Secret City: The Sunken Kingdom

Domini Games proudly presents the latest thrilling addition to the Secret City series! A famous dwarven explorer has turned to stone while searching for the ancient lost Merfolk Kingdom, and you’ve been called in to investigate! You quickly find a dangerous foe waiting just beneath the waves, and they want vengeance! Can you stop an evil tyrant and their immortal generals from taking over the city before it’s too late? Find out in this exhilarating Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

Although this game is a rather easy game to play, and the storyline has been done a thousand times before, I did find it to be quite enjoyable. Secret City: The Sunken Kingdom just as average as its predecessor. I've always wished there were small, step-by-step videos of the mini-games on the Strategy Guide where you could press on a play button to see a visual of how to solve the game, especially on some of the more complicated games, or games that have confusing written instructions. You can play and replay your favorite mini-games and puzzles! The Mini-Games are available in an Easy or Hard Difficulty Mode, and in the Custom Mode setting, you can choose to have each mini-game start out in either difficulty, but you can always opt for the opposite each time you play one. The Merfolk invited you to take part in their elections, but a peaceful process turned into a nightmare when a cruel and bloodthirsty heir appears! As soon as you arrive, you witness the ancient and long lost Kingdom of Merfolk arise from the depths of the sea! Will you and Sakir be able to solve the case and find out what this means for the future of the Secret City. What was wrong with the 3 small icons on the inventory bar that twinkled when a particular collectible or morph was available in the current scene? You quickly find a dangerous foe waiting just beneath the waves, and they want to get limitless power. The adventure portion of the game remains relatively easy and predictable. In recent games the developer sets the lower end of the time settings for skipping puzzles or getting hints.

The Mini-Games are available in an Easy or Hard Difficulty Mode, and in the Custom Mode setting, you can choose to have each mini-game start out in either difficulty, but you can always opt for the opposite each time you play one. There is an alternate Match 3 Game available if you're not a fan of HO's. Moreover, the characters here lack distinct personality, which makes them hard to root for. I'd rather see Domini adjust their over-the-top neon color palette and the lengthy chapters than do away with the collectibles circles on the inventory bar! Many years ago Tenebris, the princess of the Merfolk, killed her father to take over the Merfolk kingdom. The ambitious princess had her sights set on the Secret City as well since she wanted to become the supreme ruler of all mystical beings. Now the petrified body of a renowned Dwarven explorer has washed up on the shoreline and your friend Sakir needs your help. This tool discarding scenario occurred several times in every single scene of every chapter! Enjoy the plot twists and solve challenging puzzles in these hidden object mystery games! It includes some high-potential ideas, but suffers from sub-par execution. One thing that really jarred, and I was glad to get past that sequence, was the voice for the character "Nessie". Now you have to pull out the big and bulky side tab if you want to see if any of the icons are twinkling to alert you of their presence, I just think it takes away from the beauty of the scenery and is way less convenient. Please developers allow us to select that bottom range for ourselves. The Merfolk Supreme Judge, Cassiopeia, invites you to join her during their new Election process which infuriates Hakkar who feels he is the rightful heir to the throne, and of course, chaos ensues. If a developer is going to offer a Custom setting it implies that the gamer can choose to set the game up the way they want to play.

If you didn't like the heads-up twinkling you could disable them and they'd be barely noticeable. Why can't we just keep standard tools in our purse or backpack? The Merfolk invited you to take part in their elections, but a peaceful process turned into a nightmare when a cruel and bloodthirsty heir appears! A famous dwarven explorer has turned into stone while searching for hidden artifact appearances and the ancient lost Merfolk Kingdom. Although this game is a rather easy game to play, and the storyline has been done a thousand times before, I did find it to be quite enjoyable. This also comes down to the hidden object scenes and the puzzles, which are sometimes more enjoyable and layered than those that Domini Games usually offer. On the other hand, the fluorescent green hue of the graphics is definitely overwhelming and the animations as well the cutscenes are often disappointingly fuzzy and pixellated. Overall The Sunken Kingdom is an excellent game with a well laid out storyline. As soon as you arrive, you witness the ancient and long lost Kingdom of Merfolk arise from the depths of the sea! The Mini-Games are available in an Easy or Hard Difficulty Mode, and in the Custom Mode setting, you can choose to have each mini-game start out in either difficulty, but you can always opt for the opposite each time you play one. The Merfolk Supreme Judge, Cassiopeia, invites you to join her during their new Election process which infuriates Hakkar who feels he is the rightful heir to the throne, and of course, chaos ensues. Another critique of the game is the offering of a pseudo Custom game setting. Will you be able to solve all the seek and find games and stop him from gaining power from the ancient god and occupying the entire Merfolk Kingdom? Sakir calls you to help him investigate this mysterious case again, since you already helped him in previous find objects games for free.


