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Left in the Dark: No One on Board

by G5 Entertainment AB

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Product Features

  • 68 engaging and captivating levels
  • 14 uniquely enticing mini-games
  • 13 inspiring achievements
  • Seven enigmatic characters
  • Gripping storyline and unparalleled hand-drawn art
  • Amazon GameCircle support

Product Description

Solve the spooky mystery of a ship that was long thought to be lost at sea!
Put on your private investigator hat in this hidden object puzzle adventure set in a beautiful yet grim environment. The mayor of Port Providence has written you about a ship that vanished at sea years ago only to reappear recently with no sign of the crew or cargo. Upon taking the case and arriving in town, discover a weird place that has been beset by a curse and is haunted by the memory of a terrible fire.
While paranormal explanations are suggested by the local press, you suspect a much more banal culprit and set out to unearth the dirty secrets at the bottom of the so-called curse. Determine what connects the ship’s disappearance with Devil’s Island and a family’s unsolved murder. But can you find the allies you need to reveal the hidden motives of Port Providence’s residents?

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*Game available in: English, Chinese, Traditional Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish

- 68 engaging and captivating levels
- 14 uniquely enticing mini-games
- 13 inspiring achievements
- Seven enigmatic characters
- Gripping storyline and unparalleled hand-drawn art
- Amazon GameCircle support

Technical Details

Size: 446.2MB
Version: 1.0
Developed By: G5 Entertainment AB ( Privacy Policy Click to see complete result in a new window )
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Minimum Operating System: Android 2.3
Approximate Download Time: More than 5 minutes

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By V. DeLapp TOP 1000 REVIEWER on July 18, 2014
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G5 seems to be hit or miss when it comes to point and click games. This one falls somewhere in the middle. It's not spectacular, but is an entertaining, well done game. I must admit that I was hoping for a little more originality since the game was developed by Artifex Mundi. This is a mystery/ghost story which takes place on a ship, but almost seems like the developers took their leftovers from "Nightmares From The Deep" and "Enigmatis", pasted them together, and made this game. Not to say that is a bad thing, because both those games were spectacular, but I did feel a litle deja vu in certain places.

The graphics weren't as detailed as I have seen, and became fuzzy if you zoom the screen. The hidden object searches were more detailed and very well done. I had no problems picking up and using inventory items, and there was no lag time or loading screens between scenes. The game flowed very easily and intuitively with not too much back and forth. There is an interactive map which fast travels you to any location, a journal, and a quick charging hint button, although I didn't use many hints. I found the game relatively easy and not much of a challenge, which might be a good choice for those who don't want a complicated game. The voice overs were a little hokey, and you may recognize the main character's voice as the same woman from both "Nightmares" games. (Good grief, this woman seems to have horrible luck when it comes to ships...)

I had no glitches playing on kindle fire HDX 8.9. The full game unlock is $2.99 (may have gone up to $4.99 by now), however, it is a short game and I finished in one sitting. There is no bonus game. Some parts were better than others, and the game does get more exciting as you progress. It is certainly worth trying the free part and seeing if it appeals to you.
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This is only borderline four stars. The point-and-click part is pretty easy, especially when you use the map to navigate. I never had to use a hint, but in effect the map is a hint system in itself, if you're playing on the first or second level of difficulty. That said, I like the map. What I would like even better is a customized difficulty level. I don't like sparkles giving away all the active areas. I do like knowing where the hidden object areas are. And I really don't like mis-tap penalties on hidden object scenes. I played on the middle difficulty level here, which advertised a slight mis-tap penalty. I thought the penalty was among the more intrusive ones.

And, speaking of hidden object scenes, they were really back-loaded in this game. During the endgame it seemed to be hidden objects all the time. I've noticed this trend in games and I don't like it. There won't be many hidden object scenes in the free trial part, but after you buy it, they're much more numerous. You'd almost think they know some of us don't like them and might not buy if there are too many in the trial!

I played on a second generation Kindle Fire without any glitches. The inventory was labeled and there were no touch-response problems. I like it when just a tap is enough and inventory doesn't have to be dragged. The mini-puzzles were few in number and pretty easy. The story line was fine, but the game was short with no bonus level.
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Often games fall short for me due to storyline, I want there to be a reason for the play process. I guess I am too much a reader to be satisfied with doing fussy bits with no plotline moving me along, LOL. Left in the Dark satisfied that desire nicely.

Nice characterization, lovely voice acting, graphics with a streampunk motif, a "lady" detective. All things to satisfy a woman wanting to play a game. (I get very tired of games that assume all game players are male)

My criticisms are far and few. The biggest has to do with being unfriendly to older eyes and reflexes. Some of the hidden object items could not be seen via the Kindle Fire HD screen, I had to have the hints show me what to tap as I literally could not see anything there. At 53, near sighted, with my glasses on I was not thrilled with the eye strain headaches I got from some HO images.

I know that my physical reality adds challenges to my game play, a simple fact of life. Offering a greater variety of accessibility settings is a dream I seek. I prefer strategy play over time challenges or sensitive motor control. Arthritis means my hands don't work as deftly as they once did. I know that most games are created with younger folks in mind, BUT... I tend to have both more discretionary income than a kid and a greater interest in intellectual stimulation. There are a lot of "baby boomers" in the same boat and we are a market share worthy of support.

That said I had fun with this game. I spent hours playing. Grin. And that is the bang I want from my gaming dollars. Good job, I am looking forward to seeing more from your crew..
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I loved the game. It wasn't too hard. I think my mother who is almost 84 years old can play it. I just wish it was longer. I am having a hard time getting new decent games. Hopefully some more will come out soon. Played most of the games like this that are out there.
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