Game "Dark tales. Edgar Allan Poe's. The Black Cat"

Game "Dark tales. Edgar Allan Poe's. The Black Cat"
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  • Release date:
    25 October 2012
  • Operating system:
    Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
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  • Graphics card:
    256Mb, DirectX 9
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Game description

Even considering the fact that his beloved wife has disappeared, Monsieur Davier is not eager to talk to detectives. Answering questions he is not verbose, does not go into detail, and claims that before she disappeared he did not notice anything strange. It is not easy to investigate a case with so little information. A young woman disappeared and no more information.

All that remains is to scrutinize the couple's estate in the hope of finding something. People may lie, but not things. The Daviers' estate is in your hands. Examine every meter and pop into the basement and attic. If Sara is kidnapped from the house, there must surely be clues left behind. Your goal is not to lose sight of them. Pay close attention to what the cursor looks like. If it looks like a hand, you can take the object and put it in your inventory to use it later during the puzzle. If the cursor looks like an eye, you can examine the place more closely

First of all, check the hallway thoroughly. The umbrella holder is sparkling, which means that there is something curious there. Enlarge the place, search for all the items on the list, and earn a bonus: a valuable item in your inventory - a grease gun. You'll need it to grease a rusty lock or a creaky door. Every room of this magnificent estate has many unusual and useful finds! Rope, key, bucket, antique box - even if you have no idea how to use it now, you know that in the near future the right opportunity will definitely come up.

What was that shadow in the window? It reminds me of the woman who disappeared. She is nonchalantly watching as you survey the estate, clutching the black cat in her arms. You can't believe it! Don't let superstition sway you, you have something to answer it with - observation, wit, and courage. Keep investigating, and you'll soon have it all figured out.