Grim Facade: Broken Sacrament 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. Amax Interactive brings you the newest chilling addition to the Grim Façade series! When the head of a prominent family seemingly dies at the hands of their deceased matriarch, you’re called in to investigate! Can you find the malevolent culprit on a remote Italian island in time, or will you fall victim to an ancient curse? Find out in this spine-tingling Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure! See what our Beta testers had to say: “I can't wait to buy this one! I love this series and have every game. My favorite to date of Mystery of Venice; however that may change when this one comes out! So much fun to play with interesting and different things to do.” - Sophie, beta tester “I LOVED this game! Excellent storyline, brilliant graphics, loved the morphing and the collecting. I hated when it ended. I can't wait for the full game to come out! Now I'm going to re-play my other Grim Facade games over again...Thank You!” - Selen, beta tester

I almost didn't post this, because the game has been out for a while, but I had to put my two cents worth in, because of some of the negative reviews. While it is rather long, it really doesn't give you the feel of the game. Give the demo a try, but don't base your reflection entirely on the demo. It was an immediate buy. Clear and crisp. The Hidden Object Scenes are well done, again the devs have done a nice job of keeping the items true to the period of time. It's hard to tell whether you're playing Grim Facade or DT censored game because they look identical, the structures are the same, the characters are the same, the music is the same, the features are the same, the tasks are the same. Colors are quite nice and bright, very true. There are also Conversation Choices, but this feature rarely excites me nowadays, however, if it made a difference in the outcome of the story, that would be a whole different ballgame! The animals are totally adorable. I usually skip the puzzles, but actually took the time to play these. This game has it all, from the creepy well drawn graphics, to the spooky and eerie music, to the interactive hidden object scenes and puzzles, including one where the player has to take items off corpses in the family crypt, including slipping a ring off a skeleton finger. Puzzles and HOS were varied and enjoyable. Naturally a detective from Scotland Yard will travel out to a coastal Italian estate to investigate the murder of an Italian citizen, right?

They were creative. Clear and crisp. The story was kind of convoluted but it tied up nicely at the end. I usually feel the time with puzzles, looking for collectables, and morphing objects takes away from playing the adventure part of the game. I completed most all of them after the demo. We loved everything about this game. I did lose some of the story and was a bit confused but it all came together at the end. Good news: The Demo takes a fairly long time to play through, even if you disregard the "fillers. Naturally a detective from Scotland Yard will travel out to a coastal Italian estate to investigate the murder of an Italian citizen, right? The only problem is I didn't have a chance to play it all at once broke my playing time over a couple of days. Graphics were well done. We played Grim Facade: Broken Sacrament on the easiest difficulty mode, rarely skipped any puzzles, and completed the game in around four hours.


Grim Facade: Broken Sacrament Collectors Edition

There is more obscurity involved than usual - as in nothing is explained. Of course, because of the genre of the game there are a lot of blues and such, but the colors were okay. If you haven't tried the demo, you should. Good news: The Demo takes a fairly long time to play through, even if you disregard the "fillers. I didn't have to keep hitting the Saxrament button just to see where to go GGrim. Colors are quite nice and bright, very true. The animals are Collecctors adorable. The story was kind of convoluted but it tied up nicely at the end. The Mini Games are in abundance, several of which are part games, and some are available in a Casual or Hard mode Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll Supercow during the demo:! The only problem is I didn't have a chance to play Faacade: all at once broke my playing time over a couple of days. A few instances, the game took you there. I even This is one of them.

A few instances, the game took you there. Is this the work of an ancient curse collecting their dues for breaking an agreement, or do the Morante women have a curse up their sleeves? I must also admit that I loved the creativity of the HOP where you had to switch between 3 gravestones to find missing plates and miscellaneous items as well as solve small puzzles. Graphics: They are absolutely gorgeous. One thing that was essential was the map. I didn't find much wrong with this game. There is something to do every minute at many locations all beautifully drawn. Not only are there a lot of puzzles but some are different and some are challenging. I usually skip the puzzles, but actually took the time to play these. The animals are totally adorable. I also liked the maze and picking up objects to help. I love puzzles in HOPA games and even though some puzzles are familiar there are still some surprises in difficulty.

