Eipix Entertainment proudly presents the newest addition to the Danse Macabre series! Your beloved musical mentor has dominated his competition time and time again, but your joy for his achievements is short-lived when he’s found murdered and you are named as the prime suspect! Can you track down the real murderer, or will you be convicted of a crime you didn’t commit? You’ll soon discover the fate of your beloved city may be at stake as well! Dodge the police and scour the city to find the clues in this heart-pounding hidden-object puzzle adventure!
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You get plenty of the history of Florence, which I found interesting, and also a good dose of excellent music due Florentnie the plot of musicians being involved in the storyline. The plot twist is glaringly obvious and the lady protagonist is implausible. The HOG on the boat was really fun. The goodies were well hidden and I used my hint more in this Florentlne than most. Not only has the plot been done a hundred times before, it does not even feel like Eipix is trying to make this one any more interesting. Sure enough, Editipn exactly what this game is about, no surprises here. It has continuity and that's good for me. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 Akhra: The Treasures pandorrra13 from Fun hidden object game Enjoyable game play with interesting plot. Naturally someone arrives as Maestro hits the floor and yells for the police. They weren't dark Collecgors Danse Macabre: Florentine Elegy Collectors Edition and actually could have passed as a painting. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by skullfun Bubble Zoo 2 Eipix may Elegg to "raise the bar' with Danse Macabre Series! You play the game as a student of the famed Maestro Benedetti who is one of the leading composers in Italy and you are very fortunate to be his student. They come along during hidden object scenes and by Legend of Maya. Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from another HO game a good game in the series. This Collector's Edition isn't very appealing in my opinion.
Can hardly wait to find out. I enjoyed the HOGs, they were full not crowded and I always love interactivity. This latest installment, A Lover's Pledge, is a rough adventure that is in need of fine-tuning. He's arrogant, conceited, and self centered, not to mention that he treats his music protege as if she were his servant, so honestly, it's not surprising that Maestro Benedetti has made enemies along the way! There are 38 Hidden Signs, which is a feature as predictable as the game itself. I remain hopeful that the next edition will be much more interesting with a stronger emphasis on production values. There are so few games that aren't dark these days. Your basic mission is to save other composers and catch the person responsible for the killing spree on the music scene in Florence. As you celebrate his success over a glass of wine, he drops dead. The main game of Danse Macabre: Florentine Elegy takes around three and a half hours to complete, which is quite decent given its lack of challenge. Puzzles range from easy to challenging, and are attractively presented. I thought the graphics were lovely with nicely detailed scenery, buildings and interiors, costumes, etc.
Almost always, the key suspect is usually innocent and must find evidence that will exonerate them. Still, thanks to the fast-paced storytelling, the game Macahre: not as dull as it could have been. They were challenging, but posed no problems as far as being too dark, too small, too tedious, etc. I just hope this performance doesn't signal the end of the series. The story moved along at a tedious pace as you trek back and forth looking for pieces and parts, constantly having to stop Collsctors solve puzzles and HOS. Florentine Elegy has Dansd graphics even though they sometimes appear a bit misty but I think that it is intentional. Twelve morphs are in HOs. HOs vary but traditional fans won't be disappointed. Reviews are subjective, I Match Three Pirates! Heir to Davy Jones the storyline in Danse Macabre: Florentine Elegy could not be more predictable. I loved this game.
Your music tutor, maestro Benedetti has just made a victorious return from a competition. Perhaps, the only thing that saves Danse Macabre: Florentine Elegy from being unbearably boring is the production. I don't know why I played the entire demo. It's supposed to leave you hanging, with an "I gotta find out how it ends" frame of mind. You get plenty of the history of Florence, which I found interesting, and also a good dose of excellent music due to the plot of musicians being involved in the storyline. When the demo ended I had to hit the buy button so I could solve the mystery. Maybe I thought it would get better. I just hope this performance doesn't signal the end of the series. Not wanting to wear that deadly necklace, I managed to get the heck out of Dodge! Thank goodness for the custom settings so I could have the skip as fast as possible. Fortunately some of the HOPS offer an alternative game rather than searching for the items. However, in this game they were doable, even though I did skip a couple I just did not care for. It kept me occupied all afternoon, but wasn't all that enjoyable. Even though I found the HOPS to be a bit tedious, I did enjoy most of the puzzles and believe that the full game will be even better. The bonus game carries the story a little further.
It was well written, but a tad bit lack luster. Twelve morphs are in HOs. The graphics was pretty good as always with Dance Macabre however the story line was not as fun for me. This game held my attention, the games are challenging, but not too hard to comprehend. Music was good and the effects went well with the story. There is a lot of back and forth to previous scenes and it transports. They are mostly in the form of Silhouetted Shape or Sketch finds, some are Progressive or slightly Interactive as you click on an object to move it aside which then exposes the object. Some of the puzzles in this game are easy while some have a bit more challenge. I love the artwork and the music. Your only tool is a map that is found early in the game and at least during the demo there is no special amulet or animal helper so you are on your own to solve the mystery. The Danse Macabre series is not one of my favorite series in the first place, because It's always the same MO, an accomplished artist who gets murdered at the very start, and they are always involved in some type of competition. You get plenty of the history of Florence, which I found interesting, and also a good dose of excellent music due to the plot of musicians being involved in the storyline.
Will you be able to navigate the streets and alleys of Florence as you search for answers and find out who really is behind the death of your beloved teacher? Highly recommend. Will you be able to navigate the streets and alleys of Florence as you search for answers and find out who really is behind the death of your beloved teacher? You play the game as a student of the famed Maestro Benedetti who is one of the leading composers in Italy and you are very fortunate to be his student. One thing Eipix does that creates a problem for me are those little pop-up windows with hidden objects. Personally, I found some of the HOPs to be very tedious because the scenes are junk piles and the required items are very small, muted or well-hidden. As a music-themed game, Florentine Elegy delivers in the audio department. HOs vary but traditional fans won't be disappointed. They come along during hidden object scenes and by themselves. Your teacher wins yet another music competition and arrives back at his studio for your lesson in time for you to murder him with the poisoned wine some "well-wisher" gave him at the competition. Florentine Elegy has an excellent storyline and I need to know why Maestro Benedetti was murdered and who or what is behind the recent murders of other musicians. You can retrieve any missed ones in Extras. Rated 5 out of 5 by coffeyfan77 from Danse Macabre Does It Again When a game starts out with the murder of your mentor and an escape from the Italian police, it's hard to imagine it will get even better from there.