Whispered Legends: Tales of Middleport
A darkness has fallen over the once-sleepy seaside town of Middleport, and townspeople are mysteriously disappearing at an alarming rate! Reports of monster sightings, ghastly galleons and possessed artifacts have made their way to London; newspapers claim the town is haunted by an ancient curse! You've been summoned from London as an Inspector from the Royal Society of Skeptics to dispel the rumors that dark magic is afoot in Middleport. Uncover the true cause of the disturbances and track down the disappeared townspeople before darkness falls on Middleport forever!
June 12, 2014
3 Difficulties + Custom Mode
The town of Middleport was once free of crimes, it was considered a home for many pirates and it is well-known for treasures hidden beneath the city. All things aside, Middleport is cursed by the pirates in the olden days – whoever touches the pirates’ gold will unleash evil spirits into the town. Now, that legend becomes real when several people in the town have mysteriously disappeared and a dark figure has been spotted. You as the famous detective have to set things back to normal again. Whispered Legends: Tales of Middleport has a predictable, yet interesting story. Although there is nothing really new in the plot, no exciting events or spectacular actions; we are drawn in by the story and the mysteries that are waiting to be solved.
Now comes the disappointment, Whispered Legends: Tales of Middleport is visually boring. The graphics are very grainy at times, the quality is inconsistent and the artwork is kind of old-school. We do not care much about the music either, it is pleasant, but nothing special.
Whispered Legends: Tales of Middleport plays pretty much like any other mundane HOPAs existed. Hidden Object scenes are the basics, puzzles are what we have seen before and are very straightforward, the gameplay is easy with no unique features – the overall experience is just a little bit too average. Still, the developers managed to include three sets of collectibles in the game – we found them to be a little frustrating as there are quite a few of them scattered in each scene and we are not so sure what is the purpose of collecting them.