Death Upon an Austrian Sonata: A Dana Knightstone Novel

You will never loose your job when you know how to write and you can see ghosts.

Dana Knightstone is known for that. And that means that you have a chance to enjoy another adventure in Europe.

This involves mysteries of the ghosts and many puzzles.

The gameplay follows the intriguing story and delightful audio-visual presentation.

In Death Upon an Austrian Sonata: A Dana Knightstone Novel, you play as a young and successful novelist Dana Knightstone.

If you played any of the games of the series before, you'll know what to expect.

This time around her supernatural ability comes in handy as her cousin begins to hear some strange violin sounds.

There's a lot to search for in order to bring back peace to their lives.

The graphics and sounds are gorgeous and very impressive. Lots of attention to detail makes it a trully great experience.

The gameplay follows the intriguing story and delightful audio-visual presentation.

Everything is very well thought through. The hidden object scenes are full of items, but everything is relative to the time and place.

The mini-games are not just another replay of the well known ones, but rather, unique and thoroughly developed.

Some might find them not very challenging, though.

There are also some collectibles to look for as you play.

The game is highly polished and very well done by the developers. It's definitely worth the atention of the genre fans.

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