The town of Deadwood is being terrorized by the ghost of a murderous outlaw in Ghost Encounters: Deadwood! Break Blackjack’s evil curse and save the day while enjoying the incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure gameplay. After killing 21 men while he was alive, Blackjack is back to kill many more! Grave robbers have unleashed a phantom curse and condemned the entire town. One by one the townsfolk are dropping dead and now it’s up to you to save them in Ghost Encounters: Deadwood!
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Hats off to the Enckunters: This review Ggost for the whole game and playing in Advance mode. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Gayle from Love it! Discuss with other players! Just not enough clues or direction. If you're walking Deadwoof through the streets with a playing card, shovel, empty bucket Ghost Encounters: Deadwood screwdriver in your inventory, you've got no way to help nudge you in the right direction. Things are not explained properly. To do so, you'll need to explore the dark and decrepit town of Deadwood, where you'll be hunting for clues and Meadow Story puzzles while trying to stay one step ahead of Blackjack's ghost. Happy game playing everyone and I leave the decision of purchasing the game up to the individual player Risen Dragons. A beginner could easy play this game as the walk through is pretty explainory and easy to understand. I bought this immediately after the demo. Ghost Encounters: Deadwood was pleasantly surprised at this game and look Encounterd: to more along this line from this dev. Will I recommend this game Hint charges up fast which is a plus, too bad the hint hadn't extended into all of the game.
Hence, it will not show direction and there is no map. Great story. I was not frustrated but relaxed while completing tasks. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by crazy8club from WOW For me the trial was way too short of playing time. But it is certainly worth playing all the way through. Vultures were a great touch. HOS clear and uncluttered, a numerous. I did however get stuck and was about to unistall the game when I decided to read comments in the forum on this game. Finding where to go next is definitely the hardest part. I would have liked to be more tricky and more items to be involved. Have fun and enjoy the challenging game. I really like this game even though it has no map, no hint button except in the HO scenes numerous and the journal is repetitive of what you learned while discovering new locations. The Hint is only available in HOs scenes. Well, that's a tall order, pardner.
The story grabs you from the start. Ghowt Thank you for writing a review! As for game length: Obviously varies from Ghost Encounters: Deadwood player to game player but for me was about 5 hours which I found to be long enough and sure entertained me. There's also jig saw puzzles which I did those along with a few others. Gameplay and puzzles were challenging without being frustrating. I admit, I like to use the hint button sometimes. The graphics were excellent I wish all the games had Deacwood quaility of graphics as Diamon Jones: Devils Contract wouldn. I couldn't wait to finish this game and move Gost Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Gayle from Love it! HOS clear and uncluttered, a numerous. This game really drew me in and right from the get go. I just felt like a detective on the case. I bought this immediately after the demo.
I really enjoyed this game. The puzzles are easy and the objects aren't hard to find and although there is no hint button for what to do next, you can work it out with a little effort and revisiting of scenes. The music or background noise is inoffensive and sits well with the theme of the game. Download the free trial if you want, but don't bother with the whole game. I like having to search for items in order to proceed to the next step. As for game length: Obviously varies from game player to game player but for me was about 5 hours which I found to be long enough and sure entertained me. I admit, I like to use the hint button sometimes. It is so integrated. This does not have a directional hint, just your journal. Get ready for a heavy dose of danger when you go one-on-one against the evil Blackjack's killer ghost in the hidden object adventure thriller Ghost Encounters: Deadwood! Would of bought it sooner but too involved in the game. The mini games were okay and finding things wasn't too hard, but actually using what you gained was a little tricky sometimes. I did have to go to the forum twice to get answers. HOGs plentiful but not too easy. Many have tried to stop the ghost of Blackjack, but all have failed, quite fatally.
Be the first to write a forum post about this game! Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. I sure hope to see more from this developer. There is no replay value. Got hung up once and a screen wouldn't open for me, so I had to Con,Alt and Delete to get out of the game and then sign back in. First I thought it was part of the game and went looking for it again but to no avail. A beginner could easy play this game as the walk through is pretty explainory and easy to understand. Once I got stuck and had to find the answer online, and it was right in front of my face. We can't help you out if you write about it in your post, so click here to go to our Help pages or here to contact our Customer Support Team instead. I was NOT happy. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by crazy8club from WOW For me the trial was way too short of playing time. Great story.