Secret City: The Human Threat

Domini Games brings you the latest exhilarating adventure in the Secret City series! Someone’s broken into the Secret City Bank of Artifacts! As the city’s favorite detective, you’ve been called in to use your magical know-how and crack the case. But as the number of robberies and disappearances grow, you quickly find yourself in a race not just to keep the Secret City hidden, but to save the very heart of London itself! Can you stop a band of dangerous criminals from plunging your city into chaos before it’s too late? Find out in this spell-binding Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

Part of the success also has to be credited to a rich backstory and likable characters. Unlike its predecessors, this sequel actually follows through with its introductory premise and features a storyline that remains captivating all the way until the very end. Surprisingly, it's not money they are after, because this bank has something far more valuable than cold hard cash. Secret City: The Human Threat took me roughly four hours to complete, plus an additional 50 minutes from the bonus chapter. The game leans heavily toward its puzzles, even the hidden object scenes themselves feel and play like puzzles they can also be switched with Match 3 mini-games. However, I actually really enjoyed the games, as they didn't feel like a nuisance getting in the way of my good time. This designation can be set in the menu as well; however, if a player changes their mind, the difficulty can be changed while playing the puzzle. Sounds like a great idea, hire a human detective to thwart the Human Threat apocalypse! It also indicates where we may have missed a collectible, or you can remove that feature for more challenge. Can you catch the sneaky crime mafia while keeping the identity of the Secret City under wraps in this fast-paced fantasy adventure in the heart of London? So happy to know, too, thanks to Sunnyglow. The frustrating part is the repetitiveness of the tasks and inventory, just too many times the same chisel or hammer or If a player does not wish to play a scene, there is a Match-3 game which can be played instead.

I doubt that I could walk into a room with the bad guy and wonder around in his stuff without some sort of backlash. After two mediocre installments, the Secret City franchise has finally found its footing. I was very pleased that you're given a choice between playing a HOS or a Match 3. Wonderful colors, bright, but not over powering. So, for everybody in my case, please make us sweet subtitles that are not to hard to read However, I actually really enjoyed the games, as they didn't feel like a nuisance getting in the way of my good time. I am looking forward to more excellent gameplay and the bonus chapter. This is not a game I would buy at all and I have many games since I am so tired of wanting to play a good HOPA game only to find that I am short-changed on the HOS and instead find myself mired in one puzzle after another. There is a variety of them. We sort of have a helpful bulldog, along with a communicator so we can understand what he is saying when he barks. It got right into the job the detective had at hand and away she went through the portal, after some necessary tasks, of course! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by sbechirian from Wish to make my point As in many games from other developpers, I found the subtitles of this game a little small. I don't care what they have to say. Scenes are fairly clear and items are not difficult to find.


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Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ender07 from Secret City puzzled me crazy. I was very pleased that you're given a choice between playing a HOS or a Match 3. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by jmarc24 from fun game I really enjoyed this game. Rotating one affects the others. Logic puzzle. Secret City: The Human Threat took me roughly four hours to complete, plus an additional 50 minutes from the bonus chapter. On a Secret City: The Human Threat, rotate stars so that connectors between the stars are the same color. Thanks for the reviews. The Secret City series is one that I have enjoyed, and this game had the potential to be better than the others but when I reached my burnout point of solving too many puzzles, I quit playing the game. I dont have reading glasses and always love to read the subtitles because I understand better the story this way. I found that some movements didn't make a Ancient Tripeaks of sense, even for a game. Escape to the magical world of the Secret City to defeat a power-hungry crime boss out to steal an artifact, the Heart of London. You can only switch emblems which are next to each other. Starting with an American black cab driver wishing me to have a good day in London was not the most auspicious Charma: The Land of Enchantment and while I realise that the biggest market for these games is the USA it would be nice to get apposite accents and references i. Gnomes Garden Christmas Story you are a fan of puzzles, then this is the game for you.

The dialogue and helpful notes at the top are extremely hard to read because it is so dark. Collect morphs. There were few characters in the demo and my time was mostly spent inside at the scene of the crime. However, some pretty good HOPS. If we didn't care for the HOGs, we could switch to a March 3 game. I don't care what they have to say. I want to catch that cold-hearted bad guy and turn him into a dirt clod or something Surprisingly, it's not money they are after, because this bank has something far more valuable than cold hard cash. There is a beautiful one set in clouds in which ravens must be located using a light to see through the clouds. Below are a few of the mini-games that I enjoyed: 1-Set valves according to the number of colored capacitor's connected to each dial. Nevertheless, there are puzzles which do not have this designation. We still had a few simple puzzles as well. This bank stores Magical Artifacts, artifacts that would expose the Secret hidden City and all of its magical citizens to the human world.

