From ERS Game Studios, acclaimed creators of the PuppetShow and Grim Façade series, comes a new phenomenon to investigate! It's that time of year again! Visiting the Strauss Circus has been a tradition for you and your sister, Judith, for many years. But this year, when Judith is chosen from the audience to help with a magic act, you discover that the smiling faces on stage aren't as happy as they first appear. Judith doesn't meet you after the show, and you quickly realize something is wrong. Search the circus and uncover the dark secrets haunting the performers and animals who call it home. But you'd better hurry! Time is running out in this Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!
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Nice, long game. Doesn't seem to have any collectibles. I loved everything about the adventure; Judith could easily have been Jessica Lange. The graphics are really quite good. Repetition was the fun-drainer in the last ERS game I have played, so I am quite worried that the same problem will arise should I choose to purchase this one. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by dhoneykids3 from Phenomenal I think this game is a lot of fun, you first hear the story about how you and your sister went to the circus every year when they were children, after growing up the sister is coming for a visit and they are going to the circus for old times sake, however after she disappears after volunteering for a magic act you must find her. All in all, this is probably one of my favourite stories from ERS in recent times and I can't wait to see how it ends! Secondly, the game was very fun. Well done to the developers for putting in some effort with the puzzles. Morph Into A Hideous Creature! Since I don't like HOS at all and feel there are always too many - at least they where not as overcrowded than all those other games lately. The characters and creatures were amazing. I'm a big fan of this collection of games - and ERS is my go-to developer.
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He put Judith in the box, make her to disappear and Shw — to reappear. There are Achievements to earn, and you will receive an Shoq if you cure any zoo animals. For example, map indicators the first thing I turn off if there's a custom difficulty could not be turned off, which was disappointing for me. This game is a perfect mix of brilliant story and fun gameplay. Not a problem really, but if some Double Clue: Solitaire Stories was brand new at these types of games they might find it hard to figure out what to do. It I interactive and helpful, but map indicators cannot be turned off, so are present in all difficulties. I'd definitely say the SE. The gameplay was quite good too, but I am wary, as some of my dislikes from previous ERS games have crept in Ballad of Solar this one. Once again I take issue with the voice-overs. Puzzles are mostly do-able, and you can choose casual vs hard. Interesting cut scenes. The Twilight games seem to revel in strange animal hybrid experiments. It's a pretty long game when played on hard mode. I just wish it had a bit more CE bling. All in all, this is probably one of my favourite stories from ERS in recent times and I Twilight Phenomena: The Incredible Show wait to see how it ends!
Try it and see. Judith can hardly contain her excitement when Strauss picks her out of the audience did anyone notice that all the seats were empty? If you haven't played any of the Twilight Phenomena games before - go and find them - they are just a good as this one. It was really unexpected, quite dramatic and left me wanting more. Your sister Judith has disappeared after a magic performance in a circus. This is even better than the last one! It I interactive and helpful, but map indicators cannot be turned off, so are present in all difficulties. The hint works well outside HOS. And it was not always logical. I did find the map and Hint were a little too close, easy to accidently hit Hint when you meant map. As I previously mentioned, I did not use the map, so I cannot really comment on its helpfulness. You will come across an arcade game that allows you to win different amounts of coins, you can play this game every 30 seconds by accessing the pull down tab at the top of the screen. Hard core level allows hint, skip, and helpful messages. It was extremely simple to figure out what to do next; so much so that I did not have to use the map ONCE. When I first read about the concept, I thought it would be quite silly, but boy was I proven wrong!
Differences in difficulties are standard. There were lots of things to do and locations to explore. Ther are four modes of play, including custom. Trust me - you won't be disappointed. Due to the fact I could not turn off map indicators, TThe am guessing that they appear in all difficulties. One of my favorite mini games required you to turn Twiloght carousel right or left, as you swapped the dresses on several mannequins until their dress matched their different colored hats. Jump map and journal are helpful. The mini-games are unique and interesting, Twilgiht fit the theme of the story quite well. The voices are easy to hear and understand, I will be buying this game. Rated 5 out of 5 by jessgar from Incredible Game! As well as the exciting twists, the story does extremely well on the creep factor, with some things actually scaring me which hasn't happened in Mahjong Deluxe 3 long timeso well done to the developers. You can switch to a kind of match3.
Great, enjoyable game in my opinion! I found that game somewhat challenging and enjoyed the story which I thought was unique. I say enjoy!! Interesting change up on the kind of H. You can access the pictures you have taken anytime in your scrapbook, which also serves as a journal for notes. Scrapbook- Kind of acts like a diary, keeping track of the stories learned in the film-reel scenes. Strauss seems to be one step ahead of you as you scour this circus menagerie full of hideous creatures. There is a lot to like in this game. It was probably my favourite thing about the game. It can be used at certain places and there is a minigame to play. Jump map and journal are helpful. I am disappointed at this, because ERS used to do this all the time.
Another clever game was matching carnivorous plants to their matching icons, but, the plants would disappear and the pots would do a major shuffle game and you had to remember which plant you were looking for each time. Your sister Judith has disappeared after a magic performance in a circus. The map is interactive, you click and can go right to the area instead of having to walk back and forth. Try it and see. The coins can be used to help injured animals you come across in Strauss' zoo, but I don't think it's pertinent to the game itself. HOS were interesting and interactive and there were a lot of puzzles which could be tedious. But can you save your sister as well? I loved this game. If you haven't played any of the Twilight Phenomena games before - go and find them - they are just a good as this one. Unique mini-games that were actually challenging. I loved everything about the adventure; Judith could easily have been Jessica Lange. Not a problem really, but if some one was brand new at these types of games they might find it hard to figure out what to do. All new story line.