Fear For Sale: Hidden in the Darkness

Elefun Games proudly presents the newest addition to the Fear For Sale series! Your writing session for your latest Fear For Sale magazine article is interrupted when a ghostly figure calls out to you for help! Since the opening of a new amusement attraction, people have gone missing from Drammond Island. Can you find the missing people and stop the mysterious kidnapper in time? Find out in this haunting hidden-object puzzle adventure!

HINT: Guides and leads. Seems that nowadays every game must include a ritual, sigh. That's about it. It did mine. Hidden object scenes were mostly lists, but there were others tossed in to make it interesting. The difficulty I experienced was the instructions were difficult to understand on some. Review based on completed game. In this series:. I really liked this game! I just couldn't figure out how to do them. Aside from the supernaturally overcharged story, it's a solid game in familiar Elefun quality. Diamond could be an obsessed scientist, wanting to test a new surgery methode. It showed where things needed to be done and would transport. This was a decent game. I enjoyed it.

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Very relaxing and mysterious, not disturbing. Simon says? Maybe next time. HOPs might also contain background information about the puzzling story. The exciting details Mah-Jomino the visuals are no less than stunning, the animations are impressive, and the cutscenes are a notch above what Elefun has done before. They lost me here. As always, I recommend that you play the demo and decide for yourself. The graphics and sounds are not outstanding, but they are rather nice. I found this promising: a spooky game contest in an abandoned mansion becomes real horror and life danger. Great twists to the story and challenging without being frustrating. I really liked the colors. HINT: Guides and leads. I'll be looking for more in this series. This is not a very complicated game, nor are the HO sequences or mini-puzzles. It is not the best in the series, rhe a pretty decent game.

The characters are excellent, believable and NOT comical. Elefun is headed in the right direction - but the majority of mini games are still too simplistic to win acclaim of the majority, I guess. The story line is quite simple, and often seen: someone is missing and you must find them while, of course, overcoming every stumbling block tossed in your path. It showed where things needed to be done and would transport. Aside from the supernaturally overcharged story, it's a solid game in familiar Elefun quality. HOPs might also contain background information about the puzzling story. In regard to the mini games, they were rather simple. Although it seems as if Elefun, after countless complaints I assume, tries hard to make their puzzles harder. They weren't dreary by any means and added so much to the scenes. I was a big leery about it from the demo, but decided I would go ahead and purchase it I'm glad I did. Date published: Can you locate the missing people just in time before becoming the next victim of this serial kidnapper yourself? I wish, Elefun would curb the supernatural mumbo-jumbo and give us a bit more human badness instead of spectral nonsense. One of the clues you stumble upon is a diary left by a woman named Clarissa Marlow. Why invent supernatural entities, when their most devillish plot is no match for the atrocities which unscrupulous humans are capable to commit?

Elefun is headed in the right direction - but the majority of mini games are still too simplistic to win acclaim of the majority, I guess. They appeared to be more like drawings than computer animation. He must have escaped his tree Green City, since he appears as a hooded, faceless figure, emitting smoke and black 3D Mahjong Deluxe. I wish the graphics had been high definition and more special effects in the animation. This is where the adventure really began to scare me.


I did most of them which is really unusual for me. Your task is to explore the house and it's surrounding areas to find hidden treasure. They appeared to be more like drawings than computer animation. The bonus chapter is a sequel, but not necessary for the story. The graphics and sounds are not outstanding, but they are rather nice. It showed where things needed to be done and would transport. Um, yes, yet a another ritual. Also, because this Simon figure remains vague and indescript. Clarissa stands to inherit an eerie attraction called "The Abandoned House" on Drammond Island from Richard Diamond though she never writes what her relation is to him from the Will. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by abbynormalusa from Like the variety of the game! It is for everyone. This game seemed to lack that authenticity of a true detective drama. The music wasn't intrusive and like the effects went along with the action. Just the HOPs are, compared to those multi-layered Super HOPs they have in other games, a bit average; we often get only slightly interactive, plain lists. You have limited interaction with others.

