Secrets of Great Queens: Regicide

Vendel Games proudly presents the latest installment of the Secrets of Great Queens series! The King of France has been murdered, and the Queen is the prime suspect! You’ve been called in by Her Majesty to investigate. It’s up to you to clear her name and find the true culprit. Do you have what it takes to disrupt a dangerous plot before it’s too late? Find out in this thrilling hidden-object puzzle adventure!

The story line moves along at a speed that keeps you engaged and the game has an excellent number of HO scenes. I really look forward to more games in this series and others! Regicide tells a similar tale, but sets in a different part of Europe. When you find the Morph, the icon will turn to a blue gem to remind you that you found it already, a feature I really appreciate. For Francois Ravaillac, the odds are stacking up against him to uncover the truth, someone has gone through a great deal of trouble to frame Her Majesty, but why? This time in history was very volatile, filled with political corruption and betrayals, greed, religious upheaval. Well done Vendel, and I'm not even a fan of HOP's lately because they never seem to even attempt to actually hide objects nowadays! The story did not manage to captivate me like the first game did, most likely because it felt a little redundant the second time around. The main adventure portion plays it pretty safe, but the hidden objects and the puzzles make up for that. Secrets of Great Queens: Regicide is quite entertaining to play and has a well-developed storyline. This is the second in the series with Old Tower being the first. HOPs are many but fun and the puzzles fit right into the storyline, always a plus with me.

I liked the first one more but this is good. Vendel Games went outside their comfort zone and added various creative twists to these scenes; they are not just some random junk-piles, but actually fit right into the story. On the visual side, Secrets of Great Queens: Regicide may look a bit out-dated. Quite a bit of fun in playing it. It was relaxing with plenty of hidden objects with lists, just how I like them. They aren't all like that so don't freak out, change is a good thing, otherwise it's just another cookie-cutter game. Bravo, Vendel! I think you will like it. The locations are wonderfully designed and the ominous undertone that stays prevalent throughout the game is incredibly effective. I loved the first game — Old Tower and have been waiting for two years hoping there would be another game in the series. Some of the locations are wonderfully designed and the ominous undertone that stays prevalent throughout the game is incredibly effective. If you love a great historical game Secrets of Great Queens has returned this time with Regicide.

History has been one of my passions so when I see a game based on historical events it is sure to be a keeper for me. Regicide tells a similar tale, but sets in a different part of Europe. I think you will like it. The game is based on true events for the most part and is quite interesting. We take up the challenge of finding the real culprit, so we set out on the task of exposing the truth, and saving the Queen. Secrets of Great Queens: Regicide is quite entertaining to play and has a well-developed storyline. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by bratzgram from Love old school I won't go into detail as the usual reviewers already have. I hope there are more of this type game in the future. There are only 20 or so pieces to each jigsaw and the puzzle pieces are large and don't even require rotation. As for the puzzles, there is a nice mix of easy and semi-difficult ones. I really enjoyed the change and the challenge. Even though this is a game I will buy, please try the demo to see if it is one you will enjoy. The detail in this game is just fabulous and flawless, so realistic. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mjromano69 from I liked the game.


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Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ykchu2 from Keep up the good work! I enjoyed the variety in the Zumas Revenge and even those that were not my favorite list Sparkle 2 were still very good. I am always drawn to historical games and this is a very good one, IMO. Even though this is a game I will buy, please try the demo to see if it is one you will enjoy. The story did not manage to captivate me like the first game did, most likely because it felt a little redundant the second time around. I chose to play the CE version for all the extras and the bonus chapter but if that doesn't appeal to you then go with this SE version. Below are brief descriptions of Regicied of the games you'll encounter during the game: 1-Swap tiles to create a path from the top left to Battle Slots bottom right. The characters are interesting and their realistic appearance Secrets of Great Queens: Regicide a special touch to the beautiful graphics. I think you will like it. Date od Rated 5 out of 5 by LikeAGoodStory from History Very Well Done As others have mentioned, I would love to see more historical fiction games, especially when they are this well done. The Qkeens: object scenes are plenty and Qyeens: to say the least. There are only 20 or so pieces to each jigsaw and the puzzle pieces are large and don't even require rotation. There are surprises in this storyline and that does Rfgicide happen often.

The more difficult ones are usually just variations of the classic formats, but cleverly done in a way that adds a layer of complexity. Interesting twist in the stories and challenging puzzles. Regicide tells a similar tale, but sets in a different part of Europe. I purchased the CE version and finished playing it when it was released in November. Regicide tells a similar tale, but sets in a different part of Europe. He was so funny and so good looking that for me, he was the focal point and the star of the show. Perhaps the developer tried to set the tone for 17th century Europe by incorporating washed-out colors and old-school artwork, but ultimately the game looks like it was developed five years ago when technology was not as advanced. Gameplay wise, Secrets of Great Queens: Regicide in my opinion is unexpectedly creative. With your companion Adrianna at your side you are off to find out the truth of who hired Francois and to clear the name of Queen Marie who many believe was behind the assassination. The storyline is intriguing and makes sense, which added to my enjoyment of the game. For many, this might just be another same ole, same ole HOPA game but since I love a great historical game based mostly on true events my criteria might be a bit different. I enjoyed the variety in the HOPS and even those that were not my favorite list style were still very good.

