Demon Archive: The Adventure of Derek

In 18th century France, a detective is called upon to investigate the mysterious death of Count Anthony. Prepare to experience eerie apparitions and familiar literary allusions based on Marlow’s Dr.Faustus. Follow your instincts and venture through brilliant scenes, mini-games and puzzles. Beware – monsters with unique characteristics hide in unexpected places. Can you save the town and Countess Mellissa from the Demon?

Just not my cup of tea. Worth A Voucher This may be called an "Old School" game and not be "State of the Art" by today's standards , but is is a good game with an interesting story and variety of scenes. What makes my game unique? I thought graphics are ok but some events and mini-games are impressive. So I recommend this game! It's nice just to play the game and not have to look for collected or morphing items and not have to achieve anything. No the game screen does not completely fill out my Monitor, but once you get involved with the game, you won't even notice the smaller screen. I have never played a game that has a Terms of Use and a Privacy Statement in the Options selection, no biggie, I've just never seen that before. The Hidden Object Scenes are slightly interactive list finds, where you click on an item such as a curtain, to remove it and expose the item. I'm sure some people will love this game, but for me, there was nothing special about anything in this game, nothing to make me want to continue playing. Some of the inventory items you find are really small and unrecognizable. Faustus and fantastic elements. There are a few details "off" such as English accents with the characters and location in France, but no biggie.

The first chapter is not hard to go through, and when I go on the next chapter, the puzzles become difficult, diverse and the story is out of my expectation! I found it difficult to get into the storyline which has been done over and over again, villain in a cloak and mask warning the detective that he doesn't belong here, to give up on the case. The hint icon will either tell you to search elsewhere or guide you to an area of interest even if you don't have the necessary items to complete the task. What makes my game unique? And I was so entertained that I paid the 2. Faustus" along with other familiar tales in the storyline. It only takes a few seconds to make the selection and you are ready to play. There are a few details "off" such as English accents with the characters and location in France, but no biggie. Not our usual razzle dazzle game which is okay with me as it is easy on the eyes. You can change your screen size any time that you start the game. They did this on purpose, right? This may be called an "Old School" game and not be "State of the Art" by today's standards , but is is a good game with an interesting story and variety of scenes. I'm sure some people will love this game, but for me, there was nothing special about anything in this game, nothing to make me want to continue playing.

There is music -- many of the CEs that I have played lately are "silent". Demon Archive is a recurrance of Dr. I like the setting with different themes and when I go through different scenes each by each, I had some fun to find out more clues and do enjoy it. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by yuczhen from A fresh detective game You can find many detective games in BFG but this one is fresh one made by a new team. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by pamturnerwelch from Sometimes different is better This is a classic case of read the reviews then try it for yourself. There are a few details "off" such as English accents with the characters and location in France, but no biggie. One suggestion I have is to be sure to "turn off" the Windowed mode. That way you will just have black surrounding your playing screen. So far, so good. It only takes a few seconds to make the selection and you are ready to play. The first chapter is not hard to go through, and when I go on the next chapter, the puzzles become difficult, diverse and the story is out of my expectation! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pcpat from Great Atmosphere! So instead of being annoyed, I found it a nice break from well done same old storyline games. The Mini Games are simple puzzles, swapping tiles to complete a picture, repeat piano key sequence, or match 12 symbols on bookbinders, none of the games are new, and all can be done quickly. Yeah it's old school, lo-tech, and really really easy hidden object scenes.

14 thoughts on “Demon Archive: The Adventure of Derek

  1. To be nominateed in such great games from all over the world, we're happy but have a precaution on our mind since it's still a long road to go during game development. I thought graphics are ok but some events and mini-games are impressive. The inventory items must be dragged from the inventory bar to the item it's being used on which is annoying, and items with a blue background can be combined by dragging one item to the other. Its good to laugh so much, and some of the bad translations were so good I kept reading them over again!

  2. Some of the inventory items you find are really small and unrecognizable. Count Anthony has disappeared and there's a mystery to be solved. Faustus and fantastic elements. Gamers who are open to diversity and cherish a more simplistic approach, yet, still maintaining great artwork, music, puzzles, story line will appreciate. I'm sure some people will love this game, but for me, there was nothing special about anything in this game, nothing to make me want to continue playing.