Music isn't too bad, but does get annoying after a while. I found most easy to locate. It is action-packed with plenty of activities to keep a good pace throughout. I do wish it was the opposite. I enjoyed the task of looking for collectibles and achievements were fun, too. The Human Threat has morphing objects, coins, and photos to find My Farm not all of them are Seccret to spot.


The graphics well-portray the two worlds — that of magic and that of humans. Until a few started to bang the drum of wanting more and more puzzles, there was a balance between great HOS and puzzles or mini games. This bank stores Magical Artifacts, artifacts that would expose the Secret hidden City and all of its magical citizens to the human world. If a player does not wish to play a scene, there is a Match-3 game which can be played instead. Easy to play on Easy setting. It's better than the game, in all aspects, especially the music! The custom mode lets us reduce skip time on games and hints down to zero. It is a long game from a developer who provides those extras other developers do not. If we didn't care for the HOGs, we could switch to a March 3 game. There are 5 Hidden Object Scenes and 7 Mini-Games in this average-length chapter, and you will pick up the remaining 5 Artifacts, 4 Morphing Photos, and 8 Coins which allows you to purchase the remaining Office Furnishings. Picture puzzle. It also indicates where we may have missed a collectible, or you can remove that feature for more challenge. Three are three 3 collectibles in the game. This fantastic game will steal your heart as well! Areas are clearly identified by name and picture, so we don't have to do a lot of clicking to figure out where we need to go.

12 thoughts on “Secret City: The Human Threat

  1. Everything ran smoothly, the graphics were nice and clear, colors rich and appropriate. I love puzzles but I also love HOS and want a game that has a balance between the two. I dont have reading glasses and always love to read the subtitles because I understand better the story this way. There was also a very creative storybook type scene where the story is read to us and we find the objects by looking at the diagrams as well listening to the dialog. If you are a fan of puzzles, then this is the game for you.

  2. Even though I believe that there are far too many puzzles in the game, the puzzles in The Human Threat are very good. Oftentimes I feel as if developers use puzzles to make game longer. We do travel through a portal, but this time we have no bright lights. Some are rather small, others are just easy to overlook. Secret City: The Human Threat took me roughly four hours to complete, plus an additional 50 minutes from the bonus chapter.

  3. I was surprised by how ridiculous this game is. Locate those landmarks based on description of them. Yes, we still have the creepy four armed people, but they are the good guys.

  4. It lights up when a collectible is within a scene. You can click through dialog without missing any hints or earned objects to help throughout the game. So, for everybody in my case, please make us sweet subtitles that are not to hard to read Even though I believe that there are far too many puzzles in the game, the puzzles in The Human Threat are very good.

  5. Thanks for the reviews. I do not enjoy puzzles that have complicated instructions, reset if I make a mistake, and so many moves I get lost. Unlike its predecessors, this sequel actually follows through with its introductory premise and features a storyline that remains captivating all the way until the very end.

  6. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ender07 from Secret City puzzled me crazy. Returning are the scenes which have sliders which align silhouettes of the items with the items themselves before they are removed. Rotating tiles puzzle. All in all, if you can get past that, this is a good, enjoyable game.

  7. There is an Alternate Match 3 Game available as well. Part of the success also has to be credited to a rich backstory and likable characters. This is not a game I would buy at all and I have many games since

  8. A very appreciated feature, indeed, as was the ability to change from hard to easy mode on games I played. Surprisingly, it's not money they are after, because this bank has something far more valuable than cold hard cash. I was all set to use my free game coupon on this game. I found most easy to locate. Yes, we still have the creepy four armed people, but they are the good guys.

  9. Rotate triangles containing images of pipe pieces imprinted on them, so that all the pipe pieces connect. This designation can be set in the menu as well; however, if a player changes their mind, the difficulty can be changed while playing the puzzle. Had to switch a couple of times.

  10. Move 2 lockpicks one on the top and one on the bottom of a grid across the grid by moving tumblers up and down to create a path for both. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by jmarc24 from fun game I really enjoyed this game. Wonderful colors, bright, but not over powering.

  11. Most are very easy to solve but some are difficult. Returning are the scenes which have sliders which align silhouettes of the items with the items themselves before they are removed. However, the few characters I encountered were very interesting and the voice-overs were great. Even though I believe that there are far too many puzzles in the game, the puzzles in The Human Threat are very good.

  12. Although not my favorite series from this developer; this game stole my heart! Excellent game play, no glitches during the demo. The frustrating part is the repetitiveness of the tasks and inventory, just too many times the same chisel or hammer or Switch royal emblems from hints given on a 5 x 5 grid until each emblem is in the proper position.

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