Mortimer Beckett and the Book of Gold Collectors Edition

Have you heard about the mysterious Book of Gold? A tome of many secrets, it’s already brought an unlikely couple together on a quest to find it - the introverted thinker Mortimer, and the extroverted, spontaneous Kate. But there’s many more twists to come. Help Mortimer and Kate on their quest to find the legendary Book of Gold!

He's never had a love interest before and will somehow make the game even more fun. I just love this series. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Scarlitlake from I loved this game! This game is fun, some levels are more difficult and it took me a while to get it, but that is all about it, to have fun. The theme song is really neat, actually sung and the music in the game has almost a Pink Panther type sound, but I could be wrong. Rated 5 out of 5 by moonlanding from Book of Gold What an unexpected delight. With in each chapter there is a mouse to find as well as a mini-game to complete. I know I will enjoy it, as I have never been disappointed with a Mortimer Beckett game. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by atteckwhite from Not Sure My demo went by so fast, I just simply bought it, to carry on! It actually is fun to have a little town and bump into the other characters. This inheritance and the Book of Gold sends Mortimer on an adventure to unusual places, lots of things to search for, a mystery to solve and bad guys to hinder his quest. I just hope they don't get in each other's way lol! The graphics are sharp, minimal animation, very colorful.

This is a game the whole family can enjoy. Enough content to keep you busy for a while All in all, Mortimer Beckett and the Book of Gold is clearly a lot more engaging and fun than your typical hidden object game, mainly because the mechanics are so well-designed. They want the Book of Gold and he is in their way! I think this is a sweet, positive change for Mortimer Beckett. It is not worth paying a double. I just love this series. Complete a level using no hints and win a green check mark. I was happy to see Mortimer back and once again bumbling along but succeeding in the end. The graphics were great and I love a good storyline which it had. He travels there and finds the place in a mess and while cleaning things up finds a letter from Uncle Jerome telling of an important artifact, the "Book of Gold". I love that it starts in Snuggford and has a Delicious tie in. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kaca66 from Still Mortimer game with an addition of Patrick's sister I played a demo and I think the game is brilliant. Rated 5 out of 5 by moonlanding from Book of Gold What an unexpected delight. So Mortimer inherits his uncle's museum in the little town of Snuggford. He hooks up with a very bored young lady from Snuggford, just dying for something exciting to happen in her life.

I thought this was more interesting and fun than most of the games i've played in a long time! So Mortimer inherits his uncle's museum in the little town of Snuggford. It took me a while to get into the rhythm of this game but once I did, I really enjoyed it. I only had to skip two of the puzzles because there was no clue on what to do. This fits the bill. Mortimer has just inherited his uncle's museum. I admit it could have been more challenging but I thought it was fun and I hope there are more MB games in the future. The graphics were great and I love a good storyline which it had. The last couple of games he was looking pretty Ugh! The level can always be replayed if you don't succeed the first time. Plenty of puzzles and challenges not just hidden object and a simple and silly but coherent storyline. Use the items you find to tackle the puzzles Each level starts off by requiring you to find a handful of objects, which can then be used to solve one or more puzzles. He travels there and finds the place in a mess and while cleaning things up finds a letter from Uncle Jerome telling of an important artifact, the "Book of Gold". He hooks up with a very bored young lady from Snuggford, just dying for something exciting to happen in her life.


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Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cyndrap from Glad to see Mortimer back! I admit that I Sakura Day 2 Mahjong voices rather that writing on screen when characters are talking. No matter, I love it! It is not worth paying a double. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by atteckwhite from Not Sure I admit it could have been more challenging but I thought it was fun and I hope there are more MB games in the future. Mortimer is quite the character, he loves talking to himself in Becktt humorous fashion as he bumbles through the museum looking for the elusive book of gold his late uncle tasked him with in a letter he stumbles upon in the first level. The game-play and graphics are flawless and the storyline is well tye making this a quality game. Millennium: A New Hope absolutely love the Mortimer Beckett games and own them all, and now this one. The last couple of games he was looking pretty Ugh! The atmosphere that the old MB games is just not there Date published: Rated BeTrapped! out of 5 by moonlanding from Book of Gold What an unexpected delight. I think Shining Plume hesitated me on the game was the tie in to delicious.

I'm always looking for something a bit different. I know I will enjoy it, as I have never been disappointed with a Mortimer Beckett game. The interface is very simple as well, especially since all you have to do is click on things, drag items around and interact with certain objects. This fits the bill. Mortimer has just inherited his uncle's museum. I'm pretty tired of the same old dark hidden object games and this is very different from those. The last couple of games he was looking pretty Ugh! This game is fun, some levels are more difficult and it took me a while to get it, but that is all about it, to have fun. Now he's a cute little guy, still geeky but more likeable. It is the first CE and still comes with no frills. Plenty of puzzles and challenges not just hidden object and a simple and silly but coherent storyline. On the other hand, there is a hint system in place, just in case you are stuck and you need a bit of help. If you accomplish this on each level, you win a trophy.

Once you piece together the objects you drag them into the scene to use. Not my cup of team but try it. Mortimer's ReignMaker has changed and I like it, Battle Slots improvement. I think you Mortimeer be charmed. This fits the bill.


10 thoughts on “Mortimer Beckett and the Book of Gold Collectors Edition

  1. I only had two puzzles in the demo and the first one was quite clever. It is not worth paying a double. It actually is fun to have a little town and bump into the other characters.

  2. That also serves as the hint button too I think. I admit that I prefer voices rather that writing on screen when characters are talking. NOTE: This is a downloader for the game. Downloaded trial.

  3. They end up together in this big adventure. SOme of what i say goes back to roo. There is a skip button.

  4. Enough content to keep you busy for a while All in all, Mortimer Beckett and the Book of Gold is clearly a lot more engaging and fun than your typical hidden object game, mainly because the mechanics are so well-designed. On the other hand, there is a hint system in place, just in case you are stuck and you need a bit of help. My only complaint is it would have been nice to have been able have more than one game saved, it meant having to wait until the other person had finished playing.

  5. The interface is very simple as well, especially since all you have to do is click on things, drag items around and interact with certain objects. Complete a level using no hints and win a green check mark. I only had two puzzles in the demo and the first one was quite clever.

  6. The registration is free and the account will let you earn free games, play community games or participate in game forums, write reviews as well as offer you significant discounts. Very Fun. Some of the extra puzzles are a pain but if you keep trying you will get them.

  7. Now he's a cute little guy, still geeky but more likeable. Very Fun. This is a light hearted hidden- object adventure game packed with a lot of charm.

  8. I admit it could have been more challenging but I thought it was fun and I hope there are more MB games in the future. My demo went by so fast, I just simply bought it, to carry on! Thus, you really feel proud after you manage to find the solution to a puzzle. They want the Book of Gold and he is in their way! The interface is very simple as well, especially since all you have to do is click on things, drag items around and interact with certain objects.

  9. The graphics were great and I love a good storyline which it had. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kaca66 from Still Mortimer game with an addition of Patrick's sister I played a demo and I think the game is brilliant. He hooks up with a very bored young lady from Snuggford, just dying for something exciting to happen in her life. No matter, I love it!

  10. I only had to skip two of the puzzles because there was no clue on what to do. The story follows Mortimer and his friend Kate as they embark on a journey to find the Book of Gold, a magical artifact of untold power. I'm pretty tired of the same old dark hidden object games and this is very different from those.

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