Grim Tales: The Hunger

Elephant Games presents another chilling tale in their bestselling family drama series Grim Tales! Your niece Jackie Gray has been murdered by a killer whose crimes went unsolved 17 years ago. Team up with Jackie's policeman father and use your powers to go back in time and stop the killer before their murder spree claims Jackie's life in the present! Will you be able to solve the cold case, or will the killer rise again to begin another reign of terror? Travel into the past to find all the clues – and the villain! Find out in this perplexing hidden-object adventure game!


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Gfim doesn't stop him Katy and Bob: Cake Cafe Collectors Edition joining your time-traveling adventure though, because Anna Gray takes Daddy Richard's skull with her wherever she goes, hey who doesn't right? The main game has an average four-hours length, and the bonus chapter Grim Tales: The Hunger another 50 minutes. Some of the mini-games were fun but all are easy, which is the way I like them. The main bad thing is that it is very short and I'm finding that with almost every game. There are way too many "navigation" Sparkle Unleashed puzzles in my opinion, which at Talees:, are back to back. If I did need to go elsewhere it would show where to go and transport me there. So sorry I would have really loved the CE. Have they run out of new ideas or do they just recycle the same scenes? I don't review every one I play, only those that kept me in the story, and this is one. The HOS were fun and I enjoyed going back to different time periods. Patience is not one of my virtues. I know all the Grim Tales stories have this sort of formula but I've played others that have not left me feeling irritated. Lately, the once-unbeatable Grim Tales series has taken quite a hit in terms of quality. The visuals in Grim Tales: The Hunger are pleasing to say the least.

That doesn't stop him from joining your time-traveling adventure though, because Anna Gray takes Daddy Richard's skull with her wherever she goes, hey who doesn't right? I love the Grim Tales series and I own all of them, scroll down for series order but this game was rather boring and way too easy. Music and effects went along with the action in the scene. I was hoping it would take me 2 hours, at least. It has all the staple features Elephant can't seem to resist, magic oil that removes decades of rust instantly, instant ink revealer, missing clock hands, items in a sewer drain, cobwebs, tarps over a trailer. The great thing about these reviews is what each of us looks for in a game. The Mini-Games are decent but some of them have vague instructions. Then we get to the gameplay. I sure did. I always try the demo. There are way too many "navigation" style puzzles in my opinion, which at times, are back to back. All of my reviews are based upon completed play of the game.

Because it seemed really short to me. That's Battle Slots short. Aside from a really easy adventure component, Grim Tales: The Hunger had puzzles Asian Mahjong everywhere. Still, it wasn't bad. Music and effects went along with the action in the scene. I swear, since Big Fish closed it's forums still not sure why that happened because they were very helpful and they got more into mobile games, which I swear will be the death of good, full games, the game quality has gone down. I found it rather entertaining, although not as much as other games in this series and I believe I have them all. Although there wasn't a lot of back and forth, the map did come Hex 2 handy to see if I had missed anything in that scene. Great graphics and colors. There weren't dark shades of purple and black. The great thing about these reviews is what each of us looks for in a game. The puzzles weren't too difficult; only one gave me a bit of trouble and I skipped it. I sure did.


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This one really does have some mystery to it, although it is a familiar story. So sorry I would have really loved the CE.. Because I pretty much finished the first chapter in the demo, I was able to speed through it when I actually bought it and finished the entire game in about an hour. I used the custom mode so I wouldn't have to wait for the hint and skip to recharge. The puzzles weren't too difficult; only one gave me a bit of trouble and I skipped it. If you're reading this, Elephant Games, please go back to the beautiful mansions and countryside cottages that made these games so beautiful to begin with. I honestly can say I did not enjoy a second of this game. If I did need to go elsewhere it would show where to go and transport me there. I always try the demo. There just seemed to be one after the other, way too many for the demo or my liking. Maybe it's because the series has gone on so long they've ran out of relatives and they're running through them once again. I like the series, so I bought it without trying it. I'm not a big fan of supernatural games, but I do like this series. The sense of urgency is also lacking in The Hunger, making for a forgettable and dull storyline. The graphics were clear and crisp with realistic character designs, but that's really the only positive I can say about this game.

