Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible Collectors Edition

Big Fish Editor's Choice! This title was selected for its exceptional quality and overwhelmingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers. Grandma Studios Limited proudly presents the latest addition to the Whispered Secrets series! When a stranger approaches you with information about an ancient artifact, you find yourself pulled into a strange world of nightmares and dark memories. Can you find a way to defeat the nightmare monster, or will you become its latest victim? Find out in this thrilling hidden-object puzzle adventure! See what our Beta testers had to say: "Great addition to this series! Interesting and new premise. HOPs were all unique and enjoyable. Mini-games could be Easy or Hard. Graphics and sound were excellent. I particularly enjoyed the dream adventure part. Great job!" - Michael, Beta Tester "OH MY GOSH THIS GAME had me hooked from the start! The tutorial is fantastic and explained everything, even the bonus hidden collectables. The puzzles were fun and the game is so colorful. Thank you for starting my day out on a good note, I appreciate it so much!" - Angela, Beta Tester

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They enhance the story rather than obstruct it. There are so many scenes to explore, all the different nightmares and traumas to solve, and then the extra morphing objects, puzzle pieces and memorabilia. That is: sometimes you are just done with a place, and you know it. Visually, this game is gorgeous, even when it is being creepy. Choose one and drag to fill that number of squares with color. It's my pick for game of the year! The storyline was great, the music was beautiful and or creepy which fit within each scene. Only one HOs in the time I previewed. The starting point is not specified, but if you choose the wrong place to begin, you'll reach a dead end. Really caught and kept my interest. Well done. The first gadget is a Detective's Mirror that detects hidden caches. The chemistry of this game was good.

This gadget brings up so many questions, mostly WHAT? The killer for me was the puzzles. This one is an improvement on their usual fare, but not spectacular by any means. Essentially, Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible is a psychological thriller game. Finding the morphing objects, momentos, and puzzle pieces was challenging, they were not easily seen. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by bluesycat from Too much dexterity required I played about 30 minutes of the demo before I gave up and deleted the game. I love the new little elements in the hidden object games and the challenge it brings So elaborate, I enjoyed the game immensely. Only one HOs in the time I previewed. Not too hard, but not not a cake walk and engaging. It had a really great flow and I was entertained which is what I was looking for. I have always liked this series but Grandma Studios is in a league of its own with this game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by davebehave from best hidden object game ive ever played this has got to be the best hidden object game ive played the graphics are so good and the story is so good as well that it grabs u in and you forget that its a story for the ones that give it a poor score im not quite sure what type of game there expecting it to be hidden object games with a certain story line they should read what the game is about before playing or do the trail before buying and then they will not be disappointed saying that the game has grabbed me and looking at the reviews its grabbed many others too so give it a go Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by syndney from Not the usual "knock out a creature with an artifact" game For the info on game play, please check earlier reviews. This is one of the better Whispered Secret additions and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Date published:

I haven't loved a game this much in a very long time! You must collect fifteen of each flower type, and the garden spontaneously sprouts flowers that can help or block you. You didn't have to find a million keys or amulets to keep the game moving! The main game was approx. Grade A game. I too almost didn't check this one out as the "sample" didn't seem any different than many of the games offered recently. Can't comment on the sound because I turned it off. The game cleverly intertwines story elements with the gameplay, creating an extremely smooth gaming experience. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by MostAng from Very enjoyable game play - vibrant art - recommended I really enjoyed this game. It had a really great flow and I was entertained which is what I was looking for. The story line was engaging, and the art was colorful and very nicely done. Obviously, you have to plan a bit.


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It Hotel Solitaire flowed so well, and it wasn't overdone. They were more entertaining than difficult. Can't comment on the Pirates Solitaire 2 because I turned it off. Rated 5 out of 5 by rpggramma from Love It! I gave the CE three stars, and would rate this about the same. The Hidden Object Scenes are in abundance, but some of the scenes are repeated. According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, it's A a child whose inopportune remarks cause embarrassment. To make matters worse, there are 2 gadgets that are just as Claws & Feathers 3 as the monsters are scary. For me, it's difficult to remain immersed in a game that's drenched in unnaturally neon colors, for one. Really caught and kept my interest. This one is an improvement on their usual fare, but not spectacular by any means. They seem to have mastered each piece of what makes a game truly satisfying. I have always liked this series but Grandma Studios is in a league of its own with this game.

This was a lot of fun to play. All the hidden objects were morphing objects and I had to use the hints to find two of them. It kept me interested the whole time. The characters were intriguing and developed enough to care about reasonably. The killer for me was the puzzles. The story line was engaging, and the art was colorful and very nicely done. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by BooksandGameFan from One of my favorite games this year! The chemistry of this game was good. That is: sometimes you are just done with a place, and you know it. So, if you have finger mobility issues, make sure you preview this game before buying. The nightmare "monsters" are cheesy looking and so not scary. Finding the morphing objects, momentos, and puzzle pieces was challenging, they were not easily seen. If you're looking to save some cash this SE will do nicely. Rated 5 out of 5 by rpggramma from Love It! I'm not sure what it was, perhaps because the storyline didn't grab my attention the tasks just became mundane and more like a chore.

