Elephant Games proudly presents another moving story in their classic series Grim Tales! Your sister Luisa once again needs your investigative help to solve a bizarre series of robberies plaguing her museum and others around the city. No one has seen the suspects come and they’ve left few clues behind. Use your powers to travel to the past and uncover the culprits. But be careful, you’ll also uncover a shocking revelation about the Gray family in this heartwarming hidden-object puzzle adventure game!
VideoIf this was an attempt to build suspense or whatever, well, it didn't work. Graphics are on the below average level and the characters are quite laughable in their stick like movements and voices. Hopefully they will issue a fix for these problems soon. There is a good pace with the addition of three different stories within the chapter. A extra bonus was searching for items that change in 4 of the scene's which was a good bonus I thought. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by campingramps from Meh This was one of the most frustrating games I have played in a long time. When the game begins we have the general task to find items that we need to open either HOP scenes or Puzzles. It took the normal amount of time for me but I like looking around and just enjoying. Place tokens onto a grid according to a guide — which is upside down! Grim Tales: The Nomad is a wonderful game and perfect for the way I like to play. There are some good aspects of this game. So I'm left with a somewhat interesting story, surrounded by overly familiar tasks and general silliness. Animation was well done, but why did our character sway so much? It's okay, but would never want to pay full price for it.
This is one of my top five game series and I have the whole collection. The story line is non existent and impossible to follow. Was that supposed to be a joke, or was it serious? Save it for something else. I am a fan of the Grim Tales series love the father! They have included games for all levels of players and I enjoyed most of them. Grim Tales has always been one of my all-time favorite series, even though it got a bit weird with the whole daddy-Richard-skull in my purse scenario. Good stuff: The story digs up a new family member for Anna and brings back her Father's droll sense of humor - at least I'm willing to take his comments as such. I tepidly recommend this game as part of a really great, epic series. Paint a picture according to numbers which each represent a color. Some of the earlier games had a tendency to be what some might consider a bit gritty but the later games have been far more to my liking. CCTV cameras have not been able to identify the culprits, only that they appear to be in their teens. Thanks for the review. A bit more of an explanation of the Gray family relationships earlier in the game might have prevented a lot of confusion for players who aren't familiar with the series.
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There are six 6 mini-games and five 5 HOP scenes. CE games are my favorite since I love finding all of the collectibles and morphing objects. Looks like we have 16 in Christmas Mahjong series. The Nomas is excellent. I could have put them on the inside if I knew that is Grim Tales: The Nomad Collectors Edition was wanted if I seen the finished product picture. I happen to believe that customization should offer an open-ended scale for those times. I have not played a really fun game for some time. This time it is her sister, Louisa, with a mysterious robbery at the museum where she works. I found it to be a medium-length game, and the minigames not particularly challenging. A extra bonus was searching for items that change in 4 of the scene's which was a good bonus I thought. I would have liked to have a moving screensaver of the moving Dinosaurs but you have 3 plain one's instead. I've been Nomd this for years. Graphics were okay but nothing to write home about.
We aren't out to save the world from some hideous cosmic fate this time, and the game is oh so much better for that. Not much effort put into this and I can't believe it is Elephant. Bonus chapter was ok with more searching. Yes, I am adding this to my collection of CE games. A extra bonus was searching for items that change in 4 of the scene's which was a good bonus I thought. It took the normal amount of time for me but I like looking around and just enjoying. Seems I will have to start replaying some of the older ones to figure out who is who. And upon encountering one too many mini hos, I quit before the demo was up. I liked this game, and it's leaps and bounds better than The Hunger! I could have used a picture for that. Many of the scenes only have a few items to locate. Looks like we have 16 in this series. Best part was uninstalling it. It is bland and boring, but useful for a quick jump to the next location. Place pieces back into the proper position.
The puzzles were super easy. Push down barriers to shut down parts of roads which have obstacles. As always, she does not fight alone, although you might suspect that EcoMahjong around the skull of her dead father has to limit her travel options somewhat. I don't see the point in having to find jigsaw puzzle pieces to get 3 Screensavers if you don't actually get to assemble the jigsaw? Make your own informed decision. Then I was further flummoxed by the safe handle — a large round item that looked like it belonged on a water main - that the thief apparently took the time to stash in the locked-with-four-magnets employee room. Bonus chapter was ok with more searching. After you complete the Bonus Game you can then access the Secret Room to find morphing objects in various scenes you have frequented before. Bad stuff: I am totally confused by a museum that has ONE artifact stolen in a robbery and closes its doors. I only found one I enjoyed, a scene in which jewelry items are returned to a jewelry box.
It jumped around way to fast no character development The scenes are very clean and clear and items are not difficult to find. Not a new story. I enjoyed this installment as well along with it's high standards of artwork, music and effects. I own every Grim Tales game since the series began with The Bride, and I often replay some of them each year. When the game begins we have the general task to find items that we need to open either HOP scenes or Puzzles. Switch puzzle. This Collector's Edition version has 8 Wallpapers, why do they always plaster a character on them, can't we just have the scenery view? I placed them on the outside area. There are few scenes which offer a series of puzzles in a row. Fingers crossed I found them boring. I would have liked to have wallpapers of the dinosaurs from the main game. I enjoyed this.