Sinister City
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  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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Sinister City 

Play Sinister City Deluxe and make sure two loved ones can be together again! John's bride Nina went missing and it seems like somebody's kidnapped her and brought her to Sinister City, a town inhabited by vampires. Has she been taken by Count Orlok, the most terrible vampire in the city? Find out as soon as possible, and help John on his search in Sinister City Deluxe!

  • find and save John's bride Nina and reunite these two loved ones
  • choose between two different game modes and explore over 50 thrilling scenes
  • solve many hidden object challenges and exciting puzzles and mini-games
  • enjoy an intriguing storyline, full 3D characters, and creepy locations
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Reviews of Sinister City
 | Added on: July 6, 2014
 
When I first looked at this I was prepared for a scare because I love Vampire games!! This was very juvenile. The vamps couldn't scare a toad. So disappointing...
 | Added on: January 27, 2014
 
The game is really short. I finished in 2 hours. Lots of clicking as it's more a hidden objects game than adventure. I'm disappointed.
 | Added on: January 22, 2014
 
I don't know why Gamehouse is labeling this as an adventure game; it is nearly all hidden object. The few puzzles it has are so simple they're annoying. The story is very tongue-in-cheek & would be cute if the graphics weren't so incredibly awful. The dialogue is mediocre & the missions are dumb - & I'm taking into account that they weren't trying to be serious! This game is just a complete disaster all the way around.
 | Added on: January 23, 2014
 
This is the second time Gamehouse has released this game, and it didn't get any better. The graphics are mediocre, and the voice overs are poor. I don't get the designation as an adventure game as the game fed you so much information all the way through, and the cursor turned red every time there was an item that could be taken. This game could have been funny, and I'm sure it was meant to be tongue-in-cheek, but the dialogue was so bad it wasn't funny. This is a very short game (under two hours), at least in casual mode. The hint button is very slow to recharge, but you shouldn't have to use it too often. Tweens might enjoy it, but I doubt if many adults will.
 | Added on: January 27, 2014
 
NOT ENOUGH ADVENTURE, WAY TOO MUCH HIDDEN OBJECTS. SAPPY LINES ETC.
 | Added on: February 10, 2014
 
I was disappointed in this game. my finger started to hurt from the amount of clicking required. I had no idea where to go or what to do next. there was no highlighting of interactive areas or any idea of where "items-to-be-picked-up" were. the search arrow NEVER changed. the makers need to improve the "navigation" portion of the game. the story, map and scenes were good, but it was too much trouble to navigate thru the game.
 | Added on: January 22, 2014
 
I've never played "Adventure" games so I thought I'd try this one. Had some HO scenes with some very dark areas and I had to click around to find objects because I sure couldn't see them. There was a map but the hint clues were deceptive, they showed you the area to look, but not the scene where the area was in???? I really wanted to complete this game because its so different but I'm not sure I have the patience.
 | Added on: January 22, 2014
 
Excellent graphics, pleasant background music, non-offensive voice overs, great balance of challenges, HO scenes and puzzles. This is definitely an adventure game and the HO scenes follow suit with the adventure challenge of locating the objects and I am playing casual mode. I did figure out that the curser is red tinted when you are at a location spot for searching or an item in a scene will move on click to reveal a needed object. The puzzles so far are typical but with new challenges. The hint button works wonderful but does take a bit of time to recharge. Take the lag time to go to a different area to try to find items you may have missed. There is a map but it is not quite used like a HO game, I don't think. I did complete everything in the hotel and was allowed to leave. I opened the map, clicked on the castle and arrived outside of it. I have figured out the this & that to do in the area and am now working with the crane to get over the moat. This is the absolute best adventure game I have played thus far and would recommend giving it a try. I am sure there are walkthroughs available. I am quite elated that this game is intuitive enough and provides the hint system that has worked perfectly to not steer me to resorting to a walkthrough just yet. Thank you developers and design team.
 | Added on: January 24, 2014
 
Once you get the hang of it,( and I must say it is all in the cursor) you will have fun . I enjoyed it.
 | Added on: January 23, 2014
 
I actually started this game once before (somewhere else), but then I gave up, because I had too much trouble finding things. This time I played on casual and it was still quite a bit of pixel hunting, but the game gets easier when playing (maybe it is just that you get used to the somewhat odd way of playing). I almost quit this game again after half an hour, but it had its funny moments, so I finished it. I find myself having trouble reviewing this game, since it is very weird. It is mostly an easy adventure game from a third person perspective (which I like) with hidden object elements, it does say which items you have to look for, but they can be in multiple scenes, it also has some more classic hidden object scenes. It has some puzzles, but not enough for my taste, and I totally missed the inventory based puzzles real adventure games usually have (I think there were just two of them). I did enjoy myself for the few hours it took, but would not play again.
 | Added on: January 22, 2014
 
The game starts off alright, and I am pretty easy to please, but the major problem is consistency. I am an adventure gamer from the original "type in the correct action to make something happen" so I played some of the first point and click style adventures when they changed the format. Sadly this one lacks consistency and there isn't a logical path to follow, except maybe the crane scene. The hidden objects from lists were easily found, but the items "assigned" to locate by a character in the game were so randomly placed they could be anywhere and I found myself clicking everything as it was never really clear where something could be if there wasn't a list. The mini games were unique, and a few a little challenging so I enjoyed those. There were two of them though that I really wished for a restart button, but nope. Hint system ok, map once found. Graphics ok but a little choppy, and occasionally too dark. Music and voice acting ok, though Ipkis was a little like fingernails on a chalkboard and I just wanted him to quit talking. I like when there are humorous aspects to a game and this one has them so I will give an A for effort.
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