Dangerous Games: Illusionist

From Blam!, creators of Punished Talents: Seven Muses and the European Mystery series. The first annual Championship of Illusionists ended in tragedy. Twenty years later, the event is back, and you've been asked to write a story about it. It promises to be entertaining news... but things go straight to the front page when a mysterious red-masked man appears out of thin air to abduct the first contestant! Stranger still, the hotel owner claims the man died during the previous competition! Who is the mysterious Red Mask, and what does he want? You'll have to unravel a series of strange and mysterious illusions to find out. Just be careful – nothing is as it seems in this exciting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!


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Touch the clock and Dangeroys the door G. Return to Northern Tale Living Room. In addition to that, the mini game where one has to assemble the house is difficult, since even the strategy guide is wrong. Solution E. It just wasn't fun. Remove all Tumblebugs 2 glass. Return to the Market. Not sure where the cut scene at the beginning fits in, but hey, you can't have it all. Each HOP has codes to decipher and small puzzles within to add more interactive features. Easy to avoid this once aware of it. Pop-a-Tronic the plant. Touch the picture purple. Unfortunately, things don't go well Dangerous Games: Illusionist time either, because that wouldn't be very "dangerous" so now you must play a wicked game with an Illusionist who has some pretty deadly tricks up his sleeve.

Talk to the man L. Easy to avoid this once aware of it. The animation and colors were very nice, the games and puzzles were fun, and I did want to know what had happened to the illusionist. Can you survive this terrifying ordeal and separate what is real from illusion? The demo was so short, and had I gone by that, I would not have purchased the game. You can also customize your playing level. Nice assortment. Return to the Dining Room. Touch the scene. And I am SO SICK of SE games being only half a game - it stops so suddenly you just know it is because the next scene is the CE extra bit - there is so much left unexplained, although the explanation is clearly important to the game. You collect morphing trick cards throughout and some take a lot of finding to be truthful luckily the strategy guide comes in handy there , the cards show you how actual illusions are done - so if you're interested in that don't look! Rated 5 out of 5 by kerith90angel from This game is in my top 10 of all time favorites. The HOS are varied in types.

There is a interactive map that lets you jump and shows where you have something to do. I was a little unnerved with a hopeless feeling that I didn't know where I was or what I was dealing with. The mini games, that's another story. Solutions I loved the Dangerous Games: Illusionist that every puzzle and hidden object scene kept true to the genre with magic tricks and illusions. Go into Dangerous Games: Illusionist Tree House. Go to the Bedroom. This is one of those games that just gets better after the demo which is a rare New Yankee 7: Deer Hunters. Easy to avoid Dolphin Dice Slots once aware of it. The animation and colors were very Gxmes:, the games Dangedous puzzles were fun, and I did want to know what had happened to the illusionist. The HOS are varied in types. Too often games are over complicated in that they are all over the place rather than consistent in storyline and flow. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by moknows from Beautiful Graphics! Can you survive this terrifying ordeal and separate what is real from illusion? Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by denniann2 from i have played better games it is an ok game.


Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by moknows from Beautiful Graphics! The map is transporting which is always helpful though not always necessary. The mini-games are great fun although to be honest, I skipped quite a few because I was in a rush to finish the main game! It just wasn't fun. Solution C. Sure wasn't 90 minutes, but it was plenty for me to know that I will not buy this. Talk to the men Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ninda2 from Enjoyed the story line is easy to follow. The graphics are beautiful. The demo was so short, and had I gone by that, I would not have purchased the game. There were a total variety from lists, to putting things together, to silhouettes. I've enjoyed other Blam games and thought this would be of the same quality. The demo is only 30 min so basing my view on beta and demo.

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The demo was so short, and had I gone by that, I would not have purchased the game. Well worth it. I think I just didn't enjoy it because of the cut scenes; the changing realities were irritating to me, visually. Talk to the men Go forward. Each HOP has codes to decipher and small puzzles within to add more interactive features. You can also customize your playing level. Solution: , , , , The challenge with them is just trying to understand. Wasn't too difficult. The hidden objects were different in style. I believe that was the most frustrating thing about the game. And I am SO SICK of SE games being only half a game - it stops so suddenly you just know it is because the next scene is the CE extra bit - there is so much left unexplained, although the explanation is clearly important to the game.

Talk to the men Solutions Wasn't too difficult. Solution E. You collect morphing trick cards. No journal I could find, and not necessary anyway. Remove the funnel and replace the cover. The map is transporting which is always helpful though not always necessary. Enter the Cafe M. Unfortunately, things don't go well this time either, because that wouldn't be very "dangerous" so now you must play a wicked game with an Illusionist who has some pretty deadly tricks up his sleeve. It is the only game so far? Not sure where the cut scene at the beginning fits in, but hey, you can't have it all. The hidden objects were different in style. As well, the mini-games in this one are entertaining and have some variation. Go to the Tree House.

12 thoughts on “Dangerous Games: Illusionist

  1. The hidden objects were different in style. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by from Will Draw You In The story line is very easy to follow and makes sense. The game feels as if love, time and money went into every detail is thought out.

  2. Solution W. Now, understand, I do not care for minis in the first place, but when I can't figure out what to do, that's a horse of the different color. Go to the Bedroom.

  3. Colors were nice and bright and the music went along with the game. Go to the Market J. The levels are easy enough for the less experienced while challenging enough for the more experienced.

  4. I was anxious to see when the full version would be coming out. Solution S. Having said all these negative things about this game, I bought it, but if you play the demo, just remember there is a lot more game where that ends. The mini games were all based upon illusionist tricks and very creative. It is a long game compared to those coming out in later years.

  5. The mini games, that's another story. Return to the Living Room. So far the story line is easy to follow. I could not figure out what in the world to do in many of them and I was just thrilled that the skip button recharged quickly.

  6. I "tricked" myself. Close it and spin it. It is a long game compared to those coming out in later years.

  7. Touch the blocks H. I know now why it came out in the SE version so soon. The demo was so short, and had I gone by that, I would not have purchased the game.

  8. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by moknows from Beautiful Graphics! Return to the Living Room. And I am SO SICK of SE games being only half a game - it stops so suddenly you just know it is because the next scene is the CE extra bit - there is so much left unexplained, although the explanation is clearly important to the game. Does not let you look at stuff at the bottom of hidden object scenes.

  9. Walk down. Not sure where the cut scene at the beginning fits in, but hey, you can't have it all. And I am SO SICK of SE games being only half a game - it stops so suddenly you just know it is because the next scene is the CE extra bit - there is so much left unexplained, although the explanation is clearly important to the game.

  10. Go through it. Go to the Tree House. I think I just didn't enjoy it because of the cut scenes; the changing realities were irritating to me, visually. The demo is only 30 min so basing my view on beta and demo.

  11. It starts off so promisingly, but then just turns into a mess - it's as thought someone had lots of ideas but not enough to make each into a full game so they've just thrown them all together here. The HOS are varied in types. Go forward. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by denniann2 from i have played better games it is an ok game. Zoom into the vases J.

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