Hidden Clues: New York

New York is in need for daring detectives! Gangs of New York are unleashing a wave of violence into all corners of the town, terrorizing its inhabitants. Their territorial disputes between Night Wolves, Wild Shamrock, Black Steel and Bloody Bones are increasing the body count and putting pressure onto the police department. With fear of retaliation no witness is willing to collaborate, forcing the detectives to focus on evidence analysis. In the meantime, a team of expert detectives arrive in NY to aid...

Rated 5 out of 5 by kateblue from bad music, bad graphics, great fun, buying now! Maybe this search would be difficult but we have a chance to work with the best NY detectives which means that it would be rather exciting as well. I'm a fan of this griddler detective game, but clearly they have made no attempt to improve on the graphics, or anything else for that matter. I have no idea what that is, and I couldn't guess from the finished puzzle. All those characteristics make this place rather attractive for the tourists and the natives as well. However, no matter whatever you call them, they are a fun variation of Sudoku. I've bought all of these. The storyline was good and it's the only game that I've ever played that I've used the advanced level and it made me feel so good. For example, "caucatian". However, I find the actual pictures created by solving the nonograms very nondescript. The graphics are not as good as they could be, but the game is fun. However, I'm not going to mislead anyone about what a good game this is. Each side of the grid will have numbers for each line of squares indicating the amount of squares which are to be filled in for that line of squares.


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Their responsibility is to take care of the peace and order in Chinatown. There are multiple-colored screens. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Yorrk from Best Griddler I just loved this game. All those characteristics make this place rather attractive for the tourists and the natives as Hidden Clues: New York. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lininindy Hdden great mosaic puzzles Nogs Gem Quest LOVE the colors, so easy on the eyes. There is autofill for squares not used. It is about a non-Chinese town in New York where the predominant population is Chinese or at least Asian. However, I'm Gods vs Humans going to mislead anyone about what a good game this is. Throne of Olympus is one of them. It would be nice if they added a few more colors Cluse: gave the puzzles some depth. For example, "caucatian". And kidnapping a police officer could mean even more. Maybe this search would be difficult but we have a chance to work with the best NY detectives which means that it would be rather exciting as well.

You know who the criminal is by connecting all the clues you received after each grid. Enjoy and have fun in playing Chinatown Mystery Game. If you don't mind confusing puzzle images, bad spelling and odd word choices, then this game might just be for you. I would like to see the colors become more vibrant, it would also be really nice if the pictures you create would make sense right away without having to read the description of the picture first. However, few days ago Janice has disappeared exactly in Chinatown. I love the pictures, original. However, I find the actual pictures created by solving the nonograms very nondescript. As you play you are timed and receive hints based on your time. It seems more forgiving than some with the starting over for mistakes. They're not that great, really, but they sure are fun. Date published: Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by funsize2 from Better than others I am a very experienced nonogram player. Most of the puzzles I solved had pictures which looked more like blobs than any actual item.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Dargonnoone from Best Griddler I just loved this Nw. I have as much fun trying to figure out what the nano is supposed to be as I have doing the nano. Enjoy and have fun in playing Chinatown Mystery Game. I've bought all of these. There is autofill for squares not used. Most of the puzzles I solved had pictures which looked more like blobs than any actual item. In unexpected and unintentional ways. The grid size varies between 10 x 10 to 20 x 20 grids - if this game is like previous ones. Virtual Families 2 is about a non-Chinese town in New York where the predominant population is Chinese or at least Asian. I like the "detective Nrw solving" scenario, so for that aspect I would like that to Hidden Clues: New York as is Clued: there's really nothing out there quite like it, enjoy! I never point out grammatical errors or typos or bad spelling.


However, when you're paying for something, you expect them to be able to spell things. I guess it's something Google Translate came up with. I have no idea what that is, and I couldn't guess from the finished puzzle. January 7, 1, Chinatown Mystery. Their responsibility is to take care of the peace and order in Chinatown. There is autofill for squares not used. It made me chuckle and added more fun to the game for me, especially since I'm caucasian, but that sort of thing would drive a grammarian nuts. Another issue is, what is this stuff? Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by kdeltakilo from The Dog is so Ugly it's Cute I like this game, and it is going into the buy list. As you play you are timed and receive hints based on your time. And I like that the numbers are big even though the graphics are not attractive at all, though I suppose they will get smaller as the grids get bigger. Lori and Earl, together with their team, are starting their search in this moment.

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10 thoughts on “Hidden Clues: New York

  1. I have no idea what that is, and I couldn't guess from the finished puzzle. However, I find the actual pictures created by solving the nonograms very nondescript. Spelling is one of them. As you play you are timed and receive hints based on your time.

  2. The Normal screen marks off the numbers individually while the Advanced screen marks off the numbers after a line is filled. I have no idea what that is, and I couldn't guess from the finished puzzle. The tutorial is very good. If you exceed the amount of errors allotted to you, you will need to restart the puzzle.

  3. This game gives you a clue to solving a crime, with the chase to catch the criminal at the end of the level. The puzzles in this game are a tad more difficult than those provided by some other developers. The grids are the same for both levels.

  4. I have as much fun trying to figure out what the nano is supposed to be as I have doing the nano. As you play you are timed and receive hints based on your time. The grids are the same for both levels. The puzzles in this game are a tad more difficult than those provided by some other developers.

  5. You begin with the ability to amass six errors and as you proceed, depending on your time, you will receive more free passes. Games like Fantasy Mosaics and Rainbow Mosaics are perfect examples of how a good series becomes a great series simply because they offer so many vibrant colors and the pictures are very recognizable, unlike the puzzles offered within Hidden Clues. I have no idea what that is, and I couldn't guess from the finished puzzle. The puzzles in this game are a tad more difficult than those provided by some other developers. I guess it's something Google Translate came up with.

  6. Other games give you awards. This place is known by the ethnic restaurants, the Chinese-themed shopping centers and the architectural style that represents the one from China. A gang war has erupted and you are helping them solve a series of crimes by playing a series of nonogram puzzles per crime.

  7. This place is known by the ethnic restaurants, the Chinese-themed shopping centers and the architectural style that represents the one from China. And I like that the numbers are big even though the graphics are not attractive at all, though I suppose they will get smaller as the grids get bigger. Rated 5 out of 5 by kateblue from bad music, bad graphics, great fun, buying now!

  8. However, no matter whatever you call them, they are a fun variation of Sudoku. I've bought all of these. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by kdeltakilo from The Dog is so Ugly it's Cute I like this game, and it is going into the buy list. However, few days ago Janice has disappeared exactly in Chinatown. Storyline is OK if that is what you are looking for.

  9. This game has a little more challenge than the others in this series. And I like that the numbers are big even though the graphics are not attractive at all, though I suppose they will get smaller as the grids get bigger. One revealed clue was "section signs". Not many games do anymore.

  10. It has a lot of flaws. The colours are just right for me and don't give me a headache and I can keep all the numbers in the right lines. Spelling is one of them. The Normal screen marks off the numbers individually while the Advanced screen marks off the numbers after a line is filled.

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