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Left in the Dark: No One On Board

Average Rating 6 player reviews ( 5.0 out of 5.0 )

Help detective Charlotte Austin solve the mystery of the ghost ship and its missing crew!

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Game Description

When private detective Charlotte Austin accepts her latest commission, she immediately knows it will be an unusual one. A bizarre letter from the Mayor of Port Providence arrives asking for help investigating the mysterious disappearance of a missing ship, which has suddenly reappeared without crew or cargo.

During her first attempts to solve the case, Charlotte realizes that the reports in the local press about an alleged curse may be more than local folklore. Her encounter with a hooded figure in the supposedly abandoned shipwreck, along with other seemingly impossible events, reinforce her belief that there is more going on in Portsmouth than meets the eye.

Detective Austin must discover the link between the abandoned ship, Devil Island, and the unsolved murder of a local family. Will she discover the curse that is dooming ships out of Portsmouth, and be able to stop it before more people die?

-Unique puzzles with varying difficulty levels
-Exciting storyline
-Stunning art

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  • by Okiwind on Oct 19, 2013

    Really liked this game. It flowed so well and was a good story. Easy to find objects and the inventory was made available at the right times. See more See less

  • by FishinGal2005 on Oct 13, 2013

    Hidden Object Game, not Time Management. I have liked all of Artifex Mundi games. Graphics, story, sound is always good, and it looks like they left the ending open for a continuance. See more See less

  • by novemberlace on Oct 08, 2013

    Good storyline, objects are pretty clear and not too hard to find, hints recharge quickly. I really liked the game. Wish it was a little longer but I recommend to anyone that enjoys hidden object games. See more See less

  • by prdgranny5 on Oct 08, 2013

    I enjoyed this one, I am partial to maps, instead of going back 5 times to reach a destination. It was not as difficult as some, also sort of short, but it had a nice plot and scenery. See more See less

  • by summeroluvbaby1 on Oct 07, 2013

    This game is pretty fun. I think the story is its best quality. The only think I'm a little worried about is it may be too short for my taste, but its fun to play in the time you have. See more See less

  • by ScreaminFantasy on Oct 06, 2013

    This game is a Hidden Object Game, not a Time Management game. Although short play of about 2 hours, this is overall a good game. The HOGs and puzzles are pretty easy but clear and engaging. The storyline keeps you interested. Perfect game for a beginner. For more seasoned players this may lack the challege but good game to knock out in one sitting. See more See less

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