Reflections of Life: In Screams and Sorrow 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. From Grandma Studios, the makers behind Whispered Secrets, comes a fantastic new tale in the Reflections of Life series! The world as we know it changed the day a magic portal opened and we welcomed the strange people who came through it. For a while, life was improving, until a strange disease began spreading from these new visitors. As a talented student of pharmacology, you’re called in to help stop this, before it becomes a plague! Join up with one of your oldest friends to develop the cure. All the while, a dark shadow hangs over you. Someone wants to make sure you never find a cure! Who’s truly behind this mysterious illness? Find out in this intriguing hidden-object puzzle adventure game! See what our Beta testers had to say: “I especially liked the overall feel of the game. The colors were vibrant and bright and game play was fast. This theme is a familiar one, but still kept my interest. The game did not feel dark or scary, more like a love story. Controls were easy to understand, the game had a jump map and an owl helper. I also liked the ability to switch to a match 3 instead of doing a HO. The entire game was interactive. Mini games were not to easy, but not to hard either.” - Zoe, beta tester “I love this game! It is bright for a hidden object so I can see everything. I love the beginning with the shadows for the hidden objects. You don't see that too often. I love finding the owl and having him help and now I have to wait and see what happens to Nova. Terrific game! Thanks for sending me the Beta Test. Love this game and will go back and find the early one.” - Barb, beta tester


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How about some gameplay for thinking adults instead of the usual running back and forth to complete ridiculous tasks? Scremas is used eight 8 times in the demo, which, for me, is excessive. In the bonus chapter. The graphics weren't too bad and I didn't notice much in the way of blurring in the scenes. So you know there are lots of scenes. As always, I review on the game play and let Magic Life review on the story line, Mad Mouse they are much better at that than I am. I was undecided during the first little bit, as I couldn't find myself "connecting" with Michael, who we are supposed to work with to create the cure. I really enjoyed the one with the daffadils. However, after the demo, he is hardly used at all. It was very cute and extremely helpful, especially during one or Exition confrontation. Colors and story line may be great Battle Slots the waiting is tough. The gameplay does not divert much from the HOPA format we are familiar with, but there are enough smart twists and turns to hook us in. The artwork is incredibly detailed and the architectures in the game offer some real stunning sights. There are two which I did enjoy playing. There are Silhouetted Shape finds, Replacing items back into the scene, Multiples of the same object finds, and Interactive List finds available.

Fun factor? After playing the previous two Reflections in the series I was excited to see a Guardians picture. They are everywhere in this game and some are easy to locate, and some are not. So far, I have found three in each scene. It had fun, and different mini-games, interactive Hidden Object games, great music and most of all the most unique and gorgeous graphics and scenes I've seen in any game here on big fish! While the first HO scene was actually creative, the rest were basic interactive lists. However, upon arriving you are shocked at how much he has aged. I probably should have played the demo first. I love the visuals in this game. Ambassadors from both worlds signed a Peace Treaty and the two worlds seemed to coincide with each other without incident, or so it seemed. Henriks guards act aggressively against all, who resist his dictate. It is far above average in HOGs, in my opinion. Is this an evil scheme planned by the Cities or just a pure coincidence?

I love the visuals in this game. Expert mode allows Hint, skip, and helpful messages. However, when it appears the antidote is not working, Michael asks you to develop an antidote which will work. The game stays at a Citadel Arcanes tempo throughout. There's just one problem What is the true intent of Henrick?


Is he a friend or foe? Expert mode allows Hint, skip, and helpful messages. Mini games are ok, could be better. After graduating from pharmacy school with honors, you are off visit your friend Michael. In my personal opinion, this Standard Edition version is the route to take, I just don't see anything exciting enough in the CE version to constitute twice the price! The Bad Guy Loses! There is only one collectible — love letters. As it is helpful and not asking for attention, a feature, tolerable for all players. Only worth a CE price if you want to see the reason this series became popular in the first place. If I had I wouldn't have bought it. Rated 5 out of 5 by chrmn2k from Best Hidden Object game ever! POV of my reviews: Gamer since This is the third Reflections of Life missing the Guardians. With all the shorter games of late, it is a rather long game, so you do get your money's worth.

