The city is ravaged and the citizens have been evacuated. As the investigator on the case, you much stop a crazed professor and rescue two missing children in Questrium – Sinister Trinity Platinum Edition, an eerie hidden object adventure.
When a meteorite lands in the outskirts of the city, Professor Gustav discovers a strange and powerful energy coming from it. Equally interested in this curious energy and the power it possesses, the banker finances Professor Gustav's experiments with an evil machine that causes the meteor's energy to spin out of control.
Not only is the city destroyed, but also the resident plants and animals are mutating. Things are getting stranger and scarier by the minute. Can you stop the madness?
Save the city, recue the children, and arrest the professor when you play the free trial version or download the full-version of Questrium – Sinister Trinity Platinum Edition today!
Only in the Platinum Edition can you enjoy bonus soundtracks, concept art, wallpapers, mini-games, and 1.5 hours of extra gameplay.
Upgrade your garden of exotic and powerful plants.
Collect achievements as you move through scenes and levels.
- Story line, although pretty standard (hero -- you -- must rescue the world from the mad scientist) is fun.
- Graphics are great. Very clear and well done
- Music is good
- Map and hint very helpful
- Voices done very well
- HOPS are somewhat cluttered, but fun
- Mini-games are quite challenging. Sometimes is was hard to figure out what to do.
- Overall a fun, challenging game -- except for one issue that the review gods deem inappropriate to let you know about. Game play is often -- um... thinking of an appropriate word that will get by the censors -- slowed by things like our cold weather in winter.
- Despite the overall entertainment value of the game, I DO NOT recommend this game unless it warms up.
Thank heavens for hints. But the hints tells you to do something and no way to do them
MJ1234 | Added on: February 28, 2014
The graphics were clear but the use of live people actually got quite funny the more the game progressed - just very cheesy. The HO scenes were clear and some were challenging. I'll admit I used the hint button a couple times. There were lots of puzzles - some were easy but a lot of them were quite difficult. Puzzles are never my strong area, though! :) The hint button was helpful, I thought. It didn't just point you in the right direction, it told you what you needed to do next. The map was great - I wouldn't have remembered where to go at times if I wasn't able to see the exclamation point on the map reminding me I had something to do in that area. Then you can just click on the area and you're there immediately. It was nice. Overall, an entertaining game - just don't have high expectations and expect some silly live acting and it will keep you entertained for a few hours.
this has been one of the best games I've played in a long time. however, I did find that I used the "map" feature a lot because, many times, I was not sure where to go next. I'm glad the game had the "map" function or it would have taken a long time to finish it. I want more game from this publisher!
32047500 | Added on: February 14, 2014
Graphics were cheesy but hilarious. Using real people was entertaining. Lots of different challenge tasks. Beaver cracked me up, had to go back & play with it before I fed it. Game was worth the download.
Bento | Added on: January 9, 2014
This is a bad game. Poorly rendered artwork, cheesy animation, bizarre characterizations, and inconsistent dialogue. I couldn't wait to uninstall this one and am very thankful I didn't buy it.
anneatplay | Added on: December 19, 2013
Unusual mix of live action (pretty badly done, though) and regular graphics. The mini puzzles were unusual and challenging. The map was essential for me. I didn't (and still don't) get if the dollar signs meant there was still money at a location which I never found, or if it was just a money location. Good length, involving, and smooth playing. HOS were crisp and interesting with various hidden and match-em items. Recommended.
I enjoyed this game tremendously. After reading some of the reviews I hesitated to play it but I'm sure glad I did. It was so much fun. It has a map in the form of a compass that will take you to wherever you need to go. It also lets you know if there is anything to do at a certain location. I am glad those were available because it sure made the game more fun. The game flows very smoothly and you have plenty to do. I would go into more specifics but I don't want to give too much away because I like to figure them out myself. If you get stuck it does have a hint button which will help you along the way. It's a long game which makes it well worth the money if you want to buy it. An excellent HOG/adventure game. Glad I played it. Thanks to UrseGames and GameHouse for another great game!
This game seemed strange to me. The story line was clear enough; a meteorite fell, and a local scientist was engaged to ensure the population was safe. But his experiments went awry creating carnivorous plants that destroyed the town and electrified an employee. As you are wandering through town you spot a couple of kids and feel it's your duty to rescue them. But the whole thing seems awkward. There are 15 exotic plant species to collect, but you don't know that until you happen to click on one. What you need to do next is not particularly obvious. The interactive map saves you here, because it not only allows you to move to any scene, but it also tells you where there are tasks needing to be finished. It also indicates in which scenes you have hidden money to collect. This money does not help you in the game, but it does allow you to buy items for your personal garden, shoulld you be so inclined. I really liked the HO scenes. The items to find were not all straight forward but required additional actions, which was fun. I usually like the mini games the best, but not here. I found the directions to be quite lacking and had to fool around in order to figure out how to do things. Several of the mini-games seemed to be less about a challenge and more about seemingly random clicking, which I don't like. I found myself wishing this game was over about two hours before it actually ended. Although all the elements of a good HO game were there, they didn't seem to fit together well. Others may like it more than I, but I wouldn't recommend spending any money on it.
HO scenes are the only thing good about this game because there is some interaction to find them all. Otherwise there are real characters in drawn scenes and I got halfway through and still don't know what the plot was. There was a "hint button" but it didn't help you find your way, just identified a problem to solve, that's all. Puzzles were okay, I skipped a few because I got tired to clicking. This could have been a great game if there had been some way to get more help in finding your way around.
It wasn't always clear what you were supposed to do next, but the hint button and map were very helpful. Story line was a bit odd, but no worse than many and it did have a definitive ending, unlike some games. No buggy or cludgy spots in the game or download.
redaf | Added on: November 20, 2013
As a detective you set out to solve a strange mystery in a town devastated by a meteorite and the misuse of a strange power it generates. The HO scenes are good with a mix of straight find an object or perform some action within the scene to locate it. There are 20 secrets to find as well that reward you with money to decorate a garden side scene. Also a side game to find plants that have been mutated by the meteorite. The characters are actors and though the professor was a little goofy I enjoyed their work in game and cutaway scenes. The storyline is good, mini games enjoyable. Hint system and interactive map are helpful. There is a bonus chapter to play as well. Definitely worth a look.
This game was not too boring but it was frustrating because the tasks were clear just all the stuff you had to complete and get to achieve the tasks wasn't always clear. To much running around without a clear view on what had to be done.
tamryn | Added on: November 30, 2013
Sinister but I still really enjoyed the game play. The compass on lower left side takes you to a map which was helpful. I usually wait awhile to replay games I liked but it bugged me I didn't find all the hidden $ so I'm at it again. Many are within the ho scenes which I missed 1st time around. There is lots to do and remember which is fun for me in a game. The Professor reminds me of someone I know - same mannerisms so I found myself grinning whenever he appeared. I feel the game was put together very well & envy that kind of talent.