Fright Chasers: Dark Exposure Collectors Edition

Be the first to play this exciting new supernatural thriller from Mad Head Games! It’s time to write a new post for Fright Chasers! You arrive to the Kilbourn Observatory with your photographer to investigate a string of strange reports. Things quickly take a turn for the bizarre when she’s affected by an otherworldly force! Can you save her before it’s too late?! Find out in this spine-tingling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

The Collector's Edition is also quite rewarding, it includes a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept art, a screensaver, soundtracks, achievements, collectibles, morphing objects, and a secret room. The story is good, the graphics are great and I really like that you build items in the HO scenes that are needed in the plot. The map was helpful, but there wasn't a lot of back and forth. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jocasta1 from Loved it! It is large and easy to find. I'm hoping the next game by this dev will be better because they have a good track record. Fly a drone. Runes, runes, and more runes! Fright Chasers: Dark Exposure has a terrific gameplay and an excellent storyline. You also fly it to retrieve a key as well. I think this was a "the pressure is on. Similarly, the mini-games often have low challenge level and some of them are a tad tedious. Happy Gaming! The game is well-made all-around, although it could have been more complex. There is a creative scene in which you replace items back into the scene as well as search for silhouette items as well.

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No time for a technical writer to give it a glance? It looks like Fright Chasers is going to continue as a series but I hope that the developer might find some different content for future game themes. Treasure Hunter find 32 items in the scenes. The story was told throughout so you never lost sight of what was happening and why. All in all a very disappointing offering. Initially I was only going to give this game 3 stars, however, I did love that this game takes place in current time. Some of the puzzles were different and I think Dora Saves the Snow Princess of my favorites was the safe puzzle where we must recreate the pattern from some photos in order to open the safe. Now you die! Unfortunately, we have another evil that is taking control and I am really over that theme. Two reporters or investigators or thrill seekers whatever checking out this old observatory. As I said, the story isn't new. Its supposed to allow you to track the ghost or whatever it is but really IMHO was somewhat unnecessary. Your tools include a transporter type map and, hold your breath — wait for it.

The heart-pounding music and the creepy ambient sounds also help increase the suspense of the game. Monkey shines! Hint system is helpful, but it does not transport to longer locations. You and your friend Lisa are off to the Kilbourn Observatory in Fell Oaks to investigate a mysterious story concerning a famous astronomer, Ryan, and his wife, Anne. This is a decent game. The music and effects went along with the action, but where I felt it fell way short were the voice overs. There are lots of sliding panels, you have something you have to move around to find objects or runes. If you're not tired of ghosts and such, you might just enjoy it. I felt a bit let down by this new series intro, because it's anything but Frightening! Rumor has it, Anne still roams the hallways of the observatory as her grieving husband works diligently to find a way to defy the laws of physics, to join her. Just trying to send a message. It looks like Fright Chasers is going to continue as a series but I hope that the developer might find some different content for future game themes.

I have Collectods complaints about this game; however, I wish I could replay some of the puzzles within this game. HO's and mini games are ok but all fall Ancient Tripeaks the 'find this Lifeline get this to do this' category and all you do is flit back and Edittion with no game progression. In spite of all the fails in this game, there are some good parts, or should I say better parts so I can't completely nix the whole thing. Rumor has it, Anne still roams the hallways of the observatory as her grieving husband works diligently to find a way to defy the laws of physics, to join her. Ryan and Anne Kilbourn worked there for years until there was a terrible accident that tragically took the life of Anne. Yes, we have a jump map, but it is very bland and boring and detracts from the rest of the game. Collectibles were nice, even though we had the Chsaers: symbol that this Dev uses in all their games. Remember Ellas Hope of Passage Heart of the Storm? This one fell somewhat short of what I expected. Fright Chasers: Dark Exposure Collectors Edition don't know what has happened lately that the games they are putting out now are less than spectacular. Similarly, the mini-games often have low challenge level and some of them are a tad tedious. Rated 5 out of 5 by ladynextdoor from Loved Carnival Mania I enjoyed this game from start to Sherlock Holmes VS Arsene Lupin. There is NO need for any gimmicks to sell this game. Pushing one affects the others.


