Eipix Entertainment proudly presents the newest addition to the Danse Macabre series! Your friend is off to become a star of the silver screen! What starts as a simple send off quickly takes a dark turn as she's kidnapped by an unknown assailant! Can you uncover the dark dealings of the mysterious kidnapper before it's too late? Find out in this exhilarating hidden-object puzzle adventure!
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The game play did not have a great deal of going to and Mystika 2: The Sanctuary from one place to another a personal pet peeve and seemed to follow a logical path. Wonderful introduction gives you all the backstory you need, and a fair indication of how this story is going to go. The puzzles are hard for me but each time I manage one I feel soooo very great. The story and plot is very easy to understand and with although not the most original story, it's still engaging. HOPs Edihion of the very easy variety, simply find items from the list. I can't make sure whether the game is set in Italy or in France but it's definitely in Europe, which I like. Again, another nice touch from these developers. Just the right amount of difficulty for me. Hint is directional. The only thing I didn't like about this game Ominlus that I have played one very similar. I highly recommend, whether you go with the CE or SE which has a very satisfying end. All items are easy to see and not small. There are very well conceptualized mini-games, not terribly difficult to solve but there ia a factor of fun to them.
I really enjoyed playing this game. For a "newbie" to game play, I found this to be an immensely enjoyable game. Your sister does not show, and you are outside wondering what to do when the stage manager opens the door. In keeping with demo tradition, we finish with a cliff hanger, but how we are going to get out of this particular predicament totally escapes me! Hint is directional. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Nilosh from Dancing with Ghosts Dance Macabre is a beautiful game with a haunting storyline that will definitely rank high on my list of favorite games for As an alternative, there is a bubble popper game, in which each sparkling bubble you pop removes an item from the list. This is a tale of the composer Gaspar and his unrequited love for the ballerina Marie, which drives him mad enough to burn down the theater, making ghosts of all the players. He burns the theater to the ground. There is a Souvenir room which doesn't unlock until the game is finished, and Marie's Bouquet which holds the 44 roses - one per scene - you can find. But when he realizes that her heart belongs to another, it's more than he can bear. I loved the ability to revisit them when collecting for the souvenir room. I would definately and I stress "definately" purchase the CE because it truly makes this game one of a kind.
Date published: Rated 5 Sparkle 2 of 5 by eponym from Really Good game The scenes were beautiful. They often made me smile or laugh out loud - they included little "bios" about each of the crew that were very humorous. I can't make sure whether the game is set in Italy or Sparkle 2 France but it's definitely in Europe, which I like. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from The Performance That Never Ends Marie stole his heart, he the composer, she the performer who danced so beautifully and truly made his music come to life! You are helped along the way by several ghosts - ballerinas and musicians - who lead you on a kind of "find this person next" type of hunt, or "follow me. There is a certain glossy shine to the theatre scenes that I find a bit off putting personally. Whether you are a fan of the performing arts or not, I truly believe this game will be entertaining for almost any audience, enjoy!
If he can't have her, nobody else will either! There is a cut scene summary of what seems to be most of the scenes in the game, giving you a preview of what comes next and reminding you of what you just completed. All items are easy to see and not small. You must get in and find your sister! This latest installment, A Lover's Pledge, is a rough adventure that is in need of fine-tuning. Macabre Mysteries: Curse of the Nightengale. There is a souvenir room that can only be accessed upon purchase of the game which I intend to do so immediately after writing this review. Gaspar's finest work is the character of Donatella di Fiore, which in this first performance since the fire is being danced by your sister Adele. The darkness is more an atmospheric thing. There are four modes of play, plus a teleporting map with activities marked if you want it. I have done all the ones listed in the more games and can say that I adore them all. A game by Eipix Usually Eipix made adventure games but this time it's a little bit romantic and fortunately fit for beginner gamers. Mini games are also very easy and the ideas have been used before.
There is a Souvenir Room, another mini-game, where you go back through the locations finding one new item. One puzzle got on my nerves. If you don't like the HOS you can switch to a game of bubble shoot instead. The darkness is more an atmospheric thing. At the same time, the puzzles provide a decent challenge level, although the majority of them are based on the same-old concepts. The voices are excellent fun, done in pseudo-Italian? Our story originates with unrequited love, obsession, a vengeful act and tragic deaths of Marie, a prima ballerina and Gaspar, a young composer. I especially enjoyed the "customization" feature in the difficulty section. The flautist is my personal favourite. The game was beautiful and complex, although I do not think that the bonus chapter was anything great but I would definitely buy the CE for the other inclusions. The game play did not have a great deal of going to and fro from one place to another a personal pet peeve and seemed to follow a logical path. Macabre Mysteries: Curse of the Nightengale. To save Adele, and to rescue the souls of those killed in the fire, freeing them from the ghostly life, you must find Marie who can evidently lift the curse Gaspar placed upon the theater.