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!
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Plenty of puzzles and challenges not just hidden object and a simple and silly but coherent storyline. Complete a level using no hints and win a green check mark. The graphics were great and I love a good storyline which it had. Thus, you really feel proud after you manage to find the solution to a puzzle. I've played the rest and loved them so here we go. I Becketf the storyline. I admit that I prefer voices rather that writing on screen when characters are talking. No matter, I love it! 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". There are subtle little Sparkle 2 throughout, but not the kind that are annoying. Becketr 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 Risen Dragons puzzles. 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. It is always a nice, fun challenge without pulling your hair out.
Mortimer is quite the character, he loves talking to himself in a 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. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by beestitcher from Fun! If you accomplish this on each level, you win a trophy. It actually is fun to have a little town and bump into the other characters. I admit that I prefer voices rather that writing on screen when characters are talking. Enjoyed the additional side puzzles but not sure how I will ever beat the timer on some of them. I really enjoyed this game. Opposites attract! No matter, I love it! 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. That also serves as the hint button too I think. Her review was led me to buy the game.
I thought this was a great Editio and I want more. As mentioned before, however, you can always use the hint system in order to figure out what you should be doing, although the sense of achievement is evaporated in the process. Trophies are kept in suitcase in upper right corner, can view anytime. Pyramid Pays Slots II published: Rated 4 out of 5 by atteckwhite from Not Sure Find a powerful artifact by solving riddles Mortimer Beckett and the Book of Gold is a hidden object game that also features a few puzzle elements here and there, and they are actually very well-integrated. It's been a long time since I've played the previous MB games so I can't comment on the changes. He hooks up with a very bored young lady from Snuggford, just dying for something Mother Nature to happen in her life. It is the first CE and still comes with no frills. Not my cup of team but try it. I'm not too sure about these crossover games. To buy the product you need to register with Big Fish. The interface is Collectprs simple as well, especially since all you have to do is click on things, drag items around and interact with certain objects.
Very Fun. It is not worth paying a double. The only annoying thing is that Big fish only offers a collector's edition. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cyndrap from Glad to see Mortimer back! Once you piece together the objects you drag them into the scene to use. Thus, you really feel proud after you manage to find the solution to a puzzle. I never review games anymore but I had to try to raise the rating on this one! I'm always looking for something a bit different. I was happy to see Mortimer back and once again bumbling along but succeeding in the end. Find a powerful artifact by solving riddles Mortimer Beckett and the Book of Gold is a hidden object game that also features a few puzzle elements here and there, and they are actually very well-integrated. Please try this game and the others in this series. I thought this was a great addition and I want more. The graphics are sharp, minimal animation, very colorful.There are subtle little sparkles throughout, but not the kind that are annoying. But the changes in this one are delightful and there is very minimal character movement in this cartoonish installment. To buy the product you need to register with Big Fish. I only had to skip two of the puzzles because there was no clue on what to do. It is a still more like the Mortimer games and not Delicious and why Mortimer can't meet his dream girl? They end up together in this big adventure. I loved the storyline. There is a skip button. Not my cup of team but try it. It is always a nice, fun challenge without pulling your hair out. I think what hesitated me on the game was the tie in to delicious. The level can always be replayed if you don't succeed the first time. I know I will enjoy it, as I have never been disappointed with a Mortimer Beckett game.
VideoMortimer Beckett and the book of gold Level 2 Walkthrough
Once run, the application will automatically download and install the game on your computer. This fits the bill. I only had to skip two of the puzzles because there was no clue on what to do. The last couple of games he was looking pretty Ugh! Downloaded trial. So Mortimer inherits his uncle's museum in the little town of Snuggford. Rated 5 out of 5 by moonlanding from Book of Gold What an unexpected delight. As in all Mortimer games they are cleverly hidden and not super easy to find. Mortimer Beckett games are always fun with just enough average to hard challenge. Now he's a cute little guy, still geeky but more likeable. They want the Book of Gold and he is in their way! Complete a level using no hints and win a green check mark. 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.