Art Detective

John Cromwell investigates high-profile theft for the FBI. He's on the trail of a shadowy figure known as "The Ghost"; an expert thief who steals fine paintings and replaces them with replicas so convincing that most people don't realize the originals have been burgled. But John Cromwell isn`t most people. Through his eyes you will investigate the crime scenes, separate the real from the counterfeits, and piece together the puzzle to unmask The Ghost.

A lot of fun. The differences are very noticeable at first but they seem to get a little more difficult as you progress. They used to be fun. I really got annoyed by the lady saying you have an e-mail which sounded like you have emanuelle over and over. Turns out it was a security-alarm salesman who buried it in the woods near his home. In other words, there is no picture to show you what the puzzle should look like when finished. The puzzles go from quite easy to very difficult, and there are plenty of them. The jigsaw puzzles where you have to move the pieces around to create the right picture has no hints and does not tell you when you have correctly placed a piece. I have played hundreds of hidden object games. The works were not insured. Nice variety of paintings; details are large enough to clearly see the differences without ruining your eyes. A sequel would be wonderful! I wonder if I should alert the FBI that I, along with 2, other lucky souls, found this elegant depiction of domestic music-making in Laguna Beach last night. One area allows you to replay all the "find the differences" pictures. By the end of the game, I was down to a little over 15, points because I had to use this tool so often.

They used to be fun. There is a magnifying glass, a telescope, an infra red lamp, dust that can be used to show differences, and other items. A sequel would be wonderful! Narrator Richard Doyle is a master at keeping the material fresh. The only reason I give it 3 stars is because its not my type of game. Rated 5 out of 5 by chinadoll from Something Different This is a spot-the-difference game and not HO. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by amilahani from Interesting I bought it thinking its another HO, but quite surprise to find it a find-a-difference game. I wish BFG had a category for just such games, and that game developers would make more like this. Those who are spot-the-differences fans might well rate the game higher. The differences can be difficult to spot, such as a variation in shading. Even with binoculars, I could not figure out how one actor, painted with sun-lit ripples in a swimming pool, weightlessly floated below another figure watching him in Portrait of an Artist I found it easiest to wait until I finished the paintings I was already working on, before I opened the next e-mail and did not notice any problems with that approach. Can be quite eye-strain to find the small things.


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Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by darfus from geat game need more games like this. To make this particular type of puzzle even harder, the pieces are all the same size and shape. The graphics are not that great, but the game Claws & Feathers is! Just don't play for a long period of time as you can probably get Ancient TriJong : It's nice to have something different come across the way. I played it probably one year ago. Story is not well developed - you investigate paintings for possible fraud and you are notified of these assignments by e-mail. Just don't play for a long period of time as you can probably get crossed-eyed : It's nice to have something different come across the way. A real catch game. I had fun playing this game Art Detective it's different from the usual TM and HO. Leading investigators were adamant that the object Chicken Invaders 5: Cluck of the Dark Side pilfered for ransom by Albanian gangsters. By the end of the game, I was down to a little over 15, points Art Detective I had to use this tool so often. I wish BFG had a category for just such games, and that game developers would make more like this. The differences can be difficult to spot, such as Mahjong Forbidden Temple variation in shading. The jigsaw puzzles where you have to move the pieces around to Art Detective the right picture has no hints and does not tell you when you have correctly placed a piece.

It is a average challenge to find the differences. What's not to love? This is a hard game and if your strength is not in "find the differences" this game has the potential to frustrate you. Otherwise, its good. Who is that muse for A. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by darfus from geat game need more games like this. The points earned by completing the pictures can be used to purchase tools to help find the differences. I had a zero score on several pictures. I have played hundreds of hidden object games. Well, sort of. There are mini games such as figuring out what 4 colors of chemicals to mix together by putting different color combinations on a sheet of paper. Story is not well developed - you investigate paintings for possible fraud and you are notified of these assignments by e-mail. More art hidden object games, please!

The only reason I give it 3 stars is because its not my Art Detective of game. Her The Death of Cleopatra sits in the Smithsonian, but the Pageant gives this marble wonder a rightfully exquisite setting in moonlight. You have to keep working at it until you get it right, at which time the game lets you know by removing all the lines around the pieces. A puzzle game with lots of puzzles, but being good at and liking "find the differences" is a must. I Pretty Snails 2 if I should alert the FBI that I, along with 2, other lucky souls, found this elegant depiction of domestic music-making in Laguna Beach last night. My favorite section saluted David Hockney. There is a hint button, but it recharges very, very slowly. This is a hard game and if your strength is not in "find the differences" this game has the potential to frustrate you. One area allows you to replay all the "find the differences" pictures. Be prepared for dark, finely detailed pictures and some extremely tiny differences. A lot of fun. Date published: Rated 3 Art Detective of 5 by pennmom36 from Spot The Difference This is a game that is difficult to navigate through. Nice variety of paintings; details are large enough to clearly Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist the differences without ruining your eyes.


They used to be fun. There is a hint button, but it recharges very, very slowly.. The story of Audrey Munson, the first actress to appear naked on film, will boggle you. The jigsaw puzzles where you have to move the pieces around to create the right picture has no hints and does not tell you when you have correctly placed a piece. Among the heisted treasures was the most valuable painting ever stolen and one of only 36 paintings by Johannes Vermeer that still exists: The Concert c. Rated 5 out of 5 by chinadoll from Something Different This is a spot-the-difference game and not HO. In this same area, you can make a regular jigsaw puzzle out of the pictures found in the game. Puzzles are nothing new — but they have no instructions. I'm talking about something the size of a dust mote. I really got annoyed by the lady saying you have an e-mail which sounded like you have emanuelle over and over. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bep1 from Find the Differences game I really enjoy find-the-differences games and this is a good one with a detective 's office setting. I had a zero score on several pictures. The graphics are not that great, but the game play is! I wonder if I should alert the FBI that I, along with 2, other lucky souls, found this elegant depiction of domestic music-making in Laguna Beach last night.

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  1. There are mini games such as figuring out what 4 colors of chemicals to mix together by putting different color combinations on a sheet of paper. The story of Audrey Munson, the first actress to appear naked on film, will boggle you. Every year without fail, one of the highlights is a glimpse into the making of these living paintings. The graphics are not that great, but the game play is! Story is not well developed - you investigate paintings for possible fraud and you are notified of these assignments by e-mail.

  2. A puzzle game with lots of puzzles, but being good at and liking "find the differences" is a must. Give it a try if you're into this kinda game. I played it probably one year ago. Wish there were more like it. My favorite section saluted David Hockney.

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