Paranormal State: Poison Spring

Iris Ramirez has called the team of supernatural investigators from A&E's hit TV show, Paranormal State in a panic! Her job and life are being threatened by dark spirits who have taken over Poison Spring Park, a Civil War battleground and museum. Join the team of ghost-hunters and try to exorcise the ghosts before it's too late. Thrills abound as you race to solve a series of terrifying puzzles, investigate chilling hidden object scenes, and put together the pieces of who - or what - is behind it all! Only you can save Iris from the darkness falling upon the Park!

The hidden object scenes were fun and had unique puzzles in them. In this game you are not the lone investigator but have nice colleagues at your side and that's great! Music and voice overs were more or less on the budget minded side of things, but neither was annoying. I recommend it. MAP: The map you use is posted to a notice board which you have to get to in the game, from that point it is a travel map, but anyone looking for a standard map included in your inventory won't find it here. There are lots of scenes to explore, some on the spooky side, and lots of puzzles, most on the fairly easy side. Lots and lots of places to visit, and meandering paths. The title already says it: This is my new favorite game. One particular mini-game I must have spent at least 30 minutes on. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by hunnyb1 from WOW!!! Maybe I should check it out Just keep trying and you'll get it.

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The Hidden Object games have been getting so sophisticated lately, that I feel as though they are more of a puzzle-adventure game. I loved seeing the real people in this especially Lorraine in Computer graphic mode that is! Everything worked fine playing on kindle fire HDX 8. I've been a member since and I highly recommend this game. Everything was pretty good about it,right up to the very end. It was jumping over all the panel buttons until only one was left. The Hidden Object areas are interactive, which I love. What a surprise to find that I am enjoying this so much. It's definitely a challenge, especially for those who play in hard core mode. However, sometimes it will just lead you to the Map. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by greengrassyhill from Underrated Fun! The setting as well as the story were interesting, the music and the graphics excellent. I've been a member since and I highly recommend this game.


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Since there is not a Strategy Guide offered as yet, you may appreciate the puzzles not being of the mind bending sort. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lynnisrich Pirate Solitaire Fun Game I really enjoyed this game. It was jumping over all the panel buttons until only one was left. Rated 5 out of 5 by SparkleGlow from Loved the outdoors! There are lots of scenes to explore, some on the spooky side, and lots of puzzles, most on the fairly easy side. The graphics are good, but not as detailed as they could be. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by JulesJumper from My new favorite game! The graphics are very good and crisp to the eye. I was head butting the computer screen at the end. Of course the interaction with them is scripted and somewhat limited but I really did not mind. I was disappointed when it finished. Everything worked fine playing on kindle Gingerbread Story HDX 8. We have a journal which it is important to relate to for Grim Tales: Graywitch step, we have the kind of apparatus paranormal Paranormal State: Poison Spring use to find tracks and evidence of the dark force, which invades one of the members in the group during their work. I haven't seen the tv show that this game is based on, but I liked the characters, and I thought it flowed well and kept my interest. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by JulesJumper from My new favorite game!

There are plenty of them and I enjoyed all of them. The puzzles are not too difficult , but lots of fun and of a repetitive type which makes sence and supports the storyline chapter for chapter. Its a bit like looking at a comic book because the characters don't really move or use their lips, but everywhere is crystal clear to see and its easy to roam around without scenes being dark or dreary. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by hunnyb1 from WOW!!! The objects placed in the inventory banner were a little small, but they are labeled. I am not having any problems traveling around with the map, but it does not jump you to an area, you need to travel there. I really hope there is another one to come. The graphics were top dog! Everything worked fine playing on kindle fire HDX 8. No this is not a pachyderm game, nor a big al game, but guess it is impractical to expect one of them every week. Gorgeous, evening woodlands. Not a standard format map. The Hidden Object games have been getting so sophisticated lately, that I feel as though they are more of a puzzle-adventure game. Natural colors are used and are not overly colorful.

Kind of like an interactive map, but you need to get to the board to do it. The game begins with us meeting the Sprign hunter team, and moves along to the Poison Springs Park and Museum, where we are trying to find the manager who was supposed to meet us at the entrance. One particular mini-game I must have spent at least 30 minutes on. However, challenging as some of them were, I still loved them all. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by whiting71DK Safari Venture One of the best games ever.


The story deals with a paranormal research team sent to a civil war museum to investigate strange activity. Happy playing fishies. Fun puzzles. Everything was pretty good about it,right up to the very end. I was head butting the computer screen at the end. The graphics are very good and crisp to the eye. I would have bought a Collectors on this. This is my second favorite game now. Good, believable characters and good voice acting. You do find pieces of a map which are put on a board and you go there to get to other places. There are lots of scenes to explore, some on the spooky side, and lots of puzzles, most on the fairly easy side. The title already says it: This is my new favorite game. I think you will like it too. I loved having the characters sitting in the rooms or hanging out with you while you looked around.

5 thoughts on “Paranormal State: Poison Spring

  1. Not a standard format map. The graphics were top dog! I give it 5 stars on everything, I wish more games would incorporate real people in them like this one. Rated 5 out of 5 by SparkleGlow from Loved the outdoors!

  2. I just looked away when the characters' mouths did not move with their speech. Just keep trying and you'll get it. Got a spare Reward Code lying around?

  3. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by hunnyb1 from WOW!!! It's definitely a challenge, especially for those who play in hard core mode. I just looked away when the characters' mouths did not move with their speech. Rated 5 out of 5 by SparkleGlow from Loved the outdoors! You will use each of these a few times throughout the game.

  4. In this game you are not the lone investigator but have nice colleagues at your side and that's great! I recommend it. There is a Skip button if you wish to use it to progress more quickly through the story. Actually, I would give this SE game a 4. These had a good challenge to them and I spent a good 5 or so minutes on each one.

  5. The Hidden Object games have been getting so sophisticated lately, that I feel as though they are more of a puzzle-adventure game. Happy playing fishies. The Hidden Object games have been getting so sophisticated lately, that I feel as though they are more of a puzzle-adventure game. In the meantime, those of us who love adventure and puzzles, with a dash of HOS thrown in for good measure will find the trip to Poison Springs interesting. If you like Hidden Object games, give this one a try.

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