The Unseen Fears: Stories Untold

GrandMa Studios Limited brings you the latest fantastic installment of The Unseen Fears series! You're off to Prague for a well-deserved vacation! But your fun is cut short when someone calls to you for help from inside a book of fairy tales! You're in for the story of a lifetime as you investigate a missing author's home to find the origins of a dangerous other-worldly magic. Can you save those trapped in the stories, or will you join them as a permanent character? Find out in this gripping Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

The game has four pop-up story book hops that are fun and pretty. I believe you can go back after you finish the bonus game and find any that you might have missed. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Italia47 from Not a perfect game but a sheer pleasure to play!! I love Grandma Studios--they are attentive to detail, artwork is snap-on, the mechanics-structure-organization of their games is one of the best around. I just thought the girl that appeared quite early in the game got a little lost while playing… in the end she was just mentioned once and that was it. The storyline was okay. I did like the use of the YouTuber as a co-star in the game. I don't usually buy CE but this one was a buy. I enjoyed saving those trapped in the stories. I felt I got a whole lot of bang for my buck out of this game! Perhaps Nathaniel can do something about those horrible accents while he's on Va-ca in Tale World. This game is just pure fun. So very much enjoyed playing the game. It seems like developers are using puzzles to either cover up a weak game plot OR using them as gameplay time extenders.


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Considering what I had been playing previously, I'm giving this wonderful game a straight five-star rating! I loved the character accents! You play as Vera the Vlogger going on a Ghostbusting investigation at Martins estate which he claims is haunted. Think of it as a good book with lots of twists and turns. They are in the main game and bonus chapter. I Unssen the relaxing mini-games. They aren't the SpongeBob SquarePants Obstacle Odyssey 2 transparent ones. No logic to where some things ended up being. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by shelterhill from Nice game I played the ce version but this standard edition will be fine. When I saw the first few bad ones but this is perfect although much shorter than the other games I enjoyed it the worlds were very beautiful and the fairytales intersting I can't wait for the next installment Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 The Unseen Fears: Stories Untold pinkiii from Love this Game I bought it the day it Tje released, before reading any reviews. The story line is interesting and the Robin Hood: Country Heroes are very enjoyable. The story line, while not original, is a good one with excellent replay value. Give it a go and you decide for yourself.

Loved the flow of the game, the music, the voiceovers. The colors are bright and cheerful despite the drama, the puzzles are fun, it has morphies and collectibles, which I always enjoy, and altogether, I'm having a wonderful time playing the game. Yes, the very first scene should have been my clue to leave this game alone. I like characters like in this game. It seems like developers are using puzzles to either cover up a weak game plot OR using them as gameplay time extenders. Nathaniel feels an urge prolly just caused by unjustified vacation regrets to take a gander at a Book in the display window, after all, it's glowing with a green paranormal hue, no tattoo necessary to put 2 and 2 together here folks. Nice bit of modernization to the storyline. I just thought the girl that appeared quite early in the game got a little lost while playing… in the end she was just mentioned once and that was it. Storyline is nothing new. I have enjoyed myself with this game and that's enough. The graphics are great. Its long so good bang for your buck. Most of the HO scenes are colorful and the items to find are clear and recognizable.

Yes, I definitely recommend this game. You play as Vera the Vlogger going on a Ghostbusting investigation at Martins estate which he claims is haunted. Their are 3 long chapters and a Utnold chapter. Then I read the reviews, I thought are you all playing the same game as Feard: Your in Prague, Czech Republic. Even the bonus has a decent length. Good Job Grandma Studios! Had to have the full game! This game is so much better than the few reviews claim. Of course, there was the obligational lemon juice on rust and oil on zipper scenes, but at least there wasn't a newspaper until the door to catch a key routine. I think the accents of the voice actors are spot on. The game has four pop-up story book hops that are fun and pretty. Usneen HOPs were all different styles but there were repeat scenes. I was leery of the small number of chapters, 7 Wonders: Ancient Alien Makeover I assure you that this is a fairly long game. The colors are great and have Uhtold depth.


