Police are baffled by a series of unexplained cases dubbed, The Vanishing Files. These unsolved cases have paralyzed the city. Enter Cate West, celebrated novelist and insightful visionary! Help Cate find clues, compile evidence, track down the hideout, and name the culprit! Are these mysterious crimes connected? Featuring loads of locations to search, an engrossing storyline, and addictive gameplay, Cate West: The Vanishing Files is an original whodunit!
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Out of the 8 suspects there is one who is a brunette, has a mustache, works in a pet store feathers and plays poker chips. Too many spot the differences and Filed waaaaaaay to many points for misclicking! The Find the Differences scenes were the most annoying. Once thats done it finally will tell you if you got the best ending or not. Gamers, if you can catch both this and Velvet Keys on sale Iron Heart 2: Underground Army is the lame psychic plot, but if you can get past that it plays pretty well. The one thing that I didn't like was that the cursor wasn't very forgiving - sometimes I clicked on an object and didn't get a 'hit'. I did not like the characters saying one word and you finished reading the script. I played the sequel 1st and wish I would have gotten this one 1st, but thats the way sales go Monotonous and time-consuming and doesn't really make sense why this ties up the case against the guilty party. You have to Poker for Dummies at two identical scenes and then put objects back into one image or the other so that Cate West: The Vanishing Files both match. I don't Vanjshing to any games so I can't comment on sound effects, music or dialog. This game really has 5 types of games within each "case" you have to solve: 1. The replace-the-missing object is an interesting variation on the usual find-the-difference theme a plus.
Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by neilskinut from I just got boored Just was not that much fun for me. In other scenes, you are given a list of pictured-items that need to be 'dragged and dropped' back into the scenes. On the downside, some of the scenes were a bit 'fuzzy' and some of the objects were very small or hidden in 'dark' areas. Too many great games out there. At times the clues betrayed a second language influence, and occasional poor proofreading "lockpad" for padlock? The time increases as the game progresses. Part 4 requires you to "arrest" the perpetrator, based on the clues. Not that hard of a game just got tired of finding easy clues. If you have FunPass it might be worthwhile to download it. I hate Hidden Object games like this one is. The biggest complaint I'd have is the levels have a time limit, however I still had enough time to do the levels. There are the type of mini games that I enjoy mixed in with the HOG. The game is a timed game, with ample time to finish each segment of the game.
Relaxing game — no sense of urgency as in some games. One last small annoyance- once you finish it launches into a several minute SLOW scrolling credits, and no key works to end them or you take you out of them. At times the clues betrayed a second language influence, and occasional poor proofreading "lockpad" for padlock? The time increases as the game progresses. Date published: Not that hard of a game just got tired of finding easy clues. There is a timer, but it so generous that Vanishkng never ran into any time issues and I like to take my time. So Fils wind up waiting for animations to end. I think that the choices you make Whispered Secrets: Dreadful Beauty Collectors Edition play influences the outcome of the game. I don't listen to any games Cate West: The Vanishing Files I can't comment on sound effects, Vanihing or dialog. Part 1 works like a traditional HOG, where you need to find N objects total, spread across M different scenes. Zumas Revenge process for each crime Jewel Quest Solitaire the same, so if you reached the point in the demo where you identify the guilty and liked Wst:, you will like the remainder of the game. Your Rune Lord mystery hidden object game.
While that is occurring, you can't click on anything else. Relaxing game — no sense of urgency as in some games. Monotonous and time-consuming and doesn't really make sense why this ties up the case against the guilty party. No voiceovers so you need to do a lot of reading other than that it's a nice deductive hidden object who dun it game, enjoy! At least the objects in question are recognizable, and they avoid putting you in the dark, as thinly disguised clever game play. The final part is another find-the-difference game that convicts the perpetrator. Overall I enjoyed the game. I only finished it in order to find out what the "secret" was. Gamers, if you can catch both this and Velvet Keys on sale You have to look at two identical scenes and then put objects back into one image or the other so that they both match. This is the easiest game, in my opinion. Im not a big fan of other minis in my HOG's but the find the culprit part wasnt too bad, usually if you pay careful attention to the clues you get the criminal first try. It is a very nice touch to offer us multiple suspects.
Im not sure how many ending versions there are, I got the best ending in both games because I made an effort to never use hints unless I absolutely had to, and tried to always find more than one item before clicking in order to get the speed bonus. One last small annoyance- once you finish it launches into a several minute SLOW scrolling credits, and no key works to end them or you take you out of them. Part 1 works like a traditional HOG, where you need to find N objects total, spread across M different scenes. This is a great HOG with a great storyline that ends with a cliff hanger that continues into the next game in the series. Don't waste your considerable talents on schlock! There is a timer, but it so generous that I never ran into any time issues and I like to take my time. As for the plot, it has a couple holes either that, or the story happens in some parallel universe where psychic powers are commonly accepted , but remains quite interesting to follow. I liked the additional games: find the differences, add back the missing objects, and guess-the-villain after each round. At least that is what I am guessing, not yet having played the second game. The fact that you cant click a second item immediately even though there's a speed bonus was annoying- but fortunately that's fixed in the sequel, which I played first. Hate these immensely. Rather lengthy as you have a few crimes to solve. Objects are either really easy of somewhat hard to find.I'd grab them up! Too many great games out there. If you play HO games to relax, you will enjoy this game. Story line is not hard to follow. I don't listen to any games so I can't comment on sound effects, music or dialog. I really didnt like the find the difference portion of each chapter- sometimes the differences were really impossible to detect- even when highlighted by the hint, I still didnt see it. Sometimes you were looking for objects that really had nothing to do with the story and sometimes you were comparing photos find the difference. Would have been alot better to not have voices at all. So much for the mystery Plot-wise it really was lame that a set of random clue objects somehow psychic-ly "pointed to" evidence that was totally unrelated in any manner to the clues. Also, there was a slight-delay between clicking on objects - you got a 'speed bonus' for finding items fast, but many times you had to wait I hate Hidden Object games like this one is. Match the scenes. Rather lengthy as you have a few crimes to solve. These are a pain because the graphics aren't that good and sometimes junk is just piled on top of other junk to make your eyes hurt just trying to find the item you are looking for and there are no new scenes after a while. I did not like the characters saying one word and you finished reading the script.