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Death at Fairing Point - A Dana Knightstone Novel Deluxe

Release date: 9 September 2015

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Play Death at Fairing Point - A Dana Knightstone Novel Deluxe and solve a 19th century murder! Talented novel writer Dana ends up in an adventurous story herself. Haunted by the ghost of a working-class painter, she's compelled to unravel the mystery of his death. Would his silent love have anything to do with it? Close this cold case in Death at Fairing Point - A Dana Knightstone Novel Deluxe!

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Death at Fairing Point - A Dana Knightstone Novel Deluxe features

  • search a hotel, once a mansion owned by a man of wealth, for interactive hidden objects
  • immerse yourself in a century old forbidden love story
  • follow David's ghost and shed light on a rich history of plots and betrayal
  • enjoy daunting gameplay, gorgeous graphics and daring mini-games

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| Age: 70 | Added on 18-09-2015
 
very good game story good
 
| Age: 57 | Added on 17-09-2015
 
Story and artwork quite nice. Minigames ok. But the game feels old and dated, especially as it just doesn't function that well. The right action doesn't always work, which is frustrating. You end up clicking away, getting punished for it, and feeling increasingly irritated. The Strategy Guide is unreadable.
 
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