Good graphics, music and story. Puzzles are not too hard, and experienced Fishies will find them easy. HINT: Guides and leads. The chase ultimately takes you to a strange location known as "Drammond Island" as you follow clues left by Linda and Tim. I keep saying I'm going to take notes as I play to give a more informed review, but I get going in these games and just lose track of what else I'm doing. I found this promising: a spooky game contest in an abandoned mansion becomes real horror and life danger. However, instead of looking for the missing people, we set out to chase the master mind behind the kidnappings. In addition, people are being kidnapped and it's up to Emma and her phenomenal investigative journalism skills to get to the bottom of this fantastic suspense thriller. The exciting details in the visuals are no less than stunning, the animations are impressive, and the cutscenes are a notch above what Elefun has done before. Voice overs were well done, and the effects went along with the action in the scene. Somehow, the story gets stranger and stranger. Just the HOPs are, compared to those multi-layered Super HOPs they have in other games, a bit average; we often get only slightly interactive, plain lists. Diamond could be an obsessed scientist, wanting to test a new surgery methode. Fear For Sale: Hidden in the Darkness is so mundane, it feels like we have played it a hundred times before.

12 thoughts on “Fear For Sale: Hidden in the Darkness

  1. Maybe next time. The game starts out really well, but stagnates in the middle and end. One of the clues you stumble upon is a diary left by a woman named Clarissa Marlow. Good Luck! HOPs might also contain background information about the puzzling story.

  2. I recommend trying the demo before purchasing. Somehow, the story gets stranger and stranger. HOS are standard, but not spectacular. The challenge of the game, including my dreaded mini games, were right up my alley.

  3. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by effcee from Really Enjoyed this one I'm liking my HOG's in a more modern setting and this one has it all. The chilling music is appropriate for the game and its unobtrusive nature also makes it easy on the ears. We know what we get and feel right at home: splendid visual art with lovingly added details to interact, enthralling and surprising music, a good game-pace, collectibles and morphing objects in every scene.

  4. Diamond collects souls for his ritual. It turns out Clarissa is a victim herself, and somebody is collecting souls. The bonus section includes a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept art, soundtracks, replayable hidden objects, replayable puzzles, achievements, collectibles, and morphing objects.

  5. I really liked the colors. In addition, people are being kidnapped and it's up to Emma and her phenomenal investigative journalism skills to get to the bottom of this fantastic suspense thriller. Play demo and see if this doesn't tickle your fancy.

  6. Your task is to explore the house and it's surrounding areas to find hidden treasure. The story is pretty much like the rest. Young people disappear during a reality quest on Drammond Island. Graphics were well done. The interactive map was really helpful.

  7. It turns out Clarissa is a victim herself, and somebody is collecting souls. I found this promising: a spooky game contest in an abandoned mansion becomes real horror and life danger. Good Luck!

  8. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by denniann2 from good HO game you have been asked to an island to find out what is going on. The bonus section includes a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept art, soundtracks, replayable hidden objects, replayable puzzles, achievements, collectibles, and morphing objects. Nevertheless, it's not a simple clicking-through. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by abbynormalusa from Like the variety of the game! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by fishaddict from Good story, excellent HO puzzles!

  9. This game seemed to lack that authenticity of a true detective drama. I never tire of playing the role of Emma Roberts and in this episode she really get's herself in quite the conundrum. It did mine. HINT: Guides and leads. Has Clarissa Marlow, who is the manager of this hazardous game, to do with it?

  10. They weren't dreary by any means and added so much to the scenes. HINT: Guides and leads. I liked the series when it had a CSI-like atmosphere and you felt like a real detective.

  11. I'll be looking for more in this series. We know what we get and feel right at home: splendid visual art with lovingly added details to interact, enthralling and surprising music, a good game-pace, collectibles and morphing objects in every scene. Although it seems as if Elefun, after countless complaints I assume, tries hard to make their puzzles harder. I wish the graphics had been high definition and more special effects in the animation.

  12. A few items are irritatingly put invisibly into black corners. The music wasn't intrusive and like the effects went along with the action. Puzzles are amusing to play, but as usual on the easy side.

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