The Tudors
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  • Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows 8
  • 800 MHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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The Tudors 

Travel Europe as King Henry’s spy in The Tudors, a captivating hidden object hunt based on the hit Showtime series!

Political intrigue spans national borders in this historical era. When King Henry VIII asks you to be his eyes and ears, you are drawn into a world of deception and murder through medieval Europe. As you assume the role of the spy, you will find that even the simplest objects can hold vital clues.

Travel through extravagant castles, old ships, and even the Vatican to uncover conspiracies, assassination attempts and other threats against England and her King. Search lavish environments, meet intriguing characters and solve mesmerizing puzzles. Pick locks to gain access to restricted areas, discover forged letters by comparing handwriting, and combine key items to make to save friends or subvert enemies. Become the eyes and ears of King Henry VIII!

Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of The Tudors today and experience all of the drama and pageantry of the hit television show!

  • Immerse yourself in the pageantry of the hit television show
  • Become King Henry VIII's chosen spy across medieval Europe
  • Uncover deception, political intrigue and murder in this exquisite era
  • Search lavish environments and meet intriguing characters
  • Solve mesmerizing puzzles to protect England and her King
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Reviews of The Tudors
 | Added on: November 23, 2009
 
I usually play hidden object games through to complete the game, but not with intent of purchase. However, this is one that I may purchase. I love the story as you move through each chapter (level). I also get bored with these games when you go back and forth using the same screens. However the unique feature of having to find your own way to the different screens contributed to the game holding my interest. This is a game I would enjoy repalying.
 | Added on: May 3, 2011
 
The only thing I love in this game is the plot. It is interesting and full of surprises and twists. However, the HO scenes are really disappointing, funny that it's a HOG. The graphics is blurry, objects are tiny, and some are nearly impossible to find without using hints (e.g. hiding a black game piece in a black background). Ugh, I'm a human, not a hawk. The mini-games are mainly picking locks, mixing potions, and relating characters by their relationships. I like the first two, pretty thinky, but the last one is not very interesting to me. I did one of it and skipped the rest. Seeing the amazing main-menu picture, I expected more from this game. Too bad it didn't meet my expectation. The only thing that made me finish the game was the ending, I just wanted to see it through. If you like interesting history plot and don't mind straining your eyes for tiny objects in blurry/dark scenes, then give it a try. Otherwise, just pass it.
 | Added on: December 21, 2009
 
This game makes you think. It makes you join multiple items in order to use certain items, no clues are given so you may have to use the hint button a little more. It is fun, relaxing and challenging.
 | Added on: November 16, 2009
 
I've never seen the TUDORS but that didn't deter me from trying this game. The graphics are excellent and some objects quite difficult to find. I found myself using more clues than I normally do in other HOGs, but did so not only because of the difficulty, but also because I was eager to view to the next location. Although I skipped throught it, if you're a fan of the show you'll probably enjoy storyline.
 | Added on: October 28, 2011
 
Long storyline, original, twisting, Different outcome than I thought. Great morals.
 | Added on: August 10, 2010
 
The whole idea of the game is great, especially if you are a Tudors fan, but the gameplay is horrid. Tiny little objects in dark, dark areas! The storyline doesn't make much sense and characters pop up at the oddest times in the oddest places. I don't like a game to lead me around by the nose, but this one can leave you completely baffled about what to do next. Even the hints are murky, so, play if you have lots of time and really good eyes. One plus- you can play without a timer.
 | Added on: January 25, 2010
 
An intriguing game that I first thought wasn't going to be much, but I am pleasantly surprised. Great storyline, graphics, and music. A little talky sometimes, but loved the scenery and the intrigue that surrounded our heroine. Objects were sometimes hidden in darker spots and difficult to find, but I couldn't wait to get to the next location to see what was next. I stayed up way too late as I couldn't seem to pull myself away from the screen to see what happened next. I may have to buy the DVD now, just to see the hot young King Henry!
 | Added on: August 11, 2010
 
I wanted to love this game, because I love the whole time period, but it was hard to warm up to this game. The plot is interesting, but the scenes are consistently blurry, as if someone thought running photographed scenes through Photoshop filters would make them look like art. The end result is that the Hidden Object parts are miserable to work through. Other scenes where you need to find the differences are equally frustrating, but the very worst (for completely different reasons) are the minigames where you have to plot all the players on a chart detailing their liaisons, based on what you can remember from the story. I will say that if you are an adult who finds most HO games to be too easy, and you love historical intrigue, and you like a complex and interesting plot, you will probably like this. I played a lot longer than I thought I would just for the story, but finally, the visuals kept me from wanting to finish.
 | Added on: December 9, 2009
 
I thought the story line was dull - and there was too much of it. More puzzles - less fluff and it would have been a better game.
 | Added on: November 4, 2009
 
This game is amazing. I hesitated downloading it but thought I would give it a try and once I got started I literally had to make myself stop. The storyline is nice and a bit unique. Of course you have objects to find that go with other items to further yourself in the game, The graphics are great and objects are not too hard to find but just in case if you choose to play in the relaxing casual mode hints and time is unlimited. The mini-games are great...Not too easy and not hard at all. This game seems to have great replay value also. Great game to purchase too.. Thanks....AGAIN... Gamehouse for bringing another great game to your site
 | Added on: August 9, 2010
 
the game is difficult, the items to place are not named, you spend so much time just doing the same thing over and over again. I would not recommend this game, it is not worth buying
 | Added on: May 28, 2010
 
A bit chatty at times, but a nice game ... I don't watch the show, but story was interesting. Search rooms, find objects/combine objects and complete puzzle, while helping Elena find things that would be of interest to the king. Choice of either normal play and collect points or relaxed-mode with no-timers. Great the hints refill quickly: some objects are too small, not well-formed or hidden in darkened area. Reading what is said can help you to figure out what to do next - another form of a hint. Overall, this game would not be for children. While some items in a scene look 'pasted', the goals and story kept you wondering what happens next.
 | Added on: December 28, 2009
 
Many objects are so tiny there is no way you could see them. The lighting in the rooms is dark, which makes it hard to see things hiding in shadows. There SO MUCH TALKING, so many things you have to skip through to click stuff, then the stuff is not that interesting. Not worth it.
 | Added on: May 17, 2011
 
I was so disappointed in this game. The search screens are dark, indistinct and grainy, so you can't find objects. One screen had you looking for sticks. How fun is that? There's way too much to read and the subject matter is twisted - Catholics vs the Church of England, and it goes back and forth. I quit because I just grew tired of it. Not a well-made game.
 | Added on: November 5, 2009
 
I only downloaded 60 minutes and it was too short. I really like chasing around for clues. Very good!
 | Added on: November 4, 2009
 
Well this is my favorite television show so of course I had to try the game and it was wonderful. Full of mystery, intrigue and the HOT king henry. It's a great game with great graphics and a great storyline and and the music that is in the show. Well worth the download. Loved every minute of it I played it straight through could'nt drag myself away. Great Job!!!!
 | Added on: February 25, 2013
 
Well I played this one a few years ago after I received it as a Christmas gift,I just replayed it and still love it now as much as then !!! Very family friendly,unlike the show,lol... It's just your basic all around nice HOG,good puzzles,if not easier than most and the HOSs are satisfying ... I have a personal love of all things history especially English Monarchy,so this game was right up my alley !!!! Give it a try its a nice few hours of play !!! HAPPY GAMING EVERYONE !!!
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