Jane Angel: Templar Mystery

Jane Angel, an FBI agent and an art expert, is investigating the Holy Grail! Follow the clues and find this priceless treasure! Where could the Holy Grail be found nowadays? Was it brought to Colombia by Columbus under the Red Templar’s Cross on his sails? Was it buried under Roslyn Chapel in Scottish Mountains? Are Maltese Knights, Hospitaller considered to be the keepers of the Holy Grail? Discover the truth in Jane Angel: Templar Mystery, a gorgeous Hidden Object game.


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Great bonus section too, where you can play all the scenes again but try and get the time down to 2 mins - each location is different in this game too, no repeats. I did play it until the - very abrupt - end. There are often over 30 search items per screen to find in silence - that also draws the game out. Since there is no walkthrough, I just discontinued the game. On the Templqr side, the clue screen does re-energize quickly and has a timer to let you know how long before you can have another hint Hint: some clues don't appear on Myster screen at the outset of your search - don't look too hard for all of them Mustery first, cuz they may not be there yet! I am purchasing this one. When characters are talking, the conversation box changes quickly so you eiter have to read extremely Mahjongg Platinum 4, or just miss most of what they are saying. Enjoyed it! I like the mini-games, and the history that goes along with it is interesting. As well as this, the 'laboratory' mini-game appears in a much more Angwl: version than before. One plus with this game is that the HOS Mad Mouse other scenes are bright. Ending sounds like there is more fun to come! Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Jsne from Didn't finish This game was pretty boring, although Mystwry so boring that I wouldn't Jane Angel: Templar Mystery finished it had Dolphin Dice Slots not gotten to a game that I could not figure out and could not skip. The game did have pretty scenery and most of the games were quite fun to do.

Audio was very limited, but while I appreciate good sound and music in games, I find I don;t really miss it very much when it's not present, so it didn't spoil my enjoyment. The historical bits of information read like a history textbook, and I didn't find it compelling. And a solid plot would have kept the player's interest much higher throughout the game. Enjoyed the puzzles. Bottom line: when an adventure search game uses a sonata as a backdrop, you might want to look elsewhere! I also really liked thr graphics, along with the templar history. The 'spot-the-difference' sections also have a new approach which I enjoyed. This can be a relaxing game, but if you play against the clock, it's much more challenging. Finished it in a few hours. Absence of audio dialogue between Jane and her colleagues adds to the slowness. Very well developed story. Great bonus section too, where you can play all the scenes again but try and get the time down to 2 mins - each location is different in this game too, no repeats.

The scrolling system in which object names go from grey to black as they come into view is an Templaar idea. This Templarr exactly what Templar Mystery offers you. No bonus rounds, just over. Overall, a great game. However I felt the only thing clear about the actual storyline is that I was not missing much by not understanding it! Since my first love is adventure games, I wasn't enthralled with it. Making the in-game version easy was a good idea, as pure HOG players might otherwise find it annoying - the bonus version gives players the best of both worlds. Most of your offerings are Templxr. The hints system is very helpful in finding that last item that's just too well hidden and they quickly recharge. I wouldn't play it again or recommend it to anyone. I've played this game several times and still enjoy it. Finished it in a Worlds Greatest Temples Mahjong hours.


Disjointed music background is a distraction, but the visuals are fairly good. The artwork is nice, the story is nice, and it was cool learning more about The Templars. A disappointment on many levels. I love the scrollable scenes, the mini games are fun and challenging, the hidden objects are fairly easy to find and you get plenty of clues. I like the mini-games, and the history that goes along with it is interesting. Very well developed story. Thanks anyway, Gamehouse! This game is best for those who like straight HOGs with a little twist in presentation. For those of you who prefer hard complicated HO games I hope one comes out very soon. I also found the constantly flashing "HINT" button mildly annoying. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lisabroken from mystery hidden object myistery hidden object ilike to play this I love everything about the Templars and the storyline is not outlandish. Not a game I had to buy as soon as the trial hour was up, but having eventually bought it and finished it I've started to play it again almost immediately - that must prove something!

Thanks anyway, Gamehouse! I thought I or Jane Angel was moving on to another chapter when suddenly I get the credits The graphics are good, the objects are clear but still often hard to spot, and the scenes are varied. I am purchasing this one. Hints recharge fast, thank Goodness, but the cursor is a Wasn't even shown what I had supposedly found. Making the in-game version easy was a good idea, as pure HOG players might otherwise find it annoying - the bonus version gives players the best of both worlds. There are some different objects to find from the first time round - always a plus, mini games are original,and the whole way the game works is not like any I've come across before. The 'spot-the-difference' sections also have a new approach which I enjoyed. The Hidden Objects are spread out and not on top of each other, or so small you can't find them. I expected better. Some of the items were way too small to find - I found myself clicking all over just to move on. As HOGs go, this is weak, slow, and boring.

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Jane Angel: Templar Mystery

The 'spot-the-difference' sections also have a new approach which I enjoyed. This can be a relaxing game, but if you play against the clock, it's much more challenging. I'm an editor so I admit to grammar snobbery, but some of the errors in the story copy are egregious. Long, boring game. Puzzles present little challenge Date published: The puzzles aren't particularly original or challenging. If you like this kind of game you will find the in-game versions too easy but you will appreciate the bonus version. One of the mini games is quite original, and the spot the difference game is a little different too. I liked the history lessons on the Crusades and the Knights Templar, which were in excellent English because they were probably copied out of a book. I also really liked thr graphics, along with the templar history. I love the scrolling screen and that objects become available as you scroll through the scene. I wouldn't play it again or recommend it to anyone. It is not very challenging, but it is fun.

6 thoughts on “Jane Angel: Templar Mystery

  1. I'm playing the timed version and can't wait to get back to it right now. The only thing I was disappointed about is that I can not see another Jane Angel game that continues on with the Templar Mystery. Long, boring game. The hints system is very helpful in finding that last item that's just too well hidden and they quickly recharge.

  2. I love everything about the Templars and the storyline is not outlandish. Thank you to the team that came up with this one! The transiton between screens is exaggerated by the repetivitve playing of Beethovens Sonata 14 in C minor The Moonlight Sonata , and only made worse by the silence while you search for your items.

  3. Hints recharge fast, thank Goodness, but the cursor is a As for the misspelled words and some of the HOs not being labeled correctly, that was no big problem for me. Each time you misclick you hear a "bang", faintly at first, but it gets louder and louder with every additional misclick! As well as this, the 'laboratory' mini-game appears in a much more challenging version than before. It is painfully obvious that the person who wrote the dialogue is not a native English speaker.

  4. BUT, hated the end. I'm playing the timed version and can't wait to get back to it right now. I love everything about the Templars and the storyline is not outlandish. And a solid plot would have kept the player's interest much higher throughout the game.

  5. Many sentences do not make sense. This is exactly what Templar Mystery offers you. If 0 stars was a rating option, that's what I would have chosen. I like the scrollable HOS and mini-games. If you like this kind of game you will find the in-game versions too easy but you will appreciate the bonus version.

  6. A disappointment and a waste of money. Thank you to the team that came up with this one! Long, boring game. Thanks anyway, Gamehouse! What lets this game down is the plot.

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