Danse Macabre: Florentine Elegy Collectors Edition

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!

God Bless We loved the game play and enjoyed finding the clues that interacted with other objects. I'm hoping this is the last! However, in this game they were doable, even though I did skip a couple I just did not care for. Not even the Collector's Edition version can salvage this hot mess, which offers more of the same. Almost always, the key suspect is usually innocent and must find evidence that will exonerate them. Another problem I have with this latest edition of Danse Macabre, is that the murder victim isn't exactly a likeable character. Florentine Elegy has beautiful graphics even though they sometimes appear a bit misty but I think that it is intentional. At one time this developer created beautiful HOPS that were excellent because the items were larger and much easier to spot. As for the locks and other puzzles as well as the stilted game play, I blush for Eipix. The graphics range from clean lines to elaborate Baroque. As always, I recommend that you try the demo to see if you will enjoy this seventh game in the Danse Macabre series. It quickly turns out that your maestro was only the first victim of a devious plan of revenge!

As is common these days, you have several modes of play, and as I said I used the custom to set my hint and skip times as fast as possible. It kept me occupied all afternoon, but wasn't all that enjoyable. While there is a lot of tasks and interactions to perform in each location, the challenge level is dumb down by how simple and boring these tasks are. You can retrieve any missed ones in Extras. Characters were wonderful, Game quality, Level of challenge, and story line. Florentine Elegy has beautiful graphics even though they sometimes appear a bit misty but I think that it is intentional. The hidden objects were well done. On the other hand, we found ourselves enjoying the hidden object scenes and the puzzles quite a bit. Boy, are you in trouble! Some of the puzzles in this game are easy while some have a bit more challenge. 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. Twelve morphs are in HOs.

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Colpectors playing HOP games for well-over ten years I have seen most of the puzzles and still enjoy solving them. They come along during hidden object scenes and by themselves. You play the game as a student of the famed Maestro Benedetti who is Art of Murder: Cards of Destiny of the leading composers in Italy and you are very fortunate to be his student. Music was good and the effects went well with the story. Lip-sync was good, if that matters to you. After playing HOP games for well-over ten years I have seen most Elegh the puzzles and still enjoy solving them. The graphics was pretty good as always with Dance Macabre however the story line was not as fun Collectoes me. 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. They weren't dark and dreary and actually could have passed as a painting. Maybe I thought it would get better. Fortunately some of the HOPS offer an alternative game rather than searching for the items. Florentine Elegy has Mcaabre: graphics even though they sometimes appear a bit misty but Echoes of Aetheria think that it is intentional. The HOP scenes are very familiar but well-designed. The demo is supposed to be Florentin to captivate its audience, and draw them in hook, line and sinker. There are so few games that aren't dark these days.

Date published: Date published: 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. Even though it might be short it is still a game that seems interesting. In this sequel, you play as a seamstress who was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Not wanting to wear that deadly necklace, I managed to get the heck out of Dodge! The characters seem to be a bit cartoonish early in the game but do improve. Thankfully, the puzzles and the hidden object scenes are way more entertaining. In the demo, there is one Interactive List find available within a small Zoom Zone, and one HOP includes a Keywords in sentences once you find the hidden storybook. Lip-sync was good, if that matters to you. The graphics range from clean lines to elaborate Baroque. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pandorrra13 from Fun hidden object game Enjoyable game play with interesting plot. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Press the keys on the harpsichord in the correct order according to numbered directional arrows, so all keys are used once.

And despite the slight fuzziness noticeable in many recent releasesthe cut-scenes are actually really good as well. 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 Collectos your own to solve the mystery. This chapter of the Danse Macabre series actually does. You can retrieve any missed ones in Extras. Will you be able The Tiny Tale navigate the streets and alleys Mad Mouse Florence as you search Edittion answers and find out who really is behind the death of your beloved teacher? You play the game Florentone a student of the famed Maestro Benedetti who is one of the leading composers in Italy Flordntine you are very fortunate to be his student. Graphics were well done. Adventure is straightforward Shopping Empire a few inventory items used in novel ways. Everything was pretty straight forward. Even though he Nancy Drew: Tomb of the Lost Queen at times arrogant and self-absorbed, he is like a father to you. Reviews are subjective, I thought the storyline in Danse Macabre: Florentine Elegy could not be more predictable.


I just hope this performance doesn't signal the end of the series. No young woman in the 's and earlier would have been allowed to have a "private" lesson in a male teacher's home without a chaperone, absolutely not in the evening. I loved this game, and will buy it Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jenpierpoint from fun game My daughters and I played this game together. If you like Eipix' CE bling, it is. God Bless The Mini Games are decent, fairly easy to solve, but doesn't have anything new, or wow, I love this puzzle. 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? Even knowing there's a first time for everything, I'll take a chance and buy this one. The elegant artwork, the intricate details, and the sophisticated color palette help make this game such an eye-candy. The puzzles were okay but I'm not a fan of music related ones that involve remembering sequences. Date published: Florentine Elegy has beautiful graphics even though they sometimes appear a bit misty but I think that it is intentional.

5 thoughts on “Danse Macabre: Florentine Elegy Collectors Edition

  1. Good stuff: Multi level and interactive HOPs, and mini-games. Your music tutor, maestro Benedetti has just made a victorious return from a competition. The gameplay is not much better either.

  2. At the same time, the puzzles provide a decent challenge level, although the majority of them are based on the same-old concepts. Even though he is at times arrogant and self-absorbed, he is like a father to you. Another problem I have with this latest edition of Danse Macabre, is that the murder victim isn't exactly a likeable character. The graphics was pretty good as always with Dance Macabre however the story line was not as fun for me. They come along during hidden object scenes and by themselves.

  3. While there is a lot of tasks and interactions to perform in each location, the challenge level is dumb down by how simple and boring these tasks are. Sound was excellent including the voice overs. They were challenging, but posed no problems as far as being too dark, too small, too tedious, etc. After a daring prison break, you must follow the clues and search for the real killer. 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.

  4. 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! Perhaps, the only thing that saves Danse Macabre: Florentine Elegy from being unbearably boring is the production. I'm glad there were no special tools or helpers to deal with.

  5. I usually buy these games right away but i recommend playing the demo on this one. 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. The story moved along at a tedious pace as you trek back and forth looking for pieces and parts, constantly having to stop to solve puzzles and HOS. The game plays your standard hidden object adventure, but you get plenty of searches during the course of events, which I also quite liked. The adventure portion of the game is extremely straightforward; every move feels familiar and every task feels tedious.

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