Spirit of Revenge: A Test of Fire

Vendel Games proudly presents the next installment of the Spirit of Revenge series! You’ve been called in to investigate a series of strange accidents at a school for girls. What starts as a simple investigation quickly takes a deadly turn as you uncover dark secrets and a malevolent spirit haunting the students! Can you save them in time, or will you become the spirit’s next victim? Find out in this spine-tingling hidden-object puzzle adventure!

I had great fun with this game. Puzzles simply add to the mix that makes HOPA games; so whether puzzles are difficult or easy, I still enjoy them and love that they are part of the experience. Enjoyed even though the game was short. There is a good jump map available, that shows where an available task is located, as well as alerting you of an available morph, so you probably won't need to use a hint anyway. The Hidden Objects are almost as plentiful as the puzzles. The HOPS are part of what make this game so much fun for me. I really enjoyed playing this game. The story line is banal, worn out, and a repeat of so many other and much better games. Although the graphics are crisp and clear they are not consistent so I am not sure what is going on here. Yes, I am adding this one to my collection of CE games. As always, try the demo first. This game just wants us to straighten out messes, help weeping girls, and catch bullies. Mini games are not too hard--I only had to consult the walkthrough once solar system. Got half way up on the to buy list. The mini games were fun but nothing you haven't seen before.

They morph quit slowly, so it is easy to miss one if you are in a hurry to move on. The few puzzles I encountered were on the easy side, but I myself like games on the easy side. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Pilot1 from Burn, baby, burn! This could, however, be considered as a CON as well. In this Collector's Edition version, there are 41 Morphing Objects that give you a Hint for each one you find. For the experienced player, this game doesn't hold much of a challenge. This is where you find an item that matches the silhouetted shape shown in the inventory bar, and use that item back in the scene interactively to expose the next item. I actually don't mind easy puzzles, as long as they are fun, who cares whether you solved it in 20 seconds flat, if it's fun, that's what matters. Lately the games seem more a video than game. Yes, I am adding this one to my collection of CE games. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by dancemom1 from Perfect game for a lazy day In any case, none of them are particularly tough, especially if you are a long-time fan of the genre.


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Now, with the help of Ellie's spirit, you must figure out how to stop Megan from hurting more students, which won't be easy, because she's out for revenge! The mix of familiar surroundings and small daily mishaps are a nice change from relentless gloom, and offset the disasters nicely. Especially so, as noted by another reviewer, in the HO sequences. Some of the cutscenes were clear and the colors crisp, especially whenever they showed one of the girls. This game has fairly nice graphics, but could be a bit clearer, not a deal breaker by any means. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Pilot1 from Burn, baby, burn! One minute they are realistic, the next, sloppy, especially when it comes to the Hidden Object Scenes. It's easy to inhabit the girl's school. In my opinion, The Cursed Castle was the only Spirit of Revenge that was top notch, and the Bubble Zoo 2 one with fantastic graphics. I have played all the games in this series, I hope the next installment is comparable to previous editions. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by ninja from Spirit of Revenge strikes again I loved this game! The scenes are fairly clear and Sparkle Unleashed are not difficult to find. The story line is banal, worn og, and a repeat of so many other and Spigit better games. Each game in this series has a little different story line and they have all been interesting.

Tasks to accomplish are intuitive and easy to figure out. Given that the developer, Vendel, has given us some good products in the past, this game is a particular disappointment. Yes, I did buy the game because I have enjoyed most of the others in the series. The last game in this series, Florry's Well was just a hot mess, this game is way better, but I just don't get what's up with the cartoonish graphics. As always, I review mostly on the game play and leave the story to others to review. In this Collector's Edition version, there are 41 Morphing Objects that give you a Hint for each one you find. Especially so, as noted by another reviewer, in the HO sequences. A haunted school full of troubled students was somewhat juvenile to me. No, not much challenge, but occasionally it's just nice to have a fun and relaxing game to play. All and all an easy enjoyable game. Characters include a monosyllabic maid, well-bred and coifed headmistress, neurotic teens, and a very angry ghost. I find the mini-games or puzzles to be fun AND I like the way the game flows. HOPs are varied interactive lists and interactive silhouettes. Facial features fit whatever is happening at the time, movement are very smooth. They morph quit slowly, so it is easy to miss one if you are in a hurry to move on.

