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Shutter Island

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A female criminal Mrs. Rachel Solando has ran away from the Ashecliffe Hospital. Play a role of investigator US Marshal Teddy Daniels and you can also take a help from Chuck Aule. Travel to the Shutter Island where the Ashecliffe Hospital is situated where you both can carry on your investigation to discover information about the place. Shutter Island is a hidden object game which is made from the popular movie that has same title. You will experience scary environment in game that makes the game entertaining. Search out the hidden items, solve challenging puzzles and investigate evidence from different and unbelievable places of hospital.


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Publisher:
Merscom
Developer:
Merscom
Genres:
Adventure
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Released:
Thursday, May 13, 2010
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Digital PC Download
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Minimum Requirements
  • Windows Vista/7
  • Processor: PIII 1.0 GHz
  • 512 MB RAM
  • Free hard drive space: 140 MB
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A great game ruined by a poor ending

erasion

As a Hidden Object adventure this offers all the key ingredients to be a classic: excellent graphics, intelligently hidden objects, great atmosphere, a good hints system and a nice involving plot. However, the ending of the game offers no resolution whatsoever - presumably to avoid giving away the twist to potential film-goers - so leaves the player feeling unfulfilled. The game until the "ending" would earn a 90 score, as it is the underwhelming feeling of completing the game drops it to a 50; I'll split the difference,

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