Police are baffled by a series of unexplained cases dubbed, The Vanishing Files. These unsolved cases have paralyzed the city. Enter Cate West, celebrated novelist and insightful visionary! Help Cate find clues, compile evidence, track down the hideout, and name the culprit! Are these mysterious crimes connected? Featuring loads of locations to search, an engrossing storyline, and addictive gameplay, Cate West: The Vanishing Files is an original whodunit!
Date published: I'd grab them up! I really hope to see more Cate West Gameplay-wise, the game is broken down into chapters, and each chapter follows a strict routine. You need to find hidden objects that are on your list and weed out the innocent people until you find the guilty party. Too many spot the differences and deducted waaaaaaay to many points for misclicking! There is no logic as to why locations are being investigated nor to the significance of objects sought a minus. You have to look at two identical scenes and then put objects back into one image or the other so that they both match. Hate these immensely. It is a very nice touch to offer us multiple suspects. Story line is not hard to follow. There's not TOO much repetition in scenes though there is some.
You need to find hidden objects that are on your list and weed out the innocent people until you find the guilty party. In one round of "guess the villain" all the street names were spelled incorrectly except for the actual villain - made it easy to pick that one. Part 1 works like a traditional HOG, where you need to find N objects total, spread across M different scenes. The only thing that kept me at this game was the storyline. Some objects were pretty difficult to find but the number of items you were required to find was always just a few less than the total objects in the scenes for the chapter, so you could skip the hardest to find objects and still finish. I think that the choices you make during play influences the outcome of the game. Part 2 is a bit similar, except that now you're looking for broken pieces of a given object one object per scene, with pieces being duplicated. There is the lame psychic plot, but if you can get past that it plays pretty well. So you wind up waiting for animations to end. The city has a bunch of unexplained cases dubbed The Vanishing Files and Cate West is the man woman for the job. Part 3 has you finding the differences between two photographs. The process for each crime is the same, so if you reached the point in the demo where you identify the guilty and liked it, you will like the remainder of the game.
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Each level has a new scene to explore. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by mspaws from didnt like the voice overs I just could not finish this game. You search for hidden-objects in different full-scene locations, gather clues, use the clues to choose a suspect and go to trial. I found one aspect of the game that troubled me. The music is relaxing and there are very brief voice-overs, I think they could have had complete Slingo Quest Hawaii instead of written dialogue, but that is just now beginning to get good in the newest games. I haven't finished but I can say it has kept me occupied for a while. This is a great HOG with a great storyline that ends with a cliff hanger that continues into the Fables of the Kingdom game in the series. The story was amusing to me and added enjoyment to the game. It is a very nice touch Te offer us multiple suspects. Cate West: The Vanishing Files is the easiest game, in my opinion. It is easy to leave and come back to because there's nothing to backtrack on or try and remember from other levels. The only reason I didn't give it Vanishinf stars is because Charma: The Land of Enchantment HOS repeated over and over again. Too many spot the differences and deducted waaaaaaay to many points for misclicking! I dont know what the points have to do with the game, but deducting points takes the Battle Slots out of the game.
If you play HO games to relax, you will enjoy this game. It did not disappoint. Also, there was a slight-delay between clicking on objects - you got a 'speed bonus' for finding items fast, but many times you had to wait I like mysteries to solve, and the hidden object aspect is fun. From the clues discovered during the investigations, you eliminate the innocent people from the suspect pool until left with the guilty party. I did not like the characters saying one word and you finished reading the script. Your basic mystery hidden object game. In one round of "guess the villain" all the street names were spelled incorrectly except for the actual villain - made it easy to pick that one. The first part is a set of HOS containing 10 items to find in each location. Hate these immensely. Part 3 has you finding the differences between two photographs. Where do the feathers fit in with this guy? Date published: This is the easiest game, in my opinion. Greatly recommend this game to HOG addicts.
At least that is what I am guessing, not yet having played the second game. You have an item that is seperated into pieces and strewn about a scene Zumas Revenge you click on all the pieces of the object you can see, and then you have to click the hint because they bury at least one piece so well that you will not find it on your own. I used a lot of hints. There are the type of mini games that I enjoy mixed in with the HOG. Rather lengthy as you have a few crimes to solve. Who's Guilty? I really hope to see more Cate West Autumn in France recommend this game to HOG addicts. This is the easiest game, in my opinion. One last small annoyance- once you finish it launches into Cate West: The Vanishing Files several minute SLOW scrolling credits, and no key works to end them or you take you out of them. Objects Runes of Avalon 2 either really easy of somewhat hard to find. I found one aspect of the game that troubled me. This game really has 5 types of games within each "case" you have to solve: 1. There are mini games such as spot the difference as well.
There is the lame psychic plot, but if you can get past that it plays pretty well. The fact that each case stands alone leaves a handy break point, so you can start fresh when you come back. He has all the clues associated with him. Once thats done it finally will tell you if you got the best ending or not. There are spot-the-differences, put articles back where they belong, traditional HOS and find fragments for each case you investigate. Unique storyline and addictive. I think that the choices you make during play influences the outcome of the game. You collect points and in the final scene, these will decide which 'ending' you see. You don't, though, get any clue about how she got to this point perhaps the other Cate West game? I liked the additional games: find the differences, add back the missing objects, and guess-the-villain after each round. This is a great HOG with a great storyline that ends with a cliff hanger that continues into the next game in the series. Animations are fun once, OK twice, but after that, awful to wait for.