Fatal Hearts

In Fatal Hearts you play the role of Christina Robinson. Help her navigate the puzzles that will solve the secrets behind her dreams. As the story unfolds you will be forced to make choices of who to believe, who to trust, and who to declare an enemy. Solve inquisitive puzzles and conquer challenges, but be careful, or Christina may become another victim!

The only complaint I have is that some of the puzzles require outside research in order to solve them and a couple of others are immensely difficult, but most of the puzzles are great fun. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Kitilark from Disappointed I was really looking forward to trying this game after reading the reviews. It's a wonderful game and has great characters. The music is suprisingly good, setting the mood well and adding greatly to the dramatic tension. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by DayFawkes from Awesome! Overall, it's a good visual novel, allowing the player a lot of input and replayability. It's a Visual Novel. Hope to see more reviews on this, as it is a little diamond in the rough! The story may not be everybody's cup of tea, and while some of the characters are relatively well developed, others are simply skirted over, the protagonist included. Visual novels are awesome and they focus on storytelling with interesting characters and worlds. The only complaint I have is that some of the puzzles require outside research in order to solve them and a couple of others are immensely difficult, but most of the puzzles are great fun. But it should have more endings so you can play more. I might be slightly biased, as I am already a fan of the art style that is used during this game. Visual novels are awesome and they focus on storytelling with interesting characters and worlds. Someone mentioned earlier that there is a few style changes with how some characters are drawn and this is true, but given when the game was made, I feel that it still told a wonderful story and the amount of endings reminds me of another game on here, called Cute Knight.


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As, the category "Visual Novel" suggests! Date published: Rated 5 Tradewinds Classic of 5 by 13ventrm from A darn good otome game. The story has many different branches, making for a new experience every time you play, and there are lots of secrets to discover. I know it might Fqtal a really niche market, but I enjoy the kind of story telling that Visual Novels let you do. So if Fatal Hearts don't mind reading storylines then this game would be wonderful for you. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 Fatal Hearts moose from excellent game this Hdarts is alot of fun. Heargs game has a couple of flaws though, the art style varies wildly, and it may not be everyone's cup of tea. When it was done I was sad. Beware — sudden sounds easily startle players when Christina runs into scary situations such as finding a dead body in the woods and running Fiction Fixers: Alice in Wonderland from people without knowing why. The puzzles can be difficult to the point of impossibility without a walkthrough, and at times can get a tad too meta. Date Hearfs Rated 5 out of 5 by menem from awsome best Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by DayFawkes from Awesome! The story may not be everybody's cup of tea, and while some of the characters are relatively well developed, others are simply skirted over, the protagonist Hearte. The game has a couple of flaws though, the art style varies wildly, and it may not be everyone's cup of tea. Nonetheless, I agree with the teen rating.

When it was done I was sad. It's a Visual Novel. Fatal Hearts is like reading a fantasy novel where players decide what to do and solve puzzles. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by DayFawkes from Awesome! Most of the puzzles require creative thinking such as figuring out what a word means and unlocking a diary. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by 13ventrm from A darn good otome game. The sheer amount of branching choices gives the game ample replayability. My problem - the pages move too fast. Be prepared to read! I have to say the puzzles on this are quite challenging and I think it's great that you can't just breeze right through. Possible 16 endings? Hope to see more reviews on this, as it is a little diamond in the rough! With multiple endings.

It's a wonderful game and has great characters. The music is suprisingly good, setting the mood well and adding greatly to the dramatic tension. The decisions can be as trivial as whether Deadly Sin 2: Shining Faith check on Lucy or wait at home, but they affect the Gourmania and outcome of the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by KimiKanda from Fatal Hearts On the earlier comments, someone wrote that there are approximately 16 different outcomes. The protagonist Christina almost becomes a friend as you follow her through a story about werewolves, a vampire, and a series of mysterious murders. Fatal Hearts, it's a good visual novel, allowing the player a lot of input and replayability. When it was done I was sad. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by KimiKanda from Fatal Hearts On the earlier comments, someone wrote that there are approximately 16 different outcomes.


So if you don't mind reading storylines then this game would be wonderful for you. Starting the game was a frustrating experience, but the biggest problem was the fact it was loaded on a computer running Windows Vista I know… and the developer worked with me to solve the problem. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by 13ventrm from A darn good otome game. Hanako Games also offers a game strategy guide to those who join the forums. Someone mentioned earlier that there is a few style changes with how some characters are drawn and this is true, but given when the game was made, I feel that it still told a wonderful story and the amount of endings reminds me of another game on here, called Cute Knight. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by sueshi from boring hearts I didn't realise this was a visual book, as i only had a hour trial, I got bored with the reading page after page with no puzzles, I wouldn't buy it, it reminded me of a bad japanese cartoon Date published: The story has many different branches, making for a new experience every time you play, and there are lots of secrets to discover. The game has a couple of flaws though, the art style varies wildly, and it may not be everyone's cup of tea. Buy this game! Fatal Hearts is an amazing visual novel game with a large variety of fun puzzles at various points. Great game, wish there were more on here like it! Someone mentioned earlier that there is a few style changes with how some characters are drawn and this is true, but given when the game was made, I feel that it still told a wonderful story and the amount of endings reminds me of another game on here, called Cute Knight. Since my son hates to read, I let him watch as the game contains heavy dialogue — but I talked with him throughout the game to make sure he was OK.

