Dark City: Vienna Collectors Edition

4 Friends Games brings you the next exhilarating chapter in the Dark City series! When a masked assailant wreaks havoc on a theater in Vienna, you rush to investigate. You quickly arrive to find that this is no ordinary criminal. A dangerous phantom has descended on the local opera house, promising swift justice for past wrongs! This theater is filled with history and secrets. With the lives of both patrons and performers at stake, time is of the essence! Do you have what it takes to uncover the deadly secrets surrounding the opera and unmask the malevolent entity before it’s too late? Find out in this riveting Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!


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Can you save London? It feels like ever since the wonderful Sea of Lies and Nightmares from the Deep series ended, we have not been getting enough memorable pirate-themed adventures. For a fun experience with beautiful graphics and good game play, give it a try. The "fill the folder with clues and sort it out between chapters" trope is Queens Garden Christmas overdone and for a change, doesn't interfere too much with game flow. The year Collwctors I've loved everything about this game during the trial. Collect hidden dominoes and morphing objects as you play. The character were perfectly voiced. Interesting plot. I have grown weary of Dark Dimensions: Vengeful Beauty. Bonus game: really excellent. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Luluju from Beautiful Kept me asking for more. Overal Game Rating When the clock strikes

I have grown weary of it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Luluju from Beautiful Kept me asking for more. This is a solid game in all aspects, especially as a whodunit, whose storyline is always about catching a murderer. Can you save London? Never get lost with the strategy guide! It is a fun game with beautiful graphics. We play as The Detective, male POV with internal monologue restricted to the deduction scenes, with one gadget that lights up clues that real detectives would probably kill for. Cons: the puzzles in the main game are extremely easy, and the plot is peppered with ancillary characters that don't really add much to the story except complication. I am having a good time trying to figure out who the Phantom really is. And the developers are creative with clues and evidence. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow from Dark City: Vienna Collector's Efition I enjoy playing the games in this series and it's not often I play a game based on Austria so this makes a change for me Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by heartblob from show me your magic and I will show you mine!!! The character were perfectly voiced. The artwork was so clever with the sketch vibe and the vivid colors in the game play. I'll always be complaining about not enough scenery when the topic is Vienna, but what we see is well worth a little wandering. A reasonable amount of back-and-forth with a useful map.

Well done! And the developers are creative with clues and evidence. I love the detective! The game is also quite impressive when it comes to its audio. As well, there is a bit of music history with the appearance of Johann Strauss in the main game and the sequel Bonus Chapter, which Vienn to do with a muse and thoughtfully done. Overal Game Rating When the clock strikes Morphs to find and wooden alphabet letters to find. This is brought to life by high-quality graphics and some top-notch animations. Other features include a strategy guide, wallpapers, screensavers, concept art, soundtracks, videos, replayable hidden object scenes, replayable puzzles, achievements, collectibles, and morphing objects. Can Vkenna save Dark City: Vienna Collectors Edition Here our friend Johann Strauss naw, never heard of him needs help identifying his Muse and nearly pays for it with his life. Investigate the dark Maze: Subject 360 Collectors Edition and gather clues to hunt Citj: the killer and unlock the deadly secrets hidden inside the clock tower. The pacing of Colkectors game is excellent; I really appreciate the chapter designations, too. This game was perfection.


Collect hidden dominoes and morphing objects as you play. I'll always be complaining about not enough scenery when the topic is Vienna, but what we see is well worth a little wandering. While Edge of Reality: Mark of Fate is not on the level of the iconic classics mentioned, it is an exciting pirates adventure in its own right. When the clock strikes, London shall burn!. The helper successfully strikes the right balance between cute and annoying and the amulet gadget feels earned and not out-of-place. I love the detective! So many new things never done before. Investigate the dark alleys and gather clues to hunt down the killer and unlock the deadly secrets hidden inside the clock tower. There are new twists to the HO's and some of the puzzles. We play as The Detective, male POV with internal monologue restricted to the deduction scenes, with one gadget that lights up clues that real detectives would probably kill for. Pros: beautiful graphics, a fine if somewhat convoluted mystery with enough reveals per chapter to keep it interesting, very good voice acting albeit with some occasionally painful American accents, and lush music that fits the theme - you don't often hear comments on the music, but I liked this set a lot. This title was selected for its exceptional quality and overwhelmingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers. I have always liked 4 Friends Games and this one does not disappoint.

Gameplay-wise, Edge of Reality: Mark of Fate is fairly predictable. Great job on this game! Interesting plot. Other features include a strategy guide, wallpapers, screensavers, concept art, soundtracks, videos, replayable hidden object scenes, replayable puzzles, achievements, collectibles, and morphing objects. The pacing of the game is excellent; I really appreciate the chapter designations, too. Some amusing references to period composers. In any case you can free download mac os full game and play for free during test period. The artwork was so clever with the sketch vibe and the vivid colors in the game play. There are new twists to the HO's and some of the puzzles. I'll always be complaining about not enough scenery when the topic is Vienna, but what we see is well worth a little wandering. I have always liked 4 Friends Games and this one does not disappoint. Overall, a better than average whodunnit set in a beautiful locale. Overal Game Rating When the clock strikes I am having a good time trying to figure out who the Phantom really is.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow from Dark City: Vienna Collector's Efition I enjoy playing the games in this series and it's not often I play a game based on Austria so this makes a change for me Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by heartblob from show me your magic and I will show you mine!!! Yes, it is heavy on the puzzles but they are not real difficult There are new twists to the HO's and some of the puzzles. The character were perfectly voiced. Overall, a better than average whodunnit set in a beautiful locale. This is a solid game in all aspects, especially as a whodunit, whose storyline is always about catching a murderer. Pros: beautiful graphics, a fine if somewhat convoluted mystery with enough reveals per chapter to keep it interesting, very good voice acting albeit with some occasionally painful American accents, and lush music that fits the theme - you don't often hear comments on the music, but I liked this set a lot. Great mix of HO scenes. I'll always be complaining about not enough scenery when the topic is Vienna, but what we see is well worth a little wandering. The artwork was so clever with the sketch vibe and the vivid colors in the game play. Great job on this game! Find out in this Victorian hidden-object puzzle adventure game! The "fill the folder with clues and sort it out between chapters" trope is not overdone and for a change, doesn't interfere too much with game flow. We play as The Detective, male POV with internal monologue restricted to the deduction scenes, with one gadget that lights up clues that real detectives would probably kill for.

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Dark City: Vienna Collector's Edition, DEMO Part 1

3 thoughts on “Dark City: Vienna Collectors Edition

  1. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow from Dark City: Vienna Collector's Efition I enjoy playing the games in this series and it's not often I play a game based on Austria so this makes a change for me Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by heartblob from show me your magic and I will show you mine!!! This is brought to life by high-quality graphics and some top-notch animations. The helper successfully strikes the right balance between cute and annoying and the amulet gadget feels earned and not out-of-place. And the developers are creative with clues and evidence.

  2. Be sure to play the demo first. Well worth the price at full cost. Yes, it is heavy on the puzzles but they are not real difficult

  3. I loved that they switched up the hidden object puzzles from the standard list and silhouettes adding a new fun technique that I'm not spoiling for you here. To me, it is an excellent game and bonus chapter. So many new things never done before.

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