That's unusual for me. Music and effects went along with the action in the scenes. It doesn't get much more creepy than that. There is one character I thought was going to break into a valley girl, but she came to her senses. Happy Gaming! Clear and Secret Missions: Mata Hari and the Kaisers Submarines. This game has it all, from the creepy well drawn graphics, to the spooky and eerie music, to the interactive hidden object scenes and puzzles, including one where the player has to take items off corpses in the family crypt, including slipping a ring off a skeleton finger. I've been a fan of the Grim Facade: Broken Sacrament series and really enjoyed the games in the series. There is more obscurity involved than usual - as in nothing is explained.


The Hidden Object Scenes are rather scarce, mostly Multiples or Fragment finds, but I did rather enjoy finding words with No, Not or any word ending with n't on several documents, such as don't, won't, wasn't etc. Puzzles and HOS were varied and enjoyable. I didn't find much wrong with this game. I actually don't mind easy puzzles, as long as they are fun. There's just something about this game that doesn't float my Queen Victoria yacht, perhaps the meaningless tasks, the repetitiveness, or the slow-moving plot? And I just like looking at the scenery. You really need to try the Demo and see if you want to add this GF game to your collection. This game seemed more geared towards the beginner player, as it was on the easy side. I did lose some of the story and was a bit confused but it all came together at the end. It's just nice to have a fun and relaxing game to play. The graphics are some of the best I've seen in a Grim Facade game, still the same, but better than previous versions which seems to have opted for more CG graphics over the muted yellowish hand-drawn graphics of prior games. Not only is the game full of things to do, it is also beautiful and just what I have been looking for after all the dreary, colorless games that wrapped up in the past 3 months. Thanks for the reviews. If you haven't tried the demo, you should. A few instances, the game took you there.

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6 thoughts on “Grim Facade: Broken Sacrament Collectors Edition

  1. Grim Facade: Broken Sacrament Collector's Edition Review Screenshots, Videos: The heart-pounding music and the creepy ambient sounds also help increase the suspense of the game. The graphics are some of the best I've seen in a Grim Facade game, still the same, but better than previous versions which seems to have opted for more CG graphics over the muted yellowish hand-drawn graphics of prior games. Graphics are really nice in this game, though, just like the animations. The story was kind of convoluted but it tied up nicely at the end.

  2. There is no alternative type puzzle offered, and some of the scenes are repeated. I completed most all of them after the demo. There is something to do every minute at many locations all beautifully drawn. The only problem is I didn't have a chance to play it all at once broke my playing time over a couple of days. I really enjoyed the hidden objects.

  3. Like me, you might find you really like the game. I love puzzles in HOPA games and even though some puzzles are familiar there are still some surprises in difficulty. The puzzles are more challenging, and they are smartly integrated into the storyline.

  4. I usually feel the time with puzzles, looking for collectables, and morphing objects takes away from playing the adventure part of the game. First of all, the landscapes and sceneries in this installment is mesmerizing; filled with exotic locations and interestingly-designed themes. Grim Facade: Broken Sacrament Collector's Edition Review Screenshots, Videos: The heart-pounding music and the creepy ambient sounds also help increase the suspense of the game.

  5. There are also Conversation Choices, but this feature rarely excites me nowadays, however, if it made a difference in the outcome of the story, that would be a whole different ballgame! Good news: The characters are interesting and seem better conceived than usual. Many of the scenes offer Panoramic views, where you can scroll further to the left or right in an attempt to make the player feel like they are actually there. The story was interesting and easy to follow.

  6. I thought the voice overs were well done. Raimondo Morante either fell down the stairs in the dark, or was pushed, possibly by his long dead first wife. This game seemed more geared towards the beginner player, as it was on the easy side. This time it doesn't get outright booming. The story is a bit convoluted and difficult to follow at times, but if you can keep up with who's who then you'll understand everything at the end.

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