The music is very good and the sound effects hit the right note although they occasionally made my heart jump. The game has a couple of flaws though, the art style varies wildly, and it may not be everyone's cup of tea. As, the category "Visual Novel" suggests! Why aren't there more visual novels on BFG? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by DayFawkes from Awesome! Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by sueshi from boring hearts I didn't realise this was a visual book, as i only had a hour trial, I got bored with the reading page after page with no puzzles, I wouldn't buy it, it reminded me of a bad japanese cartoon Date published: I tried every combo- of settings and still could not read the whole page before it changed, I have no idea even after several tries who the character is or where we are starting. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by moose from excellent game this game is alot of fun. The decisions can be as trivial as whether to check on Lucy or wait at home, but they affect the direction and outcome of the game. The music is suprisingly good, setting the mood well and adding greatly to the dramatic tension. In the charming scenes, the anime characters face the screen making players feel a part of the game. Great game, wish there were more on here like it! The game has a couple of flaws though, the art style varies wildly, and it may not be everyone's cup of tea. Hope to see more reviews on this, as it is a little diamond in the rough!

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10 thoughts on “Fatal Hearts

  1. The story may not be everybody's cup of tea, and while some of the characters are relatively well developed, others are simply skirted over, the protagonist included. Be prepared to read! Hope to see more reviews on this, as it is a little diamond in the rough!

  2. The music is suprisingly good, setting the mood well and adding greatly to the dramatic tension. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Kitilark from Disappointed I was really looking forward to trying this game after reading the reviews. But with its various endings, players will want to play Fatal Hearts again to check out the other endings and find new puzzles.

  3. The only complaint I have is that some of the puzzles require outside research in order to solve them and a couple of others are immensely difficult, but most of the puzzles are great fun. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by sueshi from boring hearts I didn't realise this was a visual book, as i only had a hour trial, I got bored with the reading page after page with no puzzles, I wouldn't buy it, it reminded me of a bad japanese cartoon Date published: The game has a couple of flaws though, the art style varies wildly, and it may not be everyone's cup of tea. I quite liked it, the majority of the game is a visual novel, but it does it well, giving the player an ample amount of choices, well developed characters, and the use of puzzles is very helpful in keeping the game interesting. Hope to see more reviews on this, as it is a little diamond in the rough!

  4. One exasperating puzzle involved moving a car through a maze without the bad guys catching up. Fatal Hearts is an amazing visual novel game with a large variety of fun puzzles at various points. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by sueshi from boring hearts I didn't realise this was a visual book, as i only had a hour trial, I got bored with the reading page after page with no puzzles, I wouldn't buy it, it reminded me of a bad japanese cartoon Date published:

  5. Overall, it's a good visual novel, allowing the player a lot of input and replayability. Visual novels are awesome and they focus on storytelling with interesting characters and worlds. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by moose from excellent game this game is alot of fun. Overall, it's a good visual novel, allowing the player a lot of input and replayability. The sheer amount of branching choices gives the game ample replayability.

  6. Possible 16 endings? The music is very good and the sound effects hit the right note although they occasionally made my heart jump. But it should have more endings so you can play more. Fatal Hearts is an amazing visual novel game with a large variety of fun puzzles at various points.

  7. Nonetheless, I agree with the teen rating. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by 13ventrm from A darn good otome game. If you like to read, and want something different then this would be an excellent genre to start. But it should have more endings so you can play more.

  8. The puzzles can be difficult to the point of impossibility without a walkthrough, and at times can get a tad too meta. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by sueshi from boring hearts I didn't realise this was a visual book, as i only had a hour trial, I got bored with the reading page after page with no puzzles, I wouldn't buy it, it reminded me of a bad japanese cartoon Date published: It's a wonderful game and has great characters. Though simple in execution and design, Fatal Hearts easily captivates especially those who enjoy fantasy, mysteries, and Choose Your Own Adventures and You Be the Jury — stories where you decide what happens. The music is very good and the sound effects hit the right note although they occasionally made my heart jump.

  9. The sheer amount of branching choices gives the game ample replayability. The story may not be everybody's cup of tea, and while some of the characters are relatively well developed, others are simply skirted over, the protagonist included. The puzzles can be difficult to the point of impossibility without a walkthrough, and at times can get a tad too meta. It's a wonderful game and has great characters.

  10. So if you don't mind reading storylines then this game would be wonderful for you. It's a wonderful game and has great characters. Fatal Hearts is like reading a fantasy novel where players decide what to do and solve puzzles. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by 13ventrm from A darn good otome game.

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