Surface: Game of Gods

From Elephant Games, makers of Mystery Trackers and Grim Tales, comes a new installment in their ground-breaking Surface series! When your friends, Jim, Kevin, and Maggie, invite you to participate in a paid research study, you jump at the chance. But things take a bizarre turn when you arrive to discover that Jim and Kevin are missing, and Maggie has just been abducted by a horrific figure! A strange game is spread out on the table, and every move could mean certain death. But you have no choice – you’ll have to play to save your friends’ lives… and your own. Can you make it to the end of the Game? Roll the dice and find out in the thrilling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!


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Select Godss tamed animal to collect the sail part. Her only choice was to sign the waiver and play, only this was no ordinary board game. Move Fort Defense the marked path. Select the plate of resin and the sail part to mend the hole. Just the right balance of challenge and playability. Solve the game by adjusting the ropes correctly. The stakes are high and the risk is intense, but there really is no other choice. Attempt to move ahead. Creative puzzles and hidden object scenes. Collect the Nordic Storm Solitaire of wire. Select the fuel and the lighter to ignite the fire. Gmae the objects you need and figure out how to put them to work so you can progress deeper into this dark realm. You play the part of Alice Russell, an innocent bystander who was drawn into this mess by her friends. Instead, each small section is dense with spots to zoom into and interact with. A grand setting with superb artwork and music.

Select the hot coal to melt the ice; collect the mysterious card. Move through the marked path. Insert the leaf clasp; collect the enchanted pen and combine it with the mysterious card to trigger a mini game. One of the best things about Surface: Game of Gods is its setting. But how about playing a game about a game? Select the tamed animal to collect the sail part. Instead, each small section is dense with spots to zoom into and interact with. Surface: Game of Gods is a surprisingly self-aware hidden object game that plays with the concept of multiple magical worlds in a dark and surreal modern day setting. Leave a Reply Your email address will not be published. Hidden object games, puzzle games, board games, you name it! Surface: Game of Gods is a fairly linear game that keeps your avenues for exploration tightly controlled, especially during the first few chapters. Place the animal collar card onto the animal; collect the tamed animal and use him to collect the plate. Select the spool of wire to bind the logs.

The stakes are high and the risk is intense, but there really is no other choice. Place the animal collar card onto the animal; collect the The Fool animal and use him to collect the plate. Solve the game by clicking the buttons to create the correct image. Select the hot coal to melt the ice; collect the mysterious card. Speak to Sir Leroy; collect the pirate Hero of the Kingdom II. Surface: Game of Gods is a fairly linear game that keeps your Surfaxe: for exploration tightly controlled, especially during the first few chapters. Solve the game Godz adjusting the ropes correctly. This feels like an Advanced Dungeons and Dragons campaign squeezed into a hidden object world. Solve the game by connecting the dots correctly.


Grab the objects you need and figure out how to put them to work so you can progress deeper into this dark realm. One of the best things about Surface: Game of Gods is its setting. Instead, each small section is dense with spots to zoom into and interact with. Her only choice was to sign the waiver and play, only this was no ordinary board game. You have to play the Game of Gods, and you have to win. The Bad Some of the mini-games feel a bit lacking. She arrived at a mysterious location to find a creepy guy waiting for her in front of a board game. As soon as Alice rolls the dice she opens a portal to another world. Select the plate of resin and the sail part to mend the hole. Just the right balance of challenge and playability. And since her friends are trapped within, she steps inside, as well. Solve the game by clicking the buttons to create the correct image.

Select the spool of wire to bind the logs. Select the freedom rune card to use on the skeleton. Both pop up quite frequently and always deliver some fun diversions. Move down once. And how about that game-within-a-game is so dangerous that you and your best friends might not survive? Attempt to move ahead. Click the cup and the card. A grand setting with superb artwork and music. Creative puzzles and hidden object scenes. Select the tamed animal to collect the sail part. Collect the animal collar. Grab the objects you need and figure out how to put them to work so you can progress deeper into this dark realm. Click the mysterious card to trigger a mini game. Collect the spool of wire.

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Surface: Game of Gods

She arrived at a mysterious location to find a creepy guy waiting for her in front of a board game. Move to Sea Island. Move to Sea Island to trigger a mini game. Surface: Game of Gods is a fairly linear game that keeps your avenues for exploration tightly controlled, especially during the first few chapters. Insert the leaf clasp; collect the enchanted pen and combine it with the mysterious card to trigger a mini game. Select the freedom rune card to use on the skeleton. The Bad Some of the mini-games feel a bit lacking. Solve the game by clicking the buttons to create the correct image. One of the best things about Surface: Game of Gods is its setting. You have to play the Game of Gods, and you have to win. Select the fuel and the lighter to ignite the fire. Collect the freedom rune card.

7 thoughts on “Surface: Game of Gods

  1. The Bad Some of the mini-games feel a bit lacking. Click the cup and the card. Move to Sea Island to trigger a mini game.

  2. Move down once. Her only choice was to sign the waiver and play, only this was no ordinary board game. Collect the spool of wire.

  3. Move down once. Attempt to move ahead. Just the right balance of challenge and playability.

  4. Select the plate to collect the plate of resin. Solve the game by selecting the arrows to guide the raft. In hidden object puzzles, for example, you might be matching pairs of items or work from a group of silhouettes instead of a text list. This feels like an Advanced Dungeons and Dragons campaign squeezed into a hidden object world.

  5. Select the freedom rune card to use on the skeleton. Solve the game by selecting the arrows to guide the raft. Move to Sea Island to trigger a mini game. The Bad Some of the mini-games feel a bit lacking. Insert the leaf clasp; collect the enchanted pen and combine it with the mysterious card to trigger a mini game.

  6. Move to the area Outside the Temple. You play the part of Alice Russell, an innocent bystander who was drawn into this mess by her friends. A grand setting with superb artwork and music. And how about that game-within-a-game is so dangerous that you and your best friends might not survive?

  7. Good luck. Speak to Sir Leroy; collect the pirate key. Insert the leaf clasp; collect the enchanted pen and combine it with the mysterious card to trigger a mini game. Her only choice was to sign the waiver and play, only this was no ordinary board game. Move to the area Outside the Temple.

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