Dark City: Munich

4Friends Games present the next adventure in their globetrotting detective series Dark City! It’s Oktoberfest time in Munich, Germany, the biggest celebration of the year! But this year, the festivities are being spoiled by a series of violent attacks. The witnesses claim that werewolves are responsible, but that can’t be true, can it? Track down the clues and discover the truth for yourself in this clever hidden-object adventure game!


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Visually I think this is a treat - surround views of scenes with lots of colour and interest. So much to do in this great Dark City: Munich. I will be buying this game, I want to know who is what and what is next. Loved the scenery; loved the attention to detail inside the buildings and outside. I like that and a good storyline will incorporate both puzzles Iron Sea: Frontier Defenders hidden objects. There Wolf! However in my experience good stand alone SE games are little treasures. Very vibrant colors and a mix of mini games scattered throughout some I've never encountered before - I love new stuff. This excellent new game in the Dark City series engages the player as a detective on the lookout for a werewolf at Munich's Oktoberfest! That said, it's a light touch and not overdone. Cons: plot occasionally edges into the preachy, with undeserved prejudice being the theme; recall that the real trope of the Werewolf is not fear of the Other but a perfectly justified fear that he'll Parker & Lane: Twisted Minds Collectors Edition Dark City: Munich. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Bugirl from It captured Memorabilia: Mias Mysterious Memory Machine interest - rare. Waited for a good sale so I could purchase this game and believe me it was worth the wait! The puzzles are more traditional and by-the-numbers, although still fairly enjoyable. A wonderful array of tasks to do and not once was I bored.

The morphing objects often gave me a run for my money. It slows down, it speeds up. I'm giving this innovative game 5 stars across the board. Story line was different but good. It captures all the slightly weird excitement of a European fair in the autumn with great graphics and sound. Bonus game is a fractured fairytale that fits the main game better than one might expect. Bravo, 4Friends Games Developers! I was thinking that this game would all be in brown tones, considering the trailer. The flow was superb! Overall, a nice return to detection for those who have become tired of demons and magical princesses. I don't have one, single criticism. The flip side of that is that it does help the player keep track of the plot, especially if the game is played with broken continuity over several days. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by felixgarnet from Beer, sausages and. Storyline was cool! The map is good and your all-important folder for clues is present although not as logical as it could be in terms of placing the clues.

You bet I do! If you want all the bells and whistles of the CE, go for it. Thank you developers, and I'm looking forward to the next installment. Some of the mini games were hard to see what was needed to do them and I did skip couple Shannon Tweeds Attack of the Groupies others were easy enough to do with some what of a challenge. To me, the game's length was just right. Not a whole lot of puzzles but what you're given is pretty decent.


Sound was a bit of a problem - I did choose my levels but I could not seem to balance music vs speech vs effects and every time something exciting happened, the confused combined noise was too much. Dark City is my favorite game series and I can't wait till their next game. Sounds like a Sherlock Holmes type of guy, intelligent and grounded in science. To me, the game's length was just right. Cons: plot occasionally edges into the preachy, with undeserved prejudice being the theme; recall that the real trope of the Werewolf is not fear of the Other but a perfectly justified fear that he'll eat you. I normally do not review a game without playing it all first but I did enjoy this a lot - played to the end of the trial with 27 minutes left on the clock. The writers always write a story line that is so intriguing and interesting that it's hard to stop playing; I always end up playing their games straight through and never wanting them to end. I have bought, and own, hundreds of Big Fish Hidden Object games; and I am very happy I added this one to my collection. The storyline grabbed me I know it's all been done before in different ways and I was pulled into it once I got past the initial werewolf intro. My points off are for: 1. Just beautiful. Story line was different but good.

Bravo, 4Friends Games Developers! Even the cutscenes that are grounded in black and white drawings are incredibly well-done. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sbechirian from Giving a try I like that and a good storyline will incorporate both puzzles and hidden objects. Despite its slightly short length, the game is hefty in its bonus materials. I got my eye on you guys and gals! Fantastic voice overs, especially the detective. Date published: I am now going to play the bonus section of Dark City Munich, hope it's as good as the main game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by felixgarnet from Beer, sausages and. Overall, a nice return to detection for those who have become tired of demons and magical princesses. Some of the collectibles were challenging and some not. You bet I do! The puzzles are more traditional and by-the-numbers, although still fairly enjoyable. There are plenty of morphs and collectibles in each scene as well as the handy indicator on the side to let you know if you have found them all.

