The Unseen Fears: Outlive

Grandma Studios presents the next thrilling installment of The Unseen Fears series! A new reality show is entrancing the globe, but not in a good way. When strange things start happening on the set of the nation’s most popular show, it’s up to you to save the contestants and yourself! With dark forces around every turn, do you have what it takes to save the world from a horrible fate? Find out in this stirring hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

Your first objective has to be the studio, where the show was broadcasted. You have to collect all of them to unlock the Hidden Chapter which is hops and jjigsaw related and very short. I don't normally purchase the CE edition of games unless I think they are going to be very good and I felt that way about this game so with the sale I purchased it and I do not regret it at all! Of course I skipped some of the puzzles i. I love being in regular modern, everyday settings instead of the same old same old, overly colored fantasy lands, or dark dreary, broken down, ugly, bug infested environments which we see a lot of. It's a long game, too. The artwork is beautiful, fun to look at, and contemporary. They are not too heavy and you can play with ease. The hidden object scenes were really good! There are more puzzles than HOPs, but puzzles are mostly easy to mildly challenging. Give this a try; don't take the bad reviews at face value. Date published: Some different actions you don't see in other games.


Des filles The Unseen Fears: Outlive

You are not, The Unseen Fears: Outlive you play as Nathaniel, well known from your first adventure in Amsterdam, where your psychic abilities came handy in solving a Braveland of ritualistic murders. Hints were great. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Foofoob from Quadrium and fun I absolutely loved this game -- I didn't have to think too hard which is handy right after the holidays : and the graphics and gameplay were superb. When it comes to other aspects like the hidden object scenes and the puzzles, they are well-integrated into the The Unseen Fears: Outlive, but can be predictable and lacking in challenge. Unfortunately, the mini-games were easy enough for a 5-yr-old. Well, the story seems a bit Defense of Roman Britain at the beginning but then develops only really later. You can communicate with the paranormal and once you pick up the monster's tattoo, you either: put pictures together picking up objects from one scene and placing in another with the story of the beginning from each released captive progressing each time; or: you will be given insight to an object you may be looking for. I love being in regular modern, everyday settings instead of the same old same old, overly colored fantasy lands, or dark dreary, broken down, ugly, bug infested environments which we see a lot of. This game is new and fresh. They had like three Unween in all the whole chapters, and I think Outljve could have a lot more. When you enter the Outlive Fan Outlivr at LA, all guests are eagerly waiting for the start of the show and their eyes are focused on the big TV screen above the bar. Your first objective has to be the studio, where the show was broadcasted. The Bad.

I liked the modern approach and somewhat different theme versus the typical fairy tale or macabre story line. I have never seen this before Going from movie studio to jungle scenes and back again was incredible. The bonus chapter takes place 2 months before our main story. I think BFG has enough info for the story line for my taste. Unfortunately, the mini-games were easy enough for a 5-yr-old. The graphics I find very well also the animation of the characters. They have some new type hops that are like graphic novels. There are four types of play -- I usually choose Custom; the hidden objects are good but you have more mini-games, some of which are quite challenging. There are more puzzles than HOPs, but puzzles are mostly easy to mildly challenging. But really will be this time, we swear! The light green are peridot. You have all the standard things -- note book, map and hint key.

Great value - More than some of the more established series offered on Big Fish. This game is new and fresh. This is a nice little touch to the game, but again, not something we have not seen Bumps. I love it when something actually new comes up! I think BFG has enough info for the story line for my taste. The story line, the music, graphics and puzzles were all a lot of fun. It's basically a bit of a rift on the show survivor, someone with a broken heart finds what Summertime Mahjong think is an immunity idol but Charma: The Land of Enchantment the end, it turns out she unleashes a very old very baddddddddddd evil entity. Interesting gameplay, beautiful art, pleasant sounds and music. You can get some information on the show and your drink, then the show starts.


