Secret City: The Human Threat

Domini Games brings you the latest exhilarating adventure in the Secret City series! Someone’s broken into the Secret City Bank of Artifacts! As the city’s favorite detective, you’ve been called in to use your magical know-how and crack the case. But as the number of robberies and disappearances grow, you quickly find yourself in a race not just to keep the Secret City hidden, but to save the very heart of London itself! Can you stop a band of dangerous criminals from plunging your city into chaos before it’s too late? Find out in this spell-binding Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!


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Battle Slots is an Alternate Match 3 Game available as well. We still had a few simple puzzles as well. Logic puzzle. I was all set to use my free game coupon on this game. I am so tired of wanting to play a good HOPA game only to find that I am short-changed on the HOS and instead find myself mired in one puzzle after another. I found most easy to locate. This is not a game I would buy at all and I have many games since It really takes away from the story and overall play. Music isn't Humaj bad, but does get annoying after a while. The hint system is very helpful, but I did not see that we had a transport feature, but the map opens to show you where you need to go next. It's a buy for me. And for us older folks, we need all the help Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist can get to make reading and finding things Hyman easy as we can. So happy to know, too, thanks to Sunnyglow. The demo ended shortly after stepping through the portal, to a brief encounter with mister baddie! They actually seem to finish most of the puzzles for you.

Connection puzzle. There is a variety of them. Lay domino pieces with two symbols on the ends within a grid so that symbols on the ends match up with each other. Starting with an American black cab driver wishing me to have a good day in London was not the most auspicious start and while I realise that the biggest market for these games is the USA it would be nice to get apposite accents and references i. Those tasks were not boring or time wasters as in so many games lately. This fantastic game will steal your heart as well! Even though I believe that there are far too many puzzles in the game, the puzzles in The Human Threat are very good. When King Wilhelm, a human, invades the kingdom, they put aside their differences as they search for the Heart of Consent to restore peace. Oftentimes I feel as if developers use puzzles to make game longer. Yes, I have the need to see what is happening in this one and why. We do travel through a portal, but this time we have no bright lights. Surprisingly there are more HOP scenes to replay than puzzles. You can only switch emblems which are next to each other. I love puzzles but I also love HOS and want a game that has a balance between the two. Date published:

Scenes are fairly clear and items are not difficult to find. That almost made the game worthwhile. Locate those landmarks based on description of them. Everything ran smoothly, the graphics were nice and clear, colors rich and appropriate. The player can replay some mini-games and HOP scenes. Secret City: The Human Threat took me roughly four hours to complete, plus an additional 50 minutes from the bonus chapter. One of my favorites is Virtual Families 2 with famous London landmarks. This designation can be set in the menu as well; however, if a player changes their mind, the difficulty can be changed while Braveland Wizard the puzzle. I appreciate that the puzzles have a choice between solving in either an easy or a hard mode. When a human, King Wilhelm invades the magical kingdom, you realize that you must unite all the magical beings residing there.


Still, the length was good and the characters were interesting. This is not a game I would buy at all and I have many games since I was so happy that it went on a long time. All the HOs can be replayed and there is a match 3 alternative, but I wish there had been more than Switch puzzle. So happy to know, too, thanks to Sunnyglow. I would get to a scene where I would come face to face with Mortymer only to hit an obstacle that would require running around to find bits and pieces that needed to be used to — yep, you got it — solve a puzzle or two, or even three before I could move on to the next obstacle. As always, I review mostly on the game play and leave the story to others. Rotate circular picture parts to restore an image within a book. I found the quality of the game consistent with that of the main game. I dont have reading glasses and always love to read the subtitles because I understand better the story this way. There were few characters in the demo and my time was mostly spent inside at the scene of the crime. The Collector's Edition Bonus Chapter takes us back to the beginning origins of the Secret City when the magical creatures were at war with one another.

There are eighteen 18 HOP scenes and all can be replayed. I would get to a scene where I would come face to face with Mortymer only to hit an obstacle that would require running around to find bits and pieces that needed to be used to — yep, you got it — solve a puzzle or two, or even three before I could move on to the next obstacle. The one thing I don't like about all these games is the talking. Secret City: The Human Threat hooks the player right in from the getgo with a promising storyline of epic proportions. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Marja67 from Enjoyed I did enjoy this game. Easy to play on Easy setting. It's a buy for me. I enjoyed this game with all it's characters and good coloured graphics. There is an Alternate Match 3 Game available as well. The Secret City series is one that I have enjoyed, and this game had the potential to be better than the others but when I reached my burnout point of solving too many puzzles, I quit playing the game. As always. It really takes away from the story and overall play. God Bless This is a long chapter with eight 8 mini-games and five 5 HOP scenes.

