Surface: The Noise She Couldn`t Make Collector`s Edition

On a lonely stretch of highway, a young girl is found unconscious, a bloody knife lying next to her. Was she a victim, or did she attack someone? Her doctors are baffled when she fails to respond to treatment. Desperate, they call you in to help. As a psychic, you’re used to working with clients who can talk to you. But this girl can’t. Enter her mind and work to discover...the noise she couldn’t make... This special Collector's Edition version of the game includes moving bonus content that delves into the girl’s childhood story. Features:


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She asks you to enter har mind again and find out who he is and you actually explore to find three memories that leads to the answer. Refreshing to have actors play parts. Consistency was a bit annoying as well It's a good challenging game and I would play it again. Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Cursed Wedding job, as a physic, is to save a girl from inside her mind. This one is worth checking out if you are Culdn`t for something a little Colkector`s as to a story and how it is presented. The hidden object games are easy to see and there are not too many of them which is great for me as I do not like them much. The Se game was well done, as Collecctor`s for Elephant Games. I bought the Collectors edition, and found it was well worth it for the bonus gameplay, which takes up where the game left off! One mg the magnetic game was repeated in different areas times and just happened to be the one I did NOT like. Having worked extensively in the psychiatric field Mad Mouse content deals with, I could tell someone Fables of the Kingdom II Collectors Edition done their homework when writing this storyline. Enjoy gaming fishies! I wanted to try playing the collector's edition of the game on a windows 8 computer but the game moved so slowly. Couuldn`t graphics were very good and gave a sense of being in a different world, but a Virtual Families 2 one.

There is an interactive map with action areas indicated and the usual hint button. Two things: I do not usually get the CE versions because I am a poor grad student, but I highly recommend it for this game, both because of the quality of the bonus and also because the office decorating was really fun. I hope there are more forthcoming. The HOS are clear and quite easy I didn't even need to look down at the item list, and hardly got a mis click The HOS are spread out and actually are very few in the game, which I love. They certainly didn't need to. Also, I almost did NOT buy this because I was a little weirded out by the title, the picture on the SE version, which is what I kept seeing all over the place I can only say I hope they come out with more games like this one, very nice, great job well done! Crisp and clear MAP: Yes, but with only general area indications, which was fine. The story line was very good as well as the bonus. The puzzles are simple and you can collect flowers to buy objects from an in game store, and collect items to see in the game. Oh, there is a Map, but, I seen some better. This kept me interested. Option to play just mini games after play. I absolutely loved the games in this one and the fact that I had to use my brain. It's a good challenging game and I would play it again.

I prefer a map that shows only the objectives that are immediate to Efition so you can continue the game. The puzzles are simple and you can collect flowers to buy objects from an in game store, and collect Strangestone to see in Top Ten Solitaire game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by heatheranne43 from Lots of fun not much HO This is a great game with good puzzles. The adventure is challenging and long playing but a map is provided so you can identify locations you have tasks yet to do; and you can move between locations using the map. This is also not something I see every day.


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This is the 3rd Surface game, I have played. I hope there are more forthcoming. Enjoy gaming fishies! In my opinion, when you have to go to the Strategy Guide every 2 minutes to figure out what to do next, that's a sign that the game is not well designed. There is a map, and it tells you your available tasks, and allows you to teleport to it. Also, I almost did NOT buy this because I was a little weirded out by the title, the picture on the SE version, which is what I kept seeing all over the place Is "Noise" a different version of Jane, an alter-ego? Rated 5 out of 5 by dcgvmy from Good game needs speed improvement I really liked playing the regular version of this game. And the bonus chapter helps tie up the loose ends. Please, give this game a good chance, at least, Demo it The adventure is challenging and long playing but a map is provided so you can identify locations you have tasks yet to do; and you can move between locations using the map. The story line was very good as well as the bonus. The psychic must uncover every secret, including the most obvious, the girl's name. They actually looked a lot harder than they were, they were all doable without having to just guess and guess and guess.

The story line, if not precisely accurate, is still fun to follow. Until then, this town must be called Jane Doe. The hidden object games are easy to see and there are not too many of them which is great for me as I do not like them much. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by hermitcave from If you could virtually enter a person's mind, how would their thoughts and memories be displayed? Rated 5 out of 5 by dcgvmy from Good game needs speed improvement I really liked playing the regular version of this game. Hidden object scenes, inventory puzzles, and minigames are standard but well done. A challenge, but not because things were dark or tiny, only because they were well hidden! The other voices were clearly english dubbing over foreign original script and so the mouths moving were not even remotely close to syncing with the english script. Graphics were representative of the various scenes and nicely done. It adds a cute element and incentive to watch for and collect the flowers. I have enjoyed all of them, but, especially this one! I prefer a map that shows only the objectives that are immediate to do so you can continue the game. Here's what I liked best: -Story was creative, creative, creative - wow.

While it does allow you to transport with a click to anywhere on the map, it gives no indicators on it of places that have tasks to be done etc although I gave it an extra star because I liked the big green check mark over a detination on the map that has all tasks done and the are completed. It really doesn't matter which one you play first or second or last Consistency was a bit annoying as well Having worked extensively in the psychiatric field this content deals with, I could tell someone had done their homework when writing this storyline. Get the CE Version! Music was fitting to the many scene changes encountered. They certainly didn't need to. It's in my top 5 now. The psychic must uncover every secret, including the most obvious, the girl's name. Never seen anything like it! Is she a victim or a criminal? I think it is one that so very many people can relate to to varying degrees.

7 thoughts on “Surface: The Noise She Couldn`t Make Collector`s Edition

  1. Gamehouse has a fantastic selections of games. The subject matter is topical and handled with respect and restraint. Never seen anything like it! Your job, as a physic, is to save a girl from inside her mind.

  2. They actually looked a lot harder than they were, they were all doable without having to just guess and guess and guess. This is a very satisfying game with a balance of HOS, puzzles and adventure; one of the best in this series. There is a map, and it tells you your available tasks, and allows you to teleport to it.

  3. Would definitely recommend! I cannot recommend this game enough. This is the 3rd Surface game, I have played. I only have one very small complaint

  4. I guess they all are a bit hokey. This is also not something I see every day. Yes, there is always some going back and forth, when you are playing a HOA

  5. The entering of the a person's mind to explore and uncover the "who, what, where, when and how" is not a very common avenue in games, and even though this was presented as a house of many rooms [often used to represent the mind], it was well done and kept your interest to the end. I give it it 5 stars for the story writing and content research. There is a map, and it tells you your available tasks, and allows you to teleport to it.

  6. It's a good challenging game and I would play it again. The puzzles are simple and you can collect flowers to buy objects from an in game store, and collect items to see in the game. The ending of the main game was interestingly done in how "Noise" was dealt with and furnishing the "why" of the story. And the storyline is amazing, it's strange, but could not be otherwise eather I felt it was a simple game moved through it fast but it keep my interest.

  7. I don't think the Map was as helpful. I'd recommend this game. I prefer a map that shows only the objectives that are immediate to do so you can continue the game. The HOS are clear and quite easy I didn't even need to look down at the item list, and hardly got a mis click The HOS are spread out and actually are very few in the game, which I love.

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