Millennium Secrets: Emerald Curse

Kate receives a call from her old friend Archibald Jones, a professor who’s an expert in ancient civilizations. He asks her to retrieve a very important briefcase from a secret location in New York City and deliver it to the authorities, but before he can explain further, Kate hears voices and then the call ends abruptly. Help Kate save her friend and find the mysterious briefcase! Travel across the world in Millennium Secrets: Emerald Curse, a fun Hidden Object game.

Thinking I could go it alone, sans hints and tips, and then finding myself clueless. By the way, the gal doing the main character's voice is the same one who does Scorpio RItuals and a few other games, I'm pretty sure. They say pride comes before a fall, and my hubris managed to get me in a pickle. I just managed to get to the guest bedroom of Sir Slimey's mansion when who should pop into bed with me but my beloved 6 year old son - who promptly hogged the laptop and got himself to the next room, through the windows, without my help whilst I got dressed. Once activated, he played for another hour or so whilst I nipped out to collect my elder son from drama class - when I returned he seemed to have progressed a bit but was lying on the sofa crying with an alleged headache and nausea, reported hubby. It's comparable to vampireville in that you have to go around opening drawers and cupboards, etc. Young gal has to rescue older relative from crooks who want to steal archeological prize. Not sure why the complaints about the graphics, I actually really dig those "retro" sparce-type graphics. LOVED it. I started on easy and enjoyed getting the tips, sparkles etc to get me into the gameplay. Hey it might be kind of nice to have a GUY hero for a change! Loved the hidden bits, the movable bricks, the movable everything, the way nothing sparkled when the mouse went over it so you didn't know to click on it for definite, the randomness of the plot - finding a tranquiliser gun to put the butler out of action This time I changed my profile to "Mummy" and went in on the hard level, no sparkles available. Anyway it doesn't look like a very long game but it doesn't seem too short either.


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This time I changed my profile to "Mummy" and went in on the hard level, no sparkles available. If I buy I will play them because I thought they Summer in Italy quite beautiful. Re:Comments and Reviews for Millennium Secrets: Emerald Curse by krissywillow on Mar 20, 10 AM Once I got it working right I had a disappearing cursor at first, but finally figured out how to fix my computer settingsI really enjoyed this. Hey it might be kind of nice to have a GUY hero for a change! LOVED it. I think I was playing on regular mode rather than advanced and it was fine, not too easy, not too hard. They say pride comes before a fall, and my hubris managed to get me in a pickle. During lunch, though, this miraculously disappeared, especially when offered ice cream for dessert. I thought the animated Dolphin Dice Slots scenes were very well done. Not sure why the complaints about the graphics, I actually really dig those "retro" sparce-type graphics. So I don't know where I'm going, or how I'm going to get there with no hints left Anyway it doesn't look like a very long game but it doesn't seem too short either. I really found the guided tips bit useful in the first scene, finding the coins etc, and also leading me to the puzzles which are a BIT too easy for my liking - I would have been hanging around like a pork pie at a bar mitzvah one of my dad's favourite sayings else. It's comparable to Millennium Secrets: Emerald Curse in that you have to go around opening drawers and cupboards, etc.

I really found the guided tips bit useful in the first scene, finding the coins etc, and also leading me to the puzzles which are a BIT too easy for my liking - I would have been hanging around like a pork pie at a bar mitzvah one of my dad's favourite sayings else. Hey it might be kind of nice to have a GUY hero for a change! Thinking I could go it alone, sans hints and tips, and then finding myself clueless. Once activated, he played for another hour or so whilst I nipped out to collect my elder son from drama class - when I returned he seemed to have progressed a bit but was lying on the sofa crying with an alleged headache and nausea, reported hubby. I started on easy and enjoyed getting the tips, sparkles etc to get me into the gameplay. I checked the walkthrough and it seems I only got about a fifth of the way through it in my demo hour but some of that was messing with the cursor problem I had at the beginning. During lunch, though, this miraculously disappeared, especially when offered ice cream for dessert. By the way, the gal doing the main character's voice is the same one who does Scorpio RItuals and a few other games, I'm pretty sure. Not sure why the complaints about the graphics, I actually really dig those "retro" sparce-type graphics. I think I was playing on regular mode rather than advanced and it was fine, not too easy, not too hard. I thought the animated cut scenes were very well done. Re:Comments and Reviews for Millennium Secrets: Emerald Curse by krissywillow on Mar 20, 10 AM Once I got it working right I had a disappearing cursor at first, but finally figured out how to fix my computer settings , I really enjoyed this. Loved the hidden bits, the movable bricks, the movable everything, the way nothing sparkled when the mouse went over it so you didn't know to click on it for definite, the randomness of the plot - finding a tranquiliser gun to put the butler out of action Young gal has to rescue older relative from crooks who want to steal archeological prize. Anyway it doesn't look like a very long game but it doesn't seem too short either.

