Donna Brave: And the Strangler of Paris Collectors Edition

Mad Head Games proudly presents the all-new, thrilling Donna Brave series! Your uncle’s friends have been mysteriously murdered, and he’s called you to Paris to track down the killer, before they strike again! But soon you’ll find what you’re hunting is no ordinary criminal. A mystical monster is on the loose, and it’s after your uncle! Can you save him in time, or will you become the next victim? Find out in this spine-tingling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!


Donna Brave: And the Strangler of Paris Collectors Edition

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by blumonkey67 from WOW! Donna Brave: And the Strangler of Paris offers around four hours of fun in the main game, and the bonus chapter an hour. The bonus has a very realistic Bubble Zoo 2 and in the Village Quest also pink Iris. Thus, this is guaranteed to be a challenging game, even for advanced HOPA players. The Russian nestling dolls. When it comes to the production part, there is no doubt that Donna Brave: And the Deathly Tree delivers. A hop in the bonus had animals and you had to match up a picture of fur, shell or eyes etc. The members of the Golden Circle are being murdered one by one, can you save your uncle before he reaches the same fate as his friends? I liked this game, but it would have been a fantastic game if they just ditched all the supernatural aspects, and went strictly with the whodunit murder mystery. The game is as stylish and refined as it is engaging - we cannot wait for another Donna Brave adventure! Mini: Not a fan of mini game, but tried most of them, gave up on a few, but overall they were well done, and well ArkLight. Since there are No replay mini-games except the memory game I think this is geared more for Hops players and not puzzle Lovers. And that's what I like. Great HO scenes and a variety of mini-games.

Or is he behind it; with his remaining friends from the Golden Circle club? I also like the whimsy toy soldier like nutcracker and matching key. It includes a bonus section with items like a strategy guide, wallpapers, a character gallery, concept art, soundtracks, a memory game, re-playable hidden objects scenes, achievements, collectibles, and morphing objects. There is a Antique shop with a parrot filled area I really Loved. The game grabs your attention right away with its cinematic opening sequence and never lets go. They keep spinning out new sequels and producing series, all of which are excellent in quality and impossibly captivating. The beautifully-composed soundtracks are fitting for the theme of the game. Games should be enjoyable and not stressing. Find out in a mesmerizing new game. Thus, the game involves a lot of backtracking and picking up inventory items. Moreover, the voice-overs come with near-perfect lip-syncing and are appropriate for the characters. I mainly wanted to say that this game had so many likeable aspects for me.

They keep spinning out new sequels and producing Royal Flush Solitaire, all of which are excellent in quality and impossibly captivating. There was a game I Loved with art deco pictures and sadly it ended. Is the strange monster really the killer? There are also some collectables and morphing objects to collect. It starts of really slow, picks up speed and Ans through the trail I was already hooked. Madhead Games are the best. The beautifully-composed soundtracks are fitting for the theme of the game. Judging from the quality of the sequel I just had to buy this one and it turned out to be an excellent decision. Donna Brave does not exactly do anything revolutionary, but it is evident through its gameplay that a lot of brainstorming occurred during the development process. Members Collecrors this elite circle include doctors, poets, world renowned travelers, playwrights, composers,and musicians. Donna Brave: And the Deathly Tree is not a complex game by any means, but it Samantha Swift and the Golden Touch offer a fair share of challenge. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by anneframboise from Nice game I must say that MadHead produces the best visual quality games. In this series:. Graphics: Excellent, great scenes, detailed and well crafted.


Stories are interesting and once you start it's hard not to go on and on just to know what's on next. Judging from the quality of the sequel I just had to buy this one and it turned out to be an excellent decision. Does it project the memory in a holograph? Or is he behind it; with his remaining friends from the Golden Circle club? I was very sceptical when I read in the other reviews , new, different , some new challenges ; that has been promised before. This game has it all. Nowadays, the market is cluttered with cookie-cutter adventures, it is refreshing to see a game that attempts to break the mold. Can you exercise your detective skills and break this curse before things get even more out of control? You've witnessed this phenomenon with your own eyes, first the marks appear, and within seconds, a shadowy figure arrives and chaos ensues, before you can figure out what's going on, you discover the victim has been strangled! How does it transport objects, telekinesis? There was one where we are to find fossils and artifacts that was simply incredible, my jaw nearly dropped and I found myself wishing for an entire game of this artwork. The hidden object scenes are satisfying in the sense that they are varied in formats and well-integrated into the storyline. The HO sequences and mini-games, typical of Madhead games, are all sufficiently challenging for even the most ardent aficionados while, at the same time, not so difficult as to make you constantly reach for the hint or skip buttons. Andre Baudin is a member of the finer things club, known as the Golden Circle Club.