As always, try the demo. The rest of the gameplay follows the usual HOPA tropes, but with enough twists that make the game surprisingly refreshing. The writers always write a story line that is so intriguing and interesting that it's hard to stop playing; I always end up playing their games straight through and never wanting them to end. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by timothya from Where Wolf? The puzzles are more traditional and by-the-numbers, although still fairly enjoyable. To be fair, I know that's part of the stye of this series and puts me in mind of Robert Downey Jr's Sherlock Holmes character. I am now going to play the bonus section of Dark City Munich, hope it's as good as the main game. Loved the scenery; loved the attention to detail inside the buildings and outside. If you have been following my reviews, you might remember that the first Dark City game was one of my absolute favorites from last year. Dark City is my favorite game series and I can't wait till their next game. Visually I think this is a treat - surround views of scenes with lots of colour and interest. It captures all the slightly weird excitement of a European fair in the autumn with great graphics and sound.

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Let's Play - Dark City 2 - Munich - Part 10

13 thoughts on “Dark City: Munich

  1. Fantastic voice overs, especially the detective. Some of the collectibles were challenging and some not. I normally do not review a game without playing it all first but I did enjoy this a lot - played to the end of the trial with 27 minutes left on the clock. This story line was interesting enough to keep me interested in it.

  2. A wonderful array of tasks to do and not once was I bored. This is a classic detective game with a Holmsean male POV and a very deliberate pacing that may prove frustrating to some who, let's face it, just want to get on with it without reviewing clues. Rated 5 out of 5 by Italia47 from Will the real werewolf, please stand up!

  3. This story line was interesting enough to keep me interested in it. Bonus game is a fractured fairytale that fits the main game better than one might expect. Thank you developers, and I'm looking forward to the next installment. For me, Dark City: Munich came to an end at around the three and a half hours mark, with the bonus chapter clocking in at around 50 minutes. Game has a good time length to it plus voice actors are good and not cheesy.

  4. Great stories, "just right" dark environment, morphs, collectibles, etc. There's lots to do - morphs, collectable items and a notebook where you can store details of evidence and characters as the game unfolds. I'm giving this innovative game 5 stars across the board. For me, Dark City: Munich came to an end at around the three and a half hours mark, with the bonus chapter clocking in at around 50 minutes.

  5. The rest of the gameplay follows the usual HOPA tropes, but with enough twists that make the game surprisingly refreshing. Storyline was cool! It has a proper story with logical activities, though the mini-games might be a bit easy for seasoned players. While the main plot feels quite familiar, the delivery and the pacing are spot-on. The morphing objects often gave me a run for my money.

  6. Visually I think this is a treat - surround views of scenes with lots of colour and interest. Keep this series coming, it will be interesting to find out where the next city will be. Rated 5 out of 5 by Italia47 from Will the real werewolf, please stand up! I am a fan!

  7. I will play it again. Some of the mini games were hard to see what was needed to do them and I did skip couple but others were easy enough to do with some what of a challenge. That said, it's a light touch and not overdone.

  8. I will be buying this game, I want to know who is what and what is next. I don't want to say to much about the game itself don't want to be a spoiler alert. This excellent new game in the Dark City series engages the player as a detective on the lookout for a werewolf at Munich's Oktoberfest! Overall, a nice return to detection for those who have become tired of demons and magical princesses. There are plenty of morphs and collectibles in each scene as well as the handy indicator on the side to let you know if you have found them all.

  9. So much to do in this great game. The storyline was really cool! That said, it's a light touch and not overdone. Thanks, Big Fish!

  10. The story line was good. This story line was interesting enough to keep me interested in it. Also, in the Bonus Game, you must decide what to do with the culprit, which I found interesting. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by felixgarnet from Beer, sausages and.

  11. I don't want to say to much about the game itself don't want to be a spoiler alert. Excellent storylines and good graphics. Bravo, 4Friends Games Developers! Will be a buy for me.

  12. To me, the game's length was just right. Just beautiful. Speaking of money, I got a nice discount on this game. The gameplay is fun, the classical hidden objects kind of game.

  13. To be fair, I know that's part of the stye of this series and puts me in mind of Robert Downey Jr's Sherlock Holmes character. Imagine all us half-humans hiding in plain sight! Also, the game play is purposely elaborate and full of stops and starts, halting play. Thanks again to one of my fav developers.

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