Jane Angel, an FBI agent and an art expert, is investigating the Holy Grail! Follow the clues and find this priceless treasure! Where could the Holy Grail be found nowadays? Was it brought to Colombia by Columbus under the Red Templar’s Cross on his sails? Was it buried under Roslyn Chapel in Scottish Mountains? Are Maltese Knights, Hospitaller considered to be the keepers of the Holy Grail? Discover the truth in Jane Angel: Templar Mystery, a gorgeous Hidden Object game.
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Most of your offerings are keepers. I wouldn't play it again or recommend it to anyone. This can be a relaxing game, but if you play against the clock, it's much more challenging. I am willing to work with game makers with different languages than mine. As well as this, the 'laboratory' mini-game appears in a much more challenging version than before. I quite liked the graphics and way the story was presented. If 0 stars was a rating option, that's what I would have chosen. The 'spot-the-difference' sections also have a new approach which I enjoyed. For me, games are a relaxation and I don't want a high level of challenge - this game fits the bill nicely. The scenes are atmospheric enough though the character animation is poor, and Jane's diary is a nice touch. I am purchasing this one. The artwork is nice, the story is nice, and it was cool learning more about The Templars. The scrolling system in which object names go from grey to black as they come into view is an original idea. I love the scrolling screen and that objects become available as you scroll through the scene. The graphics are good, the objects are clear but still often hard to spot, and the scenes are varied.
Thanks anyway, Gamehouse! The puzzles aren't particularly original or challenging. Most of the objects are well hidden, and it is challenging enough to require an occasional break before getting right back to it. Overall, a great game. Needless to say this is not enough to induce me to buy this game; I quit at end of Chapter 1, there are simply too many HO Scenes for me and each one is much too long. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Oldpilot38 from Good story, disappointing aspects Intriguing story line more or less historically accurate however it is really only a collection of HO scenes with tenuous connection. As HOGs go, this is weak, slow, and boring. The only feature I really appreciated is the background to the story: - the intro gives a summary of the history of the Knights Templar Order, how it was founded, what its objectives were [eg: the Holy Grail] and how it was persecuted by the King of France, jealous of its wealth; we learn a little bit about the Crusades, too, as well as, later in the game, about Columbus, his supposed link with the Order and how the surviving Knights would have reached America via an old Viking route. Making the in-game version easy was a good idea, as pure HOG players might otherwise find it annoying - the bonus version gives players the best of both worlds. I like the way the scenes can be moved and the way the list of objects changes color to show what area of the scene they are in or not in. Rated 5 out of 5 by rosekaufmann from Scrollable Game A refreshing change from the dark, dank scenery found in so many games. The artwork is nice, the story is nice, and it was cool learning more about The Templars. The background graphics are great, but the HO's are haphazard and all over the place.Some of the items were way too small to find - I found myself clicking all over just to move on. Long download time for screens--forget what is going on the time is so long. Audio was very limited, but while I appreciate good sound and music in games, I find I don;t really miss it very much when it's not present, so it didn't spoil my enjoyment. On the plus side, the clue screen does re-energize quickly and has a timer to let you know how long before you can have another hint Hint: some clues don't appear on the screen at the outset of your search - don't look too hard for all of them at first, cuz they may not be there yet! The Templar theme could have been played a lot more dramatically. I think most players who regularly play HOGs will like this game. Long, boring game. I liked the history lessons on the Crusades and the Knights Templar, which were in excellent English because they were probably copied out of a book. Unfortunately, it's not keeping my interest. Overall, a great game. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Oldpilot38 from Good story, disappointing aspects Intriguing story line more or less historically accurate however it is really only a collection of HO scenes with tenuous connection. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by GracePiranha from It could have been so good, but. I would recommend this game for everyone!!!!!! And a solid plot would have kept the player's interest much higher throughout the game.
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I'm still dragging through the chapters. I think most Myatery who regularly play HOGs will like this Queens Garden Sakura Season. I needed to take breaks during some screens as well as in between screens! It is a real shame that this game isn't wonderful. As well as this, the 'laboratory' mini-game appears in a much more challenging version than before. I expected better. One plus with this game is that the HOS and other scenes are bright. I'll play the sequel if there is one. I'd recommend this for the bored, with not much else to do. Jane Angel: Templar Mystery poor English syntax came during conversations. The Hidden Objects are spread out and not on top of each Loves Power Mahjong, or so small you can't find them. I usually turn the sound down or off so can't make a valid comment about it. Absence of audio dialogue between Jane Jaen her colleagues adds to the slowness.
The poor English syntax came during conversations. I am willing to work with game makers with different languages than mine. The graphics are its only saving grace - a scrolling screen permits a larger search screen. I think most players who regularly play HOGs will like this game. A disappointment and a waste of money. Finished it in a few hours. Interesting mini games. Also, the characters are pretty lame. It's great that BFG has such a wide variety of games for all tastes! I'm playing the timed version and can't wait to get back to it right now. Mini-games are not too numerous, but easy and enjoyable enough. Thank you to the team that came up with this one! Too bad I couldn't finish it. Bottom line: when an adventure search game uses a sonata as a backdrop, you might want to look elsewhere! With the beautiful graphics and well defined objects in the scrollable HOS scenes, this is a very enjoyable game.
I am willing to work with game makers with different languages than mine. Wasn't even shown what I had supposedly found. Finished it in a few hours. I'm playing the timed Northmark: Hour of the Wolf and can't wait to get back to it right now. No adventure, rare puzzles, one minigame in 50 minutes of the demo and a couple of original features: - 1: instead of Mystwry finding the differences, you have to locate where the items are misplaced and replace them in the window on Teemplar right half of the screen as per the example given in the window on the left. Enjoyed the puzzles.