If only they were offered in the main game Some of the puzzles were different and I think one of my favorites was the safe puzzle where we must recreate the pattern from some photos in order to open the safe. Sure, there are sprinkles of horror elements here and there, but they are hardly any frightening. We have another evil entity possessing the body of a human and trying to destroy the world as we know it. I think most all levels of players will find this one enjoyable for one reason or another. Hence the low rating. Rumor has it, Anne still roams the hallways of the observatory as her grieving husband works diligently to find a way to defy the laws of physics, to join her. These puzzles tell you a little about the picture you just put together. It is a bit tricky and lots of fun to figure out the right combination. I loved the demo of this game, and have already bought it with this weekend's BOGO! First of all, the landscapes and sceneries in this installment is mesmerizing; filled with exotic locations and interestingly-designed themes. I fear they have fallen into the eipix trap, where they are pressured to create a new game each month, sometimes multiple games a month. Pushing one affects the others. Puzzles are simple and don't take any brain power to complete, but done well.

I didn't find it to be a frightening game to play, about average in that sense, so don't be put off by the title if you are trying to avoid graphic violence in your games. Demo this new series for yourself it worth a game coupon. The pace is excellent with an interesting story and plenty of activities. If you prefer the CE version of a game this one includes Collectibles include the same old boring Mad Head Signature Swirl to find, There are Morphing Objects to be found in the usual places as well.. The dialogue bordered on ridiculous sometimes in the "I'm gonna get you! Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by theswede from never go into a abandoned building not bad have played better games Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by mcquigan from Beautiful as ever but not a very good game This is a CE edition; I expect more than a swirl to find and an extra bonus short chapter. Great Game. Voices were age and character appropriate, with emotion that worked quite well together with the facial movements. If there is one department that Fright Chasers: Dark Exposure absolutely excels in, that would be the production. That said, I like this game well enough to give it a 4. I'm really liking what I'm seeing from this new game. You'll enjoy this new series without the bonus chapter too. Give the demo a try and see if you like it. Not an amazing one. I almost liked every puzzle.

12 thoughts on “Fright Chasers: Dark Exposure Collectors Edition

  1. Use the camera to find ghostly white orbs. Graphics are on the plus side and animation is decent however the characters are rather lame and have no real emotion to match the scene. They are varied in style and difficulty with some difficult ones.

  2. Maybe they use a template of some kind so they can produce a new game every month. I turn it down low so I can hear the sound FX. Now, those mini games.

  3. They are like ones we have seen in the past. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Pilot1 from Nope, didn't scare me! However, when needed it did show where there were things to be done and would transport. Some of the puzzles were different and I think one of my favorites was the safe puzzle where we must recreate the pattern from some photos in order to open the safe. Fright Chasers: Dark Exposure has a great story, cute hidden object scenes, fun puzzles!

  4. Liked the collectible indicator, if you hover over the button it would say it's found, if it was. Yes, the game will be a buy for me. They are like ones we have seen in the past.

  5. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by katiesue58 from Demo only Some of the puzzles were different and I think one of my favorites was the safe puzzle where we must recreate the pattern from some photos in order to open the safe. Same graphics, they stand room for improvement because at times they are blurry and cartoonish in nature, it's hard to feel scared when they remind me of a Saturday morning cartoon!

  6. With an unexpected revelation at the end of the demo, the story changes drastically. One of the best features of Fright Chasers: Dark Exposure is the superb drawing of characters and scenery. The HOs were interactive and contained morphing objects. Maybe they use a template of some kind so they can produce a new game every month. These games came roaring in like a lion with fresh storylines, and sharp detailed graphics like no other dev had presented before.

  7. I haven't been wowed by a Mad Head game in awhile. However, they do reflect the theme of the game: Here are a few of my favorites: A. And, the adventure goes on from there with a dead wife and a friend floating in mid-air, and this really cool camera

  8. Switch tiles so that the natural state of evolution is shown. Puzzles were too easy, as was pretty much the whole game, but the graphics and sounds almost made up for this. You can use the map to figure out where your action areas are and to move more easily around the game. Some of the puzzles were different and I think one of my favorites was the safe puzzle where we must recreate the pattern from some photos in order to open the safe.

  9. The heart-pounding music and the creepy ambient sounds also help increase the suspense of the game. Now you die! Move 4 each of 4 different types of tokens so that there are no more than one of each for each row and column. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Click on the triangles in the correct order, by trial and error. As always, I review mostly on the game play and leave the story to others to review.

  10. Ryan and Anne Kilbourn worked there for years until there was a terrible accident that tragically took the life of Anne. Not an amazing one. The graphics are okay; HO sequences nothing very innovative or even appealing; sounds, again, just okay.

  11. Otherwise, colors were true and bright. Normally I skip most of the mini-games because they are usually jigsaw type puzzles and ring puzzles etc. Runes, runes, and more runes! Try the demo however, you may think it a 5 star game also but I'm not sure it rates that high.

  12. Yes, the game will be a buy for me. These puzzles tell you a little about the picture you just put together. This time we have a camera that when fitted with a special lens will allow us to see the spirit world.

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