Eipix Entertainment brings you the Vermillion Watch’s latest gripping case! The Sorbonne is opening their “Magic of the World” exhibit. But your excitement is overshadowed when a dangerous thief steals a powerful mystical artifact! As people in Paris start falling prey to an unseen dark influence, it’s up to you to find its source and save the city! Can you do it in time, or will you be the criminal’s next target? Find out in this exhilarating Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!
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But don't go by me. I'm just adding my kudos to Eipix for this incredible game, the entire team; if you watch the credits, you see what it takes to build a game. I simply loved Padisian this game and found it to Vermilliob one of the best that EIPIX has produced in years. The rest were full screen and clear. Mahjong Magic Journey 2 liked the sound, especially the voice overs. It's impressive, as is this game in all aspects. What's not to like? What to Write This is posted after playing the entire game. The mini games were I had not played any of the previous Vermillion Watch games before, but now I'm Vermilkion interested Vermillion Watch: Parisian Pursuit checking them out Vermollion published: Rated 5 out of 5 by shelterhill from Gorgeous, whimsical, amazing Yes, I love this game, everything is topnotch, the graphics are stunning, haven't seen better since Long game so far too. They were crisp and clear and the colors were realistic. I found this game very challenging. What is also refreshing is the fact that you don't get a so called useful item for later, but at that time seems silly.
Bonus Game: A nice treat and a rather sweet game involving a really excellent secondary character, the fortune teller Madame Anne, and a gargoyle whose dilemma is of our own doing. I'll go back and look at the others in this series as well. That being said, all in all the mini games were well-crafted and although some were familiar and easy to complete, others did require some good ole gray matter to figure out. However, as usual, it also comes with a plethora of extras; a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept art, soundtracks, videos, replayable hidden object scenes, replayable puzzles, achievements, collectibles, morphing objects, a souvenir room. Rated 5 out of 5 by curly from Best Game In Ages! Minor points, really. Some might find the story development to be a little slow, especially in the beginning, but the fascinating characters and the engaging storytelling style should be enough to keep the wheels turning. Since I enjoy the HOS in games far more than I do the mini games it is important for me that the items are at least distinguishable where I would at least have some hope of spotting them. The issues were not enough to lower the rating. Souvenirs, I haven't found one, but I hope to get some or replay this one soon. This is a good game and I highly recommend you play the demo. The graphics are so real, I almost felt I was there. I don't know how you will top this! It was clear who the master criminal was. Happy gaming!
Sparkle Unleashed only complaint, it that some scenes were too dark and made it difficult to locate objects. Plain, detailess graphics feel cold and flat, there's no way to connect with the scenery, thus, no way to connect with the game because it just doesn't feel real. Most of the puzzles are glorious, two in particular reminiscent of MCF and fully worthy. Even then, I wasn't sure what Sparkle Unleashed was supposed to do with the water. The hub of the game is no longer our old friend Rufus but a French lady named Eleonore who is the Parisian Vermillion Watch - pardon, Garde Rouge - representative. They were crisp and clear and the colors were realistic. Since I Vermillion Watch: Parisian Pursuit the HOS in games far more than I do the mini games it is important for me that the items are at least distinguishable where I would at least have some hope of spotting them. Now for the downside. Not to mention that the animations and the cutscenes are also extremely polished. Story makes sense. Interesting games and Snow Queen Mahjong much fun to do. As always it was fun to see Victorian "Belle Epoque"? Best of all, the puzzles are original and fun - right amount of challenge.
Effects, of course, went along with the action in the scene. Lots to do, great HOS though very easy, mini games were easy too, even on hard mode. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by GirlWithManyEyes from I really enjoyed this game Great story, beautiful eye candy visuals and good, long gameplay. Lots and lots of puzzles, so if that's not your thang, you might want to skip it. I loved the hidden object scenes. I prefer far better quality and more HOS than I do mini games. And I do miss the usual sly references to period literature. Graphics that are detailed make you feel a connection like it's real while in the moment. Still the characters, voice overs were perfect. My only complaint would be some of the hidden object items were hard to see as well as some of the items in the cemetery. However, as usual, it also comes with a plethora of extras; a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept art, soundtracks, videos, replayable hidden object scenes, replayable puzzles, achievements, collectibles, morphing objects, a souvenir room. Try it for yourself. But all in all this game was more focused than previous games in the series. The rest were full screen and clear.
The graphics are excellent. The gameplay is excellent, fast paced after a bit too much dialog in the beginning had to mention one minor thing So far no missing zippers, broken keys or the usual blehh stuff. And I do miss the usual sly references to period literature. Lots to do, great HOS though very easy, mini games were easy too, even on hard mode. This is a good game and I highly recommend you play the demo. If anything, the Vermillion Watch series is known for its captivating and complex gameplay and Parisian Pursuit also satisfies on that dimension. I prefer far better quality and more HOS than I do mini games. It appears to be a long game but you have to stop now and then to admire the beautiful artwork. The Victorian-era Paris as portrayed in this game is magnificent. But all in all this game was more focused than previous games in the series. As mentioned the graphics were super. It was clear who the master criminal was. The story just never came together for me. You will definitely get your money's worth. Long game.I found this game very challenging. Well I can't even remember. Even then, I wasn't sure what I was supposed to do with the water. Obviously high production values throughout. Happy gaming! Honestly, graphics were way better when HOPA's first came out. Some of the mini games or puzzles in Parisian Pursuit are so integrated into the game that they are not obvious and hardly need instructions. I pretty much depended on the map and hint button to figure out what to do and many times, I still couldn't figure out how it fit into the story. Love that fast skip button. EIPIX has raised the bar with Vermillion Watch Parisian Pursuit and has gone back to developing games the way that originally put them at the top of the list of game developers. Between us we make it right. Overall, an excellent entry in a top-notch series. Vermillion Watch Parisian Pursuit is a game that has it all and seems to flow rather than become bogged down with all of the tasks and mini games.