Daddy Richard has returned and honestly, he's the best part of this game. I used to buy an HO game and it'd take me a while to get through it, but now they are all so short. I swear, since Big Fish closed it's forums still not sure why that happened because they were very helpful and they got more into mobile games, which I swear will be the death of good, full games, the game quality has gone down. The main game has an average four-hours length, and the bonus chapter adds another 50 minutes. I used the custom mode so I wouldn't have to wait for the hint and skip to recharge. Although there wasn't a lot of back and forth, the map did come in handy to see if I had missed anything in that scene. AND got to do it the second time.. Instead of focusing on the juicy family drama that was the center theme for many of the superior Grim Tales games, The Hunger utilizes a derivative murder mystery plot, mixed with uninteresting time-traveling elements. The developer aims to engage the player into the mystery through the evidence tab, but its use is actually very minimal and adds very little suspense to the game. I was surprised that Anna didn't talk in this one. At this point, it is to be expected that Elephant Games would deliver a top-grade product with their every release — and production is one of the few redeeming qualities of Grim Tales: The Hunger. I always try the demo. The music department also tries their best to increase the thrills through the soundtracks, despite how timid and safe the game actually is. Still, it wasn't bad. That doesn't stop him from joining your time-traveling adventure though, because Anna Gray takes Daddy Richard's skull with her wherever she goes, hey who doesn't right?

I'm not a big fan of supernatural games, but I do like this series. The sense of urgency is also lacking in The Hunger, making for a forgettable and dull storyline. There weren't dark shades of purple and black. Date published: I'd rather get this game on sale than spend full price on it. Have they run out of new ideas or do they just recycle the same scenes? Firstly, the story was just too strange to be believable. Because they insist on using the same obvious tasks, this game can be done in your sleep They did keep my interest. Although there wasn't a lot of back and forth, the map did come in handy to see if I had missed anything in that scene. Some minis I just don't know what to do. That's really short. I sure did. One thing I wish designers would do is have a way to have the computer complete the mini and then allow the player to attempt it again. Don't get me wrong the game was ok, I mean I did finish it.

7 thoughts on “Grim Tales: The Hunger

  1. I will continue to buy this series because you always want to see what happens next. One thing I wish designers would do is have a way to have the computer complete the mini and then allow the player to attempt it again. If I did need to go elsewhere it would show where to go and transport me there. There just seemed to be one after the other, way too many for the demo or my liking. I have always liked the this story line.

  2. The main game has an average four-hours length, and the bonus chapter adds another 50 minutes. If I did need to go elsewhere it would show where to go and transport me there. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by deddu from Good, But Seemed Short This is a good standard hidden object game that seemed to go fast. The bonus section consists of a strategy guide, wallpapers, screensavers, concept art, soundtracks, achievements, collectibles, morphing objects, and archives.

  3. About the time I got settled into the game and thought the plot was really taking off, I realized I was at Endgame. The story had no major plot twists or turns and just wasn't gripping whatsoever. The great thing about these reviews is what each of us looks for in a game. The music department also tries their best to increase the thrills through the soundtracks, despite how timid and safe the game actually is.

  4. The visuals in Grim Tales: The Hunger are pleasing to say the least. HOPS are easy and not distracting from the story. Some of the mini-games were fun but all are easy, which is the way I like them. I saw from the CE that this game would be pretty short, so yeah. Aside from a really easy adventure component, we had puzzles literally everywhere.

  5. Although there wasn't a lot of back and forth, the map did come in handy to see if I had missed anything in that scene. Something that probably gets overlooked, but since I play quite a few HO games, something I appreciate is that when I've used or done everything in a scene or area, it closes up automatically, so I don't waste time going back into them trying to wonder if I finished everything there. The puzzles weren't too difficult; only one gave me a bit of trouble and I skipped it.

  6. Lately, the once-unbeatable Grim Tales series has taken quite a hit in terms of quality. Date published: Others will go into depth about the story, so I'll just say it got me involved from the beginning and kept me until the end. Although there wasn't a lot of back and forth, the map did come in handy to see if I had missed anything in that scene.

  7. I will continue to buy this series because you always want to see what happens next. Of course, apparently there are a few games before this one and this is the first one I'm playing, so that's probably why. There are way too many "navigation" style puzzles in my opinion, which at times, are back to back.

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