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Forgotten Riddles: The Moonlight Sonatas
Author: steve Submitted: 18th July, 2008 Favourites:0
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Francis von Amadeus was a child prodigy and talented composer. The city of Godesberg has given you access to his journal filled with secrets and riddles. Use the clues to detect hidden objects within the many chambers of the Moonlight Opera House. You`ll notice a gaunt, ghostly figure still graces the second floor balcony. Between treble clefs and Forgotten Riddles, can you solve the mystery behind the Moonlight Sonatas?

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Posted by The Chris Street 18th July, 2008

Is it possible to provide a longer description? Then this'll be front paged
Posted by danjo 19th July, 2008

dont like these sort of games. played 1 - played them all.
mayan princess with new gfx and story.
Posted by UrbanMonk 19th July, 2008

Hmm, is this a myst type game, if it is I might give it a download
Posted by Toadsanime 19th July, 2008

Strange, my Dad bought your other Forgotten Riddles game on BigFish, I do think. He's not stopped playing it since he's had it. I didn't realise the creator was here at the TDC. Hi. Image

However, I personally hate BigFishGames. Sorry about that, it's just how I feel.

EDIT: Wait, I worded that wrong! O_O I didn't mean I hate the games on the website, just the website itself and its methods. Most of the games there, including this one, look fantastic.
Comment edited by Toadsanime on 7/19/2008
Posted by Hugo B. 22nd July, 2008

Beautiful graphics, my compliments! Will give it a try..
Posted by Marko 26th July, 2008
Rated :

Great old-skool style PC game - very "The 7th Guest"-like (most of you kids probably never even heard of that one, i expect!)

Hats off to you for this one!
Posted by Mr_Tom 29th July, 2008

those pictures remind me of using computers back at my primary school in the 90's
Posted by Hill Gigas 7th November, 2008

Great graphics, but weird, weird, weird.
Posted by Mr. E 6th February, 2009

@ danjo: That's like saying that when you've played 1 platformer, you've played them all.

a.k.a. not true.





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