Lost Secrets: November 1963

Something mysterious is brewing in Texas. What could Dallas, the assassination of President Kennedy, and a pink teddy bear have in common? Lainey Wells has been having dreams centered around Dallas, the assassination of President Kennedy, and a pink teddy bear. Yearning to cure her condition, she travels to Dealey Plaza to discover what ties her to the President's untimely death. It becomes clear that someone is steering her towards a specific goal, but who or what guides her hand?


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Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Lazeedragon from I Liked this Game i thought the game was nice and different despite Townsmen: A Kingdom Rebuilt i read in the other reviews Without spoiling the game. I'll be buying it asap. Hope Gamehouse comes out Glimmer another like this one It's a bit difficult but and needs strategy guide from time to time. The only negative thing I have to say is that it had an abrupt ending which made you feel the game was too short. Some historical footage is presented in clever ways but a mystery is mainly evolving here and though you might imagine it's a flashback to prevent JFK's fate, it is not HOS are somewhat easy,mini games were a bit more challenging than the HOS,but not much,hint is very helpful,interactive map is good,except when in a "dream sequence",then it is useless,but you dont have far to travel in the "dreams" so it was OK,voices were not to bad,but Mother Nature best part to me is the history lessons throughout the game,I liked that and think it would be great for youth to play and get a little "teach" while having fun!! It's fun, it's historical, whether it's accurate or not means absolutely nothing, it's entertaining and based only on the trial version I'm buying. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by denniann2 from a short but enjoyable game i took a star for length. I did enjoy the early 60s atmosphere. Although this was an adventure game, the HO scenes looked like old-time HO. One thing I loved about the hint button, is Royal Mahjong: Kings Journey it showed you where to go next IF you Lost Secrets: November 1963 stuck.

Then I read the reviews and figured I couldn't have too much more to go, which proved to be true. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by krinneyd from Giving this a 5 star for 2 reasons, to offset the unfounded bad reviews and Been a long time since I have completed a HOG from Gamehouse all in one sitting but this game did it for me. What a perfect combo for me! Seems some reviewers took the game personally, which I think rather strange since it in no way as I can see shows disrespect for JFK. If the developers cut down on 'story' and let you get down to playing the game it could be worth it; deleted after 15 minutes. The interactive map eliminated most of the back-and-forth actions that are annoying in other HOGs. Then, suddenly, the game was over. There were two stages, real and dreamlike. Your not there to solve what actually happened, that is a side issue in this game. The only negative I have with the game is that it was way too short. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by princessfurbee from Fun and Informative Game I remember that day in Dallas like yesterday. I am excited to recommend this game, I would say suitable for the kid who is learning about JFK and what happened.

That said, however, there were some good things as well. So to sum it Mahjong Detective: The Stolen Love up,not a bad game at all,try it out and see for yourself!! Great change from the same ol' same ol', great graphics and very intriguing storyline. When I played it,it was sort of short,but it was Trivia Machine Reloaded captivating subject If the developers cut down on 'story' and let you get down to Cafe Mahjongg the game it could be worth it; deleted after 15 Lost Secrets: November 1963. The graphics are clear, it's challenging but the hint button is awesome at revealing the next step. It was quite short but I enjoyed it. While in dream mode the map was of no use, but the hint button was useful in those situations. One thing I loved about the hint button, is that it showed you where to go next IF you got stuck. First off the graphics are clear and colorful. I love the storyline anything to do with the Kennedys I'm hooked. I never needed help outside the game YaY as that can distract my focus. The hint system will also direct you to the location you need to be. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Archimedes: Eureka! from Fun and Informative Game I remember that day in Dallas like yesterday.


