Frankenstein: Master Of Death in Review – New Twist On An Old Tale

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I’ve been addicted to hidden object adventure games ever since I first played one, but in the mobile world I’ve focused primarily on the offerings from G5 Entertainment and Big Fish Games.  It’s not that other developers or publishers don’t release such games, but typically they don’t have nearly the production values from the “big two” of hidden object games, and quite frankly are often not all that fun.  There are exceptions, however, and as you’ve probably guessed Frankenstein: Master Of Death is such an exception.  This retelling of one of the most classic monster stories hooks you from the very beginning and doesn’t let go until the final confrontation – and while you know before the end what you’re dealing with you’ll be surprised when the reveal is first made.  If you’re looking for an independently published hidden object game worthy of appearing in the catalog of one of the major players, this is just such a game.
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