The Curse of the Thirty Denarii

Help Blake and Mortimer protect a precious artifact and the fate of all mankind! Twenty-nine of Judas' thirty denarii have been discovered! But they contain a deadly curse that could spell disaster for the entire human race... Help Blake and Mortimer find the missing denarii before any more blood is shed in this exciting Hidden Object game! Dive into Black and Mortimer – The Curse of the Thirty Denarii today!


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In fact the game reads like a book that would have a number of interactive episodes. This game is awesome! The background music was a bit annoying and I had to turn it down. I've bought Denarii a lot of these HDO Adventures for some reason and there really isn't that much mileage after the demo. It was, and still is, outside the perimeters of my screen Fort Defenders: Seven Seas. As regards the recommendation, yes if you want to read a pretty entertaining comic book via your comp, no if gameplay is more important to you. Not sure if it's politically correct to mention ot on here. I'm not Denarij very funny after playing this either. The English translation isn't bad at all on the whole but a few errors caused me to raise an eyebrow; "bar" instead of helm [or wheel], "sticks" instead Cuurse twigs, Casino Chaos instead of axe, "pavilion" instead of flag The English translation isn't bad at all on Cursf whole but a few errors caused me to raise an eyebrow; "bar" instead of helm [or wheel], "sticks" instead of twigs, "ax" instead of axe, "pavilion" instead of flag The graphics are partly whole pages of the actual The Curse of the Thirty Denarii [a sample of which is given in the presentation] which serve both as HO Scenes as well as to tell the story. Happy Gaming! So "full screen" ahead! Everything is straightforward, easy, simple.

Due to maximum linearity, the adventure aspect is reduced to nil; no location to visit, no exploration, no useful item to find and therefore no action whatsoever. However, there isn't much originality anywhere. Collecting stars provide extra hints. Get it. The storyline is quite interesting, as all of this pair's adventures are, and narrated with simplicity and not without talent. As regards the recommendation, yes if you want to read a pretty entertaining comic book via your comp, no if gameplay is more important to you. Especially the minigames which are rather lame. As regards the recommendation, yes if you want to read a pretty entertaining comic book via your comp, no if gameplay is more important to you. Collecting stars provide extra hints. Not sure if it's politically correct to mention it on here. So, needless to say, this will not be a purchase for me boo hoo but I recommend everyone to give it a try. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by mrm from Are we looking for a vacation spot or an infamous discovery? The background music was a bit annoying and I had to turn it down. The game DOES advise you to go into "options" and increase your brightness.

The demo is free and it's only an hour long. The comic strip encompasses a good story line and dialogue, with a typical HDO Adventure format. So, needless Chrse say, this will not be a purchase for me boo hoo Travel To England I recommend everyone to give it a try. The graphics were definitely like reading a comic book - and an old one at that. Collecting stars provide extra hints. Additional HO Scenes and minigames come Cirse intermittently.


Additional HO Scenes and minigames come in intermittently. I thought it was rather short. Not funny. However, there isn't much originality anywhere. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by mrm from Are we looking for a vacation spot or an infamous discovery? The Hint System is slow and not very generous, but there is no reason why it should be; it is limited to 6 Hints maximum, but there's no real need to use them all. The demo is free and it's only an hour long. Not sure if it's politically correct to mention it on here. The book was originally published in French. Additional HO Scenes and minigames come in intermittently. No difficulty finding the HOs, no difficulty in any of the minigames which are skippable after a while. Rated 5 out of 5 by Mastermac59 from More Like This please! I recommend you do just that. The game DOES advise you to go into "options" and increase your brightness.

I should say "very basic". I've bought quite a lot of these HDO Adventures for some reason and there really isn't that much mileage after the demo. The comic strip encompasses a good story line and dialogue, with a typical HDO Adventure format. Decent environmental sound effects, graphics not so good, old game, old school, but the actual comic strip is well drawn. The comic strip encompasses a good story line and dialogue, with a typical HDO Adventure format. There is a bonus game section at the end, where you can replay the very basic mini games. The game DOES advise you to go into "options" and increase your brightness. Rated 5 out of 5 by Mastermac59 from More Like This please! As regards the recommendation, yes if you want to read a pretty entertaining comic book via your comp, no if gameplay is more important to you. From a reader's point of view, the game is worth 4 stars; from a gamer's viewpoint it is hardly worth 2 stars. This game is awesome! Let's split that in half and give it a 3 star rating. As regards the recommendation, yes if you want to read a pretty entertaining comic book via your comp, no if gameplay is more important to you. It was, and still is, outside the perimeters of my screen availability. I recommend you do just that.

