Uncover the truth behind an ancient mystery in Angel Code, a thrilling adventure of danger, power, and love.
Mystery journalist Linda Hyde gets a call out of the blue summoning her to Italy. Apparently, she's inherited an old Roman villa from an anonymous benefactor. Too tantalizing to resist, she arrives only to realize that this place seems oddly familiar. Now, she's in the midst of uncovering a startling journey that links the past to the present.
Follow Linda on this intriguing journey that will ultimately have her on the trail of the ancient Knights Templar. Discover startling clues and valuable information as you search for hundreds of objects in detailed Roman scenes. Play challenging mini-games, solve devious puzzles, and encounter fascinating characters on your quest for the truth. Will you be able to track down their most treasured prize?
Find out when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Angel Code today!
Follow the trail of the Knights Templar in this Hidden Object adventure.
Discover startling clues and valuable information as you search through detailed scenes.
Play challenging mini-games and solve devious puzzles.
Couldn't finish this one. Can't see the HO objects, they seem to be mostly shadows, and there is nothing telling you where to go next. So frustrating. Looked like it was going to be an interesting story, but I'm too frustrated to finish it.
devi | Added on: November 9, 2012
Bad game, bad graphics, no direction. Hints recharged so slowly, you could take a nap. The constant "loading" was irritating. And if I read "This item looks interesting. I think I should keep it." one more time I think I would scream. Couldn't finish game, stuck at tombstone. Maybe that's a good thing.
Jazz | Added on: November 5, 2012
I really enjoyed playing the game up to the point when I could no longer progress. From information I found online, there should be some writing on the tombstone - unless it is not a legal version. I tried reloading the game but still had the same problem. Does anyone at Gamehouse try these games before they are made available to the public? (Tip: In the basement, the first time, find the hammer and break the glass blocks in the window.)
I should have taken the prior reviews to heart but I tried this game anyway. One of the worst I've ever played. Poor graphics, no direction and just plain no fun.
peanutoil | Added on: November 6, 2012
I liked this game except I can not finish it. I am stuck in the room with the headstone and the hint is not any help , i would really like to finish but can't
mavethrave | Added on: November 7, 2012
This game is very poorly designed. Little to no direction. Dark smudgy graphics make it impossible to see a lot of the hidden objects. Too bad since the storyline could have been a good one. The total lack of direction kills the game. Really, one of the worst I've ever played.
nvyank | Added on: November 16, 2012
Can't remember the last time I didn't finish a game. This was probably the worst I have ever played. Bad graphics, no direction, just click away until you find what you need. The HOs were way too dark. Not a lot of thought went into this.
DarkDragon | Added on: December 12, 2012
Graphics: acceptable Music: eh... honestly didn't pay attention to it, so must not be something special Story: well, somewhat interesting, but pretty jumpy, couldn't finish the game so no comment on the ending Game play: Like many people here, I find this game really frustrating. Cursor doesn't change to indicate interaction. Many places don't have descriptions when I click on them, even though I knew it is interact-able. Don't have a keep book to save information if I wish to review. Well, still, I lived through all that b/c I just want to finish the game. Then, there came the scene where after I used the bowl of blood, I couldn't proceed anymore. I searched internet and found out that this version of game is not the full version. Great job, Gamehouse! Conclusion: skip it
I really tried to get through this game, but finally threw in the towel about 2/3 in. If you can get past the beginning, the HO scenes do become easier to view, but it's impossible to navigate without constant hints. The storyline was interesting, and I really wanted to see the end, but after getting stuck in a room with no idea what I was supposed to do, I finally gave up. I really liked the concept, and love a challenge, but this was too annoying to deal with.
This game was a huge disappointment.You cannot see the images in the HO part of the game and there is no directions or indications as to what the game is about..you start the game out facing a house as in most games you approach the house only to find it locked (nothing new) so then you start clicking around everywhere as there are not any type of indication that as to what to do...I did manage to p/u an axe and break into the shed to struggle w/HO scene and back to the house where I clicked around until I p/u a rock and broke the window. Next you are in a very dusty room in an HO scene where you just cannot see/find anything.. Too stressful for me!!!
Like someone else stated, there is NO direction in this game. You have no clue where to go and then when you actually click on something you are stuck at that screen and have to use a hint to get out of it (i think... who knows what it is that I am clicking to get out of the screen, no tutorial or anything). If you are dead set on giving this one a try, definitely try it out for the free hour first. It is truly terrible. I am honestly shocked this is even a gamehouse game to be downloaded. Total waste of time.
awful game. the cursor does not change letting you know items you can pick up, or interact with. so i found myself clicking on everything in the scene on the off chance it would go into my inventory. the HO scenes were terrible. the graphics made it very difficult to see the items you were trying to find. i was frustrated from the moment i started playing this game.
Cat_In_RV | Added on: November 16, 2012
This game was extremely frustrating. There were no instruction, and for the first scene everything was couched in shadows and not very clear. If you muddled through, you then found out it was a dream, and from there the actual game began. Then the scenes lightened up and became more clear. But there was still no guidance, and it took forever for each scene to load. There was no flow to the game; it was awkward and disjointed, and there came a point where you could not proceed. I would actually liked to have finished it, even with the hassles, because I thought the story line wasn't bad, but no go. Don't waste your time.
While rather challenging at times, and sometimes frustrating, I found my way around in the game pretty well until I got to the infamous tombstone page. Checking in the forums and around the internet, I found that this is not the full version game I paid for, rather it is a demo copy. I expect Gamehouse to check their games out better than this!