Henrik, ruler of one of the cities, offered medicine in exchange for young men for his court. Lead your character through a maze. Not very many HOPs, and those are the standard variety. POV of my reviews: Gamer since Henriks guards act aggressively against all, who resist his dictate. Again, we play the same HOP multiple times and don't seem to move to new areas very quickly. Sound FX were quite well done when we had them. Nova doesn't really do much except get captured or occasionally hand us things. The graphics weren't too bad and I didn't notice much in the way of blurring in the scenes. Best puzzle in the game. Below is a list of brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Rotate the petri dish to align the shaped puzzle pieces. There are Silhouetted Shape finds, Replacing items back into the scene, Multiples of the same object finds, and Interactive List finds available. Moving one moves the other. There are two which I did enjoy playing. I do recommend this game, but I encourage you to play the demo first.

Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ketsattoancau from fun game This isn't one of my favorite HO games out there, but overall it is highly playable and fun in the 1st half. Collectibles were very disappointing. The game starts somewhat slow, but gets a bit faster during the rest of the game sans the ending. The puzzles are variations of ones seen in most games. Expert mode allows Hint, skip, and helpful messages. I love the visuals in this game. Moving one moves the other. I liked the interactive hops. A few years ago, the Sages activated a portal to a parallel dimension. I really enjoyed the one with the daffadils. It just seemed like the developers were in a rush to get it finished without much thought about the game play. There is also the ability to play Match 3 instead of the HOP's.

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9 thoughts on “Reflections of Life: In Screams and Sorrow Collectors Edition

  1. I buy for the story and hops. The only ones I enjoyed in the game were the search-and-replace scenes in which you locate items and replace them back within the scene. The scenes are standard ones seen in most games. For the puzzles I loved two mazes and in the bonus chapter I liked putting together multi colored glass to make different animals. So where's Grace?

  2. You will get a little help from friends, however. Maze puzzle. A few years ago, the Sages activated a portal to a parallel dimension. Differently shaped and colored microbes would have fit the theme better. Again we have a helpful owl goes to locations we can't reach.

  3. But I really had a good time and will look forward to the next one in the series. I'm sure this will appeal to beginners, but I doubt a seasoned gamer would care much for it. As the disease began to spread, Henrik arrived from the Cities to offer a cure in exchange for our children, to supposedly join his court. Date published:

  4. Hidden Object Scenes are very creative, which is something I rarely say nowadays! You also have an owl helper in the game, which in my opinion is a harmless addition, but some player may find unnecessary. Most of the HOP's are multi-layered and unfortunately, some of the scenes are repeated, which is a feature I really don't care for, it's just too boring and items are too easily spotted the second time around. You are off to this parallel universe to develop an antidote for this disease all while investigating what Henrick is up to. By the end of the game, I wasn't really invested in either Michael or Nova.

  5. Next wallpaper, I'll use would be the architecture beauty, building with the domes. I am pleased I did! There are Silhouetted Shape finds, Replacing items back into the scene, Multiples of the same object finds, and Interactive List finds available. But that's just my opinion.

  6. Scenes are reused within the game as well. Expert mode allows Hint, skip, and helpful messages. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by dancemom1 from Move on already!

  7. Currently own computer games. Henriks guards act aggressively against all, who resist his dictate. The puzzles are variations of ones seen in most games. I found the pace slow.

  8. He is suffering from a disease, Senetka, which was contracted by the people of his village with the opening of a parallel universe. One of my favorite parts of this game was the "Helper Owl". There are one hundred two love letters to collect. From this other dimension entered Henrick, an alien offering a cure for the ravages of this disease. I liked the interactive hops.

  9. Game play was good, with no glitches or problems during the demo. This disease rapidly ages people, and there was no cure until Henrik, the supposed savior of the other world, offers a cure in exchange for some of the children 12 and under, I believe. However, I feel this super puzzle, containing three 3 mediocre puzzles, has nothing to do with the theme of the game. I'd already bought this on sale based on my love for the series and a buy one get one free.

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