I really found the guided tips bit useful in the first scene, finding the coins etc, and also leading me to the puzzles which are a BIT too easy for my liking - I would have been hanging around like a pork pie at a bar mitzvah one of my dad's favourite sayings else. Advanced mode will be fun to play it through again. It's comparable to vampireville in that you have to go around opening drawers and cupboards, etc. So I don't know where I'm going, or how I'm going to get there with no hints left Young gal has to rescue older relative from crooks who want to steal archeological prize. If I buy I will play them because I thought they were quite beautiful. I checked the walkthrough and it seems I only got about a fifth of the way through it in my demo hour but some of that was messing with the cursor problem I had at the beginning. Hey it might be kind of nice to have a GUY hero for a change! Loved the hidden bits, the movable bricks, the movable everything, the way nothing sparkled when the mouse went over it so you didn't know to click on it for Mystery Solitaire: Arkhams Spirits, the randomness of Mad Mouse plot - finding a tranquiliser gun to put the butler out of action I just managed to get to the guest bedroom of Sir Slimey's mansion when who should pop into bed with me but my beloved 6 year old son - who promptly hogged the laptop and got himself to the next room, through the windows, without my help whilst I got dressed. By the way, the gal doing the Millennium Secrets: Emerald Curse character's voice is the same one who does Scorpio RItuals and a few other games, I'm pretty sure. Re:Comments and Reviews for Millennium Secrets: Emerald Curse by krissywillow on Mar 20, 10 AM Once I got it working right I had a disappearing cursor at first, but finally figured out how to fix my computer settings Millennium Secrets: Emerald Curse, I really enjoyed this. I started on easy and enjoyed getting the tips, sparkles etc to get me into the gameplay. Once he'd gone to bed, I had the chance to check this out again myself.


I did however skip some of the cut scenes to save on demo time. Anyway it doesn't look like a very long game but it doesn't seem too short either. I checked the walkthrough and it seems I only got about a fifth of the way through it in my demo hour but some of that was messing with the cursor problem I had at the beginning. During lunch, though, this miraculously disappeared, especially when offered ice cream for dessert. By the way, the gal doing the main character's voice is the same one who does Scorpio RItuals and a few other games, I'm pretty sure. They say pride comes before a fall, and my hubris managed to get me in a pickle. Once he'd gone to bed, I had the chance to check this out again myself. Thinking I could go it alone, sans hints and tips, and then finding myself clueless. Young gal has to rescue older relative from crooks who want to steal archeological prize. So I don't know where I'm going, or how I'm going to get there with no hints left I started on easy and enjoyed getting the tips, sparkles etc to get me into the gameplay. I thought the animated cut scenes were very well done. Loved the hidden bits, the movable bricks, the movable everything, the way nothing sparkled when the mouse went over it so you didn't know to click on it for definite, the randomness of the plot - finding a tranquiliser gun to put the butler out of action

Not sure why the complaints about the graphics, I actually really dig those "retro" sparce-type graphics. During lunch, though, this miraculously disappeared, especially when offered ice cream for dessert. I thought the animated cut scenes were very well done. They say pride comes before a fall, and my hubris managed to get me in a pickle. Anyway it doesn't look like a very long game but it doesn't seem too short either. This time I changed my profile to "Mummy" and went in on the hard level, no sparkles available. It's comparable to vampireville in that you have to go around opening drawers and cupboards, etc. Thinking I could go it alone, sans hints and tips, and then finding myself clueless. I just managed to get to the guest bedroom of Sir Slimey's mansion when who should pop into bed with me but my beloved 6 year old son - who promptly hogged the laptop and got himself to the next room, through the windows, without my help whilst I got dressed. I started on easy and enjoyed getting the tips, sparkles etc to get me into the gameplay. I really found the guided tips bit useful in the first scene, finding the coins etc, and also leading me to the puzzles which are a BIT too easy for my liking - I would have been hanging around like a pork pie at a bar mitzvah one of my dad's favourite sayings else. Hey it might be kind of nice to have a GUY hero for a change! LOVED it. Loved the hidden bits, the movable bricks, the movable everything, the way nothing sparkled when the mouse went over it so you didn't know to click on it for definite, the randomness of the plot - finding a tranquiliser gun to put the butler out of action

10 thoughts on “Millennium Secrets: Emerald Curse

  1. Thinking I could go it alone, sans hints and tips, and then finding myself clueless. I did however skip some of the cut scenes to save on demo time. Anyway it doesn't look like a very long game but it doesn't seem too short either.

