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Crossroad Mysteries - The Broken Deal Deluxe

Release date: 18 September 2017

In Crossroad Mysteries - The Broken Deal Deluxe, a young woman is being haunted by nightmares. After determining that they must be being caused by her childhood, she decides to travel to a small town near an asylum, the first thing she remembers from her youth... Can you help her dig up her past and cope with what she's about to find out? Play Crossroad Mysteries - The Broken Deal Deluxe!

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Crossroad Mysteries - The Broken Deal Deluxe features

  • help a young woman find out what happened to her in her early childhood
  • go on an exciting search for answers through stunning locations
  • complete hidden object challenges and tons of mini-games
  • enjoy a storyline that will keep you on the edge of your seat

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| Age: 54 | Added on 29-10-2017
 
Overall not a very hard game to play although most of the mini games were hard there were some you could play for most people its hard without a guide but thats rising to the challenge also a die hard in playing these kind of games
 
| Age: 55 | Added on 25-09-2017
 
The mini games come with no instructions and it's a bit hit-and-miss whether you can be bothered working out what to do. The map lets you teleport but offers no hints as to where to go. Altogether a bit of a dog's dinner.
 
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