3: Part 4: On the screen below, the slots and their related objects are circled with the same color. I might be able to catch the dastardly criminal! If you hear a gunshot and someone shout, where do you run? Inventive mini-games. There is a bigger variety of puzzles and cool mini hidden object puzzles in each chapter. Sure, but what HOG isn't? Mostly, this game is for an adult to play.

Or halving an object, placing each halve in two separate places, and forcing you to Wesg: both? I played in relaxed mode so I would be more involved with the story and not just rush to get finished with each Velvdt. Clear graphics and nice storyline. Good for maybe an hour if one can Turtix the Dark City: Munich typosbut really not more than that. It is challenging but not so much to get you discouraged.


Some puzzles you have to really think thru and you can't move on until you solve. Enough going on to keep you from getting bored. I kept having to leave the game to do a google image search to get a clue as to what I was looking for, and a few times I hit the hint button not so much to find out where an object was, but what it was. I skipped most of the mini games so I didn't get those points. How about tearing the object you are looking for into pieces and forcing you to find all the bits? You might be provided with pieces of object, say, half a cassette tape, that you must repair by finding the other half in the image. I got the second best ending, and was told to re-play the game, and get my score highter, and I will have the best ending to this Mystery Story. The whole bringing bodies back to life is kind of laughable to me. I played the untimed version and only used 2 hints the entire game. But the biggest part of the game by far is finding those objects and I for one do tire of that fairly quickly. I don't think this is a kid-friendly game, since it's pretty much involve ghosts, bodies, and killing though they are not actually dead. In my solution, ten objects are marked in each Heine Road and Grimmer Street, while eight are marked for Reinhart Street. The most important thing to know is though Cate uses psychic visions to help the police, which is where the hidden object searching comes in. The story line is okay.

8 thoughts on “Cate West: The Velvet Keys

  1. Mostly, this game is for an adult to play. Just restore the items in the bottom with the appropriate parts in the scene above. Please, rate it helpful, ONLY if it does.

  2. May you find the fiend and bring him to justice! At this point, all of the mini puzzles have been played before, and the game has become excrutiatingly boring. As well, assorted memory, sliding box, recognition, and other brain teasers keep the game fresh and the action moving.

  3. The story line was fun and the puzzles were great also. It is challenging but not so much to get you discouraged. If you have trouble dealing with psychic abilities or raising the dead, you might want to bail out now. Part 6: This is a simple memory-like mini game.

  4. Different endings at the end, based on score, is what I like! It's probably one of the best HOGs I've played. Well, it'd be four if the story was better, five if it was on par with some of the more suspenseful titles. Or would you know what, for example, a "Pirate's Pale" is? Good for maybe an hour if one can overlook the sloppy typos , but really not more than that.

  5. Contributing to this was that there is only a limited number of locations which one visits again and again throughout the game. The screens below show you the positions of the objects in the order as they appear on the bottom. However, the story line, as mystic and convoluted as it was, made me want to see how it all turned out I got the best ending, but I do wonder what the lesser endings were. Over all, it was a good long game for the money, and I managed to learn a few things in the process, which is a lot, considering I'm a college-educated grandma. If you answered "In the general direction of away.

  6. You might be shown a close-up photo of an item, then asked to guess what it is. Part 5: Find fifteen stars in the scene. I played in relaxed mode so I would be more involved with the story and not just rush to get finished with each scene. This is not a kids game, unless your kid can identify a wide variety of deities, landmarks, flowers, dogs, and fruit, the flags of the world, do math problems, and generally knows the difference between a kendo sword and a katana. At this point, all of the mini puzzles have been played before, and the game has become excrutiatingly boring.

  7. The hidden object sequences are beautifully designed and will challenge even the most seasoned player. It has revival of the dead people, and a psychic that works together with a local cop named Nina, to solve this mystery. When the story starts to reach its climax though, you are going to be staring at your computer going, "What, WHAT?

  8. The screens below show you the positions of the objects in the order as they appear on the bottom. Once Cate has all the information she needs, the victims are taken to the Ossuary — a bizarre machine designed to revive them — which Cate must activate with the approprate Key. I played in relaxed mode so I would be more involved with the story and not just rush to get finished with each scene. May you find the fiend and bring him to justice! Then suddenly I realized that absolutely nothing was new or different, and that I was just playing the same screens and minis over and over and over and over again.

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