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Rated 5 out of 5 by Scobeaux from Unexpected gem I agree whole-heartedly with those who say this game is under-rated. I am so glad I paid attention to them and not the over-all rating because this game was so fun to play I would have hated to miss it.
I thought the sound was really outstanding - never annoying, always spooky and varied. I love it when a developer pays attention to the sound, and this time it really paid off.
Another thing I loved were the HO scenes. Normally they are something I kind of put up with to advance the story, but in this game they were a plus.
It is true that they were dim and gloomy, but that fit the game's atmosphere and I rarely needed the hint.
It was slightly interactive and the interactiveness, if that is a word, was very clever. OK, moving on, I liked the voice of the main character - she didn't say all that much, but she sounded real and maybe even someone it would be nice to know.
The hint system was really excellent, it told you where there were things to do but not what needed to be done. Just the way I like it.
I didn't have to skip any puzzles - always a plus. Oh, and the plot - OK, not much of a plot, and it was mostly explained at the end, but the whole atmosphere dragged me along.
Someone said it is short - I actually thought it was pretty long but I like to take my time and I can say that I was having so much fun I didn't want it to end.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rohangirl from What a surprise packet. Despite it only having 3 stars I decided to trial it anyway and thoroughly enjoyed the challenge.
Yes the hidden object scenes are a little dark but the building is abandoned and only light by candle and lamp light. Some objects are partly obscured by others and you do have to open boxes and such to find others.
There are only hints for the HO scenes, but if you click on the compass it shows the location of: HO scenes, mimi puzzles and points of interest, this is sufficient enough and so you have to use your brains to decide what to do next.
The graphics are great, it's atmospheric and the mini puzzles are not to difficult. Overall length was good. Trial it for your selves and you may be pleasantly surprised.
The negativity meant that I trialled before I bought, and played through as fast as I was able - which meant when my hour was up I was fifteen minutes from the end of the game.
I bought it to play those fifteen minutes, and to replay it to my heart's content, as I'm sure I will. The story is fairly basic.
You're given your goal - finding grandma - at the beginning and while there are a few little surprises throughout, there isn't much more story progression til you reach the end, when you get a wonderful cinematic explaining everything you've seen on your journey.
I really enjoyed this and wish more games would do it; far too often the story is part of the game and the frantic clicking of the 'endgame' scenario means you don't often check your diary in the final moments to get the big reveal.
Whether you read your diary at every chance or not in this game, you won't be left with many questions.
The playstyle is fairly magnificent. Not a whole lot new when it comes to the puzzles or HOs, though you'll want to 'look with your mouse' as it were, as occasionally your mouse becomes a hand - this is your only indication that you'll need to interact with the scene to find certain items.
But what really makes this game stand out is its map. No it doesn't let you zip magically from one locale to the other, but it's a whole lot better than that.
We might be used to maps that tell us which rooms have areas of interest, but this one goes so far as to show you, in a simple schematic, where IN THE ROOM that area is.
It'll also show you where the HOs pop up, and these can sometimes appear in random places so that's pretty handy. Some reviewers suggested the need of a walkthrough but I can say this with some certainty - get to know your map and there should be no point at which, when you get stuck, it will not reveal all the answers.
On the one occasion where I did not know what to do next and my map provided no new clues My own fault. Even that only flummoxed me for a moment, until I figured out that another zone was the only possible solution.
The map is perfect. It might not show you which item to use, but it does just about everything else. This might seem like I'm only reviewing that one aspect of play, but that's only because it really did affect my entire playthrough, and it made the experience wonderful.
Everything else was average or better - only the slight darkness of scenes was irksome, but you're in the woods at night, so there's not really any good reason for the scenes not to be dark!
As I mentioned earlier, I can't say much to the length. An ultimate speed run took a little over an hour, which is probably about average - if I'd been taking my time and not racing the clock I can imagine it taking two and a half to three hours.
And the fulfillment of story makes it seem meaty content-wise, so overall I'm pretty pleased. That's a definite recommend from me, for the experience, for the gameplay, for everything.
A beginner might find themselves going pretty slowly, but the answers are all there, it's just a case of finding them :D Date published: Home New Top Free By Category Online Games.
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Tags Hidden Object Casual Adventure Free. Publisher Nordcurrent. Download MB. Game Description Welcome to the Curse of the Werewolves - a hidden object adventure game with blood-chilling visuals, mind-bending puzzles and an enthralling storyline.
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Your password must be a minimum of 6 characters and a maximum of characters, without spaces. The father-son duo donned the pelts, transformed into wolves and went on a killing rampage in the forest.
Their rampage ended when the father attacked his son, causing a lethal wound. The son only survived because a kind raven gave the father a leaf with healing powers.
Many so-called werewolves from centuries ago were in fact serial killers, and France had its fair share. In , Frenchmen Pierre Burgot and Michel Verdun allegedly swore allegiance to the devil and claimed to have an ointment that turned them into wolves.
After confessing to brutally murdering several children, they were both burned to death at the stake. Burning was thought to be one of the few ways to kill a werewolf.
According to legend, as a wolf he viciously killed children and ate them. He too was burned to death at the stake for his monstrous crimes.
Whether Burgot, Verdun or Garnier were mentally ill, acted under the influence of a hallucinogenic substance or were simply cold-blooded killers is up for debate.
To them, such heinous crimes could only be committed by a horrific beast such as the werewolf. Peter Stubbe, a wealthy, fifteenth-century farmer in Bedburg, Germany, may be the most notorious werewolf of them all.
According to folklore, he turned into a wolf-like creature at night and devoured many citizens of Bedburg.
Peter was eventually blamed for the gruesome killings after being cornered by hunters who claimed they saw him shape-shift from wolf to human form.
He experienced a grisly execution after confessing under torture to savagely killing animals, men, women and children—and eating their remains.
He also declared he owned an enchanted belt that gave him the power to transform into a wolf at will.
Not surprisingly, the belt was never found. Either way, the circumstances surrounding his life and death stoked rampant fears at the time that werewolves were on the loose.
Some legends maintain werewolves shape-shifted at will due to a curse. Others state they transformed with the help of an enchanted sash or a cloak made of wolf pelt.
Still others claim people became wolves after being scratched or bit by a werewolf. The study found that of the 91 violent, acute behavior incidents at the hospital between August and July , 23 percent happened during a full moon.
Patients attacked staff and displayed wolf-like behaviors such as biting, spitting and scratching. It is up to you to help Ashley unravel the secrets behind her grandmother's disappearance and save her from the looming threat of the ancient curse.
The search for Ashley's grandma will lead you through the dusty rooms of an old mansion and its eerie corridors. You will tread the misty moonlit forests, the rocky cliffs of the ocean shore and the echoing depths of the ancient passageways.
Many grisly secrets await you in the darkest corners of the mansion and many terrifying obstacles stand in your way. Soon you will discover that most of the mysteries have something in common, because they share the same grotesque detail Will Ashley be able to find her grandmother?
Will the dark and bloody secrets of the Curse of the Werewolves stay forever shrouded in obscurity?