It had a really great Dolphin Dice Slots and I was entertained which is what I was looking for. I love the new little elements in the hidden object games and the challenge it brings That gets old, especially when you use one only to be "rewarded" with yet another one. Only one HOs Alicia Quatermain: Secrets Of The Lost Treasures Collectors Edition the time I previewed. You must collect fifteen of each flower type, and the Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible Collectors Edition spontaneously sprouts flowers that can help or block you. The settings were pretty with good graphics. This is one of the better Whispered Secret additions and I hope you enjoy it Tradewinds Classic much as I did. They offered easy and hard mode for many of the mini games which was nice. Most of the HOS are in the form of sketches in a book to progress the plot or give background sight to fill in the blanks of the story, tasking you to find and replace 3 Keyword Items on each page.


14 thoughts on “Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible Collectors Edition

  1. Really caught and kept my interest. It really is an awesome game! The game ties up nicely in the main game so this SE edition is just perfect and there is no reason to purchase the CE edition unless you want the bling and the bonus game.

  2. B a person known for shocking remarks or outrageous behavior, or C a usually young and successful person who is strikingly unorthodox, innovative, or avant-garde. Here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either, is right for you: Enfant Terrible is just another "terrible" story about a detective who enters a person's nightmarish dreams to defeat the plague beaked-masked monsters that haunt them. When the demo ended, I retained a lingering curiosity about the relationship between the psychotherapist and the Nightmare creature. As a revered agency of the Dark Light, you need to take a dive into this surreal world of dreams and stop Nightmare from doing more damage to these poor souls before you are next.

  3. I liked that you went back and forth from reality to nightmares. Many of the ones in the first half hour required varying degrees of manual dexterity. The settings were pretty with good graphics. I loved the graphics and all the different scenes which were just so well done! The nightmare "monsters" are cheesy looking and so not scary.

  4. It's fantastic!! Choose one and drag to fill that number of squares with color. I also had more enjoyment by selecting the "custom mode" so that I could make it as difficult as I wanted. The HOPs have something for everyone: traditional, morphs, interactive, and I think one fragmented. The storyline definitely has some thought provoking moments and I really found the characters very fascinating and the pacing excellent.

  5. It's just not predictable, which is rare, offering a realistic look at what scares us and, maybe, why. I gave this game full ratings because it deserves it, no doubt. Essentially, Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible is a psychological thriller game.

  6. The CE version received a 4. I think that's why it was so much fun because things, people kept changing. I'm going to loosely translate that as a very non-scary, weird nightmare creature you'd laugh about in the morning when you wake up wondering what you ate that caused that dream, which seems to pertain to this story a little more than any of those other definitions. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Celestien from Long game with so much extras I absolutely loved this game.

  7. It was a visually beautiful game, though certainly not a thriller. Beautiful graphics, not too many very difficult puzzles. I also had more enjoyment by selecting the "custom mode" so that I could make it as difficult as I wanted.

  8. I have arthritis in my hands and fingers and I just could not solve those puzzles! Really caught and kept my interest. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jannity58 from original story Original story, felt quite different from most other games. It had a really great flow and I was entertained which is what I was looking for. I really wish this trend would go away and devs would be more creative in their gameplay design.

  9. That gets old, especially when you use one only to be "rewarded" with yet another one. There are so many scenes to explore, all the different nightmares and traumas to solve, and then the extra morphing objects, puzzle pieces and memorabilia. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jumisa from whispered secrets:Enfant terrible collector's edition Liked the game very much.

  10. The game is also generous when it comes to extras. The story was good and I was interested to see where it would go. The glossy colors, the detailed artwork, the studio-quality cutscenes, the on-point voice-acting, and the suspenseful music — every aspect of the production hits all the right notes! There were none for doing inane things, like clicking on an object a hundred times, or failing to use the map for travel which should be considered a crutch, not an achievement. The development team deserves much credit for this superb addition to the series!

  11. Choose one and drag to fill that number of squares with color. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jumisa from whispered secrets:Enfant terrible collector's edition Liked the game very much. I did find the storyline engaging.

  12. When the demo ended, I retained a lingering curiosity about the relationship between the psychotherapist and the Nightmare creature. The main game took me four hours to complete, the bonus chapter added another hour of equally-incredible gameplay, and the hidden chapter comes in the form of a surprisingly enjoyable HOP. The graphics here are sometimes downright cartoon looking. Which is surprisingly rare. I was super curious about the title they chose, Enfant Terrible.

  13. Because the pacing in this game is so well done, HOPs and mini-games have a natural feel to them. What is an Enfant Terrible? The first gadget is a Detective's Mirror that detects hidden caches.

  14. The main game was approx. According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, it's A a child whose inopportune remarks cause embarrassment. A consistent, rationally coherent, plotline!!

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