Crossroad Mysteries: The Broken Deal

In Crossroad Mysteries - The Broken Deal, a young woman haunted by nightmares is determined to find answers. After recalling some very early memories of an asylum near her childhood home, she knows that the only way to find answers is to go there and learn the truth at any cost. Help her dig up her past and brace yourself for what you’re about to find out!

The ending was such a disappointment! You can choose the difficulty level from Easy to Nightmare, and all information is logged into your Journal. The ending was so bad. Anyways, the game in question is an old school, no hand holding game that totally makes you use your gray matter. There aren't a whole lot of mini games in the demo, but they really aren't that bad in my opinion, I found them to all be doable and entertaining. Most of the time I ended up skipping the game because I did not either understand the instructions or the game had no instructions as in the medicine making game--you have a piece of paper with a lot of colors-shapes of 3 jars and the only information you have is to mix the ingredients according to the clue. I never have the music on so cannot comment on that, I just have sound on. Never had that happen to me before in one of these games A mother with a sick child,makes a bad deal I'm so disappointed. You are at times given choices to make in the game which will alter certain aspects of gameplay. Nothing was really explained, the story was really weak because of it. Did she get out of the church? I was really getting into the storyline, and it has some really good features, such as collectible Wooden Crosses to give you extra Hints you can also combine 3 elements in a row, I'm assuming in a mini game, to add hints if you run out, but you start out with several hints and I never ran out to find out specifics of this feature The crosses aren't easy to find either, I'm not sure if they aren't available in every scene or I just didn't always spot them! This is a fun and challenging game.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Sami from old school adventure player? What happened to Anna? Love the atmosphere -- very well presented. Not sure why I had an extra key when the game was over but apparently didn't need it. What happened to Anna in her early childhood? Lots of puzzles and a very eerie, creepy feeling. Wish i had never played this HO. I highly recommend you give the demo a try to see for yourself! Nothing was really explained, the story was really weak because of it. The mini games were harder than usual and the hops were really good. A masterpiece. There aren't a whole lot of mini games in the demo, but they really aren't that bad in my opinion, I found them to all be doable and entertaining.

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So now I just have to know what happens next. A masterpiece. You can choose the difficulty level Monkey Business Easy to Nightmare, and all information is logged into your Journal. It made me so angry that I had wasted time on Crossroad Mysteries: The Broken Deal game. The ending was so bad. Nothing was really explained, the story was really weak because of it. Tradewinds Classic final puzzle is a card game which you play with an opponent and I believe the outcome, win or lose, changes the game ending, though I will have to play again to confirm that perception. Happy adventuring to those of you that opt to give this excellently developed game a chance! It takes a little while to figure out some of the things that need to be done but the instructions are very good and helpful. Yes, it is old school but that just adds Go-Go Gourmet the story line and challenge. Im only an hour in and im totally hooked! Yep, you must make life or death decisions, so choose wisely! We were not happy.

Story was good but mini games are lacking in basic understandable instructions and clues The final puzzle is a card game which you play with an opponent and I believe the outcome, win or lose, changes the game ending, though I will have to play again to confirm that perception. Good story line. Most of them were challenging without a frustration factor though I did skip the stone button game in the church as I simply could not get up to speed to beat it. The ending was such a disappointment! The Broken Deal is about a woman who remembers nothing about her past, a woman branded with unknown symbol stigmatas on the palms of both of her hands. Enjoyed every minute. I highly recommend this game! Finally a game that made me think extra hard. So now I just have to know what happens next. If this story had been told properly it would really help this game. Very unsatisfying ending. This game on difficult mode really makes you use your brain and use logic rather than being hand held all the way. I tried I really did but it doesn't get any better!!

Oh, and there is a jump map. What happened to Anna in her early childhood? I never write a review, but I feel, that with this game I have to share my thoughts. Date published: It made me so angry that I had wasted time on the game. Story was good but mini games are lacking in basic understandable instructions and clues So many objects labeled really wrong. Yep, you must make life or Stranded in Time decisions, so choose wisely! There aren't a whole lot of mini games in the demo, but they really aren't that bad in my opinion, I found them to all be doable and entertaining. There are also Conversation Choices at times to make, and the feature I loved the best, was that my decisions actually matter. A for-sure buy for me -- I enjoyed every minute of the demo. Be aware that in the planeshoot the wolf!!!!!! The ending was such a disappointment! Up to this moment all her memories were as though wrapped in a white shroud. Never had that happen to me before in one of these games


Uses for found objects is logical so far , decisions you make as a player affects what happens next as another reviewer has already noted. The ending was such a disappointment! Excellent puzzles and challenges. I'm sorry. It takes a little while to figure out some of the things that need to be done but the instructions are very good and helpful. Good story line. Simply put - it was a great game, great graphics with some jumpy bits etc - I even died at one point! Did she get out of the church? The graphics and sound for the game are great and there are plenty of chocolate bars and crosses around to pick up and add high numbers to your hint reserve. Very unsatisfying ending. Love the atmosphere -- very well presented. A mother with a sick child,makes a bad deal Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Rotate the knob to set the radio frequency using the light brightness as your clue.

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Crossroad Mysteries The Broken Deal

11 thoughts on “Crossroad Mysteries: The Broken Deal

  1. The mini games were harder than usual and the hops were really good. Who is the ghost? Lots of puzzles and a very eerie, creepy feeling. The ending was so bad.

  2. I'm so disappointed. The graphics aren't all that great, but they are decent enough to make the game enjoyable, and the iconic old school vibe, adds to the mystery. Yes, it is old school but that just adds to the story line and challenge. So many objects labeled really wrong.

  3. There aren't a whole lot of mini games in the demo, but they really aren't that bad in my opinion, I found them to all be doable and entertaining. The mini games had no direction so they were quite difficult to play. Great storyline so far, pleasing and not over-coloured graphics that suit the mood and story, loved the sound effects, too.

  4. The ending was such a disappointment! Never had that happen to me before in one of these games The style of the game is adventure based with some hidden object scenes and a slew of puzzles which vary in difficulty. A masterpiece.

  5. Up to this moment all her memories were as though wrapped in a white shroud. Usually it's a puzzle, match 3 or a time management on sale. Date published: The ending was such a disappointment! What happened to Anna in her early childhood?

  6. What happened to Anna? Who is the ghost? Not sure why I had an extra key when the game was over but apparently didn't need it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lauraleewarner from The Devil Made Me Do It The game has all the good elements,the story line was a good tale.

  7. They are decent enough, and the graphics are clear enough, nothing special, but nothing horrible either. Simply put - it was a great game, great graphics with some jumpy bits etc - I even died at one point! Finally a game that made me think extra hard.

  8. Uses for found objects is logical so far , decisions you make as a player affects what happens next as another reviewer has already noted. Simply put - it was a great game, great graphics with some jumpy bits etc - I even died at one point! The graphics, sound and mechanics all seem to be of good quality.

  9. BUY IT! Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Rotate the knob to set the radio frequency using the light brightness as your clue. Wish i had never played this HO.

  10. It made me so angry that I had wasted time on the game. The style of the game is adventure based with some hidden object scenes and a slew of puzzles which vary in difficulty. This game on difficult mode really makes you use your brain and use logic rather than being hand held all the way. The graphics, sound and mechanics all seem to be of good quality.

  11. Nothing was really explained, the story was really weak because of it. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Rotate the knob to set the radio frequency using the light brightness as your clue. I never write a review, but I feel, that with this game I have to share my thoughts. The ending was such a disappointment! I have only played part of the demo I just died but I am resurrected!

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