Death and Betrayal in Romania: A Dana Knightstone Novel

Tragedy strikes Dana Knightstone, the best-selling novelist with a gift for clairvoyance. Step into the shoes of Dana while travelling to a book signing event in Romania. Find yourself suddenly trapped by an avalanche in the cold mountain Alps where you are stranded in an old castle. Discover hidden passageways within the old castle walls to free yourself from the grasp of the ghost of the castle that seeks to imprison you. Find clues buried under the dusty dungeon floor and uncover the captivating story of love and betrayal.

There's nowhere else to look, so I can't finish the game! I will tell you that it has to do with the keeper of the castle. Dana soon discovers that Lucian was left standing at the altar, but he wouldn't live long enough to discover the truth Supposedly Alexandra was murdered by her friend Knight Nicolai, but I think the Steward might have done it! None of the games have instructions. The mini-games are mostly familiar, and seem to rely heavily on slider puzzles, but are sprinkled throughout the game in a pleasant distribution, keeping the gameplay moving along at a nice clip without bogging down the story. Every time there were one or two pieces I found and touched but they wouldn't move! I love Dana Knightstone and her adventures, and compared to the previous series Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from A Ghostly Love Story Dana Knightstone is traveling to a book signing for Death at Cape Porto, when her car is hit by an avalanche that nearly sweeps her over the cliff! Unfortunately, you look just like the murdered bride Alexandra and her bridegroom Count Lucien keeps locking you up -- in the catacombs or the dungeon or wherever! The HOPs are a list, or an interactive lists of silhouettes where you use an item to get the next item. I HATE doing that. Despite the fact that there are not collectibles or a lot of CE bling, this is a fun game for a nice long holiday weekend. Bandit of course can dig and climb and in general help you out. Really Beautiful

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Within a few minutes of playing, I knew I would buy it. Then I'd come back after trying 12 other things and put it in the spot 5 times and it would finally work. Really Beautiful There are also some "find the pieces" types that are not hard, but fun. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tigerleema from Beautiful! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kattt from Very Enjoyable Game I thoroughly enjoyed this game. The Dana Knightstone games are a relaxing bit of fluff with great graphics and interesting Nogs Gem Quest. Liked the story. I recommend the CE because there is another mystery to solve. I don't write many reviews, but I did not believe this game deserved some of the negative reviews. I will tell you that it has to do with the keeper of the castle. It has romance, mystery, and intrigue. Liked the map. I'm completely stumped here, guys.

The only thing I didn't like was the strategy guide, that was time consuming, however, I found I was using it less, and enjoying the game more! I enjoyed playing this game, as well as all of the other Dana Knightstone games. It's been a while since I played any Puzzle Adventure HO Games - I am glad I played this at our neighbor's house, this game is breathtakingly beautiful! I personally like getting the extra gameplay that comes with the CE in this series. Then I'd come back after trying 12 other things and put it in the spot 5 times and it would finally work. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by seikooc from Great Game! This time around it's a little more personal since the grieving ghostly Lucien keeps mistaking her for his lost love Alexandra, who was murdered on their wedding day. Anyway, like the previous games in this series, the graphics make you feel like you are in a castle in Romania. I enjoyed playing this very much! I did use the strategy guide a few times, but for the most part, the hint button sufficed. Waste of time. With the help of the ghostly dog Bandit you can point and click your way through this adventure to try and figure out who killed Alexandra and more importantly reunite the lovers so that Lucien will stop with the incessant "wwwwwhhhhhhhyyyyyyyyy did you leaaaaaavvvvvveeeee mmmmmmeeeeeeee! This game played like a beautiful romantic novel. I personally love the snow and so this is definitely one of my favourites from the Dana Knightstone series!

Liked the map. I HATE doing that. Beautiful scenery and music throughout. Of course this castle is haunted as they always are, and the ghost of this castle believes Dana is his runaway bride returning to his side after all these years. I enjoyed the mini games such as removing gems in groups of at least two, but as you remove gems the top gems fall down so you need Twilight Phenomena: The Incredible Show Collectors Edition use strategy to plan for this Queens Garden 2. Absolutely great game, exactly the kind I like and enjoy! I enjoyed playing this very much! There's nowhere else to look, so I can't finish the game!


