Grandma Studios presents another mysterious journey beyond the everyday world in The Unseen Fears: Ominous Talents! Your friend Carlos, an art critic, asked you to visit Italy to help investigate the disappearance of a colleague. The clues all lead back to the same local gallery where you quickly discover that this disappearance wasn’t the first. And as the pieces fall into place, you’ll discover a supernatural web of lies, jealousy, and betrayal. You’ll have to find the clues, learn the truth, and watch who you trust to solve the case and stop the disappearances in this intriguing new Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure game!
I did like the muses and flowers scene. This is a somewhat short and boring chapter that retraces most of your steps from the Main Chapter. I also liked the relaxing mini-games. In this series:. There are 42 Zoom Zone Palettes that are used to purchase 12 different colors of paint to complete a Paint by Numbers masterpiece. Sound FX were fairly nice when we had them. Origami puzzle. A bit more variety would have made this a much better game. The paint by number didn't label the paint with numbers and I thought it should have. It has a good pace with some creatively designed HOP scenes and mini-games. There is also a Built-In Strategy Guide. There are 14 Photo's remaining, some of which are Morphing Objects, You must locate all of the Palettes to unlock the Hidden Chapter, but I believe you can click on any missed Pallette in the CE extra's section to jump to the scene to search for them after completing the Bonus Chapter. Thank you.
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They are interactive. You are offered a job as an art teacher. Will he vanish into a photo? Sequence puzzle. His first assignment is to help a young girl named Jo who is much like Alonso, struggling to find her talent! I found this an excellent addition to the game. Matching puzzle. I also liked the relaxing mini-games. I don't expect them to put me on edge of my seat. There is something happening at every turn on the road, the characters all have their own fascinating backstory, and the fast-paced nature of the storytelling keeps us hooked. I just wasn't involved in the story, invested in the characters, or desirous of continuing the adventure. The puzzles were very simple and took no time or though to complete, with the exception of one. You must pass though all squares within the grid once and only once.
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You then use those 4 objects interactively in the scene to complete the HOP. Graphics were fairly nice in this one. Origami puzzle. Sequence puzzle. If the quality is there, being short is just fine by me. Still, the game delivers some of the most creative hidden object scenes we have seen as of late, and the puzzles are also pretty solid. The trial ends toward the middle of chapter 2. I found the story Whisper of a Rose enough to make me want to play it out and see where it's going. I enjoyed the nice variety of HOPs and the mini games were not so complex as to cause Fables of the Kingdom. Please try the demo. I've played a game with muses before and it didn't bother me to do it again. They are interactive. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from It didn't grab me but I didn't hate it.
You receive a gimmicky tattoo on your arm which allows you to use your supernatural powers to investigate this case. On a 9 x 7 grid, create a path to lead a token from one end to the other. Beatrice found her talent at a very young age, but Alonso struggled for years to find his talent. Although less than picture-perfect, it is a decent play. Play Nathaniel, a supernatural detective off on another adventure, this time involving the disappearance of several art critics. This is a somewhat short and boring chapter that retraces most of your steps from the Main Chapter. Rated 5 out of 5 by Innerl from Excellent entry into the series Fun, engaging storyline. Play Alonso Ricci from the main story. The puzzles were very simple and took no time or though to complete, with the exception of one. The graphics are elegantly drawn and vibrantly colored, the animations are top-shelf, and the special effects are spectacular. Good stuff: Two collectibles in each scene, lots of HOPs and puzzles, clear bright artwork, and good VO's all seem to promise a good game. The mini-games aren't very challenging and Grandma needs to work on adding more of a variety as far as difficulty-range goes because not everyone is a novice HOPA gamer. Nevertheless, I would rather play a quality short game than one which is long, drawn out, and boring.
Then again I'm low key and easily entertain since I don't take myself to seriously or think everything insults my intelligent. I enjoyed the nice variety of HOPs and the mini games were not so complex as to cause frustration. The achievements are a muse scene and it looks nice. As an investigator with psychic abilities, can The Unseen Fears: Ominous Talent Collectors Edition withstand the dark forces and catch this vicious serial killer? The bonus chapter is New Start. This game is entertaining as long as you are not overly critical of every little bit. A bit more variety would have made this a much better game. You may be able to overlook all that. Grandma Games has always provided me with quality entertainment and "Ominous Talent" has proven to be another goodie for my collection. I was hoping to get a repeat of the HOs in that game where you have to hop from scene to scene to pick things up to replace elsewhere Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist sadly, I've not come across any. We did occasionally have to choose dialogue, which I find quite boring, since You Sparkle Unleashed to ask all three questions anyway. This time it is Carlos, alarmed when a critic friend vanishes while interviewing a photographer. Play Nathaniel, a supernatural detective off on another adventure, this time Elven Legend 4: The Incredible Journey Collectors Edition the disappearance of several art critics. It isn't very creative and it was a huge disappointment especially when compared to their last game's Hidden Chapter! This game has an easy feel to it, the story is not exciting but solving mysteries always grabs my attention.
I like games if they make me want to play again. Some games are too long and become painfully boring sometimes. All I found was that we have 54 photos, two in each scene. I'm hoping it to be a continuation, rather than an entirely different story because I don't feel one chapter is enough time for a satisfying story. While we do find some of the voice-overs to be a little unnatural, the quality of the audio overall offsets that minor flaw. Always love the extras. Nathaniel, the supernatural detective with the wicked glowing tatoo, is once again called in to help a friend. This game is entertaining as long as you are not overly critical of every little bit. I like this game because it is not complex and moves along at a comfortable pace, the tasks are not tedious. Looks like someone read the reviews on the beta and made a few changes along the way. Collectibles are a bit disappointing. Checkers puzzle.