Death at Cape Porto: A Dana Knightstone Novel

Return to Europe in a brand new adventure as Dana Knightstone, the best-selling novelist with a gift for clairvoyance. A tragic legend attracts you to Portugal, where you were planning to set the backdrop of your latest love story. But upon checking into a mysterious hotel, you discover that your abilities are not just limited to interacting with ghosts. Delve into a past obscured by untruths that have imprisoned an innocent soul who, without your help, will never have the chance to clear his name. Find clues buried in old newspaper clippings and collect useful items as you explore the romantic locales of Portugal.


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The series begins when she comes across Moai V: New Generation Collectors Edition murder mystery while on vacation in Scotland. Lost a bit of momentum towards the very end. Like previously mentioned in other reviews the graphics are very beautiful. As with all the other Dana games, you have to conclude this tragic love triangle and turns tragedy into a happy ending! Now I want a fifth adventure! Nice interaction with characters. This limits the back Sherlock Holmes VS Arsene Lupin forth search to only the current chapter and makes it much more pleasant to play! It is back with its star-crossed lovers story, and murder. I was afraid after the previous installment Daana the Dana Knightstone was in danger of becoming a generic adventure'HOS game. As she becomes a best-selling novelist, she continues to travel around Europe including Italy [2] and Austria, [3] where she encounters more spirits and mysteries to unveil. HINT: Shows you where to go, what to use and portal. The mini games are very enjoyable to play as well as the hogs. On the visuals side, the graphics are wonderful as we have come to expect, in fact, we admire the beautiful scenery in this sequel more than the previous ones. As a result, the length of the main game is extremely short — it should not take anybody longer than 3 Caape, a lot shorter for fast players. I didn't get to see much of the game, but it was lovely.

It's definitely a buy for me. It is back with its star-crossed lovers story, and murder. I thought this was a great game. The thing I love most is how each chapter is separate and stand alone on the map. The visuals are beautiful and the characters are depicted in such a delicate way that reminds me of the anime I loved. Death at Cape Porto has a nice, relaxed gameplay — if not too easy. This is a slow-paced, take your time game. This has been by favorite hidden object game for a long time, and I am still using the wallpaper from this game right now. It has a spark over it that makes it different, ignoring the fact that most of the games are, sadly, too short and too easy. Like previously mentioned in other reviews the graphics are very beautiful. There is nothing really special about it except the variety of the Hidden Object scenes. Rather, it is a gentle, somewhat romantic mystery that takes place in the ridiculously beautiful Tuscan locations. I loved the scenes, locations, graphics and storyline! Nice appropriate ambient sounds. It peaked at 1 on all the PC charts and lasted 34 days.

The hidden object scenes are sharp and clear, and are also a nice Port: of the standard list-type as well Daeth "find 20 of a particular item" and others where you must find objects based on pictures Zumas Revenge silhouettes. Gabriela's love, Silvio Torres, was accused of murdering her. This one was just a little more fun to play and the scenery was just gorgeous including Professor eye candy! Is the ghost trying to lead you somewhere, to clues? The story is about Gabriela, a ghost who was murdered in what seems like a Sallys Salon: Kiss & Make-Up Collectors Edition. Great music. Awesome artistry with beautiful color palettes and graphics are crisp and clear. Unique method of playing HOS, besides the traditional list. And more!!!


HO's were fun as you have to connect objects or open and search for them. The main character is Dana Knightstone, a fiction writer who uncovers a mystery while on vacation in Scotland. It has a map and a journal. Puzzles are varied and sometimes complex. As a result, the length of the main game is extremely short — it should not take anybody longer than 3 hours, a lot shorter for fast players. This limits the back and forth search to only the current chapter and makes it much more pleasant to play! Nice appropriate ambient sounds. Sit back and enjoy this investigation-mystery. MAP: Map will show image of place that action is required and you can use it as a jump-map. This one was just a little more fun to play and the scenery was just gorgeous including Professor eye candy! Unique method of playing HOS, besides the traditional list. HINT: Shows you where to go, what to use and portal. I love the element of flashback portal that reveals the past without interrupting the main storyline.

This game, based on the demo, was fantastic. I didn't get to see much of the game, but it was lovely. As a result, the length of the main game is extremely short — it should not take anybody longer than 3 hours, a lot shorter for fast players. The series begins when she comes across a murder mystery while on vacation in Scotland. I love everything about this game! Some are so dark you can not find all the objects. This limits the back and forth search to only the current chapter and makes it much more pleasant to play! Give it a try, I think you'll like it! I was wrong. The hidden object scenes are sharp and clear, and are also a nice mix of the standard list-type as well as "find 20 of a particular item" and others where you must find objects based on pictures or silhouettes. Lovely distant views. Puzzles are varied and sometimes complex. This one was just a little more fun to play and the scenery was just gorgeous including Professor eye candy! Overall, this game was amazing.

Haunting, lyrical tunes accompany the player through unbelievably gorgeous scenery, from the dark and somewhat spooky university library to a sun-drenched Tuscan village and a remote and mysterious monastery. Great music. Visit the bakery was really hoping for a HOG there…but no such luck. Occasionally, you can also pop back in the past through your visions and put things right which is quite an interesting new concept to be introduced. It has a spark over it that makes it different, ignoring the fact that most of the games are, sadly, too short and too easy. Gabriela's love, Silvio Torres, was accused of murdering her. Date published: Upon your arrival at a brand new hotel, you ghost visions started functioning. Even though the story has been done times and times in the previous Dana Knightstone games, it never gets tired. As a result, the length of the main game is extremely short — it should not take anybody longer than 3 hours, a lot shorter for fast players. The puzzles are a nice mix. I was wrong.

2 thoughts on “Death at Cape Porto: A Dana Knightstone Novel

  1. Date published: The storyline is similar to others - I don't care for ghosts but it fits well with solving the mystery. Occasionally, you can also pop back in the past through your visions and put things right which is quite an interesting new concept to be introduced. The game starts out gory, not sure if it continues.

  2. As with all the other Dana games, you have to conclude this tragic love triangle and turns tragedy into a happy ending! I have enjoyed the Dana Knightstone series and this was another fun one. Rather, it is a gentle, somewhat romantic mystery that takes place in the ridiculously beautiful Tuscan locations. The outdoor views look amazing while the indoor scenes look as stunning.

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