Dangerous Games: Illusionist

From Blam!, creators of Punished Talents: Seven Muses and the European Mystery series. The first annual Championship of Illusionists ended in tragedy. Twenty years later, the event is back, and you've been asked to write a story about it. It promises to be entertaining news... but things go straight to the front page when a mysterious red-masked man appears out of thin air to abduct the first contestant! Stranger still, the hotel owner claims the man died during the previous competition! Who is the mysterious Red Mask, and what does he want? You'll have to unravel a series of strange and mysterious illusions to find out. Just be careful – nothing is as it seems in this exciting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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Walk down. Some straight hidden objects and some you have to find one thing to apply to another and some are shapes. The HOS are varied in types. Tonight is the grand re-opening of the Taylor Hotel. Having said all these negative things about this game, I bought it, but if you play the demo, just remember there is a lot more game where that ends. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by denniann2 from i have played better games it is an ok game. Go to the Living Room. Go through it. The hint as well as the skip buttons recharge quickly which is a must anymore for me. Go to the Market J. I know now why it came out in the SE version so soon. They have a interactive map that lets you teleport. Go to the Cafe.

Enter the Living Room S. Some straight hidden objects and some you have to find one thing to apply to another and some are shapes. Great variety. One such game required you to synchronize two clocks to show the life cycle of a bird. It's not fair - if you don't want to make a full SE game, don't bother - I feel ripped off. It is very easy to get drawn into this one to see the outcome in the end. Zoom into the puzzle B. Return to the Dining Room. So far the story line is easy to follow. Easy to avoid this once aware of it. Does not let you look at stuff at the bottom of hidden object scenes. They have a interactive map that lets you teleport. As well, the mini-games in this one are entertaining and have some variation.


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I think I just didn't enjoy it because of the cut scenes; the changing realities were irritating to me, visually. The mini games, that's another story. Touch the blocks H. You can also customize your Dangerouw level. Walk down. You remember that fateful night very Dangerous Games: Illusionist, because you are the journalist who won a Pulitzer Prize for the coverage of the First Illusionist Championship. Slide the lever again until all 3 buttons turn green to move on to the next image. Too often games are over complicated in that Sparkle 2 are all over the place rather than consistent in storyline and flow. Zoom into the puzzle B. Solution E. Easy to avoid this once aware of it. Go forward. Well worth it. Solutions

The HOS are varied in types. It's not fair - if you don't want to make a full SE game, don't bother - I feel ripped off. Now, understand, I do not care for minis in the first place, but when I can't figure out what to do, that's a horse of the different color. She looks exactly like Gene Eliza Tierney. Thank you to BFG and Blam for this beautiful game. Can you survive this terrifying ordeal and separate what is real from illusion? Lots of different scenarios. Enter the Living Room S. Solutions Return to the Cafe. The Hidden Object Scenes range from interactive list finds, finding multiples of a single item, to progressive silhouetted shape finds. Go to the Pyramid. Go to the Market J. Flip the handle P1. Well worth it.

Rated 5 out of 5 by kerith90angel from This game is in my top 10 of all time favorites. Return to the Playroom. I believe that was the most frustrating thing about the game. Zoom into the puzzle B. Return to the Basement. Having said all these negative things about this game, I bought it, but if you play the demo, just remember there is a lot more game where that Sparkle 2. This mad illusionist comes back twenty years after he's burnt up in a fire and then at the the end Repeat this step two more times you have to place on each Braveland the tries. Easy to avoid this once aware of it.


You have an interactive map which is great and a must. Nice assortment. One step at a time. Return to the Cafe. Go through it. I think I just didn't enjoy it because of the cut scenes; the changing realities were irritating to me, visually. The mini games, that's another story. Solution C. It's funny because in Chapter 1 pg 6 of wtg there is a poster on the wall of a woman in the hotel. Remove the broken handle. Easy to avoid this once aware of it. Select L.

11 thoughts on “Dangerous Games: Illusionist

  1. The demo is only 30 min so basing my view on beta and demo. Well balanced. I don't think you will be disappointed if you buy this one!

  2. The graphics are beautiful. Talk to the man L. This is one of those games that just gets better after the demo which is a rare thing. That evil laugh made me laugh a few times.

  3. The story started out pretty good and then it just took off without me. Maybe these are great experiences for other people, but I didn't like feeling that way. Well balanced. Personally, I just couldn't get through it.

  4. Touch the plant. There were a total variety from lists, to putting things together, to silhouettes. Can you survive this terrifying ordeal and separate what is real from illusion? I knew when I played the beta that I would be buying when the game came out and glad it is on sale this weekend!

  5. I've enjoyed other Blam games and thought this would be of the same quality. Slide the lever V until one of the buttons W lights up green. It starts off so promisingly, but then just turns into a mess - it's as thought someone had lots of ideas but not enough to make each into a full game so they've just thrown them all together here. I absolutely adored this game from beginning to end and would rate it higher if I could. Enter the Living Room S.

  6. The HOS are varied in types. My only issue is when move your pointer to the bottom of the screen it's a little touchy and will take you back to the previous screen. Go through it.

  7. Great variety. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by mymetime from Um, is that it? Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by grunny50 from Not so fun for me This game probably should be more fun for other people. The graphics are beautiful. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by from Will Draw You In The story line is very easy to follow and makes sense.

  8. It goes back to previous scene. Return to the Living Room. Slide the lever V until one of the buttons W lights up green. I was anxious to see when the full version would be coming out.

  9. You remember that fateful night very well, because you are the journalist who won a Pulitzer Prize for the coverage of the First Illusionist Championship. Each HOP has codes to decipher and small puzzles within to add more interactive features. Wasn't too difficult. Return to the Playroom.

  10. The graphics are clear and colorful. Solution C. It is very easy to get drawn into this one to see the outcome in the end. I could not figure out what in the world to do in many of them and I was just thrilled that the skip button recharged quickly. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by grunny50 from Not so fun for me This game probably should be more fun for other people.

  11. Let's hope history doesn't repeat itself as it hosts the Second Illusionist Championship. Go into the Tree House. One step at a time. Easy to avoid this once aware of it. I was a little unnerved with a hopeless feeling that I didn't know where I was or what I was dealing with.

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