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9 Clues 2: The Ward

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Developer: Tap It Games
Publisher: Artifex Mundi
Edition: Standard
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Languages: English, Русский
Genre: Hidden Object Games
Franchise: 9 Clues

“The Ward” is the second installment in the 9 Clues series, in which a young detective and her partner respond to a distress call from a psychiatric hospital on a secluded island.

The island is isolated by freezing waters and constant, brutal storms. Upon the detectives’ arrival, one of the hospital’s therapists falls out of the window to his death.

As their investigation begins, the detectives learn much darker things are happening at Mnemosyne Asylum than they could have guessed. None of the patients are willing to speak about the devastating fire that engulfed the hospital four years ago, or the fire’s victims. The staff do everything they can to obscure the asylum’s past, and keep the façade of peace and order intact.

Each new clue only raises more questions. Who killed Doctor Crow? What drove one of the male nurses insane? Who is Zed Rascov? Why is the name of a little girl, Ginger, carved into the wood-paneled wall of the dead doctor’s office?

  • Detective Mode: solve crime scenes by intuitively placing clues
  • Eerie story set in a psychiatric hospital in 1950s America
  • Explore tons of thrilling locations and hidden object scenes, and search for clues and leads
  • 39 achievements to unlock
OS: Windows XP or later
Processor: 2 GHz or better
Memory: 1 Gb RAM
Graphics: GPU with at least 512 Mb of VRAM
DirectX: Version 9.0 or later
Storage: 2.7 Gb available space
Interface Language: English
File Size: ~885 Mb

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#4 PuzzlVu Гости
Logical progression except for a few problem puzzles near the end. Good story and interesting challenges along the way. I knew almost right away who the guilty parties were that the detectives were seeking; maybe I've played too many of this type of game! the hours sped by quickly too!!
#3 Sid1120 Гости
Artifex Mundi makes good hidden-object games and this one's no exception. Though the voice acting is kind of a mess and there are some mildly offensive character portrayals, 9 Clues 2 delivers on AM's customary blend of adventure, puzzles, and hidden object scenes.
#2 FinalSundragon Гости
A great game if you like hunt-a-thing types like Mystery Case Files, especially the later ones where there are puzzles in between the hunt scenes.

- Puzzles alternate so game play remains varied and engaging.
- Option to play Majong matching instead of hunt-a-thing.

- Story elements of murderers getting slap-on-the-wrist style punishment from the detective was strange.
- Story is interesting, but the reveal felt weak.
#1 BuerNOR Гости
"9 Clues 2: The Ward" offers a classic hidden object gaming experience, but unfortunately, it falls short in several aspects. The game's simplicity might appeal to casual players, but for those seeking a more engaging challenge, it lacks depth and difficulty.

The storyline, while present, fails to captivate, residing in the realm of mediocrity. The voice acting is subpar, leaving much to be desired in terms of delivering an immersive narrative. Facial animations further detract from the overall experience, appearing awkward.

On the positive side, the hidden object scenes are well-designed, providing a decent distraction. However, this alone doesn't compensate for the lackluster story, unimpressive voice acting, and peculiar facial animations.

In summary, "9 Clues 2: The Ward" may find a place among those seeking a casual and undemanding hidden object game. Still, its shortcomings in narrative and presentation make it a less-than-ideal choice for players looking for a more polished and engaging experience.