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Nick Chase & the Deadly Diamond HD (Full)

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Nick Chase is back in an all-new adventure and is ready for action!! After a mysterious package arrives at his favorite bar, Nick has a new case! Discover who delivered the ancient artifact, and what exactly the curse of the Deadly Diamond is, as you explore gorgeous Hidden Object scenes and crack the case. Solve perplexing puzzles to track down valuable clues in Nick Chase and the Deadly Diamond!

☆☆☆☆☆ Features ☆☆☆☆☆

✓ Investigate stunning locations and crack intricate puzzles
✓ Gritty film noir style graphics
✓ iOS exclusive hint effect
✓ Rich characters and an immersive story
✓ Integrated Strategy Guide
✓ Game Center achievements

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We’re big believers that everyone is a gamer at heart and that games are a great source of joy and relaxation. Founded in 2002, Big Fish Games is a developer, publisher and distributor of casual games. We offer a virtually endless selection of interactive games that you can enjoy anytime, anywhere — on your PC, Mac, mobile phone, or tablet. Renowned for offering A New Game Every Day!® on, Big Fish Games distributes more than two million games per day worldwide.

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Customer Reviews


I thought that this game was a lot of fun. It was just challenging enough that I had to think about how I was going to get out of each situation, but didn't have to sit there in the same spot for hours not knowing what to do next. I wasn't crazy about some of the mini games though. The game response just isn't good enough to have games where Nick maneuvers through a maze of boxes while staying out of the spot light beams. Every time Nick made it to the doorway on the other side he would get stuck just standing there until the light beam came around and zapped him. I hate having to play games like that, where I have to keep repeating the same board over and over because the dumb game doesn't work right. But that's really the only thing that bothered me about this game so I did go ahead and give it 5 stars * * * * *, though I didn't play the first game where Nick talked, so it sounds like that game was better.

A very poor hidden object adventure game.

There are tons of games like this, and no reason to spend time on the bad ones. Nick Chase and the Deadly Diamond is a mess. It recycles terrible puzzles (like telling you to go over a map with a magnifying glass until you find a particular street name). Objects are often very hard to see, and it can take 3-4 touches for the game to recognize that you've found something. The story is utterly lame, and the challenges often nonsensical. For instance, in the opening scene you are asked by a bartender to turn on a jukebox, and this turns into a 5-10 minute chore. What? He then drops a ceramic plate and asks you to pick up the pieces, and suddenly some of the pieces are on the ceiling, inside gumball machines, behind bottles of alcohol on the shelf, etc. I kid you not. It's clear this game was hacked together quickly and on almost no budget. There are occasional issues with non-native English as well, though that's a minor point.

Just a really dumb, poorly made game. I love a great adventure game with occasional hidden object gameplay, but I'm not willing to 5-star any crap product with those labels attached. Avoid.

First Episode Was Better

Story was okay, but overall the episode 1 was better in all aspects. The touch sensitivity needs to be improved; several times I tapped a "hidden item" and it failed to register. I can understand if I missed the item, but when I'm tapping right on the item 10 or 20 times before it finally goes away, that ridicules. Also, not able to zoom in like I could in episode 1. Additionally, comic "cut scenes" should remain on screen until I'm ready to move forward (needs a continue button). Sometimes it's nice to admire the artwork, but these cut scenes don't even give you enough time to read. And that leads to the last concern; how come there's no voices in this episode. I really liked episode 1 and was really looking forward to episode 2, but this was a big step backward. If there is an episode 3, I sure hope they do a better job.

Nick Chase & the Deadly Diamond HD (Full)
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  • $3.99
  • Category: Games
  • Released: Sep 02, 2011
  • Version: 1.0.0
  • Size: 347 MB
  • Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
  • Seller: Big Fish Games, Inc
Rated 12+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References

Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.2 or later. Compatible with iPad.

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