Big Fish Editor's Choice! This title was selected for its exceptional quality and overwhelmingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers. Grandma Studios presents the next chilling installment of The Unseen Fears series! When the people of Lyon are plagued by haunting visions of their past mistakes, you’re called in to investigate! There’s more to this case than meets the eye as specters using mirrors track your every move. Can you save the locals without becoming the mirrors’ next victim yourself? Find out in this spine-tingling Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure! See what our Beta testers had to say: “I really liked the clear and beautiful graphics. The action began as soon as the game began. It was so nice to have a game where the various items were easy to see. I think that this game is good for beginners and intermediates.” - beta tester “I LOVED this game! I am looking forward to it coming out. The story line was awesome and the graphics were beautiful! The pace was perfect. This was the best beta I have played so far. I was sad when it was over” - beta tester
Beautiful detailed scenes, even the parts which are not directly involved in a task or an action. There are ten 10 wallpapers along with concept art, music and video selections. They were all so creative and unique. We left the poor woman all alone with her dead sister and I'm being asked to write down all of her life's true aspirations! And the icing on the cake? There were a few mini games which were stumpers, and that's fun. Once it reaches the monkey, you will need to center each item to onto the appropriate part of the monkey. The search-and-replace scenes are creatively designed and, to me, the best part of the game. Another good thing is the custom mode which lets us set our hint and skip recharge time. After locating those items, you will then place them back into the scene in the proper location. Switch hanging shards of glass to match the patterns underneath them. Two images are shown, one front facing the other rear facing, and you use a rotation button to find and replace items. Plus there was an alternate Match 3 available.
Graphics are great. The sinister object in the sequel is the haunted mirror, which also serves as a fascinating character in and of itself. It's all great except for maybe the accents. Prepare to smash a few mirrors and restore the lives if their victims. It gave me a chance to win two special achievements for solving them "in more than 5 minutes"! Once inside, they find Brigette locked in the bathroom, dead! Once it reaches the monkey, you will need to center each item to onto the appropriate part of the monkey. My review title pretty much says it all. They were all so creative and unique. A woman is dead and her sister is wigging out! We left the poor woman all alone with her dead sister and I'm being asked to write down all of her life's true aspirations! The ending is a tear jerker if you are in to that type of ending. I hit the hint again and it tells me to go back into the game. The story was good, the music was nice, I loved the hidden object scenes but wish there were more of those and less of the mini-game which I'm not that big a fan of.
Ukrainienne The Unseen Fears: Last Dance Collectors Edition
I love it and my choice and no notice what others say, Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by heartblob from unseen you bet find your way through this one A great and fun gameso much to do and to collect morphing jewellerywhoops watch out for the man with the cat nasty man. Not terribly difficult, more of a Mega World Smash just want to relax and enjoy a well-thought-out and Edltion game. In the next scene, I'm outside of the house facing the front door when I suddenly see the chinchilla scurry out of the front door! Well, that's about it for me. Graphics are great. Date published: These mirrors are evil, revealing disturbing and twisted information to their owners. Finally, we arrive at Queens Garden 2 next mirror's victim who's about to fall and impale herself on a wrought-iron fence! Connection puzzle. Because we have plenty of time and because asking him to turn the radio on so I can sing along, would just be awkward, the nice ride-giving officer asks me to fill out a "standard protocol file" Say What!?! I hit the Elven Legend 5: The Fateful Tournament button and it tells Evition to go down. There are two 2 pieces of jewelry in each scene. Music that dresses the atmosphere properly, characters with dynamic, puzzles that make you think fast but not that hard. This game was a little different than the other two Robinson Crusoe and the Cursed Pirates that I used the hint button more.
There are also Mirror Hidden Object Scenes for each victim that is being haunted by what could have been, and what actually is. In many games it is pre-determined for us, which I don't like. The sinister object in the sequel is the haunted mirror, which also serves as a fascinating character in and of itself. I really enjoyed playing this game so much so I played it straight through without stopping, something I rarely do anymore. When I try to find the tech reviews it tells me there is not a game called unseen fears. I think this is a quite unusual storyline and Nathaniel has a big job to tackle. At this point, I'm expecting him to get out the famous yellow police tape to cordon off the crime scene because that's what normal police do to keep the area from becoming compromised, right? The Collectors Edition lives up to the expectations, containing a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept, videos, soundtracks, repayable hidden object scenes, replayable puzzles, achievements, and collectibles. After locating those items, you will then place them back into the scene in the proper location. There are games about mirrors filled with evil, but this one is different, presenting an interesting, unusual storyline. First game that has come very close to giving us the look of MCF The adventure part of the game is relatively easy and the puzzles are usually kept fairly safe.
It begins with Nathaniel, a supernatural detective, being contacted by Brigette, in France, who is frightened and needs help. I'm quite a dawdler: I like to take my time and soak in the scenery, and GrandMa creates gorgeous games. As with the previous two gamesyou also possess the ability to see the supernatural elements — a feature that is not necessarily well-executed here and feels unneeded. I turn off all help but skip and hint I use. And the icing on the cake? Below Eden brief descriptions Fears some of the games you'll encounter during the game: 1-Click to move origami sections into highlighted slots. Beautiful detailed Pengu Wars, even Dannce parts which are not directly involved in a task or an action. First game that has come very close Wanderlust: Shadow of the Monolith giving us the look of MCF Two in particular were very imaginative. All landmarks must be visited, and you Unsfen end at a certain designated location. My review title pretty much Collextors it all. I hated to see it end, but thanks for a memorable game, GrandMa :- Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by fiewi1 from What would you do for your dream?
At this point, I'm expecting him to get out the famous yellow police tape to cordon off the crime scene because that's what normal police do to keep the area from becoming compromised, right? You search for nine 9 to twelve 12 items within a split scene one depicting reality and the other, a dream state. Trying to do the HOP and you can't get the final bell and can't go any further without it. Unique puzzle never seen before. Was hard to follow in some places but that maybe me. The Collectors Edition lives up to the expectations, containing a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept, videos, soundtracks, repayable hidden object scenes, replayable puzzles, achievements, and collectibles. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Volauvent from This is fun! Marvelous gameplay. The characters were done very well, movements were pretty natural and the voice-overs were great. Maybe I could ask that nice ride-giving officer for some help? As with the previous two games , you also possess the ability to see the supernatural elements — a feature that is not necessarily well-executed here and feels unneeded. To me, this was just an extra mini-game, not an actual chapter. The hidden object scenes explore more creative options and usually pay off, as they are all extremely enjoyable. If you like the storyline of the demo, you'll enjoy this game if you don't mind repeating the same tasks over and over for 6 different people.