Jane Angel: Templar Mystery

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 am willing to work with game makers with different languages than mine. One of the mini games is quite original, and the spot the difference game is a little different too. No adventure, rare puzzles, one minigame in 50 minutes of the demo and a couple of original features: - 1: instead of simply finding the differences, you have to locate where the items are misplaced and replace them in the window on the right half of the screen as per the example given in the window on the left. 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. Enjoyed it! I love everything about the Templars and the storyline is not outlandish. This one took some work. Each time you misclick you hear a "bang", faintly at first, but it gets louder and louder with every additional misclick! Enjoyed the puzzles. Thanks anyway, Gamehouse! Making the in-game version easy was a good idea, as pure HOG players might otherwise find it annoying - the bonus version gives players the best of both worlds. Hints recharge fast, thank Goodness, but the cursor is a I usually turn the sound down or off so can't make a valid comment about it.

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I wouldn't play it again or recommend it to anyone. One plus with this game is that the HOS and other scenes are bright. I needed to take breaks during some screens as well as in between screens! I am enjoying it very much. Airport - baggage claim section] and this is the first HOS filled to Gardenscapes brim with all kinds of objects, which are given in Mhstery list that fills up as you eliminate items. Interesting mini games. I did play it until the - very abrupt - end. I make it about halfway through a chapter, then I have to quit because I get a bit bored. However I felt the only thing Mytsery about the actual storyline is that I was not missing much by Jewel Quest: Seven Seas understanding it! The artwork is nice, the story is nice, and it was cool learning more about The Templars. I hope one comes out very soon. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by BirdLover89 from Didn't finish This game was pretty boring, although not so boring that I wouldn't Mah Jong Quest III: Balance of Life finished it had I not Jane Angel: Templar Mystery to a game Temlar I could not figure out and Temlpar not skip. I am purchasing this one.

For those of you who prefer hard complicated HO games I like the mini-games, and the history that goes along with it is interesting. The scenes are atmospheric enough though the character animation is poor, and Jane's diary is a nice touch. Otherwise, it is a great HO game anad hope more will come to pick up where this left off. I've played this game several times and still enjoy it. I am purchasing this one. There are often over 30 search items per screen to find in silence - that also draws the game out. 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. The graphics are good, the objects are clear but still often hard to spot, and the scenes are varied. The background graphics are great, but the HO's are haphazard and all over the place. Some of the items were way too small to find - I found myself clicking all over just to move on. 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 needed to take breaks during some screens as well as in between screens! I am enjoying it very much. Interesting mini games.

I also found the constantly flashing "HINT" button mildly annoying. Disjointed music background is a distraction, but the visuals are fairly good. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lisabroken from mystery hidden object myistery hidden object ilike to play this Needless to say this is not enough to Jane Angel: Templar Mystery 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. Finished Be Richer in a few hours. I would recommend this game for everyone!!!!!! Since there is no walkthrough, I just discontinued the game. One plus with this game is that the HOS and other scenes are bright. A disappointment on many levels. I'm still dragging through the chapters. It is not very challenging, but it is fun. I had Mystdry mute my speakers; no big deal because you do have sound effects, Holiday Adventures: Hawaii are Anyel: annoyance, but no voice-over [all cutscenes are scripted], and the in-game music is not worth remembering, Monument Builders: Statue of Liberty for Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata. Interesting mini games.


One plus with this game is that the HOS and other scenes are bright. On the plus side, the clue screen does re-energize quickly and has a timer to let you know how long before you can have another hint Hint: some clues don't appear on the screen at the outset of your search - don't look too hard for all of them at first, cuz they may not be there yet! Mini-games are not too numerous, but easy and enjoyable enough. I've played this game several times and still enjoy it. 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. And a solid plot would have kept the player's interest much higher throughout the game. Thanks anyway, Gamehouse! Thank you to the team that came up with this one! The graphics are beautiful, the hidden objects challenging, but. I did play it until the - very abrupt - end. This game is best for those who like straight HOGs with a little twist in presentation. I agree that the English translation on some words have some issues but it's not that bad.

For me, games are a relaxation and I don't want a high level of challenge - this game fits the bill nicely. There are often over 30 search items per screen to find in silence - that also draws the game out. 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. Most of the objects are well hidden, and it is challenging enough to require an occasional break before getting right back to it. Interesting mini games. I thought I or Jane Angel was moving on to another chapter when suddenly I get the credits The graphics are beautiful, the hidden objects challenging, but. There are some different objects to find from the first time round - always a plus, mini games are original,and the whole way the game works is not like any I've come across before. Didn't really follow the storyline since you're able to click thru the dialogue rather than having to listen to it before you can proceed. 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. I love everything about the Templars and the storyline is not outlandish. 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. The ending was far too abrupt - a short final chapter with a little extra difficulty or drama would have made all the difference. Since there is no walkthrough, I just discontinued the game. I hope one comes out very soon.

2 thoughts on “Jane Angel: Templar Mystery

  1. Since my first love is adventure games, I wasn't enthralled with it. The graphics are beautiful, the hidden objects challenging, but. It's great that BFG has such a wide variety of games for all tastes! I also found the constantly flashing "HINT" button mildly annoying.

  2. I needed to take breaks during some screens as well as in between screens! Most of the objects are well hidden, and it is challenging enough to require an occasional break before getting right back to it. 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.

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