Shades of Death: Royal Blood Free Full Version on Macbook
Shades of Death: Royal Blood is a quest for Mac OS by Vogat Interactive, published by Big Fish Games in 2011.
The heroine receives a letter from her sister about the sudden death of her father. She asks to come to the estate and help her deal with family matters. Upon arrival, an unusual gate and some gloomy atmosphere are striking. Right outside the gate, the girl is met by the ghost of the deceased and asks to tame some evil that has awakened here. From newspaper notes it becomes clear that a hundred years ago a monster lived in the castle, which was defeated with the help of a magic amulet, but the location of the artifact is unknown. However, the heroine knows where he is, and, judging by the notes written in blood, something that lives here wants to get him.
Suddenly it turns out that the sister has been kidnapped. Following her in an attempt to save her, it is revealed that she is already dead.
Shades of Death: Royal Blood is a dark hidden object puzzle game that takes place in three main locations: a castle, an abandoned village, and a cursed island.
To advance, you need to solve various riddles, find and interact with various objects. Given the mystical origins of many of them, the correct decision is often far from trivial. There are also plenty of types of riddles. Sometimes finding the right thing is difficult, given the gloom of the picture. Often the parts you are looking for are on different screens and require tools for their extraction. But if complications arise, you can use the hint, and if there is a delay in solving the next task, the game will helpfully offer to skip the stage. However, all help is allowed to be disabled at the start.
During the research, the player who clicked Download the game will visit two worlds - the living and the dead. Oddly enough, the other world in Shades of Death: Royal Blood on Mac OS looks brighter than the real one. The graphics are generally pleasant, the setting is pleasing to the eye. With the help turned off, you often have to carefully examine the environment, and the quest items do not stand out in any way against the general background.
The story is told in an interesting way, albeit sometimes full of clichés and platitudes. Video inserts pleasantly dilute the process, and the music adjusts to the right mood. In addition, a variety of notes, magazine pages and so on are scattered across the locations. When reading them, there is a chance to learn a lot of details from the past, and shed light on what is happening.
- Ported and tested on:
- Mac OS X 10.6.8
- Intel Core 2 Duo
- 4 GB RAM
- ATI Radeon 4670 HD
- Status: Verified
- Size: 0.28 GB
- Downloads: 238