Collecting stars provide extra hints. From a reader's point of view, the game is worth 4 stars; from a gamer's viewpoint it is hardly worth 2 stars. They are all hand-drawn, save for photos used either as background to certain scenes or as pictures of objects. However, there isn't much originality anywhere. Not funny. In fact the game reads like a book that would have a number of interactive episodes. The English translation isn't bad at all on the whole but a few errors caused me to raise an eyebrow; "bar" instead of helm [or wheel], "sticks" instead of twigs, "ax" instead of axe, "pavilion" instead of flag I had problems almost immediately upon playing the game. More games like this are welcome, with Tintin or similar characters. Rated 5 out of 5 by Mastermac59 from More Like This please! However, there isn't much originality anywhere. Decent environmental sound effects, graphics not so good, old game, old school, but the actual comic strip is well drawn.

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HdO Adventure Blake and Mortimer: The Curse of the Thirty Denarii [FINAL]

14 thoughts on “The Curse of the Thirty Denarii

  1. Collecting stars provide extra hints. The Hint System is slow and not very generous, but there is no reason why it should be; it is limited to 6 Hints maximum, but there's no real need to use them all. The English translation isn't bad at all on the whole but a few errors caused me to raise an eyebrow; "bar" instead of helm [or wheel], "sticks" instead of twigs, "ax" instead of axe, "pavilion" instead of flag That is indeed the question. Until the floral decoration location.

  2. You even have a Match 3 half way through! I was on "full screen" but it didn't take up my full screen and when I tried "windowed" it was even smaller. The graphics are partly whole pages of the actual comic [a sample of which is given in the presentation] which serve both as HO Scenes as well as to tell the story.

  3. Due to maximum linearity, the adventure aspect is reduced to nil; no location to visit, no exploration, no useful item to find and therefore no action whatsoever. In fact the game reads like a book that would have a number of interactive episodes. In fact the game reads like a book that would have a number of interactive episodes. Because by the title and game description we are led to believe we are going exploring for an ancient artifact - the last "piece of silver" given to Judas for

  4. In fact the game reads like a book that would have a number of interactive episodes. So, needless to say, this will not be a purchase for me boo hoo but I recommend everyone to give it a try. I'm not feeling very funny after playing this either.

  5. The English translation isn't bad at all on the whole but a few errors caused me to raise an eyebrow; "bar" instead of helm [or wheel], "sticks" instead of twigs, "ax" instead of axe, "pavilion" instead of flag There's not many like this around, and some of you might say, thank heavens, but it was so quirky and unusual and fun. Hence, game finished for me.

  6. Not funny. I'm not feeling very funny after playing this either. The English translation isn't bad at all on the whole but a few errors caused me to raise an eyebrow; "bar" instead of helm [or wheel], "sticks" instead of twigs, "ax" instead of axe, "pavilion" instead of flag

  7. From a reader's point of view, the game is worth 4 stars; from a gamer's viewpoint it is hardly worth 2 stars. In fact the game reads like a book that would have a number of interactive episodes. Get it. So, needless to say, this will not be a purchase for me boo hoo but I recommend everyone to give it a try.

  8. I was on "full screen" but it didn't take up my full screen and when I tried "windowed" it was even smaller. From a reader's point of view, the game is worth 4 stars; from a gamer's viewpoint it is hardly worth 2 stars. I should say "very basic". In fact the game reads like a book that would have a number of interactive episodes. Not sure if it's politically correct to mention it on here.

  9. I was on "full screen" but it didn't take up my full screen and when I tried "windowed" it was even smaller. You even have a Match 3 half way through! I would have liked to have finished this game because I was brought up on this story and would have liked to see how the loss of 1 silver piece changed, or was going to change, world history.

  10. Not funny. The storyline is quite interesting, as all of this pair's adventures are, and narrated with simplicity and not without talent. The English translation isn't bad at all on the whole but a few errors caused me to raise an eyebrow; "bar" instead of helm [or wheel], "sticks" instead of twigs, "ax" instead of axe, "pavilion" instead of flag

  11. So "full screen" ahead! Because by the title and game description we are led to believe we are going exploring for an ancient artifact - the last "piece of silver" given to Judas for No lip syncing or voice overs.

  12. The demo is free and it's only an hour long. Six available hints on each scene, that take ages to recharge, and basic mini puzzles, which take about three minutes to skip. So, needless to say, this will not be a purchase for me boo hoo but I recommend everyone to give it a try.

  13. Let's split that in half and give it a 3 star rating. In fact the game reads like a book that would have a number of interactive episodes. I should say "very basic".

  14. Let's split that in half and give it a 3 star rating. The storyline is quite interesting, as all of this pair's adventures are, and narrated with simplicity and not without talent. The game DOES advise you to go into "options" and increase your brightness.

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