  2. Thinking I could go it alone, sans hints and tips, and then finding myself clueless. So I don't know where I'm going, or how I'm going to get there with no hints left They say pride comes before a fall, and my hubris managed to get me in a pickle. By the way, the gal doing the main character's voice is the same one who does Scorpio RItuals and a few other games, I'm pretty sure. I think I was playing on regular mode rather than advanced and it was fine, not too easy, not too hard.

  3. I think I was playing on regular mode rather than advanced and it was fine, not too easy, not too hard. This time I changed my profile to "Mummy" and went in on the hard level, no sparkles available. Anyway it doesn't look like a very long game but it doesn't seem too short either. I thought the animated cut scenes were very well done. I checked the walkthrough and it seems I only got about a fifth of the way through it in my demo hour but some of that was messing with the cursor problem I had at the beginning.

  4. Anyway it doesn't look like a very long game but it doesn't seem too short either. I really found the guided tips bit useful in the first scene, finding the coins etc, and also leading me to the puzzles which are a BIT too easy for my liking - I would have been hanging around like a pork pie at a bar mitzvah one of my dad's favourite sayings else. If I buy I will play them because I thought they were quite beautiful. I did however skip some of the cut scenes to save on demo time. This time I changed my profile to "Mummy" and went in on the hard level, no sparkles available.

  5. I started on easy and enjoyed getting the tips, sparkles etc to get me into the gameplay. Once he'd gone to bed, I had the chance to check this out again myself. Young gal has to rescue older relative from crooks who want to steal archeological prize. Not sure why the complaints about the graphics, I actually really dig those "retro" sparce-type graphics.

  6. I checked the walkthrough and it seems I only got about a fifth of the way through it in my demo hour but some of that was messing with the cursor problem I had at the beginning. Re:Comments and Reviews for Millennium Secrets: Emerald Curse by krissywillow on Mar 20, 10 AM Once I got it working right I had a disappearing cursor at first, but finally figured out how to fix my computer settings , I really enjoyed this. If I buy I will play them because I thought they were quite beautiful.

  7. By the way, the gal doing the main character's voice is the same one who does Scorpio RItuals and a few other games, I'm pretty sure. Anyway it doesn't look like a very long game but it doesn't seem too short either. LOVED it. Hey it might be kind of nice to have a GUY hero for a change! I did however skip some of the cut scenes to save on demo time.

  8. Thinking I could go it alone, sans hints and tips, and then finding myself clueless. I think I was playing on regular mode rather than advanced and it was fine, not too easy, not too hard. Loved the hidden bits, the movable bricks, the movable everything, the way nothing sparkled when the mouse went over it so you didn't know to click on it for definite, the randomness of the plot - finding a tranquiliser gun to put the butler out of action Young gal has to rescue older relative from crooks who want to steal archeological prize. So I don't know where I'm going, or how I'm going to get there with no hints left

  9. Young gal has to rescue older relative from crooks who want to steal archeological prize. By the way, the gal doing the main character's voice is the same one who does Scorpio RItuals and a few other games, I'm pretty sure. Thinking I could go it alone, sans hints and tips, and then finding myself clueless. During lunch, though, this miraculously disappeared, especially when offered ice cream for dessert. So I don't know where I'm going, or how I'm going to get there with no hints left

  10. It's comparable to vampireville in that you have to go around opening drawers and cupboards, etc. By the way, the gal doing the main character's voice is the same one who does Scorpio RItuals and a few other games, I'm pretty sure. Re:Comments and Reviews for Millennium Secrets: Emerald Curse by krissywillow on Mar 20, 10 AM Once I got it working right I had a disappearing cursor at first, but finally figured out how to fix my computer settings , I really enjoyed this. LOVED it. Anyway it doesn't look like a very long game but it doesn't seem too short either.

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