Sea of Lies: Nemesis

Another intriguing whodunit brought to you by Eipix, the makers of Hidden Expedition: Smithsonian Hope Diamond, and the successful Final Cut series... Authorities are baffled by the death of a prominent citizen, and the Governor himself has asked you to investigate. Can you find out how these men died, how they’re all connected, and most importantly, who killed them? This murderer’s calling card is your nemesis in this exciting continuation of the Sea of Lies series. In this exciting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game, you’ll use a forensics kit to examine murder scenes and look for clues.

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Sea of Lies: Nemesis - Episode 1

The storyline is good, the graphics clear. HO scenes vary in type and objects aren't junk piled. Walk down. Solution C. The story is a murder mystery with a nautical theme which is perfectly supported by the wonderful music; sometimes jaunty and other times atmospheric. Give the letter to Sergio Z. Graphics were great as were the colours used. Well done Eipix! This guide will give step-by-step solutions for all puzzles which are not random. Touch the stone; look at the scroll green. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by LynFrank from True Value This was a fairly logical game, where I didn't have to refer to the strategy tips or the hints. GOOD: 1. It contains a bonus chapter, art gallery, strategy guide, and more. You will be able to find treasure chests you may have missed, play a exciting match three game that will earn you extra gold coins to purchase scenery items.

Date published: Solution L. The storyline is good, the graphics clear. The only dilemma is can I wait for a sale at the weekend or shall I blow my credit today! Return to the Docks. Characters' lips move when they are speaking, making the game a little more realistic. Give the letter to Sergio Z. Go through the center door J1. I recommend this game. Go forward. Hidden-object scenes can have multiple modes of play, from puzzles to silhouette hunts and more, or you can just turn your nose up at them and indulge in a match-3 minigame. Puzzles are fairly straightforward and really well intergrated into the gameplay. Touch the coconuts to begin; guess the location of the gem 3 times Solution:

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Leave a tankard or two for your fans. If you don't care to play every HO scene, you can play a match three game instead. Graphics were great as were the colours used. Solution A. This is a definite buy Nemesls me. Take advantage of all the extras after the bonus game. Even puzzles have sound effects. Talk to the man. Solution: triangle, pentagon, five-pointed star, hexagon, six-pointed star, rhombus. As well as the bonus chapter which really complements the main story, there is another "extra" bonus game unlocked by finding all the treasure chests. GOOD: 1. The adventure that unfolds is what I affectionately call cray-cray, as you deal with poisoned parakeets, murder suspects who are missing fingers, dirty double-and-triple crosses, and Sea of Lies: Nemesis ladies who are oddly keen to tell their life histories and Liess: over valuable artifacts to strangers who show up on their property without introducing themselves. The biggest problem is actually a lack of feedback, since "Think, think, think" and "Let Secrets of the Seas see" don't really provide any indication of what you should be doing, or why something isn't working. And once again, I have to tell King Oddball to watch the credits at the end, because this developer always has amusing lines there.

Solution K. Look at the note J. And once again, I have to tell you to watch the credits at the end, because this developer always has amusing lines there. I can't comment on the music, because I turn it down, but it was not intrusive. Walk down. The thing that most comes to mind when describing Sea of Lies: Nemesis is variety. Go forward. Solution A. Characters' lips move when they are speaking, making the game a little more realistic. Give the letter to Sergio Z. This guide will give step-by-step solutions for all puzzles which are not random. Look at the note. Solution D. Don't drink up all the grog.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by LynFrank from True Value This was a fairly logical game, where I didn't have to refer to the strategy tips or the hints. This guide will not mention each time you have to zoom into a location; the screenshots will show each zoom scene. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mephistopholes from Battle Slots a really satisfying game I haven't reviewed in ages as there just hasn't been a game to grab and hold my attention the way this one has. Go through the Sea of Lies: Nemesis door Jewel Legends: Tree of Life. Touch the coconuts to begin; guess the location of the gem 3 times Solution: Hidden object scenes are not obvious, but quite do-able. Touch the dirt; take the BOX I. Why yes, I frequently have to hunt down ribbons and scissors to fashion grass into brooms to clean up grass! Go to the Pier. The biggest problem is actually a lack of feedback, since "Think, think, think" and "Let me see" don't really provide any indication of what you should be doing, or why something isn't working. Play match-3 Project Rescue Africa of HOS. Enter the Office. Leave a tankard or two for your fans. Look at the note J. Lovely and clear but some searching to do.


Go to the Beach. Return to the Office. Talk to Francisco. Look at the note. Set the dice to this: An Enjoyable Adventure Rotate the pieces to the top. Hidden object scenes are not obvious, but quite do-able. Hidden-object puzzles are referred to as HOPs. And it is! The Eipix team has some funny and clever quotes that will make you smile. It's just more fun that way. Sound effects.

9 thoughts on “Sea of Lies: Nemesis

  1. Again, like last week, it is not a difficult game, but it has so many layers; intergrated puzzles and mini HOSs popping up in unexpected places, pick-ups which require an extra level of interaction to obtain them, and a series of 'plus items' in the inventory which need sorting out or fixing. He ain't usin' 'em, and I promise you there's lots more bodies where that came from! Place the DIE U to activate a puzzle.

  2. Go to the Backyard. Artistically created HOS so things are easy to see but not necessarily to find. Much thought went into doing these. Move the arm H. Grabbing cutscenes, and not just the opening scenes.

  3. Solution C. Use of animation and special effects. The graphics are wonderful, not too dark and very clear. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Tufty57 from Just like Mary Poppins; "Practically perfect in every way!

  4. Touch the dirt; take the BOX I. The biggest problem is actually a lack of feedback, since "Think, think, think" and "Let me see" don't really provide any indication of what you should be doing, or why something isn't working. Note: Currently, only the Collector's Edition is available. Return to the Living Room.

  5. But hey, if you get stuck, just whip out the old fingerprint kit, or steal some gloves off a dead body. Solution L. There is also a choice of Casual, Expert or Insane. Sound effects.

  6. Look at the cards W. Give the letter to Sergio Z. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by LynFrank from True Value This was a fairly logical game, where I didn't have to refer to the strategy tips or the hints.

  7. Each "chapter" of the game comes with a little revelation at the end that adds another twist to the plot while also tying up some of the clues you come across, and the whole thing is just so delightfully handled that fans of mystery stories will really enjoy the story. As an investigator you must track down the killer of high ranking officials and determining how they died. Go to the Docks I. Touch the dirt; take the BOX I.

  8. Sound effects. Solution L. Voices are excellent. The thing that most comes to mind when describing Sea of Lies: Nemesis is variety. Go to the Docks I.

  9. Return to the Living Room. Go to the Prison Yard. Look at the note. Grabbing cutscenes, and not just the opening scenes.

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