Given that the developer, Vendel, has given us some good products in the past, this game is a particular disappointment. I had great fun with this game. The hidden Mad Mouse scenes are clever and interesting; and since the game focuses quite heavily on the hidden objects, this is a big plus. I think Happy Empire: A Bouquet for the Princess levels of players will find this one fun for one reason or another. Date published: HOPs are varied interactive lists and interactive silhouettes. The other extras in the game follow the guidelines so there is nothing new here and definitely less than oc will find in some CE games. There are no Tets environments to explore and not many animations, but at least the cutscenes are pretty decent, at least if you lower your expectations a little bit. I got the idea there is a sequel. Tasks to accomplish are intuitive and easy to figure out. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by dancemom1 from Perfect game for a lazy day Now, with the help of Ellie's spirit, you must figure out how to stop Megan from hurting more students, Concentration won't be easy, because she's out for revenge!


The story line is banal, worn out, and a repeat of so many other and much better games. The voice overs were done pretty well, the music was fitting. As always, try the demo first. There are no gimmicky tools, no helper animals, nothing too scary or morbid. I'll have to figure out why I didn't get the one in this series. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. Even though the strategy guide indicates this might be a short game, I tend to play slowly and savor each screen and step in the game; and since I have enjoyed most of the other games in the series, I am hopeful that this might be a longer game that expected. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Select and swap elements between several certificates. Ellie didn't want to leave Susie behind, so her spirit remained at the school to protect her friend. Especially so, as noted by another reviewer, in the HO sequences. Voices are age and character appropriate, with emotion for a change. You have a spirit seeking revenge for something murderous done to them, so there is really nothing new, per se about this game, that hasn't been done before in the previous versions. I've been waiting for a haunted game where everything doesn't look gross, dirty, run down and full of bugs.

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Spirit of Revenge: A Test of Fire

8 thoughts on “Spirit of Revenge: A Test of Fire

  1. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. One of the reason's I liked this game better than the last one, is that there are a ton of Mini Games, most of which are super easy. One of the reason's I liked this game better than the last, is that there are a ton of Mini Games, most of which are super easy. Mini games are not too hard--I only had to consult the walkthrough once solar system. Overall, I found this game to be straightforward, uncomplicated, and enjoyable on all levels.

  2. We have character figurines, which are not in every scene, so watch for them. The HOP's were a mixed bag of fun. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Select and swap elements between several certificates. Lastly, the graphics are about as simple as you would expect from a HOPA, which means that the artwork is the strongest element.

  3. Each game in this series has a little different story line and they have all been interesting. There are no three-dimensional environments to explore and not many animations, but at least the cutscenes are pretty decent, at least if you lower your expectations a little bit. Even for games that I don't like, I usually recommend them with a caveat. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Select and swap elements between several certificates.

  4. There is a good jump map available, that shows where an available task is located, as well as alerting you of an available morph, so you probably won't need to use a hint anyway. As always, please try the demo to see if you will enjoy the game as well. The story wasn't exactly original but that's not so much what I play for but the puzzles. Lastly, the graphics are about as simple as you would expect from a HOPA, which means that the artwork is the strongest element.

  5. This could, however, be considered as a CON as well. Mini games are not too hard--I only had to consult the walkthrough once solar system. There are also 9 Collectible Character figurines, available in the CE as well, and each one has a small bio that sheds more light on the story than the game itself does.

  6. I think that parts of the game were parceled out to different artist that, IMHO, makes a game style seem fractured somehow. Given all of the above, there is very little 'Fun Factor' in this game. HOS are interactive lists and interactive silhouettes, mostly uncluttered, and you don't have to squint to find the objects. Although the graphics are crisp and clear they are not consistent so I am not sure what is going on here.

  7. It wasn't a 5-star game but it was a solid enjoyable 4-star game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from enjoyed this game in the series a pretty good game in the series. I think that parts of the game were parceled out to different artist that, IMHO, makes a game style seem fractured somehow. This game doesn't even merit that courtesy. For some reason, I only have 3.

  8. One of the reason's I liked this game better than the last one, is that there are a ton of Mini Games, most of which are super easy. A haunted school full of troubled students was somewhat juvenile to me. One minute they are realistic, the next, sloppy, especially when it comes to the Hidden Object Scenes.

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