The Unseen Fears: Ominous Talent Collectors Edition

Grandma Studios presents another mysterious journey beyond the everyday world in The Unseen Fears: Ominous Talents! Your friend Carlos, an art critic, asked you to visit Italy to help investigate the disappearance of a colleague. The clues all lead back to the same local gallery where you quickly discover that this disappearance wasn’t the first. And as the pieces fall into place, you’ll discover a supernatural web of lies, jealousy, and betrayal. You’ll have to find the clues, learn the truth, and watch who you trust to solve the case and stop the disappearances in this intriguing new Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure game!

I found this an excellent addition to the game. Shame, because I enjoyed Outlive in this series. Collector's Edition Extra's: 8 Wallpapers all with Characters? Scenes are fairly clean and items were not difficult to find. If the quality is there, being short is just fine by me. The game runs smoothly, the colors are vivid, and the graphics though not so modern looking, are sharp and appealing to me. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from It didn't grab me but I didn't hate it. It is another story. I don't expect them to put me on edge of my seat. I don't think it was well designed. This is a somewhat short and boring chapter that retraces most of your steps from the Main Chapter. Some games are too long and become painfully boring sometimes. In this series:. The paint pallets are exchanged to purchase paints to color a picture available at the end of the game. Origami puzzle.

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Checkers puzzle. Good stuff: Two collectibles in each scene, lots of HOPs and puzzles, clear bright artwork, and good VO's all seem to promise a good game. Unlike Grandma's last Whispered Secrets masterpiece, this Hidden Chapter is nothing more than a single, one-and-done, Hidden Object Scene where you locate Listed Items on 4 tabs that reveal an object when all listed items are found on each tab. Connect dots on a phone as per a given pattern to open it. This game is not challenging, but you are constantly on the move and there is enough character interaction to keep you interested. I like games if they make me want to play again. As an investigator with psychic abilities, can you withstand the dark forces and catch this vicious serial killer? You are off to Italy to investigate a photography exhibition. Didn't notice much blurring at all. A group of muses are involved in these mysterious disappearances and it is up to you to locate the culprit. My favorite scene is one in which the player must locate four 4 each of three 3 landmarks on a map, some which require some interaction within the scene. Other bonuses include a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept art, soundtracks, movies, achievements, collectibles, replayable hidden object scenes, and replayable puzzles. Bonus part was good with a good length. I really liked making the potion once I figured it out. In this series:.

You can switch to a match 3 if you get bored. I like the arts. Yes, I am adding this one to my CE collection. It is more of a HOP scene than a mini-game. Hello friends! Have tokens jump over each other until only one remains. But overall I really enjoyed this game and I didn't mind that it was not a terribly long game. Pretty easy on the difficulty scale, but that's the way I like it. Still, the game delivers some of the most creative hidden object scenes we have seen as of late, and the puzzles are also pretty solid. The paint by number didn't label the paint with numbers and I thought it should have. As usual, I review mostly on the game play and leave the story line to others. I enjoyed the nice variety of HOPs and the mini games were not so complex as to cause frustration. I completely lost interest in the "story" and really couldn't care less about the characters. Map puzzle. As an investigator with psychic abilities, can you withstand the dark forces and catch this vicious serial killer?


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Music was okay. Are his talents being used nefariously? These Collectrs as money to buy paint to complete a paint by the number picture. One does search for items but not to bad. The paint by number didn't label the paint with numbers and I thought it should have. Collectibles are a bit disappointing. The bonus chapter is ok but Nathaniel should lead in Braveland Wizard main and bonus chapters in my mind. This is a great game for the entire family. In this series:. There is also a Built-In Strategy Guide. In short, this is a rather tedious game with very little to recommend Fearrs: so I won't either. Each time the Tattoo is activated, you will play a mini-game puzzle variation such as a horizontal slider puzzle or rotating hexagonal puzzle pieces to complete the image. You are off to Italy to investigate a photography exhibition. If the quality is there, being short is just fine by me.

