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Review: Nightshift Code
At a Glance
|This game is recommended!
While there are many great games out there, this is one manages to be good fun and stay fairly true to Christian moral values.
If you're looking to add a new game to your collection, consider this one!
|ESRB Rating:||NR - Not Rated|
|My Rating:||Ages 6 and up|
|Review Published On:||August 27th, 2016|
Players store their progress in their own profiles*. In story mode, your game is automatically saved* as you go, so you can quit at any time.
The story itself is told via comics, and the heroes scuffle with the villains from time to time. At most, this results in characters appearing bruised.
As you complete various hidden object scenes and minigames*, you're presented with short comics that tell the next part of the story. This blends the gameplay and story surprisingly well, as the events in the story can change the way the game works. For example, in one part of the game the heroes need to break in to someone's apartment at night in order to find clues, and in the hidden object scene that follows, you can only see the portions of the room that are in your flashlight's beam.
The story centers around a museum's security guard named Mike. One night while he was working, someone attempted to steal one of the artifacts on display. When he went to arrest the thief, she offered a compelling counter proposal: she knew where his long lost father was, and that the papyrus she was stealing was a clue to his whereabouts.
Intrigued by this, and emboldened by some of the hints she dropped, Mike helps her steal the papyrus and together they set out on a journey that takes them around the world in search of his father and the treasure he'd hidden away for years.
Although this game is a little old, it's definitely a fun adventure that's worth picking up if you're a fan of hidden object games or are interested in trying one out.