Dialogues have a choice of reaction on your side. A very captivating game. I had to use a magnfier on a few. I wish we had more games like this. I love being in regular modern, everyday settings instead of the same old same old, overly colored fantasy lands, or dark dreary, broken down, ugly, bug infested environments which we see a lot of. Some different actions you don't see in other games. Not a fan of Mini Games, but I actually enjoyed some and liked that a few offered a different approach. HO scenes are just enough, and you will repeat a couple of the scenes. The story line, the music, graphics and puzzles were all a lot of fun. The artwork is beautiful, fun to look at, and contemporary. It was a gamble but it worked for me this time. The epic soundtracks and the professional voice-overs are also vital to the game, as they help bring the game to life. You have a shapeshifter, wise man, like a voodo woman and evil spirit. Your main aim is to destroy the monster and send him back to where he belongs. There are more puzzles than HOPs, but puzzles are mostly easy to mildly challenging.

I counted 18 hops in the main game and 4 in the Bonus chapter. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Gabriella from My favorite casual game in the last two years! You have a shapeshifter, wise man, like a voodo woman and evil spirit. You have all the standard things -- note book, map and hint key. I think that is two per scene and they are in the bonus chapter also. I liked the chance to do something different rooted in an area we can all relate to. But the interview with Fleur is interrupted by a crash, the TV screen bursts and a radiation emanates from behind it on all watchers in the bar. I wish we had more games like this. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by donadriedger from Really different I don't understand all the negative reviews. I loved the first one in this series. The situation worsens when the evil entity reaches out to suck the life forces out of the viewers of the show. Interesting gameplay, beautiful art, pleasant sounds and music. Not scary or to weird unless your real! It was a gamble but it worked for me this time. They have some new type hops that are like graphic novels.

10 thoughts on “The Unseen Fears: Outlive

  1. The extras section includes a bonus prequel chapter, a hidden chapter, a strategy guide, wallpapers, movies, soundtracks, concept art, replayable hidden objects, replayable puzzles, achievements, and collectibles. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Lissi22 from Outlive an exiting Game I love the games of grandma. Some lists which I love, are used twice and I Loved how pretty they were. There is a lot to do and see.

  2. The game progresses and plays like every other game we have here on BF but the story was really fun and different. HO scenes are just enough, and you will repeat a couple of the scenes. You don't drag junk with you the entire game!

  3. The story moves along well, and it's predictable but largely very fun. Not as many puzzles as other game it seemed like but I did skip couple since I didn't know what to do. The Unseen Fears: Outlive is a thrilling adventure with just the right amount of creativity and a breathtaking production.

  4. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by conja from Can you save the city before the televisions take all the people? The usual hidden object game looking for items to use. They had like three matching in all the whole chapters, and I think they could have a lot more. You never know what's in store for you.

  5. The story is really outside the box, which is refreshing. They have some new type hops that are like graphic novels. Interesting gameplay, beautiful art, pleasant sounds and music. Not a fan of Mini Games, but I actually enjoyed some and liked that a few offered a different approach.

  6. I truly find it shocking and very hard to believe anyone would give this game a one star especially after all the actual duds we've been given this past year. You don't drag junk with you the entire game! The epic soundtracks and the professional voice-overs are also vital to the game, as they help bring the game to life.

  7. The Bad. You have all the standard things -- note book, map and hint key. I liked the modern approach and somewhat different theme versus the typical fairy tale or macabre story line. Overall, though, you could do much worse.

  8. It's basically a bit of a rift on the show survivor, someone with a broken heart finds what they think is an immunity idol but in the end, it turns out she unleashes a very old very baddddddddddd evil entity. I think this story is very interesting and uncommon. As in the first game of the series, we have the main game plus two bonus chapters. There seem to be more items to find but most are close at hand.

  9. The extras section includes a bonus prequel chapter, a hidden chapter, a strategy guide, wallpapers, movies, soundtracks, concept art, replayable hidden objects, replayable puzzles, achievements, and collectibles. Or is it just gameland? It was a gamble but it worked for me this time. The game is longer than any of the newer games with couple of times I thought I reached the end but it kept going.

  10. I counted 18 hops in the main game and 4 in the Bonus chapter. Going from movie studio to jungle scenes and back again was incredible. The story is really outside the box, which is refreshing. I highly recommend this game.

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