Elefun Games proudly presents the newest addition to the Fear For Sale series! Your writing session for your latest Fear For Sale magazine article is interrupted when a ghostly figure calls out to you for help! Since the opening of a new amusement attraction, people have gone missing from Drammond Island. Can you find the missing people and stop the mysterious kidnapper in time? Find out in this haunting hidden-object puzzle adventure!
Diamond collects souls for his ritual. The story line is quite simple, and often seen: someone is missing and you must find them while, of course, overcoming every stumbling block tossed in your path. The Standard Edition ends concludingly. This is where the adventure really began to scare me. The quality of the scenes stays consistent through to the end and several of them are wonderful! That's about it. Simon says? It did mine. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by fishaddict from Good story, excellent HO puzzles! It is not the best in the series, but a pretty decent game. It is for everyone. Good Luck! Also, because this Simon figure remains vague and indescript. Others will go into depth about the story, so I won't bore you with the details. There is really nothing we haven't seen before in the mini games or hidden objects, but they were fun to do and that's what counts.
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The graphics and sounds are not outstanding, but they are rather nice. The story is pretty much like the rest. I wish the graphics had been high definition and more special effects in the animation. Not possible to disable black-bar tips. A lot of thought must have been taken to ensure the excellent pacing of this game. Also, because this Simon figure remains vague and indescript. Dolphin Dice Slots is not the best in the series, but a pretty decent game. Has Clarissa Marlow, who is the manager of this hazardous game, to do with it? She does discuss in her diary the terms of the Will. Challenged or chased by another car, she manages to miss the bend and dives her vehicle headlong, no, hoodlong straight into the lake. The Standard Edition ends concludingly. In any case a huge improvement to the last Keeper of Antiques, where we shoot one single A Vampire Romance: Paris Stories and defeat it in ten seconds. In addition, people are being kidnapped and it's up to Emma and her phenomenal Ghost Whisperer journalism skills Mad Mouse get to the bottom of this fantastic suspense thriller. Maybe Fear for Sale could simply be a peculiar, savage crime story.
A few items are irritatingly put invisibly into black corners. In addition, people are being kidnapped and it's up to Emma and her phenomenal investigative journalism skills to get to the bottom of this fantastic suspense thriller. In this series:. Maybe Fear for Sale could simply be a peculiar, savage crime story. Aside from the supernaturally overcharged story, it's a solid game in familiar Elefun quality. They lost me here. It was fun and kept me entertained during a rainy Florida day. Others will go into depth about the story, so I won't bore you with the details. The story held together all the way through and wasn't just thrown together like so many. These missing people could for example have been abducted for medical experiments, Dr. Just the HOPs are, compared to those multi-layered Super HOPs they have in other games, a bit average; we often get only slightly interactive, plain lists. The chase ultimately takes you to a strange location known as "Drammond Island" as you follow clues left by Linda and Tim.
I thought it was genius that the "baddie" creatures were made more benign rather than frightening. The only problems I encountered were some of the objects Druid Kingdom so small I just couldn't see them even after using a hint. The adventure part of the game involves an overwhelming amount of childish tasks and predictable actions. Can you locate the missing people just in time before becoming the next Fwar of this serial kidnapper yourself? Following up on a missing persons investigation, Emma finds herself chasing after Linda Swan and her brother Tim. Dolphin Dice Slots is really nothing Dakness haven't seen before in the mini games or hidden objects, but they were fun When In Rome do and that's what counts. Puzzles are amusing to play, but as usual on the easy side. The only big difference in this story and so many others was the continuity. Each step you take leads you deeper into the unfolding of this story. With several degrees of difficulty to choose from, I used the custom to have a quick hint and skip button.
Give this edition a chance and see for yourself why I choose the 4. This is not a very complicated game, nor are the HO sequences or mini-puzzles. It showed where things needed to be done and would transport. I was a big leery about it from the demo, but decided I would go ahead and purchase it I'm glad I did. Very relaxing and mysterious, not disturbing. They lost me here. The music wasn't intrusive and like the effects went along with the action. Nevertheless, it's not a simple clicking-through. You soon learn that Guests who participate in "explore Abandoned House Quest" must sign a non-disclosure agreement from Quest management. This game seemed to lack that authenticity of a true detective drama. HOPs might also contain background information about the puzzling story. There is a mini game, where we shoot simultanously five of the apeish monster critters with a water cannon, and it is indeed funny and challenging. That's about it.
I enjoyed it. Date published: In this series:. It showed where things needed to be done and would transport. Hidden object scenes were mostly lists, but there were others tossed in to make it interesting. We know what we get and feel right at home: splendid visual art with lovingly added details to interact, enthralling and surprising music, a good game-pace, collectibles and morphing objects in every scene. Frankly, I'm a bit fed up with soul collecting and rescueing people, oddly still alive, from soul vessels Good graphics, music and story. HOPs might also contain background information about the puzzling story. The Standard Edition ends concludingly. Nevertheless, it's not a simple clicking-through. The bonus chapter is a sequel, but not necessary for the story. Unless Elefun Games can come up with anything much more memorable next time around, Fear For Sale might as well be retired. I do like that feature. This was a decent game.