The graphics were very clear, and no attempt was made to really hide any of the hidden objects, so the HO scenes were very easy. I did enjoy the early 60s atmosphere. I found it rather good to see some of the things that happened on that fateful day and to have a different view Seems some reviewers took the game personally, which I think rather strange since it in no way as I can see shows disrespect for JFK. The puzzles were not too hard and the hidden object scenes were just about right as far as difficulty. Hope Gamehouse comes out with another like this one Really glad I read further positive reviews and did not let the erroneous ones dictate my choice in trying out the game. The map was a real help, as there was a lot of bouncing around. The abruptness was very disappointing. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by krinneyd from Giving this a 5 star for 2 reasons, to offset the unfounded bad reviews and The map only worked in real time but your hint button got you to where you needed to be. I am excited to recommend this game, I would say suitable for the kid who is learning about JFK and what happened. The puzzles are fun and the storyline is gripping.

It's fun, it's historical, whether it's accurate or not means absolutely nothing, it's entertaining and based only on the trial version I'm buying. Very slow game, gave up after 20 minutes. The only negative thing I have to say is that it had an abrupt ending which made you feel the game was too short. HOS are somewhat easy,mini games were a bit more challenging than the HOS,but not much,hint is very helpful,interactive map is good,except when in a "dream sequence",then it is useless,but you dont have far to travel in the "dreams" so it was OK,voices were not to bad,but the best part to me is the history lessons throughout the game,I liked that and think it would be great for youth to play and get a little "teach" while having fun!! The bottom line: An interesting concept with a lot of potential, most of which, unfortunately, was not met. When I played it,it was sort of short,but it was a captivating subject I'll be buying it asap. Date published: The map only worked in real time but your hint button got you to where you needed to be. I had to stop the game cause I couldn't get to the next level without a little help. When it rained, it really sounded like it was raining outside your own window. Really glad I read further positive reviews and did not let the erroneous ones dictate my choice in trying out the game. I highly recommend this game. I love the storyline anything to do with the Kennedys I'm hooked. And that's mostly when this story takes place so a lot of the locations, decor and memorabilia seem authentic.

This game had some fantastic sound effects. I'll be buying it asap. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by isn from Best ever I love this game. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Lazeedragon from I Liked this Game i thought the game was nice and different despite what i read in the other reviews I really liked the map feature. The game developers did not seem to make an effort toward historical accuracy, and I found the story line itself somewhat boring. The only negative I have with the game is that it was way too short. I don't like spending a lot of time walking around to get from one scene to another when I know where I need to go. Although this was an adventure game, the HO scenes looked like old-time HO. Without spoiling the game. I totally recommend this game! While in dream mode the map was of no use, but the hint button was useful in those situations. The hint system will also direct you to the location you need to be. Your involved, with "the man himself", in a twist of fate and history. First off the graphics are clear and colorful.

4 thoughts on “Lost Secrets: November 1963

  1. The graphics are clear, it's challenging but the hint button is awesome at revealing the next step. As well, the story was a good length to my thinking because I'm not fond of the horrendously intricate games that go on and on and on on on ononon HOS are somewhat easy,mini games were a bit more challenging than the HOS,but not much,hint is very helpful,interactive map is good,except when in a "dream sequence",then it is useless,but you dont have far to travel in the "dreams" so it was OK,voices were not to bad,but the best part to me is the history lessons throughout the game,I liked that and think it would be great for youth to play and get a little "teach" while having fun!!

  2. The puzzles are fun and the storyline is gripping. That said, however, there were some good things as well. It was quite short but I enjoyed it. If the developers cut down on 'story' and let you get down to playing the game it could be worth it; deleted after 15 minutes.

  3. Really glad I read further positive reviews and did not let the erroneous ones dictate my choice in trying out the game. You have hints but hints can go but so far. I was 19 when Kennedy was shot, and I had just seen him in person a few months before when he visited by home town, so I remember the assassination very well. It's fun, it's historical, whether it's accurate or not means absolutely nothing, it's entertaining and based only on the trial version I'm buying.

  4. When I played it,it was sort of short,but it was a captivating subject There were two stages, real and dreamlike. The puzzles were not too hard and the hidden object scenes were just about right as far as difficulty.

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