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The Secret Of Hildegards






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The Secret Of Hildegards





Abigail Hildegard, daughter of the leader of secret order, once she was told that her father disappeared.

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Abigail Hildegard, daughter of the leader of secret order, once she was told that her father disappeared.

She should go to the family estate, headquarters of the Order, to find out what happened. She finds the family butler there . He was lucky not to suffer in a raid on a house and told Abigail that a secret weapon is kept in the house. And with it help it will be able to rescue her father out of trouble.

One day, lady Hildegard got message from her father. Here is what he wrote:

“Abigail, if you're reading this, then my fears have been realized. Talbot, my brother and your uncle,has betrayed the family. He has succumbed to the Dark side and opened the Gates. Now all the evil that our family has damned to eternity in the name of God and the Crown over the centuries shall rise again. I implore you to be wise and take your rightful place as the head of the house of Hildegard. And remember that you are not alone. The time has come to wake Adalar from his dream.

Your loving father, Aaron Hildegard.”

What kind of weapon it is and how to find it you will know by passing game, "The Secret of Hildegards"

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Komar Games
Friday, April 1, 2011
English, French, German
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows Xp, Vista, Windows 7
  • Processor: 1.0 GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 240 MB available space
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Wasted potential

The Secrets of the Hildegards is a mediocre hidden object game with an interesting premise that ends rather prematurely. The premise shares various parallels to the manga/anime Hellsing but fails to capitalize on it's premise and ends rather prematurely. The labeling of certain objects is debatable at times and certain objects blend a little too well into the background. There are mini games after each hidden object scene and thankfully the skip button fills at a good pace so you can skip them within 90 seconds or so. The game is also rather short (2 hrs or less) which is to be expected for games in this category so I can't really recommend it unless it's on sale. Good art and premise but it ultimately doesn't deliver on it's potential.

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