Dark Canvas: A Murder Exposed

You’re called in to photograph a wedding, but what you really expose is a murder. In the next Dark Canvas game from Vast Studios, you play as a wedding photographer who stumbles onto a strange mystery. Be ready to shoot as you follow the clues in this family tragedy. Just watch out for skeletons in their closets! A unique photo feature allows you to capture clues when you see them.

And when you see a shadowy figure outside the house, you understood that something is really wrong… face the danger for your life and life of everyone else in the house in this all-over-the-place Adventure Puzzle Hidden Object Game! Because you are a photographer, you are equipped with a camera that will be used to shoot pictures whenever there's a star like symbol the camera will glow and the pictures slowly reveal the terrifying history that took place inside the Hollow Oak Estate. Rated 5 out of 5 by skyroria from The secret's in the soup, snap it up! The only thing that I have to say negative is that the environment sounds are tied in with the music. The graphics were nice, no overly done color schemes. I was happy to use the map included in this edition because you travel all over that house gathering inventory clues, puzzles, and HOS to discover the killer. Some of the inventory items have plus signs that indicate some type of interaction needs to be performed before the item can be used. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pedroG4mac from Searching for the truth, and in the end, must remain private. Some were to find pairs of related items, match items that are again related, a silhouette type and to search a room through a keyhole to find items that are highlighted in a sentence. No fairy tale plot lines. The clue needed to resolve the dart board is likely somewhere, but I do not know where to find it. Reviewer's have already touched on music "which I thought was okay" and the camera with which you photograph clue's for later use in the 'extras' section of the game.


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Murrer Dark Canvas: A Murder Exposed enjoyed the logic of this game. Date published: Myrder 5 out of 5 by SparkleGlow Expoxed Had Adera great time playing this game! I liked how simple Sparkle 2 was to follow the recipe and make soup. Worth trying it out on the demo. No cute animal helpers. The story begins to draw you in as soon as you find the body in the 'dumb waiter' of the house. I was happy to use the map Mirder in this edition because you travel all over that house gathering inventory clues, puzzles, and HOS to discover the killer. The bonus game is short but interesting. Many locations to explore. I loved the puzzles! The game offers a choice of four modes of gameplay: Easy, Medium, Hard, and Custom. There are voiceovers that are quite good but sadly the game lacks the lip-sync component. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Darkangel from Great old timey murder mystery I loved this game!!!!! Date published: Rated Royal Envoy: Campaign for the Crown out of 5 by denniann2 from find the murderer there is a custom level and an interactive map. This may not be my favorite edition of the Dark Canvas trilogy but it ranks!

The lips did not move, which does not bother me. Some nice food scenes too, which are always a big hit with me, especially stacks of desserts arranged on trays! Interesting little game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by j62janet from Great story I loved the game, I thought the graphics were good, and the story as well. Rated 5 out of 5 by skyroria from The secret's in the soup, snap it up! The bonus game is short but interesting. And not everything is handed to you! I was even able to close the window that the storm blew open letting a gusher of rain in! A dumbwaiter is just a dumbwaiter. You will definitely have fun playing this game! The smiling characters no matter what the dialogue is a little odd, but not a deal breaker. The entire package blends together to create a game that I love.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by shazabella from creepy fun i really enjoyed this game,the graphics were good,the storyline wasnt far fetched like some games and the length of game play was well worth the money Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by grandmacira from You will love this one!! I loved the puzzles! And when you see a shadowy figure outside the house, you understood that something is really wrong… face the danger for your life and life of everyone else in the house in this all-over-the-place Adventure Puzzle Hidden Object Game! I love the cinematics, but I also love the puzzles which seem to be scarce lately. There Dark Canvas: A Murder Exposed so much to discover and so many things to find that at first the game seemed a bit more difficult than usual. If you play on any mode other than "lights out" "don't tell me nothing" there are sparkles and dialogue to help you think out where or what you should try to do. Sparkle 2 me, an altogether smooth game. Great graphics, appropriate music and well done voice overs. The HO scenes were beautiful and not too hard. The Hidden Object Puzzles vary, but none are really unique, I will say however, for the first time in a long time, there was an item I had difficulty spotting on the very first Claws & Feathers 3 item HOP the baby carriage There are Silhouetted Shape finds, and a couple of them required you to find the item in the green text of a sentence one of which was through a tiny keyhole. Many locations to explore. The next puzzle was a math type where we use equations to figure out a combination. I was happy that no violence in action and no blood is shown. Reviewer's have already touched on music "which I thought was okay" and the camera with which you photograph clue's for later use in the 'extras' section of the game.


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Dark Canvas: A Murder Exposed Collector's Edition

You are there to take photo's of the wedding, you have a camera as well, and you have to use it to find hidden pictures, there are collectables to find as well, some I didn't manage to, even though went over the screen quite a few times. And when you see a shadowy figure outside the house, you understood that something is really wrong… face the danger for your life and life of everyone else in the house in this all-over-the-place Adventure Puzzle Hidden Object Game! There are a couple of weak points in the plot, and the music tends to be portentous for no reason, but overall a good game for people who think Frank and Carol's wedding at the Hollow Oak Estate was absolutely beautiful, and they've asked you to return this evening to take one last photograph of Carol and her beloved sister Martha. I loved the puzzles! But all the other parts of this game are intuitive, logical, and creative. Worth trying it out on the demo. The running around was a bit trying at times, but is made up for with a teleporting map. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by BlackwellFan25 from Really enjoyed playing this game! The game offers a choice of four modes of gameplay: Easy, Medium, Hard, and Custom. You have a camera that will be used to take photos that will show important information that you will use at some later point in the game. In more recent games, they show up and if you click too fast they are gone and create a distraction trying to pull them back up if you didn't quite get it the first time. Along the way a little history is revealed about the Whittles. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by OldLady50 from No portals or flying islands There are voiceovers that are quite good but sadly the game lacks the lip-sync component.

Demo this one, I think fans will appreciate this one, and if you haven't played previous ones this is a good place to begin. So many layers and puzzles, despite the best of my efforts to solve them all, I was unable to find the last of the solutions without the walk-through. Another great plus is the simple but clear directions on the puzzles. The color in the scenes are varied some slightly dark, but visible I recommend this game. I found this feature to be really intriguing, especially once I started taking the pics that began to piece together a storyline I needed to know more about. Oh, and the bonus it is good too! There is a lot to do from the start, a transportable map a must for me! Worth trying it out on the demo. The background sound was great in creating an atmosphere of a good murder mystery! Reviewer's have already touched on music "which I thought was okay" and the camera with which you photograph clue's for later use in the 'extras' section of the game. I liked how simple it was to follow the recipe and make soup. The Map was really helpful moving quickly from one side of the house to another.

3 thoughts on “Dark Canvas: A Murder Exposed

  1. Some nice food scenes too, which are always a big hit with me, especially stacks of desserts arranged on trays! It kept me on my toes throughout the game. In custom mode you can set your hints and skips to recharge in a range of 15 to There are many rooms to explore but you cannot gain access until the time is right. You are there to take photo's of the wedding, you have a camera as well, and you have to use it to find hidden pictures, there are collectables to find as well, some I didn't manage to, even though went over the screen quite a few times.

  2. The graphics were great! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mnkysmom from Not bad! And it was refreshing not having absurdly impossible scenarios at every turn.

  3. The good far outweighed the bad for me. I tried to use the hint to solve the dart board puzzle, to no avail. The bonus game is short but interesting.

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