Danse Macabre: Crimson Cabaret

From Eipix, the studio that brought you Final Cut and Myths of the World, comes a thrilling mystery set deep in the heart of Paris! Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, the world-famous artist, has come to you for help! Who murdered his friend Sophie, the leading lady of La Parisienne cabaret? It’s time to gather up the suspects. Was it the clumsy stagehand? Or maybe it was the jealous Baron… Explore the city of Paris as you gather and examine evidence that will point you to the true killer. But watch your step – a masked figure is watching you from around every corner! Make sure this thrilling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure isn't your last!

Excellent puzzles that walk a fine line between challenging and straightforward. Just another act put on by the local cabaret. Music was nice and somewhat soothing, but did move with what was happening in the scene at the time. Some areas are a bit dark but light enough to do what is needed. No clutter and items were not difficult to find. I often get so engrossed in a game that I forget to look for them. Wonderful setting with some really fun characters. The magnifying glass, for example, brings up a miniature window with item silhouettes you need to find in order to progress. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. The Crimson Cabaret experience is packed with a little bit of everything. A bit of trial and error will be necessary to remove a few of the obstacles in front of you, though Dance Macabre is pretty good about supplying logical solutions, no matter how obtuse the items may be. I see we have the 2nd in the DM series. There doesn't seem to be as much excitement as there should be and hardly any sound FX. That said, colors are very bright for the most part. Graphics are well done.

Again, I always demo in casual mode to get a feel for the games and yes, I do replay the games I have purchased. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. Using each of these items works sort of like a mini-game unto itself. Just another act put on by the local cabaret. The 41 windmills which are only the fan and not the entire mill are not difficult to find. Really liked the first and this one is just as good. It seems Sophie, the darling star of La Parisienne, has been murdered. There doesn't seem to be as much excitement as there should be and hardly any sound FX. A bit of trial and error will be necessary to remove a few of the obstacles in front of you, though Dance Macabre is pretty good about supplying logical solutions, no matter how obtuse the items may be. There are numerous achievements, but I haven't run across anything new yet. Like any good detective, you carry around a forensics kit to aid in solving crimes. I do not give 5 stars easily and for some reason, I just can't for this game either. Hidden object scenes come along from time to time and throw you for a real loop.


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I don't care if their mouth moves when they talk or not, just odd for a face to suddenly appear when they are already on the Danse Macabre: Crimson Cabaret. Just another act put on by the local cabaret. These objects are a bit challenging to find. The magnifying glass, for Zumas Revenge, brings up a miniature window with item silhouettes you need to find in order to progress. There wasn't much in the way of animation during the demo, but Townsmen: A Kingdom Rebuilt worked. It seems Sophie, the darling star of La Parisienne, has been murdered. There are numerous achievements, but I haven't run across anything new yet. Again, I always demo in casual mode to get a feel for the games and yes, I do replay the games I have purchased. Wonderful setting with some really fun characters. Danse Macabre: Crimson Cabaret is a casual adventure game that takes place in charming old Paris, a city steeped in mystery and suspense. Saw that there are 14 morphing objects as well, but couldn't find any until it dawned on me where to look no spoiler here. The 41 windmills Totem Treasure 2 are only the fan and Sweet Lily Dreams: Chapter 1 the entire mill are not difficult to find. There doesn't seem to be as much excitement as there should be and hardly any sound FX. The Bad A few predictable twists in the storyline.

No clutter and items were not difficult to find. Saw that there are 14 morphing objects as well, but couldn't find any until it dawned on me where to look no spoiler here. Instead of a static scene with a bunch of items to find, Danse Macabre delivers puzzle challenges by the layer. It seems Sophie, the darling star of La Parisienne, has been murdered. I don't care if their mouth moves when they talk or not, just odd for a face to suddenly appear when they are already on the screen. I do not give 5 stars easily and for some reason, I just can't for this game either. Wonderful setting with some really fun characters. I seldom ever go into the story, as others have done a very nice job of that in their reviews already. Crimson Cabaret is one of those hidden object games that just works. There are some people who think the murder was staged, however. You know this because Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec told you so himself! A bit of trial and error will be necessary to remove a few of the obstacles in front of you, though Dance Macabre is pretty good about supplying logical solutions, no matter how obtuse the items may be. Just another act put on by the local cabaret.

We all have different tastes in games and you may not care Green Ranch this one at all. SG was okay, but found the hint system to be far more helpful, since it also transported you to your next location and filled fairly quickly. Hidden object scenes come along from time to time and throw you for a real loop. I see we have the 2nd in the DM series. No clutter and items were not difficult to find. The 41 windmills which are only the fan and not the entire mill are not difficult to find. However, I think Sparkle Unleashed will appeal to all levels of players. Crimson Cabaret is one of those hidden object Macabrw: that just works.


Just another act put on by the local cabaret. You know this because Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec told you so himself! I see we have the 2nd in the DM series. Danse Macabre: Crimson Cabaret is a casual adventure game that takes place in charming old Paris, a city steeped in mystery and suspense. Again, I always demo in casual mode to get a feel for the games and yes, I do replay the games I have purchased. No clutter and items were not difficult to find. A bit of trial and error will be necessary to remove a few of the obstacles in front of you, though Dance Macabre is pretty good about supplying logical solutions, no matter how obtuse the items may be. It seems Sophie, the darling star of La Parisienne, has been murdered. There doesn't seem to be as much excitement as there should be and hardly any sound FX. Game play was very good. Thanks for the reviews. I don't care if their mouth moves when they talk or not, just odd for a face to suddenly appear when they are already on the screen. Wonderful setting with some really fun characters.

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5 thoughts on “Danse Macabre: Crimson Cabaret

  1. Saw that there are 14 morphing objects as well, but couldn't find any until it dawned on me where to look no spoiler here. Just another act put on by the local cabaret. Again, I always demo in casual mode to get a feel for the games and yes, I do replay the games I have purchased. It seems Sophie, the darling star of La Parisienne, has been murdered.

  2. I don't care if their mouth moves when they talk or not, just odd for a face to suddenly appear when they are already on the screen. It is a very nice game and one that I am going to purchase, but something is missing. A bit of trial and error will be necessary to remove a few of the obstacles in front of you, though Dance Macabre is pretty good about supplying logical solutions, no matter how obtuse the items may be. The magnifying glass, for example, brings up a miniature window with item silhouettes you need to find in order to progress.

  3. There doesn't seem to be as much excitement as there should be and hardly any sound FX. I read other reviews, which help me know what type of collectible I need to look for. Like any good detective, you carry around a forensics kit to aid in solving crimes. There are numerous achievements, but I haven't run across anything new yet. Really liked the first and this one is just as good.

  4. Crimson Cabaret is one of those hidden object games that just works. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. SG was okay, but found the hint system to be far more helpful, since it also transported you to your next location and filled fairly quickly.

  5. Wonderful setting with some really fun characters. Danse Macabre: Crimson Cabaret is a casual adventure game that takes place in charming old Paris, a city steeped in mystery and suspense. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think.

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