Maybe too hard. Donna Brave involves an unusually high amount of multi-level tasks and interactive inventory items. Well, this comes close with details. Thus, this is guaranteed to be a challenging game, even for advanced HOPA players. The game grabs your attention right away with its cinematic opening sequence and never lets go. In this series:. The main game took us around three hours and a half to complete, while the bonus chapter took us another 40 minutes. The essence of Donna Brave that we found refreshing in the first chapter seems to have gone missing in The Deathly Tree. It includes a bonus section with items like a strategy guide, wallpapers, a character gallery, concept art, soundtracks, a memory game, re-playable hidden objects scenes, achievements, collectibles, and morphing objects. There are plenty of breathtaking scenes in this game, all of which are different enough from one another so they never feel repetitive. The majority of the scenes and hidden object items were absolutely beautiful. The audio also plays an important part in this game.

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It has a decent satisfying length with a bonus game and collectibles. The Mini Games are fairly easy, most can be solved on the first attempt. While I was in the top room in one section, it sounded like someone was moving things around at the other end of my home. The story line was well thought out with great voice acting and good flow. Other developers need to take note that Mad Head is pulling ahead of the competition. The beautifully-composed soundtracks are fitting for the theme of the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by anneframboise from Nice game I must say that MadHead produces the best visual quality games. I enjoyed it so much I was not too happy about the demon factor of the story but overall it was so very good. Donna Brave does not exactly do anything revolutionary, but it is evident through its gameplay that a lot of brainstorming occurred during the development process. My review is based on playing the Donna Brave CE including the bonus game. How exactly does this medallion work? And that's what I like. Music: Some repetition but not frantic during HOG, more soothing and enjoyable throughout game. It includes a bonus section with items like a strategy guide, wallpapers, a character gallery, concept art, soundtracks, a memory game, replayable hidden objects scenes, achievements, collectibles, and morphing objects. There was one where we are to find fossils and artifacts that was simply incredible, my jaw nearly dropped and I found myself wishing for an entire game of this artwork.

8 thoughts on “Donna Brave: And the Strangler of Paris Collectors Edition

  1. They keep spinning out new sequels and producing series, all of which are excellent in quality and impossibly captivating. I liked this game, but it would have been a fantastic game if they just ditched all the supernatural aspects, and went strictly with the whodunit murder mystery. The storyline here is nothing we have not seen before, but perhaps, done with a little more focus on the storytelling aspect in this one.

  2. Does it project the memory in a holograph? Graphics: Excellent, great scenes, detailed and well crafted. I only discovered this game after beta testing the sequel and I am so glad I did. This game reminded me of the excellent Final Cut series that exhibited comparable quality and fun.

  3. Well worth the time and effort to enjoy the journey, observe great details and follow a storyline that flowed with direction and reasoning and was entertaining and a fun experience. Stories are interesting and once you start it's hard not to go on and on just to know what's on next. Donna Brave: And the Deathly Tree is not a complex game by any means, but it does offer a fair share of challenge.

  4. How does it transport objects, telekinesis? Donna Brave does not exactly do anything revolutionary, but it is evident through its gameplay that a lot of brainstorming occurred during the development process. They keep spinning out new sequels and producing series, all of which are excellent in quality and impossibly captivating. Nowadays, the market is cluttered with cookie-cutter adventures, it is refreshing to see a game that attempts to break the mold. There is a Antique shop with a parrot filled area I really Loved.

  5. Does it tap into your brainwaves? It starts of really slow, picks up speed and halfway through the trail I was already hooked. This game reminded me of the excellent Final Cut series that exhibited comparable quality and fun. Donna Brave: And the Strangler of Paris offers around four hours of fun in the main game, and the bonus chapter an hour. If someone from the club invented it, why didn't they put all their knowledge towards upgrading the card?

  6. The amount of tasks and interactions that the developer managed to include in a single location is insane. Donna Brave involves an unusually high amount of multi-level tasks and interactive inventory items. They keep spinning out new sequels and producing series, all of which are excellent in quality and impossibly captivating. It starts of really slow, picks up speed and halfway through the trail I was already hooked. This game is beautiful and very detailed.

  7. Can you stop this evil force of nature before it destroys anyone associated with the club? Stories are interesting and once you start it's hard not to go on and on just to know what's on next. I also like the whimsy toy soldier like nutcracker and matching key. Each location is packed with exquisite details and astonishing colors, not a single scene in this game is not wallpaper-worthy. The hidden object scenes are equally creative and are all very entertaining.

  8. Sounds: Good. I really enjoyed playing a matching game against a person and I can play it again and again because it's a bonus memory game. Donna Brave involves an unusually high amount of multi-level tasks and interactive inventory items. If someone from the club invented it, why didn't they put all their knowledge towards upgrading the card? A main hop you had to find things with a kaleidoscope back ground.

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