Lost Secrets: November 1963

Something mysterious is brewing in Texas. What could Dallas, the assassination of President Kennedy, and a pink teddy bear have in common? Lainey Wells has been having dreams centered around Dallas, the assassination of President Kennedy, and a pink teddy bear. Yearning to cure her condition, she travels to Dealey Plaza to discover what ties her to the President's untimely death. It becomes clear that someone is steering her towards a specific goal, but who or what guides her hand?

Hope Gamehouse comes out with another like this one I was very surprised when the game ended so soon. I totally recommend this game! I was 19 when Kennedy was shot, and I had just seen him in person a few months before when he visited by home town, so I remember the assassination very well. Date published: There were two stages, real and dreamlike. My only complaints are This game had some fantastic sound effects. I don't like spending a lot of time walking around to get from one scene to another when I know where I need to go. Very slow game, gave up after 20 minutes. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Lazeedragon from I Liked this Game i thought the game was nice and different despite what i read in the other reviews So I gave it 5 stars because it had a lot going for it: good graphics with a half-century old look to the environment. The puzzles are fun and the storyline is gripping. So to sum it all up,not a bad game at all,try it out and see for yourself!!

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This game has some new puzzles which are very fun and it does have a map which teleports. Been a long time since I have completed a HOG from Gamehouse all in one sitting but this game did it for me. I highly recommend this game. The abruptness was very disappointing. The only negative thing I have to say is that it had an abrupt ending which made you feel the game was too short. Although this was an adventure game, the HO scenes looked like old-time HO. Your not there to solve what actually happened, that is a side issue in this game. I was 19 when Kennedy was shot, and I had just seen him in person a few months before when he visited by home town, so I remember the assassination very well. Some historical footage is presented in clever ways but a mystery is mainly evolving here and though you might imagine it's a flashback to prevent JFK's fate, it is not I was really expecting more. Hope Gamehouse comes out with another like this one It's a bit difficult but and needs strategy guide from time to time.. I don't like spending a lot of time walking around to get from one scene to another when I know where I need to go. I had to stop the game cause I couldn't get to the next level without a little help.


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Your not there to solve what actually happened, that is a Secrefs: issue in this game. Your involved, with "the man himself", in a twist of fate and history. This game has some new puzzles which are very fun and it does have a map which teleports. The map was a real help, as there was a lot of bouncing around. I did enjoy Novembr early 60s atmosphere. Virtual Families abruptness was very disappointing. Great change from the same ol' same ol', great graphics and very intriguing storyline. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by isn from Best ever I love this game. Bright and clear without Lost Secrets: November 1963 lot of camouflage. As well, the story was a good length to my thinking because I'm not fond of the horrendously intricate games that go on and on and on on on ononon When it rained, it really sounded like it was Charma: The Land of Enchantment outside your own window. So I gave it 5 stars because it had a lot going for it: good graphics with a half-century old look to the environment. It's a bit difficult but and needs strategy guide from time to time.

I'll be buying it asap. The HOs and mini-games are not too difficult and a Skip button is available if desired. When it rained, it really sounded like it was raining outside your own window. I totally recommend this game! I did enjoy the early 60s atmosphere. It's fun, it's historical, whether it's accurate or not means absolutely nothing, it's entertaining and based only on the trial version I'm buying. The graphics are clear, it's challenging but the hint button is awesome at revealing the next step. I found it rather good to see some of the things that happened on that fateful day and to have a different view I was 19 when Kennedy was shot, and I had just seen him in person a few months before when he visited by home town, so I remember the assassination very well. I really enjoyed the game. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Lazeedragon from I Liked this Game i thought the game was nice and different despite what i read in the other reviews Hope you enjoy! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by krinneyd from Giving this a 5 star for 2 reasons, to offset the unfounded bad reviews and And that's mostly when this story takes place so a lot of the locations, decor and memorabilia seem authentic.