Game play was very good, with no problems during the demo. I don't think it was well designed. The story line is nothing new, but I found myself really getting into it by the time the demo ended. Continue collecting the collectibles from the main game. Still, the game delivers some of the most creative hidden object scenes we have seen as of late, and the puzzles are also pretty solid. However, what makes The Unseen Fears stand out from the rest of its kind is the delivery. Grandma Games has always provided me with quality entertainment and "Ominous Talent" has proven to be another goodie for my collection. I'm hoping it to be a continuation, rather than an entirely different story because I don't feel one chapter is enough time for a satisfying story. If the quality is there, being short is just fine by me. I was happy to pick up what I missed in the end so I could open the Good Memories which is a hops. Can't report on the Bonus Chapter, not quite there yet. Maze puzzle. Thank you.

I was hoping to get a repeat of the HOs in that game where you have to hop from scene to scene to pick Ominoous up to Unsesn elsewhere but sadly, I've not come across any. Nevertheless, I would rather play a quality short game than one which is long, drawn out, and boring. Unlike Grandma's last Whispered Secrets masterpiece, this Hidden Chapter is nothing more than a single, one-and-done, Hidden Object Scene where you locate Listed Items on 4 tabs that reveal an object when all listed items are found on each tab. I liked quite a few puzzles. It is a Mad Mouse game; nevertheless, I enjoyed playing it. While we do find some of the voice-overs to be a little unnatural, the quality of the audio overall offsets that minor flaw. However, what makes The Unseen Fears stand out from the rest of its kind is the The Unseen Fears: Ominous Talent Collectors Edition. One does search for items but not to bad. Hopefully your investigation will lead to a picture-perfect solution. Connect dots on Shadow Wolf Mysteries: Cursed Wedding phone as Tzlent a given pattern to open it. The furnishing's and surroundings were very plain and I like fancier. Always love the extras. This game was more do-able for me, but Talentt is still too many IMO. Again, we have supernatural powers, which seemed out of place on occasion.


8 thoughts on “The Unseen Fears: Ominous Talent Collectors Edition

  1. So that just made it a OK game in my eyes. The amount of collectibles were easy to find, I especially liked collecting the palettes for painting a picture at the end of game and always love the achievements. Match up people with an image associated with their profession by switching wires H. There are twenty-six 26 mini-games, eleven of which can be replayed at the end of the game. A group of muses are involved in these mysterious disappearances and it is up to you to locate the culprit.

  2. I've played a game with muses before and it didn't bother me to do it again. Pretty easy on the difficulty scale, but that's the way I like it. If you make a mistake you begin anew.

  3. The graphics are elegantly drawn and vibrantly colored, the animations are top-shelf, and the special effects are spectacular. You then use those 4 objects interactively in the scene to complete the HOP. Play Nathaniel, a supernatural detective off on another adventure, this time involving the disappearance of several art critics. Nathaniel, the supernatural detective with the wicked glowing tatoo, is once again called in to help a friend. Hint system is helpful, but we do not have the transport feature, unless it shows up later in the game.

  4. A bit more variety would have made this a much better game. The game is not bad, just another of the same old, same old. In short, this is a rather tedious game with very little to recommend it so I won't either. All I found was that we have 54 photos, two in each scene.

  5. If you go through the tick list of morphs, collectibles, decent graphics etc, it's got it all but it's just not fun. The bonus chapter is ok but Nathaniel should lead in both main and bonus chapters in my mind. I don't buy many games these days because they are so laden with puzzles.

  6. The graphics are elegantly drawn and vibrantly colored, the animations are top-shelf, and the special effects are spectacular. I've played a game with muses before and it didn't bother me to do it again. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by RPgames from Not using a bad muse joke I liked this game.

  7. Hopefully your investigation will lead to a picture-perfect solution. You may be able to overlook all that. He wasn't even in the bonus chapter.

  8. It is another story. These are a little small, but still can easily be seen The paint pallets are exchanged to purchase paints to color a picture available at the end of the game. This game was more do-able for me, but 26 is still too many IMO.

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