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During the course of the investigation, the player encounters the spirits of historical and fictional characters associated with the cathedral. The spirits are encountered through documents, clues, flashbacks and even good old fashioned hauntings. Each spirit has a unique motive to steal the crown but of course could not have done so in present day reality.
Features:
- Linear game play with hidden object scenes followed by puzzles and mini‐games
- Interactive inventory used during both hidden object and puzzle scenes
- Over 25 unique hidden object  scenes with 15 unique puzzles
- Animated cut‐scenes and character portraits help bring the story to life
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