Orient Express - Blood and Diamond

Developer: The Moonwalls

Current Version: 1.0

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 215.3 MB - Download


Twentieth century Europe, betrayals, blood, diamonds and the Orient Express...
Travel back in time and witness the last grand days of the Orient Express. Prepare yourself for a magnificent adventure, unraveling a mystery spreading from Istanbul to London.
Play as a famous and dashing burglar and use the full set of your skills to uncover the truth behind the death of the owner of the Orient Express, the famous train known as the “Titanic on Rails”. Embark upon a journey to find the priceless Jewel of the Orient, in this combination of a Match-3 game, a Hidden Object game and a classical adventure.

Enjoy many atractions:
• A mystery-themed adventure game with beautiful graphics and many challenging puzzles.
• Immersive gameplay spread throughout multiple levels.
• Unique reimagining of Match-3 games.
• Hidden Object game elements.
• Multiple endings and moral-based choices.
• High quality graphics and music.
• Three different modes: Story, Time or Endless.
• Separate scoreboards for each of the modes.
• Twitter integration.

Prepare for your journey, order a first-class ticket now!

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Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0
Review by The_Eck

incomprehensible - I've been a big fan of hidden object games for a number of years but I'm not a whiz at them as I use a number of hints each game, and I prefer to play in "casual" mode. This game struck my eye mostly because I thought it would immerse me in a bit of Orient Express lore. I am extremely frustrated with this game and its lack of helpful instructions. When first getting into the game you are presented with a list of choices: Story (which takes you to a screen that give a very brief background but mainly instructs you how to play "match 3"), Time Game, Endless Game (both of which take you to a childish match three grid with no explanation of what your goal or objective is), Options (volume sliders), and Credits. There are no hints, no guides on what to do, and no immediate hidden objects. Clicking on the Story and then clicking on the background does take you to a map showing the route of the Orient Express but there's no interactivity at all here. I do not enjoy hunting for easter egg instructions on how to even begin the game, how to progress through the game, or what your goals and benchmarks are. This game is without a doubt the most fustrating and counterintuitive game ever. Do not waste your money unless you are into major unrelenting and unforgiving frustration.

Found helpful by 5 out of 6 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.0
Review by Avi On

Strange story line and difficult getting game to function properly - There are very few instructions and they are pretty vague. I haven't downloaded many games and wasn't really sure how this one would work. It seems to get increasingly more difficult as one goes along, but you are just trying to make matches of three or more "gem" type objects in a grid and it's not very user friendly. Spent way too much time on it, and got near the end, but could never make enough matches before there were no more choices and I kept getting "beat-up" by the thug. Very odd and not worth the 99 cents. It was never "fun" and I wouldn't recommend.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people