Of course this castle is haunted as they always are, and the ghost of this castle believes Dana is his runaway bride returning to his side after all these years. Anyway, like the previous games in this series, the graphics make you feel like you are in a castle in Romania. Date published: Beautiful scenery and music throughout. I enjoyed playing this game, as well as all of the other Dana Knightstone games. The mini-games stay with the theme, but are not that unique. I know people work hard on these games, trying to keep them fresh and entertaining, but this entry in the Knightstone series just wasn't as fun for me as the others. The game has the ability to transport you to various places you need to be just by clicking on the hint button. Still a waste of time. In fact, some of them were a little frustrating. Now Dana must reunite these two ghostly lovers so they may live happily ever in the afterlife. None of the games have instructions. Within a few minutes of playing, I knew I would buy it. There's nowhere else to look, so I can't finish the game! The HOPs are a list, or an interactive lists of silhouettes where you use an item to get the next item.

The bonus chapter was very good, but not a continuation of the same story. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by skullfun from Boomzap made this edition of Dana Knightstone Awesome! I also like Bandit, a ghost dog that I found very useful to catch things in high places. It has many interesting characters but I am not going to spoil it here - and it's like reading a real novel, it is a continuation of the previous Dana Knightstone series and I am glad they kept the love and mystery in this new piece - I am happy to see the ghost dog in Cape Porto! Absolutely great game, exactly the kind I like and enjoy! The mini-games are mostly familiar, and seem to rely heavily on slider puzzles, but are sprinkled throughout the game in a pleasant distribution, keeping the gameplay moving along at a nice clip without bogging down the story. My only complaint about the game was some silly dialogue early on, but that was easily overlooked. Boomzap has once again delivered the goods with Dana Knightstone's latest outing. It's been a while since I played any Puzzle Adventure HO Games - I am glad I played this at our neighbor's house, this game is breathtakingly beautiful! This has led to her being able to solve the mystery of whatever dead star-crossed lovers happen to stumble into her path and then plagarize their love-story for a public that just can't seem to get enough. I think this one is improved pretty much. This is a fairly lengthy game that won't disappoint. A pleasant, relaxing five hours of losing myself in a game. When a popular author's car is suddenly buried by an avalanche, then she is rescued by a mysterious man who happens to be a caretaker for an eerie and empty nearby castle, you could be forgiven for thinking that you had wandered into a badly thought-out edition of Misery 2: Paul's Revenge or something similar.

6 thoughts on “Death and Betrayal in Romania: A Dana Knightstone Novel

  1. Liked the map. Good first. I will tell you that it has to do with the keeper of the castle. Beautiful art, beautiful music to support the storyline.

  2. Game was glitchy. Dana has always had the ability to communicate with the dearly departed, and even her dearly departed dog Bandit has found his way back to her. This game played like a beautiful romantic novel. Other than that, it was a lovely change to see my language and to be home, at last, in a game.

  3. I don't write many reviews, but I did not believe this game deserved some of the negative reviews. The game has the ability to transport you to various places you need to be just by clicking on the hint button. Absolutely great game, exactly the kind I like and enjoy! This has led to her being able to solve the mystery of whatever dead star-crossed lovers happen to stumble into her path and then plagarize their love-story for a public that just can't seem to get enough. I found the puzzles more challenging than previous games in the Dana Knightstone series.

  4. I will tell you that it has to do with the keeper of the castle. I enjoyed playing this very much! I'm completely stumped here, guys.

  5. Boomzap has once again delivered the goods with Dana Knightstone's latest outing. I eventually skipped the last one because it ceased being fun. The HOPs are a list, or an interactive lists of silhouettes where you use an item to get the next item. AWFUL graphics. Other than that, it was a lovely change to see my language and to be home, at last, in a game.

  6. Had to use the guide to try to figure some out. It's been a while since I played any Puzzle Adventure HO Games - I am glad I played this at our neighbor's house, this game is breathtakingly beautiful! Overall, this is a welcomed addition to my games.

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