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On the other hand, the fluorescent green hue of the graphics is definitely overwhelming and the animations as well Mahjong Easter cutscenes are often disappointingly fuzzy and pixellated. You quickly find a dangerous foe waiting just beneath the waves, and they want to get limitless power. I would suspect Thhe a real detective would carry some standard tools of the trade, at least a lockpick! Building the Great Wall of China 2 calls you to help him investigate this mysterious case again, since you already helped him in hTe find objects games for free. As soon as you arrive, you witness the ancient and long lost Kingdom of Merfolk arise from the depths of the sea! Will you prevent her from reviving the Generals? Overall The Sunken Kingdom is an excellent game with a well laid out storyline. Will you and Sakir be able to solve the case and find out what this means for the future of the Secret City. Kudos to BFG and Scret developer for coming up with this interesting new idea. Now Nessie is a Scottish mythical creature, so-called because it's believed to live in Loch Ness. I've Secret City: The Sunken Kingdom wondered why they don't offer Hidden Object alternates instead of playing a Mini-Game if they offer a Match 3 game instead of HO's? Domini never skimps on quantity, this is another long 7 Chapter game, and an extremely long CE Bonus Chapter In my opinion, it's just too long, and it Nikakudori to drag on and on with a repetitive scenario of always being just seconds too late to prevent the evil-doer's dastardly deeds, in every single chapter! Please developers allow us to select that bottom range for ourselves. Always know your next move!

Although this game is a rather easy game to play, and the storyline has been done a thousand times before, I did find it to be quite enjoyable. The Riddles themselves were really good, but I thought the animals themselves were creatively blended into the scenery. Now Nessie is a Scottish mythical creature, so-called because it's believed to live in Loch Ness. This tool discarding scenario occurred several times in every single scene of every chapter! Will you prevent her from reviving the Generals? Why can't we just keep standard tools in our purse or backpack? When it comes to the production, results are mixed. It even includes two gadgets, a special glasses and a magical medallion that promise to help you with your supernatural investigation. The only issue for me is that there are far more puzzles than HOP scenes in the game. In recent games the developer sets the lower end of the time settings for skipping puzzles or getting hints. Domini never skimps on quantity, this is another long 7 Chapter game, and an extremely long CE Bonus Chapter In my opinion, it's just too long, and it tends to drag on and on with a repetitive scenario of always being just seconds too late to prevent the evil-doer's dastardly deeds, in every single chapter! Happy gaming! Overall The Sunken Kingdom is an excellent game with a well laid out storyline. Now the petrified body of a renowned Dwarven explorer has washed up on the shoreline and your friend Sakir needs your help. I also really enjoyed the one in the second chapter where you place swatches correctly onto several different pictures.

Now Nessie is a Scottish mythical creature, so-called because it's believed to live in Loch Ness. This also comes down to the hidden object scenes and the puzzles, which are sometimes more enjoyable and layered than those that Domini Diamon Jones: Devils Contract usually offer. His body has been completely petrified leading Sakir to believe that he may have stumbled upon some clues while searching for the lost Merfolk Kingdom that mysteriously vanished over 10 years ago! The Merfolk Supreme Judge, Cassiopeia, invites you to join her during their new Election process which infuriates Hakkar who feels he is the rightful heir to the throne, Safari Venture of course, chaos ensues. You have been called to this magical place once again when a Dwarven explorer has gone missing while searching for the lost Merfolk Kingdom! If you didn't like the heads-up twinkling you could disable them and they'd be barely noticeable. Secret City: The Sunken Kingdom has a reasonable four-hour length, plus a minute-long bonus chapter. I'd rather see Domini adjust their over-the-top neon color palette and the Secret City: The Sunken Kingdom chapters than do away with the collectibles circles on the inventory bar! Another critique of the game is the offering of a pseudo Custom Evoly setting. As always, I recommend that you try the demo to see if Secret City the Sunken Kingdom is a game that you will enjoy as much as me. A famous dwarven explorer has turned into stone while searching for hidden artifact appearances and the ancient lost Merfolk Kingdom.


