The Lost Cases Of Sherlock Holmes 2 Released
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Macgamestore.com today announced the exclusive release of The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes 2 for the Macintosh on its web site. Developed and published by Legacy Interactive, the game is 2nd game in the popular casual detective game series.
Return to 221 Baker St. and play as the famous Sherlock Holmes to solve 16 mysterious crimes in Victorian England. Dust off your magnifying glass and use your astute observational skills to gather evidence in 60 brilliantly rendered locations around Victorian England including Stonehenge, Marlsbury Castle, London's Music Hall and more! Unlock vital clues by playing over 50 mind-bending puzzles and mini-games in each case, including anagrams, cryptograms, and more. Featuring over 40 levels of hidden object and find the difference gameplay with more than 100 lively characters, including Watson, Mycroft, and Inspector Lestrade. Each clue leads you closer to catching the culprit!The Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes 2 is available from Macgamestore.com web site for $19.95 (USD). A free 60 minute trial version is available for download through the company's web site.
The Lost Cases Of Sherlock Holmes 2
- Play along with the always popular Sherlock Holmes and Watson as you solve 16 new cases
- Explore more than 40 beautiful locations around Victorian London and meet 100+ fascinating characters as you track down evidence and suspects
- Scour scenes for clues using hidden object style gameplay, then play more than 50 unique mini games
- This game is licensed by the Estate of Dame Jean Conan Doyle
The Lost of Sherlock Holmes 2 requires an Intel-based Macintosh computer with Mac OS X 10.5 or later, 512 MB RAM, and a Radeon 9000 or better video card.
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