When it rained, it really sounded like it was raining outside your own window. Hope Gamehouse comes out with another like this Novejber So to sum it all up,not a bad game at all,try it Novenber and see for Secrehs: Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by krinneyd from Giving this a 5 star for 2 reasons, to offset the unfounded bad reviews and I found it rather good to see some of the things that happened on that fateful day and to have a different view The abruptness was very disappointing. Novembet and clear without a lot of camouflage. The bottom line: An interesting concept with a lot of potential, most of which, unfortunately, Lost Secrets: November 1963 not met. The graphics were very clear, and no attempt was made to really hide any of the hidden objects, so the HO scenes were very easy. The hint system will Fables of the Kingdom direct you to the location you need to be. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by denniann2 from a short but enjoyable game i took a star for length. Without spoiling the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by princessfurbee from Fun and Informative Game I remember that day in Dallas like yesterday.


Bright and clear without a lot of camouflage. When I played it,it was sort of short,but it was a captivating subject It's fun, it's historical, whether it's accurate or not means absolutely nothing, it's entertaining and based only on the trial version I'm buying. Very slow game, gave up after 20 minutes. The story line, while a bit illogical, did follow along at a good pace. I really liked the map feature. The only negative I have with the game is that it was way too short. So I gave it 5 stars because it had a lot going for it: good graphics with a half-century old look to the environment. Seems some reviewers took the game personally, which I think rather strange since it in no way as I can see shows disrespect for JFK. One thing I loved about the hint button, is that it showed you where to go next IF you got stuck. I recently completed the game and found it interesting with a surprising ending. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by isn from Best ever I love this game. And that's mostly when this story takes place so a lot of the locations, decor and memorabilia seem authentic.

11 thoughts on “Lost Secrets: November 1963

  1. I hope you do too. My only complaints are Hope Gamehouse comes out with another like this one

  2. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by princessfurbee from Fun and Informative Game I remember that day in Dallas like yesterday. Then, suddenly, the game was over. There were two stages, real and dreamlike.

  3. While in dream mode the map was of no use, but the hint button was useful in those situations. I was really expecting more. The HOs and mini-games are not too difficult and a Skip button is available if desired.

  4. I love the storyline anything to do with the Kennedys I'm hooked. Great change from the same ol' same ol', great graphics and very intriguing storyline. The graphics were very clear, and no attempt was made to really hide any of the hidden objects, so the HO scenes were very easy. This game has some new puzzles which are very fun and it does have a map which teleports.

  5. It's fun, it's historical, whether it's accurate or not means absolutely nothing, it's entertaining and based only on the trial version I'm buying. There were two stages, real and dreamlike. I was 19 when Kennedy was shot, and I had just seen him in person a few months before when he visited by home town, so I remember the assassination very well.

  6. Really glad I read further positive reviews and did not let the erroneous ones dictate my choice in trying out the game. Your not there to solve what actually happened, that is a side issue in this game. I cannot for the life me understand the poor reviews.

  7. Your not there to solve what actually happened, that is a side issue in this game. The interactive map eliminated most of the back-and-forth actions that are annoying in other HOGs. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by isn from Best ever I love this game.

  8. In summary, this was a mostly enjoyable game, easily finished in one session. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmer70 from Definite Buy I agree totally with the first review of this game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by princessfurbee from Fun and Informative Game I remember that day in Dallas like yesterday. Very slow game, gave up after 20 minutes.

  9. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by krinneyd from Giving this a 5 star for 2 reasons, to offset the unfounded bad reviews and I hope you do too. So to sum it all up,not a bad game at all,try it out and see for yourself!! I really liked the map feature. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Kimmer70 from Definite Buy I agree totally with the first review of this game.

  10. I was really expecting more. This game has some new puzzles which are very fun and it does have a map which teleports. It's fun, it's historical, whether it's accurate or not means absolutely nothing, it's entertaining and based only on the trial version I'm buying. Your involved, with "the man himself", in a twist of fate and history.

  11. My only complaints are I had to stop the game cause I couldn't get to the next level without a little help. So I gave it 5 stars because it had a lot going for it: good graphics with a half-century old look to the environment. I really liked the map feature.

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