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10 thoughts on “Secret City: The Sunken Kingdom

  1. The only issue for me is that there are far more puzzles than HOP scenes in the game. Although this game is a rather easy game to play, and the storyline has been done a thousand times before, I did find it to be quite enjoyable. I'd rather have a Chapter game jam-packed with a solid storyline and features rather than a 7 Chapter game stretched out with fillers that do nothing to progress the story, they are just useless tasks that require a lot of back and forthing for no rhyme or reason.

  2. Will you be able to solve all the seek and find games and stop him from gaining power from the ancient god and occupying the entire Merfolk Kingdom? I've always wished there were small, step-by-step videos of the mini-games on the Strategy Guide where you could press on a play button to see a visual of how to solve the game, especially on some of the more complicated games, or games that have confusing written instructions. Sakir believes that the death of Bolrekin Nibley is somehow related to the Merfolk Kingdom and it could mean bad news for the Secret City. As always, I recommend that you try the demo to see if Secret City the Sunken Kingdom is a game that you will enjoy as much as me. I love the premise of having a hidden city within London that only a few can see or find.

  3. On the other hand, the fluorescent green hue of the graphics is definitely overwhelming and the animations as well the cutscenes are often disappointingly fuzzy and pixellated. Always know your next move! I'm not usually a fan of Keywords in Sentence finds and unfortunately, there are a lot of them used to progress the story's origins. In this game however the character has an extremely grating and unpleasant "Mockney" accent.

  4. On the other hand, the fluorescent green hue of the graphics is definitely overwhelming and the animations as well the cutscenes are often disappointingly fuzzy and pixellated. It's good but not brilliant; pleasant entertainment to spend time on after a few days of intensive personal business matters. I really didn't like the new "Collectibles Tab" located on the right side of the screen. Always know your next move!

  5. Will you and Sakir be able to solve the case and find out what this means for the future of the Secret City. As soon as you arrive, you witness the ancient and long lost Kingdom of Merfolk arise from the depths of the sea! I played the beta for the game a few months ago and I knew it would be a game that I would love.

  6. I realize it is a time-stretcher when we must wait to skip a puzzle but why even offer a Custom setting when we cannot set the hint and skip times? The Sunken Kingdom is everything I thought it would be and more. I love the premise of having a hidden city within London that only a few can see or find. I'd rather see Domini adjust their over-the-top neon color palette and the lengthy chapters than do away with the collectibles circles on the inventory bar!

  7. What was wrong with the 3 small icons on the inventory bar that twinkled when a particular collectible or morph was available in the current scene? Will you and Sakir be able to solve the case and find out what this means for the future of the Secret City. On one hand, the details in the artwork are indeed impressive and the music is well-utilized to give the game a slight sense of urgency. Although this game is a rather easy game to play, and the storyline has been done a thousand times before, I did find it to be quite enjoyable. You have been called to this magical place once again when a Dwarven explorer has gone missing while searching for the lost Merfolk Kingdom!

  8. I have enjoyed playing the game well into the wee hours of the morning and find it to be one of the best games that I have played recently. Address to the helpful Strategy Guide to explore the Secret City and be sure what to do next! The Merfolk invited you to take part in their elections, but a peaceful process turned into a nightmare when a cruel and bloodthirsty heir appears! Happy gaming!

  9. I realize it is a time-stretcher when we must wait to skip a puzzle but why even offer a Custom setting when we cannot set the hint and skip times? Please developers allow us to select that bottom range for ourselves. I have enjoyed playing the game well into the wee hours of the morning and find it to be one of the best games that I have played recently.

  10. The Merfolk Supreme Judge, Cassiopeia, invites you to join her during their new Election process which infuriates Hakkar who feels he is the rightful heir to the throne, and of course, chaos ensues. Sakir has requested your investigative services once again in the Secret City, a city no other human knows exists. Sakir calls you to help him investigate this mysterious case again, since you already helped him in previous find objects games for free. You can play and replay your favorite mini-games and puzzles!

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