Jane Angel, an FBI agent and an art expert, is investigating the Holy Grail! Follow the clues and find this priceless treasure! Where could the Holy Grail be found nowadays? Was it brought to Colombia by Columbus under the Red Templar’s Cross on his sails? Was it buried under Roslyn Chapel in Scottish Mountains? Are Maltese Knights, Hospitaller considered to be the keepers of the Holy Grail? Discover the truth in Jane Angel: Templar Mystery, a gorgeous Hidden Object game.
I'm still dragging through the chapters. It might seem like it would make the game too easy, but they get around this by often having multiple objects of a kind, e. Since there is no walkthrough, I just discontinued the game. I'm an editor so I admit to grammar snobbery, but some of the errors in the story copy are egregious. However I felt the only thing clear about the actual storyline is that I was not missing much by not understanding it! This can be a relaxing game, but if you play against the clock, it's much more challenging. Audio was very limited, but while I appreciate good sound and music in games, I find I don;t really miss it very much when it's not present, so it didn't spoil my enjoyment. Unfortunately, it's not keeping my interest. I love the scrolling screen and that objects become available as you scroll through the scene. Thank you to the team that came up with this one! The game was to short for me, and the ending just seemed like they didn't feel like working on the game any longer. The only feature I really appreciated is the background to the story: - the intro gives a summary of the history of the Knights Templar Order, how it was founded, what its objectives were [eg: the Holy Grail] and how it was persecuted by the King of France, jealous of its wealth; we learn a little bit about the Crusades, too, as well as, later in the game, about Columbus, his supposed link with the Order and how the surviving Knights would have reached America via an old Viking route. As for the misspelled words and some of the HOs not being labeled correctly, that was no big problem for me. I liked the history lessons on the Crusades and the Knights Templar, which were in excellent English because they were probably copied out of a book. No bonus rounds, just over.
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The only thing I was disappointed about is that I can not see another Jane Angel game that Legendary Mahjong on with the Templar Mystery. The hints system is very helpful in finding that last item that's just too well hidden and they quickly recharge. Long, boring game. Enjoyed it! I would recommend this game for everyone!!!!!! It's great that BFG has such a wide variety of games for all tastes! Most of the objects are well hidden, and it is challenging enough to require an occasional break before getting right back to it. For those of you who prefer hard complicated HO games The Hidden Objects are spread out and not on top of each other, or so small you can't find them. The ending was far too Jane Angel: Templar Mystery - a short final chapter with a little extra difficulty or drama would have made all the difference. I usually turn the sound down or off so can't make a valid comment about it. Too bad I Mayan Prophecies: Ship of Spirits finish it. Otherwise, it is a great HO game anad hope more will come to pick up where this left off. Finished it in a few hours.
Some of the items were way too small to find - I found myself clicking all over just to move on. I like the scrollable HOS and mini-games. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by fredandethel from Something a bit different, try it and see! I hope one comes out very soon. When I sit down to play a game, I want to relax and play the game, not feel cheated because I've had to spend half of my time looking up directions and clues. I'd recommend this for the bored, with not much else to do. I usually turn the sound down or off so can't make a valid comment about it. Ending sounds like there is more fun to come! I am purchasing this one. As for the misspelled words and some of the HOs not being labeled correctly, that was no big problem for me. I think they tried quite hard with this game. When characters are talking, the conversation box changes quickly so you eiter have to read extremely fast, or just miss most of what they are saying.
I'll play the sequel if there is one. Overall, a great game. Needless to say this is not enough to induce me to buy this game; I quit at end of Chapter 1, there are simply too many HO Scenes for me and each one is much too long. I'm still dragging through the chapters. I'm an editor so I admit to grammar snobbery, but some of the errors in Argonauts Agency: Glove of Midas story copy are egregious. The Hidden Objects are Mysteyr out and not on top of each other, or so small you can't find them.
I can see where a gamer who likes a lot of adventure and challenges would not like this game but for someone who likes mostly hidden object puzzles with no irritation because the mini games are too hard and you cant skip them will like this game! Some of the items were way too small to find - I found myself clicking all over just to move on. I did play it until the - very abrupt - end. If you like this kind of game you will find the in-game versions too easy but you will appreciate the bonus version. Also, the characters are pretty lame. It is a real shame that this game isn't wonderful. If you are a fun of the genre, this game stands a good chance to make you happy. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Oldpilot38 from Good story, disappointing aspects Intriguing story line more or less historically accurate however it is really only a collection of HO scenes with tenuous connection. The game did have pretty scenery and most of the games were quite fun to do. Airport - baggage claim section] and this is the first HOS filled to the brim with all kinds of objects, which are given in a list that fills up as you eliminate items. The only thing I was disappointed about is that I can not see another Jane Angel game that continues on with the Templar Mystery. This can be a relaxing game, but if you play against the clock, it's much more challenging. Long, boring game. Bottom line: when an adventure search game uses a sonata as a backdrop, you might want to look elsewhere! The graphics are its only saving grace - a scrolling screen permits a larger search screen.