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The Lost Cases of 221B Baker St.

Help Sherlock solve new mysteries! in addicting The Lost Cases of 221B Baker St. Game

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System Requirements

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 7.0

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The Lost Cases of 221B Baker St. Game Description

Return to 221 Baker St. and help Sherlock Holmes solve brand new cases! Take on the new mysteries and explore beautiful Victorian London! Interact with Watson, Mycroft, Inspector Lestrade, and tons of other characters. Use your Hidden Object skills to take on the world's toughest cases and catch clever crooks. Take on tough puzzles and find valuable clues as you solve The Lost Cases of 221 B Baker St.!

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The Lost Cases of 221B Baker St. Game Customer Reviews

FINALLY!! I played the beta version of this last year and have been impatiently waiting ever since. I am a Holmes addict - love The Canon, of course, plus all the pastiches that have been written over the decades - so when the first "Lost Cases" came out, I immediately tried it and liked it much better than the other Holmes games I'd (tried to) play. As I've said here before, I'm not a fan of adventure games, so the straight HOG game play was just what I liked best. From the beta, I knew that Number 2 was the same as its predecessor, which was just fine with me. I play for relaxation, not to "get my socks knocked off" so this is my preferred version of the Holmes genre. They didn't mess with success in this second iteration - great graphics, true to the Victorian milieu, and Holmes solving the mystery and making us all feel unobservant, just like in the books. Thanks, Legacy, for finally releasing it (only 4 months after you said you would).

- by Sierraspun

Played the demo and this is certainly worth the inconvenience of a slow download. (It took an hour-and-a-half to complete.) The download time is a problem with the distributor's site; not the game, however. The game has gorgeous graphics, lovely music, intelligent dialogue (even options for "full" or "minimal" dialogue), good hint system, and all the sense of adventure and excitement you would expect if you were accompanying Holmes and Watson on their crime-solving escapades. The only less-than-perfect spot I found was vague instructions on a couple of mini-games; but there is a "skip" option that incurs no penalty (at least in the untimed version). You have an option to play a "Timed" or "Untimed" game; and there are plenty of cases to solve, so there will be good playing time. Hooray for the game, "booooo" for the site.

- by thistle809