Big Fish Editor's Choice! This title was chosen for its high standard of quality and amazingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers. It's the end of the world... at least in Oakville. Find out what's really happening in a town where everyone seems to be missing, and a strange mystic is warning citizens of the coming apocalypse. As fans of the Phantasmat series know, it's hard to tell who's really dead and who's really alive in this world. The eerie continuation comes from Eipix, makers of the popular Final Cut and Myths of the World games! Play a new variety of puzzles and hidden-object games, including interactive morphing scenes, silhouettes, and multiple zoom HOPs. See what our Beta testers had to say: “What an excellent installment to the Phantasmat series. Everything I have come to expect from Eipix games was there. I love these guys!” - Cora, Beta Tester “Eipix never lets us down. This new addition to the Phantasmat series is deliciously creepy - can't wait for the release :)” - Selma, Beta TesterI had a blast with this game and highly recommend it. One star for the voice overs and conversation which really breaks the monotony. There are 7 chapters with the bonus play. I never lose track of time during these demos, but I did this time. Nightingale's permission, of course The Hidden Object Scenes are all over the board, and there are several smaller HOP's within zoomed in locations. For all intent, this could have been a CE. Hard to tell, at first, who was alive or dead, good or evil. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gndsimons from Phantasmat Scores Again! So DEV if you want a hit like Phantasmat 1 you need outstanding music! Some require multiples of items found to unlock a tool which in turn unlocks listed items, there are sketches of items to find, and even multiple morphing item finds. The shadows are closing in. As the storm rages on through the gloomy night, a wayward traveler gets lost in the forest wilderness of the American northeast and stumbles upon a seemingly deserted town of Oakville.
I recommend this game. And that is high praise, indeed. The Phantasmat series by Eipix is one of the classic series that continues to impress. Well done. I beta-tested The Dread of Oakville, and this review is based on that limited but awe-inspiring experience. So this will be real quick. I play a lot of games at the same time so it always helps if I have a storyline refresher. Great storyline, graphics a bit dark , interesting mini games and very long game play. I have noticed you have a few games and you make new installments from 6 months to a year. I bought two others "Phantasmat" and shall buy this one too! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Kimmycoo from A Bit Short Shorter than I would have liked, but a really beautiful game nonetheless. I guess it's a filter. It was a pleasure to play, and it can be a good addition to your collection of good games.
It would totally fix the prob with lip movement that I see a lot of the reviewers complain about. Extra feature - morphing objects. The graphics are good, if a bit dark, but that is just the ambience. Also very different. I found the Souv coll to be a moot point. You know music is good when you hunt down the creator on google Collect morphing objects to unlock a list of HO objects. It was set up kindof like the silent films of the 's. One star for the voice overs and conversation which really breaks the monotony. From the quality of this game and others by this developer, I know all the special features will be great. One can choose no Tutorial, Full Tutorial, or a tutorial only for uncommon features. But none of these things will unlock additional content.
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Nightingale has other plans for you, the question though, is Mr. Date published: Rated Phantasma: out of 5 by gndsimons from Phantasmat Scores Again! The rest of the game is still really Zumas Revenge, but focuses more on the plot and less on the undead, in fact I think only a few were shown after the demo! The hidden The Unseen Fears: Outlive games are great though, a strange thing for me to say because I like mini games better usually. It wasn't just the same old, tired lists. The Phantasmat series by Eipix is one of the classic series that continues to impress. Nightingale ready for you? So DEV if you want Editkon hit like Phantasmat 1 you need outstanding music! I say, buy the CE because this game has an enormous number of extras, even more than most. The graphics are very beautiful. So you get the ambience without the grayness. Date published: Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kateblue from Too good to quit and hTe to sleep. It was a pleasure to play, and it can be a good addition to your collection of good rDead. These have been nice spooky titles, easy to see, fun to play, and a little more original than many on offer.
Also very different. I buy these games for the enjoyment, not necessarily the challenge - and the developers are trying to please all age and ability levels. In one you will try to find 5 related objects twice , like tools and chains, that lead into a new HO scene where the final reward object is eventually obtained. Not only can you play the mini games and the HOS over, but you can play the match 3 games that you could have played instead of the HOS over. This game captivated me right from the start. You definitely won't find any cuddly puppies, fire breathing dragons or curious kittens in this game, just you alone in this creepy little town wondering if you are alive This town is as creepy as it gets, and missing person fliers are everywhere, but you don't seem to have a problem finding these people, man they're everywhere! This should definitely be a five star game. I will not be going into detail about the story see "sunnyglow", "pennmom36", et al, for that , but will offer info about what I liked below. Great job. Wish there had been more and wish all games would dump Concept art for these instead. You can even opt for a Match 3 game in place of the HOP. I already own the CE. Excellent voice-overs. And that is high praise, indeed.
The HOS were done very well and there was a good variety to them - morphing objects, silhouettes, lists - I enjoyed that. Chap 1 is 5 pgs. Great job. I thought the variety of Age of Mahjong which were not easy and the new play on the hos was absolutely awesome. Now the problem is, I want to Chocolate Shop Frenzy playing but I need sleep. When offered these 4 choices I go right to Custom to tailor my game play experience. I also love the lack of things on the screen, like inventory and all the menu buttons and stuff. Cut scenes were excellent along with characters and dialog.