Join General Alexander, loyal follower of Abe Lincoln, for a Civil War reenactment. Search original battlefields for clues and letters left by members of a secret society. These individuals hid millions of dollars in gold, cash, and coin. Scour 18 hidden object levels while advancing through time from the Battle of Fort Sumter (1861) to Lee.
Historical hidden object game
Civil War battle locations
Personal stories from soldiers
A trav?s del juego se encuentran las cartas que deben ser decodificado con el fin de averiguar m?s historia de fondo sobre tres personajes del juego. Las porciones de objetos ocultos del juego se sienten muy desconectado de la narrativa con la que tener que encontrar objetos al azar que ni siquiera pertenecen en el entorno como un pulpo, pretzel, pastel, o un cortador de pizza. Se empieza cada uno de los cinco a?os del juego con tres pistas y puede conseguir m?s jugando un mini juego, los consejos que encuentres objetos, que puede ser ?til ya que algunos son muy dif?ciles de detectar debido al peque?o tama?o o de la mezcla con el juego de vez entornos de apariencia opaca.
Hidden Mysteries Civil War is a hidden object and puzzle game that was originally released for the iOS in 2008. The game stays partially true to history giving you some details about the setting and the historic battles of the Civil War that appear in the game, however the story follows three different fictional generals so the information is not completely accurate as things have to be changed to allow for their existence. Throughout the game you will find letters that need to be decoded in order to find out more backstory about the game's three characters. The hidden object portions of the game feel very disconnected from the narrative with you having to find random objects that don't even belong in the setting such as an octopus, pretzel, cake, or a pizza cutter. You start each of the game's five years with three hints and can get more by playing a mini game, the hints help you find objects, which can be useful as some are very hard to spot due to small size or blending in with the game's rather dull looking environments. The game should last you under two hours. Apart from some historical details that you can easily find in other places, and without your made up general's actions being involved, and some letters giving backstory the game just isn't very interesting and isn't a good use of the genre.
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