Master Thief - Skyscraper Sting
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 2000 / Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 900 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Master Thief - Skyscraper Sting 

Find the evidence to convict a criminal in Master Thief - Skyscraper Sting Deluxe, an exhilarating caper that gives payback a new name. Master criminal Samuel Hawthorne is about to escape justice, but one woman from his past is determined to make him pay for his crimes. With only one night to uncover his secrets however, she will have to use every trick in the book to stop him!

  • bring a crime boss to justice in this high-tech hidden object heist
  • become the Master Thief and use your skills to unlock the skyscraper's secrets
  • crack safes, hack computers, and evade security to reach the penthouse suite
  • collect keys and use them to unlock bonus content, including Wallpapers
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Reviews of Master Thief - Skyscraper Sting
 | Added on: December 20, 2010
I mostly play TM games, but wanted to do something different. I like that you have endless "clues" to help you find objects, but serious HO players would likely disagree. I also like it that the items are all pretty much findable - which isn't always the case with HO games - sometimes it seems impossible! You do re-visit the same rooms over and over. The extra games are pretty mindless. But I think the negatives are what makes this game good for even the younger players.
 | Added on: December 9, 2010
The graphic were really pretty, and the music made it even better. the game play did get a little repetitive. but the storyline was good. the "Comic-style" cutscenes were a plus for me, personally. i didnt recieve on what i had to do after collecting enough keys, it was unclear to me what i had to do after i unlock a bonus
 | Added on: October 8, 2012
I really enjoyed playing this game. The background in each scene was amazing to me, which no other hidden object has ever used. The helicopter in the background, the street with cars moving down below was interesting also. I wish most of the hidden object would include background movements. I have to admit that the game was a little long and I was beginning to get bored. For me having the arrows to show where to get the additional items with the bubbles was very helpful to me considering I don't play games with ho and inventory very well. I can play games like this one alot, because it does show you where everything goes. I would recommend this game as a starter for those who are not into inventory and other ho that require you to do.
 | Added on: December 6, 2010
My biggest objection to this game, other than its repetitiveness, is the dreadful music, which sounds like a 15-year-old's attempt at jazz. It's the first time at GH that I've had to hit the mute button.
 | Added on: December 8, 2010
This game was beyond description. I consider it kid friendly, but I am sure many of them would become bored to tears, as I did. Unless I happen to have technical problems. I will play a HO game through to the end. Not this time! Some people get Road Rage. I got HO Rage! There was no substance to the game to hold your interest. I think even a Newbie would ask themselves, "What is so great about HO games?" I did enjoy some of the musical background. It was not nearly as repetitive as the game.
 | Added on: December 16, 2010
If you love action you love this game. The game is a safe to live your fantasy to become a master thief.
 | Added on: April 28, 2011
There is not much story and you keep playing the same scenes over and over. Also, many items you found were never used again in connection with the very limited story line. Whenever you opened the safe and found new evidence, you never knew what it was you found. It just disappeared. At least, the HINT button recharged really fast!!
 | Added on: December 16, 2010
What an enjoyable game that can be played by all age groups. Well thought out
 | Added on: December 6, 2010
I agreed with those reviewers who thought this game was just another HO. If you enjoy repetitive tasks and endless loops - go for it.
 | Added on: March 21, 2011
I liked this game. Tons and tons of HO to find. You had an opportunity at each level to find three hidden keys to earn bonus HO game as well. You had to determine who your suspect was and what weapon was used on the victim (sort of a mini "Clue" game). Not over difficult to where your frustrated and a little easier than some but because there were so many HO's, I thought it was fun.
 | Added on: December 9, 2010
 | Added on: December 9, 2010
If you're an experienced HO gamer DO NOT download this game unless you want something mindless to work through. You play a character named Robin Fleet who's looking for revenge on a partner who betrayed her. You keep going back to room after room trying to get evidence that will send this former partner to jail - and when I say you KEEP going back to room after room I mean it. You also have an additional challenge in finding 3 keys in every room which are supposed to open bonus options at the end of the game. Note to developers: just EXACTLY what is it that these keys buy you at the end of the game. Whatever it is, it's not very intuitive. The game is kid friendly but I'd be willing to bet that they'd get bored with this after a short period of time. I might also add that the music ending up giving me a headache and I finally turned down the volume. If you're new to hidden object games this may be the one for you.
 | Added on: December 2, 2010
This game has everything I like in a game. The HOs can be a challenge but there are plenty of hints. You have to interact 2 objects in each scene to find a HO. You have to find 3 keys in each scene. The music is good, graphics are very good and this is a fun game. If you are looking for something hard where you have to search from scene to scene ths will probably be too easy for you.
 | Added on: December 2, 2010
Oh boy! Yet another game I was so looking forward to playing but once it got here nearly put me to sleep I tell ya! The graphics are pretty good so I'll give it that much and a star for that. For starters getting close to 300 game reviews here and this is the first game I've ever came across where the music to it just downright ANNOYED me so that had to be cut off immediately. I just could not cope with the music to this game AT ALL. I think I must of played this for an hour. A half hour last night and I thought just like with some other games that maybe if I come back to it, it just might get better so I played it for about a half hour this evening and well I was bored to death. I had to actually have the coffee and cigarettes nearby as I caught myself napping a couple of times during this game to try and stay awake and give the game a chance. All I found myself doing was going from one hidden object scene to the next which was very easy as I didn't even need to use a hint but found myself using the hint just to try to move the game along. The hint also charges up quick like within about 10 seconds. You find 3 keys in each scene which unlocks bonus stuff which just looks like yet more hidden object scenes which just might get more exciting but I just couldn't cope with this any longer to find out. Oh and the mini games I guess you'd call them to do the safe crackin' and computer hackin' well what I played of this all it is either collapse or matching stamps up. You can also skip these and seems to be available right away however I didn't skip any. Absolutely no character interaction what I played of this. Just text on the screen. What a snoozer of a game. I thought for sure this was going to be more like that vault cracker game which was very good and well done in my opinion. Some character interaction and variety in that game but not this one. So just give this a whirl and you just might enjoy it which I hope you do but as far as I'm concerned this game would cure insomnia.
 | Added on: January 20, 2011
I personally loved this game. I'm a HOG addict, and this is one game where I didn't have to click around in the dark or try to find itty bitty items. Great graphics....can't comment on the the audio, didn't have the sound on.
 | Added on: April 8, 2011
I liked this game. Nice, relaxing, most items easy to find. Fast hint reload. The "mini-games" weren't overly difficult, sometimes made me think to figure out what I needed to do. Liked the fact that it is a rather lengthy game for the price.
 | Added on: December 3, 2010
A repetitive HOG. Most of the objects are so easy to find, including the 3 keys. No challenge here really. Gets boring quickly. Could be a good beginners HOG, but for those of us who love HO, forget this one. The "extras" need a little more explanation. Collecting those keys should be worth more than what this game has.
 | Added on: January 4, 2011
This hidden object game just isn't challenging enough. The absence of a time limit on each scene and unlimited hints simply take away the challenge to the extent where it is a bit boring. I also don't understand the purpose of collecting the keys. The objects themselves are generally very easy to find. On the plus side, the graphics and scenes are great.
 | Added on: December 4, 2010
I really liked this game, although it was repitative it was fun and very easy to navigate. The hints came back in less than 10 seconds which is great, it is horrible when you are stuck and have to wait forever for a hint to recharge. Great game for HOG beginners and HOG enthusiasts like myself.
 | Added on: December 22, 2010
Great Game and easy to play, just challenging enough to be interesting.
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