Yes, I have the need to see what is happening in this one and why. It got right into the job the detective had at hand and away she went through the portal, after some necessary tasks, of course! Although not my favorite series from this developer; this game stole my heart! Surprisingly to me, anyway is that repetitiveness is not in the bonus chapter, which is long and again, interesting. Rotate circular picture parts to restore an image within a book. Then I kept playing and started paying attention to all parts of the game. This game is beyond fun!! The graphics well-portray the two worlds — that of magic and that of humans. Use 4 arrows to direct the path. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ender07 from Secret City puzzled me crazy. Rotate gears with symbols on them so that adjoining symbols match between gears and on the grid itself. The story is very predictable. Part of the success also has to be credited to a rich backstory and likable characters. On a grid, rotate stars so that connectors between the stars are the same color.

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Secret City 3 - The Human Threat CE Walkthrough part 1

14 thoughts on “Secret City: The Human Threat

  1. We sort of have a helpful bulldog, along with a communicator so we can understand what he is saying when he barks. Below are a few of the mini-games that I enjoyed: 1-Set valves according to the number of colored capacitor's connected to each dial. When a human, King Wilhelm invades the magical kingdom, you realize that you must unite all the magical beings residing there. Most of the mini games were challenging and took time and thought to complete.

  2. That didn't make sense to me. Even though I believe that there are far too many puzzles in the game, the puzzles in The Human Threat are very good. I just want to play the game Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by dancemom1 from Heart of London?

  3. Something that makes this team so great is that they do put a lot of extras into their CE games that make them worth the price point. This is not a game I would buy at all and I have many games since However, I actually really enjoyed the games, as they didn't feel like a nuisance getting in the way of my good time. Everything ran smoothly, the graphics were nice and clear, colors rich and appropriate.

  4. Connect two suns one on top and another at the bottom of a grid while avoiding moon tokens which will restart the game. Use scraps of paper with the emblems on them to discover where each is to be placed. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all.

  5. And for us older folks, we need all the help we can get to make reading and finding things as easy as we can. Rotate triangles containing images of pipe pieces imprinted on them, so that all the pipe pieces connect. We sort of have a helpful bulldog, along with a communicator so we can understand what he is saying when he barks. As always, the graphics in this game are beautiful, but we still have blurring when going in and out of close up scenes. That almost made the game worthwhile.

  6. Returning are the scenes which have sliders which align silhouettes of the items with the items themselves before they are removed. It is action-packed with plenty of activities to keep a good pace throughout. Rotating a gear affects the others. I was all set to use my free game coupon on this game. There were few characters in the demo and my time was mostly spent inside at the scene of the crime.

  7. The HOs and games were superb and left me wondering why other devs can't deliver such great quality and stories that really grab you! I found the quality of the game consistent with that of the main game. Happy gaming! God Bless

  8. Something that makes this team so great is that they do put a lot of extras into their CE games that make them worth the price point. You can only switch emblems which are next to each other. For me, this is the best storyline of the Secret City series, although it's not without its frustrations.

  9. We still had a few simple puzzles as well. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ender07 from Secret City puzzled me crazy. Most of the mini games were challenging and took time and thought to complete.

  10. I just want to play the game Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by dancemom1 from Heart of London? For me, this is the best game of the series so far. I think this will appeal to most all levels of players. It is action-packed with plenty of activities to keep a good pace throughout.

  11. Unlike its predecessors, this sequel actually follows through with its introductory premise and features a storyline that remains captivating all the way until the very end. Yes, we still have the creepy four armed people, but they are the good guys. Had to switch a couple of times.

  12. Although not my favorite series from this developer; this game stole my heart! So happy to know, too, thanks to Sunnyglow. Gave this one a 4. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by sbechirian from Wish to make my point As in many games from other developpers, I found the subtitles of this game a little small.

  13. It's better than the game, in all aspects, especially the music! It really takes away from the story and overall play. I found most easy to locate. For me, this is the best storyline of the Secret City series, although it's not without its frustrations. Connection puzzle.

  14. Yes, we still have the creepy four armed people, but they are the good guys. The HOs and games were superb and left me wondering why other devs can't deliver such great quality and stories that really grab you! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by jmarc24 from fun game I really enjoyed this game. Until a few started to bang the drum of wanting more and more puzzles, there was a balance between great HOS and puzzles or mini games. I found that some movements didn't make a lot of sense, even for a game.

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