Danse Macabre: Crimson Cabaret Collectors Edition

From Eipix, the studio that brought you Final Cut and Myths of the World, comes a thrilling mystery set deep in the heart of Paris! Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, the world-famous artist, has come to you for help! Who murdered his friend Sophie, the leading lady of La Parisienne cabaret? It’s time to gather up the suspects. Was it the clumsy stagehand? Or maybe it was the jealous Baron… Explore the city of Paris as you gather and examine evidence that will point you to the true killer. But watch your step – a masked figure is watching you from around every corner! Make sure this thrilling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure isn’t your last! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:


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And of course the one cliched thing about the storyline is the "mysterious masked bad guy who somehow appears in every scene" trope, Dansf is a minor gripe, given how nicely the rest of the characters were portrayed. It's entertaining, great graphics - puzzles are not too hard I don't mind a challenge but hate it when the puzzles are impossible! Finding the windmills was very pleasant but I missed Danse Macabre: Crimson Cabaret Collectors Edition. And one must read the credits at the end, quite a few made me me giggle, and cant wait for the next one. Fell in love with this game since I started playing the demo. I did like that you could save all of the music at one time in one folder. I loved the scenes of Paris, you'll feel as though you The Timebuilders: Pyramid Rising visited this gorgeous city. Instead of a diary, the game includes an Evidence Board; even though it is not one of those evidence boards where you can arrange clues and evidence on your own, it provides a clear overview of all of the stories leading to the conclusion as well as details of the suspects. I had a nice time playing this game as for my opinion the new games of this year have a childishness. It's also not hard to play so I really recommend it to anyone who wants both to solve mystery and have fun in late XIX century, Art Nouveau France. Exition developers really put a lot into this one. I honestly don't think the bonus stuff was The Keeper of Antiques: The Revived Book it. Definitely a keeper. Some of the mini-games were quite challenging, Edigion in a "use your brain" sort of way rather than a "frustratingly picky controls" or "senseless logic" kind of way. The music is engaging and somehow, puts additional thrill to the game.

Anyway, I didn't have to skip any which is always a good feeling. Finding the windmills was very pleasant but I missed some. A good length too. With unsurpassed visual and technical style, Eipex once again delivers a consistently engaging and exciting game with a storyline steeped in rich historical and artistic tradition. All the locations are very classy while maintaining a respectable level of mystery and suspense, the colors are mostly bright and the graphics are downright stunning. Murder-mystery is no doubt one of the more popular themes in the HOPA fields, many were unmemorable and only a few has really succeeded. But still, the Crimson Cabaret is obviously based on the famous Parisian cabaret so, a rose, by any other name, is still a rose. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andibeard from A Lot of Bang for your Buck I enjoyed this game tremendously for several reasons. I did like that you could save all of the music at one time in one folder. First off, the title suggests it's going to be one of those dark and grim games, and though it is a murder mystery, it has more of the feel of an Agatha Christie story than the usual bleaker-toned BF offerings. I didn't like much of that. I loved the scenes of Paris, you'll feel as though you have visited this gorgeous city. I didn't like the bonus room, it was rushed.

And one must read the Moai VI: Unexpected Guests at the end, quite a few made me me giggle, and cant wait for the next one. Date published: I liked the first Danse Macabre game and this one seems just a tad bit better in every aspect. Another detective feature included in Crimson Cabaret is the Forensic Kit; a very clever way to drive the story forward. That one was something perfect. First off, the title suggests it's going to be one of those dark and grim games, and though it is a murder mystery, it has more of the feel of an Agatha Christie story than the usual bleaker-toned Cqbaret offerings.


Overall, I found this game to be a good balance of visuals, story, and the right level of challenge without being frustratingly hard to too easy to figure out. Also refreshing! It's brill, I promise. That one was something perfect. They add a little thriller to the atmosphere of the game, and the background soundtracks are nothing near annoying. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andibeard from A Lot of Bang for your Buck I enjoyed this game tremendously for several reasons. Bottom line - I love the game and fully recommend it! They have had some hits and misses but lately everything they release is a winner in my book. I did like that you could save all of the music at one time in one folder. As expected from Eipix, the cutscenes in this game are also top-notch; featuring smooth animations and gorgeous graphics. There are mini-games and HO's you can play after finishing the game as well as stills and movies from the game and a Making Of feature. Lots to do here! Don't turn down the music when you play, guys.

The game itself is well-designed, with nice graphics and some thought going into the variety of HOS and mini-game types. I have long since stopped demo'ing Eipex games, I just buy them. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by areti7 from A great brilliant game The developer gave us an excellent game with great extras as well. I love this series of games. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andibeard from A Lot of Bang for your Buck I enjoyed this game tremendously for several reasons. Murder-mystery is no doubt one of the more popular themes in the HOPA fields, many were unmemorable and only a few has really succeeded. But still, the Crimson Cabaret is obviously based on the famous Parisian cabaret so, a rose, by any other name, is still a rose. Some of the mini-games were quite challenging, but in a "use your brain" sort of way rather than a "frustratingly picky controls" or "senseless logic" kind of way. All the locations are very classy while maintaining a respectable level of mystery and suspense, the colors are mostly bright and the graphics are downright stunning. I suppose the title was changed from Moulin Rouge to Crimson Cabaret out of copyright issue, right? We play this game for the sake of the game itself and not whether or not it's illogical that we didn't get arrested for picking out stuff in somebody's place. Instead of a diary, the game includes an Evidence Board; even though it is not one of those evidence boards where you can arrange clues and evidence on your own, it provides a clear overview of all of the stories leading to the conclusion as well as details of the suspects.

The main game was superb. The story line was good - I like mysteries and your 'journal' gives you list of suspects and the information updates as you play along. Graphics were more than excellent ,One of the best for this year. The overall difficulty of the game can be slightly too easy, especially for avid HOPA fans who are likely to be flying through this game. If I had to do it over I would just buy the standard edition. It's also not hard to play so I really recommend it to anyone who wants both to solve mystery and have fun in late XIX century, Art Nouveau France. I had a nice time playing this game as for my opinion the new games of this year have a childishness. But still, the Crimson Cabaret is obviously based on the famous Parisian cabaret so, a rose, by any other name, is still a rose. The bonus scene is not really connected to the main game's storyline, so people who don't buy the CE won't be missing any of the plot. I love this series of games. Other reviewers said everything already so I'll keep this short. Would recommend to others.

3 thoughts on “Danse Macabre: Crimson Cabaret Collectors Edition

  1. I liked the first Danse Macabre game and this one seems just a tad bit better in every aspect. As expected from Eipix, the cutscenes in this game are also top-notch; featuring smooth animations and gorgeous graphics. All the locations are very classy while maintaining a respectable level of mystery and suspense, the colors are mostly bright and the graphics are downright stunning. I loved the scenes of Paris, you'll feel as though you have visited this gorgeous city. With unsurpassed visual and technical style, Eipex once again delivers a consistently engaging and exciting game with a storyline steeped in rich historical and artistic tradition.

  2. The bonus scene is not really connected to the main game's storyline, so people who don't buy the CE won't be missing any of the plot. And one must read the credits at the end, quite a few made me me giggle, and cant wait for the next one. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by areti7 from A great brilliant game The developer gave us an excellent game with great extras as well. In this series:. Clever and relaxing game.

  3. They have had some hits and misses but lately everything they release is a winner in my book. The main game was superb. I did enjoy collecting the windmills throughout the game, but after you have them all, it doesn't do anything special. I didn't like the bonus room, it was rushed. The story line was good - I like mysteries and your 'journal' gives you list of suspects and the information updates as you play along.

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