Considering what I had been playing previously, I'm giving this wonderful game a straight five-star rating! I don't usually buy CE but this one was a buy. I played on advanced mode and still need to finish it but it is fun. I think the accents of the voice actors are spot on. Their are 3 long chapters and a bonus chapter. I enjoyed saving those trapped in the stories. You might ask what happened that caused me to dislike the game? Almost didn't buy it because of the negative reviews for the CE version by some of the regular reviewers. This is why I read the reviews and then decide for myself. I'm sure you'll enjoy it as much as I have. I guess I kept hoping that Stories Untold would improve because the graphics were beautiful, and those early HO scenes were excellent. Give it a go and you decide for yourself. Well done Grandma. Beyond easy!

Most of the puzzles have some substance to them, and that's the only thing I liked about this game. The Pop-up Storybook would start out with one page and required you to find a handful of items that matched the Silhouetted Shapes. Anyone who would have wandered into this scenario would have sufficed, but he's the star of the series and it's always fun to use his magic tattoo to battle evil. Yes, I definitely recommend this game. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by bustig49 from Just a lot of fun I don't know why the 2 star reviews other than maybe they were adults who were wanting something more than a fairytale. The puzzles were between easy and moderate in difficulty. The difficulty level is just right; I think I used the first hint in scene 4. Its long so good bang for your buck. And that is the main reason I play these games. I'm sure you'll enjoy it as much as I have. Nathaniel feels an urge prolly just caused by unjustified vacation regrets to take a gander at a Book in the display window, after all, it's glowing with a green paranormal hue, no tattoo necessary to put 2 and 2 together here folks. No logic to where some things ended up being. I think the accents of the voice actors are spot on.

7 thoughts on “The Unseen Fears: Stories Untold

  1. Nathaniel feels an urge prolly just caused by unjustified vacation regrets to take a gander at a Book in the display window, after all, it's glowing with a green paranormal hue, no tattoo necessary to put 2 and 2 together here folks. The gameplay was great. Their are 3 long chapters and a bonus chapter.

  2. I guess I kept hoping that Stories Untold would improve because the graphics were beautiful, and those early HO scenes were excellent. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Italia47 from Not a perfect game but a sheer pleasure to play!! Mostly in cut scenes but I've pick up some that aren't, are dragonflies that you can buy storybook collectibles.

  3. I'm sure you'll enjoy it as much as I have. Immersive and intriguing with suspense and beauty combined to make a great game. When I saw the first few bad ones but this is perfect although much shorter than the other games I enjoyed it the worlds were very beautiful and the fairytales intersting I can't wait for the next installment Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pinkiii from Love this Game I bought it the day it was released, before reading any reviews.

  4. You play as Vera the Vlogger going on a Ghostbusting investigation at Martins estate which he claims is haunted. I'm sure you'll enjoy it as much as I have. The bonus chapter starts at the house of horrors.

  5. Great all around. The only thing I found wrong is counting up the dragonflies in the guide and not coming up with the right number but it worked out since I could retrieve the ones I missed Now my new favorite. Of course, there was the obligational lemon juice on rust and oil on zipper scenes, but at least there wasn't a newspaper until the door to catch a key routine. When I saw the first few bad ones but this is perfect although much shorter than the other games I enjoyed it the worlds were very beautiful and the fairytales intersting I can't wait for the next installment Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pinkiii from Love this Game I bought it the day it was released, before reading any reviews.

  6. Although I like Nathanel, he wasn't really even necessary to the story. The story line interesting and flows nicely. This is an average-length chapter that takes place over 7 different scene locations.

  7. Perhaps Nathaniel can do something about those horrible accents while he's on Va-ca in Tale World. Had to have the full game! You play as Vera the Vlogger going on a Ghostbusting investigation at Martins estate which he claims is haunted. You might ask what happened that caused me to dislike the game? This is why I read the reviews and then decide for myself.

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