  3. I thought graphics are ok but some events and mini-games are impressive. I have never played a game that has a Terms of Use and a Privacy Statement in the Options selection, no biggie, I've just never seen that before. The Hidden Object Scenes are slightly interactive list finds, where you click on an item such as a curtain, to remove it and expose the item.

  4. If you believe us and like our game, we will also try our best to give you feedback with our sincerely works, no matter how long it will be. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by yuczhen from A fresh detective game You can find many detective games in BFG but this one is fresh one made by a new team. This may be called an "Old School" game and not be "State of the Art" by today's standards , but is is a good game with an interesting story and variety of scenes. Yeah it's old school, lo-tech, and really really easy hidden object scenes. I'm sure some people will love this game, but for me, there was nothing special about anything in this game, nothing to make me want to continue playing.

  5. No the game screen does not completely fill out my Monitor, but once you get involved with the game, you won't even notice the smaller screen. So I recommend this game! Before the game begins, you have the option of choosing the graphics from best to fastest, I tried the best and the fastest and the only thing I noticed was the best graphics took longer to load between scenes but the graphics looked the same to me.

  6. So far, so good. Yeah it's old school, lo-tech, and really really easy hidden object scenes. Music has a somber tone appropriate to story line. They did this on purpose, right? That way you will just have black surrounding your playing screen.

  7. I found it difficult to get into the storyline which has been done over and over again, villain in a cloak and mask warning the detective that he doesn't belong here, to give up on the case. The inventory items must be dragged from the inventory bar to the item it's being used on which is annoying, and items with a blue background can be combined by dragging one item to the other. I'm sure some people will love this game, but for me, there was nothing special about anything in this game, nothing to make me want to continue playing.

  8. The first chapter is not hard to go through, and when I go on the next chapter, the puzzles become difficult, diverse and the story is out of my expectation! If you believe us and like our game, we will also try our best to give you feedback with our sincerely works, no matter how long it will be. There is music -- many of the CEs that I have played lately are "silent". This is a very good game to play and well worth a free game credit. Date published:

  9. Count Anthony has disappeared and there's a mystery to be solved. We provide profound content in the union of story, art and music that needs your attentive investigation and observation. There are a few details "off" such as English accents with the characters and location in France, but no biggie. I liked some symbol puzzles, characters plus hogs and had fun in them.

  10. Nevertheless, it was challenging and took some couple of hours to play through. This may be called an "Old School" game and not be "State of the Art" by today's standards , but is is a good game with an interesting story and variety of scenes. They KNEW this is funny, right? That way you will just have black surrounding your playing screen. The story begins in the 18th century France, and the player will be the detective to investigate the mysterious death of Count Anthony.

  11. I have never played a game that has a Terms of Use and a Privacy Statement in the Options selection, no biggie, I've just never seen that before. Yeah it's old school, lo-tech, and really really easy hidden object scenes. It only takes a few seconds to make the selection and you are ready to play.

  12. There is music -- many of the CEs that I have played lately are "silent". Demon Archive is a recurrance of Dr. Not our usual razzle dazzle game which is okay with me as it is easy on the eyes. We simply hope to have such a honor to support the faith of making creative and fun game if we can win the grand prix this year. There are two modes of difficulty, Casual and Expert, and a feature I've never seen before.

  13. Rated 5 out of 5 by jcsgame from Excellent "Old School" Game This is an interesting and challenging game to play Upon starting the game, you will be asked the Screen size that you want to use. To be nominateed in such great games from all over the world, we're happy but have a precaution on our mind since it's still a long road to go during game development. The story begins in the 18th century France, and the player will be the detective to investigate the mysterious death of Count Anthony.

  14. There is a HINT button in the game that will point to things that need to be done within the scene, but it will not tell you where to go next. So instead of being annoyed, I found it a nice break from well done same old storyline games. The hint icon will either tell you to search elsewhere or guide you to an area of interest even if you don't have the necessary items to complete the task. They did this on purpose, right? The story begins in the 18th century France, and the player will be the detective to investigate the mysterious death of Count Anthony.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *