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Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of Osborne House

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Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of Osborne House (DS)

Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of Osborne House is a hidden-object/puzzle video game developed by Frogwares and edited by Focus Home Interactive on 25 june 2010 (DS).



Developer's description

Following its first huge success on Nintendo DS (Sherlock Holmes: The Mystery of the Mummy), Sherlock Holmes, the world's greatest detective, stars in his first original adventure on Nintendo's handheld console with Sherlock Holmes and the Mystery of Osborne House.

In this brand new big adventure, especially designed for Nintendo's handheld system, you play as the famous detective Sherlock Holmes and you will have to shed some light on curious events. When Queen Victoria's genealogical records are stolen, the Royal Family decides to put you in charge of the case and asks you to solve this strange mystery.

Followed as always by your wise and faithful friend, Doctor Watson, and armed with your Nintendo DS Stylus™ you will have to use your logic and observation senses through dozens of riddles, puzzles and brain teasers of all sorts. In a great adventure, you will travel through dozens of beautifully hand-drawn places, looking for clues and new mysteries to solve. You will also meet many charismatic characters, including famous characters from the Victorian England, who will help you solve this strange case and finally discover the truth!

A great case that will lead you throughout London, its area, and the Isle of Wight. Play, meet and interact with famous characters from 19th century England: Sherlock Holmes and his nemesis, Professor Moriarty, Doctor Watson and even Queen Victoria. Use your logic and your stylus to crack dozens of puzzles and brain-teasers! Use and combine nearly one hundred clues, that will help you solve the case. A help system is there to help you: unlock precious clues that will prove to be essential when confronted to tougher puzzles.


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