Twilight City: Love as a Cure

In Twilight City: Love as a Cure, you're a young vampire passionately in love with a human. However, the curse of being immortal comes at a high price. Your burning desire for blood can destroy your love. It's up to you to search for a cure in the mysterious city of Skylight. Overcome all obstacles and become human again!

You can get some back by eating, potions, or attending teh circus. Also realized if I would make myself wait on the next quest and just keep building my character I could perform my tasks and quests more efficiently as a result. Didn't find it enjoyable at all. Had trouble with the screen resolution, so there was a glitch in the game as well. However, you must have enough mana and vigor to complete your activities. I really enjoyed playing this game. The game is fairly simple but still a lot of fun to play and took longer to finish than either Life Quest game did for me. I read on the forum of various technical issues, but I didn't encounter a single glitch during my gameplay. To me it seems more along the lines of a time management game, in that you have to work to make money, but working makes you lose vitality, so then you have to eat to replace the vitality you lost. It is more like a puzzle game. I will probably buy this one. Twilight City has great repeat playability. For a game that was labeled a HO game it sure has more other things than HO. Except everything is a little creepy and spooky since you're a vampire!

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I really love it. Didn't find it enjoyable at all. Great game fun to play I hope people will give it more than an hour to truly enjoy it. Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by AdrianaIP from Something new in resource management If you are tired in TM and RM games from building houses and getting rent from them, try this one. Or just resting in your place, that the more deocrations you put in there the better you replentish. You get quests to fulfill, and some of them get complicated because you need to have done something else first, or because the storyline makes it so that the frist spell taht you cast did not work out. It is not a hidden object game. However, you must have enough mana and vigor to complete your activities. Therein lies the confusion. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Cisdaman from Twilight City The game operates by giving you different quests to complete. Otherwise, you will either go home and rest or use a potion. It was a totally different style of game than I generally like, but a nice break from the standard, or routine.


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As your skill increases your jobs and other spells also upgrade. I love how after you beat the game you can continue on. So, I decided to give the trial a chance and I'm really glad I did. Would not recommend unless you were trying to fall asleep. Excessive conversation as well--which granted, you can skp through but I tend to like SOME conversation in hidden object games so I know the storyline, but with all of these issues combined, I just couldn't even finish the game. If you're looking for something fast paced, this is not the game for you You will eventually have to gain a certain level of skill, but it is clearly marked out in detail. Lots to do, sound, graphics, storyline etc all good. I would have liked to have earned the achievements a lot more. You Twilight City: Love as a Cure Cufe, you eat, you restdecorate your room. Second time I nailed it. It was more like, try your turn at being a vampire. I bought it on a Daily Deal, Virtual Farm would gladly have paid regular club price for this little gem. Your character must work to make money Twiliht once you have the necessary requirements, you can get a better job.

I just can't find anything to recommend here. Everything you do has an impact on your progress. Yes, in the beginning the mode of transportation is slow, the clothing choices are limited, and career options are few. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by brihan from can you make more I would like to see more of this type of game with more variety and longer story line.. All the scenes are static. The graphics are great overall with a nice gothic feel to them. Great game fun to play I hope people will give it more than an hour to truly enjoy it. Submit Thank you for writing a post! Date published: Its a little dark and morbid but super great! Like in Life Quest, you have to learn skills and build up attributes to get better jobs and more money so you can meet certain goals along the way such as updating your room's furnishings and your wardrobe, not to mention the really interesting vehicles and pets! I have trouble calling this either an adventure game or a hidden object game. Also realized if I would make myself wait on the next quest and just keep building my character I could perform my tasks and quests more efficiently as a result. I thought it was a fun game to play and I will enjoy playing it again.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sfaust from My favorite yet This Mystery Agency: Secrets of the Orient was so different from the usual format of most BigFish games. However, there is no need to go to sleep at the end of every day, so Charma: The Land of Enchantment no load time and goal update screens to wait on. More of a management game with a few Ho's and accumulation of property and character development. Yes, in the beginning the mode of transportation is slow, the clothing choices are limited, and career options are few. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by AdrianaIP from Something new in resource management If you are tired in TM and Age of Mahjong games from building houses and getting rent from them, try this one. Whatever type of game you want to call it, it's really boring. I bought it on a Daily Deal, but would gladly have paid regular club price for this little gem. It would have been cool if you had a choice to stay a vampire or return as a human. It was more like, try your turn at being a vampire.


A Supernatural Life Quest! In short not your run of the mill resource management game. All in all, this is a great little game that I spent a freebie on and I'm really glad I did! Or just resting in your place, that the more deocrations you put in there the better you replentish. I bought it on a Daily Deal, but would gladly have paid regular club price for this little gem. I thought it was a fun game to play and I will enjoy playing it again. The game is fairly simple but still a lot of fun to play and took longer to finish than either Life Quest game did for me. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by LokiLoo from Velvet challenged Love the game, but a sequel could allow the characters that we worked on here -to complete new achievements and perhaps go to neighboring towns and use them as attachments to the game. You get quests to fulfill, and some of them get complicated because you need to have done something else first, or because the storyline makes it so that the frist spell taht you cast did not work out. There are no major surprises here, so don't expect ghosts jumping out at you or bats flying toward the screen. Your character must work to make money and once you have the necessary requirements, you can get a better job. Everything you do has an impact on your progress. Be the first to write a forum post about this game! I would have liked to have earned the achievements a lot more.

10 thoughts on “Twilight City: Love as a Cure

  1. Lots to do, sound, graphics, storyline etc all good. I would have liked to have earned the achievements a lot more. All the scenes are static.

  2. I have trouble calling this either an adventure game or a hidden object game. Submit Thank you for writing a review! However, you must have enough mana and vigor to complete your activities. Everything you do has an impact on your progress.

  3. You will eventually have to gain a certain level of skill, but it is clearly marked out in detail. Note that your review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. No one's written about Twilight City - Love as a Cure yet.

  4. I have trouble calling this either an adventure game or a hidden object game. So, I decided to give the trial a chance and I'm really glad I did. All in all, this is a great little game that I spent a freebie on and I'm really glad I did! It was a totally different style of game than I generally like, but a nice break from the standard, or routine. If you're looking for something fast paced, this is not the game for you

  5. As your skill increases your jobs and other spells also upgrade. Or just resting in your place, that the more deocrations you put in there the better you replentish. Didn't find it enjoyable at all.

  6. Different from your typical games you normally get on the site. Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. You can dress your character, choose furnishings for your living quarters, and learn spells. Didn't find it enjoyable at all.

  7. Each spell has a rune that needs to be drawn for casting and you can either do it automatically or draw it yourself from memory to save a lot of energy. Discuss with other players! I did get stuck when trying to take crystal off of altar though.

  8. There's no real story to keep your interest going, just a bunch of tasks. As your skill increases your jobs and other spells also upgrade. However, there is no need to go to sleep at the end of every day, so there's no load time and goal update screens to wait on.

  9. The tasks did seem far too easy to me. Date published: Great game fun to play I hope people will give it more than an hour to truly enjoy it. Otherwise, you will either go home and rest or use a potion.

  10. No time limits. So, I decided to give the trial a chance and I'm really glad I did. So glad I found this game

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