Zumas Revenge take up the challenge of finding the real culprit, so we set out on the task of exposing the Secrrets, and saving the Queen. For every 5 Morphs you find, a Jigsaw Puzzle is unlocked, 6 total but the Save The Prince are very basic and simplistic. To say any more would only repeat what other reviewers have said. God Bless Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mjromano69 from I liked the game. Secrets of Great Queens: Regicide is quite entertaining to play and has a well-developed storyline.


13 thoughts on “Secrets of Great Queens: Regicide

  1. I purchased the CE version and finished playing it when it was released in November. Vendel Games went outside their comfort zone and added various creative twists to these scenes; they are not just some random junk-piles, but actually fit right into the story. I chose to play the CE version for all the extras and the bonus chapter but if that doesn't appeal to you then go with this SE version. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by bratzgram from Love old school I won't go into detail as the usual reviewers already have. I love a challenging game.

  2. The story did not manage to captivate me like the first game did, most likely because it felt a little redundant the second time around. For the first time, I'm disappointed that a game doesn't have a Helper! This time in history was very volatile, filled with political corruption and betrayals, greed, religious upheaval. The Puzzles in the game were more interesting and most seemed to have a bit more challenge — another good thing about this game. It's nice to find a game for me that I enjoy.

  3. The game is based on true events for the most part and is quite interesting. The characters are interesting and their realistic appearance put a special touch to the beautiful graphics. I have to give Vendel games 5 stars for the engaging storytelling style which successfully maintains the momentum of the game from start to finish, making it a really enjoyable experience for casual gamers of every level. For many, this might just be another same ole, same ole HOPA game but since I love a great historical game based mostly on true events my criteria might be a bit different.

  4. The story did not manage to captivate me like the first game did, most likely because it felt a little redundant the second time around. I think it was intentional though so the developers could set the tone for 17th century Europe by incorporating washed-out colors and old-school artwork, but that's what makes this second installment so unique. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the game: 1-Swap tiles to create a path from the top left to the bottom right. Will be my next buy. The puzzles were more challenging for me, but not so much as to keep me hopelessly baffled.

  5. I hope there are more of this type game in the future. Had 18 hops. God Bless Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the game: 1-Swap tiles to create a path from the top left to the bottom right.

  6. Gameplay wise, Secrets of Great Queens: Regicide in my opinion is unexpectedly creative. For many, this might just be another same ole, same ole HOPA game but since I love a great historical game based mostly on true events my criteria might be a bit different. History has been one of my passions so when I see a game based on historical events it is sure to be a keeper for me. I played the demo of this Standard Edition today and remembered how much I enjoyed it, so I downloaded my CE version and played it again, and still enjoyed it! I am always drawn to historical games and this is a very good one, IMO.

  7. As for the puzzles, there is a nice mix of easy and difficult ones. If you love a great historical game Secrets of Great Queens has returned this time with Regicide. Well done Vendel, and I'm not even a fan of HOP's lately because they never seem to even attempt to actually hide objects nowadays!

  8. For every 5 Morphs you find, a Jigsaw Puzzle is unlocked, 6 total but the puzzles are very basic and simplistic. Well done Vendel, and I'm not even a fan of HOP's lately because they never seem to even attempt to actually hide objects nowadays! When Alfonzo's injured horse returns without him, Adriana sets out to find him. Not complicated. The detail in this game is just fabulous and flawless, so realistic.

  9. I really think this game deserves a better rating than 3 stars and I look forward to the next edition of Secrets of Great Queens too. Had 18 hops. I am always drawn to historical games and this is a very good one, IMO. For me it has introduced a different game developer and I will definitely buy more from them. For Francois Ravaillac, the odds are stacking up against him to uncover the truth, someone has gone through a great deal of trouble to frame Her Majesty, but why?

  10. With excellent graphics, sound, and interesting characters Secrets of Great Queens becomes the complete package for me. Enjoyed this demo thoroughly! Not a lot of put this here or there.

  11. Didn't have much back and forth. Vendel Games went outside their comfort zone and added various creative twists to these scenes; they are not just some random junk-piles, but actually fit right into the story. Not a lot of put this here or there.

  12. The puzzles are challenging but not impossible and the graphics are superb. It was relaxing with plenty of hidden objects with lists, just how I like them. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ykchu2 from Keep up the good work!

  13. With your companion Adrianna at your side you are off to find out the truth of who hired Francois and to clear the name of Queen Marie who many believe was behind the assassination. Secrets of Great Queens: Regicide is pleasant to look at, because of this use of old-school artwork. My review is based upon completed play of the game.

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