Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poes Ligeia

Amax Interactive presents the newest spine-tingling case in the Dark Tales series! When an anonymous letter arrives foretelling the murder of a prominent Lord and asking for your help, you and Dupin jump on the case! Nothing’s quite what it seems at the Phoenix estate. The Lord of the manor is receiving threatening letters from his deceased wife, and a cloaked attacker is lurking in the shadows just waiting to strike! Can you unravel the mystery to save innocent lives before it’s too late? Find out in this chilling Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

Replays on 15 hops, 11 mini-games, 17 movies and 4 music. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Spider13Kat from review so happy you get to play as Dupin, even if only briefly. The boat maze took me a little while to see how they were doing it but I got it. You don't grab it. The Dark Tales series has long lost its charm and its attempt at originality, with each installment being more and more similar to the one before. The bonus chapter is also a nice piece of storytelling and an interesting addition to the events of the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by janmo from Love this series get more of the same Fun and easy to understand will continue to buy more of the same Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by raven from MR. I could barely here the voices in some places. Rated 5 out of 5 by rubyt from enjoyable I enjoyed this game a lot. They are fun and surprisingly creative and the option to play on Hard mode is very much appreciated. Yet, this one isn't like that. Detective Dupin and his trusted assistant are off to Phoenix Estate, in response to a letter proclaiming that Lord Royce Morrissey, the owner of the estate, will be killed at the stroke of midnight.

All in all, a very fine installment! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by janmo from Love this series get more of the same Fun and easy to understand will continue to buy more of the same Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by raven from MR. I love the visual but had problems with the sound of the voices. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by sbechirian from Good but The puzzles are challenging but not overly so; I managed the entire game without using the hint or skip buttons once. I have a fealing I am not the only one Rated 5 out of 5 by rubyt from enjoyable I enjoyed this game a lot. In general the game is ok and easy to play. I could barely here the voices in some places. Given that, it is totally understandable if you lose interest in the storyline just a few minutes in. However, even casual games are sometimes hard to play and to understand. Makes you think and nice graphics Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from What goes around comes around I liked the hops. And the writtings, subtitles and the events in the game like the definition of the medecines, the collectibles, are too small and really hard to read.


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Most puzzles weren't Drawn: Trail of Shadows one's I liked except in the bonus chapter. They were large and full of color and not washed out. Thank you AMAX Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poes Ligeia laurakay76 from The Phoenix rises I have been a longtime player of this entire series, so when I saw that the sixteenth game was being released, I dropped two credits immediately to purchase it without the demo. Given that, it is totally understandable if you lose interest in the storyline just a few minutes in. The puzzles are challenging but not overly so; I managed the entire game without using the hint or skip buttons once. When your in the boat to just change to walking you just move there. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by janmo from Love this series get more of the same Fun and easy to understand will continue to buy more of the same Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by raven from MR. Dupin's final line made me laugh as he all but invokes Poe himself by name. It's got all kinds of details that are just right for a Poe game - hidden crypts, angry ghosts, secret passages, and a murder most foul. All in all, a very fine installment! It has not disappointed me. The boat maze took me a little while to see how they were doing it but I got it. Still, I will try the new one that is out and decide if I want it, also.

Good entertainment! Still, I will try the new one that is out and decide if I want it, also. Makes you think and nice graphics Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from What goes around comes around I liked the hops. Given that, it is totally understandable if you lose interest in the storyline just a few minutes in. Most puzzles weren't the one's I liked except in the bonus chapter. Without spoiling the reason for it, we actually get to play as Dupin for part of this game, which is a really great change of pace. It has achievements. I liked that the dummy insides were made of cloth and stuffed and I thought the Grouse is cool. All in all, a very fine installment! Ligeia is a great addition to the series! You can't go back and get any collectible or morph. The other good thing I can say is that I appreciate the fact that AMAX stays on target in their games, instead of going in different directions that do not make any sense. It has not disappointed me. The puzzles are challenging but not overly so; I managed the entire game without using the hint or skip buttons once.

This one is a keeper. The hidden object scenes are neither unique nor interesting, some also need to be revisited for a second round. I Loved the boat maze, playing the piano and matching pairs. The voice volume is a little low even if you put it to the max; compared the music volume, there is a big difference. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by sbechirian from Good but It has not disappointed me. I turned down the music and other setting but turn the voice all the way up. The other good thing I can say is that I appreciate the fact that Build-a-Lot: The Elizabethan Era stays on target in their games, instead of going in different directions that do Mahjong Journey of Enlightenment make any sense. The story is rich and engaging, and full of twists and turns.


I could barely here the voices in some places. It is as if they are recycled from previous games in the series or from other AMAX series for that matter with little to none new ideas and zero distinctive or memorable qualities. G, s, the stories are great and I love the puzzles. When your in the boat to just change to walking you just move there. I love the visual but had problems with the sound of the voices. Dupin's final line made me laugh as he all but invokes Poe himself by name. This one is a keeper. Has 9 wallpapers, 6 concept art and 5 screensavers. Total enjoyment and I highly recommend! Detective Dupin and his trusted assistant are off to Phoenix Estate, in response to a letter proclaiming that Lord Royce Morrissey, the owner of the estate, will be killed at the stroke of midnight. Good entertainment! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by janmo from Love this series get more of the same Fun and easy to understand will continue to buy more of the same Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by raven from MR. Considering how uninspired the rest of the game is, the puzzles seem like highlights in comparison. I play in the casual mode when possible , and this game has that.

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2 thoughts on “Dark Tales: Edgar Allan Poes Ligeia

  1. I turned down the music and other setting but turn the voice all the way up. The bonus chapter is a story by the male housekeeper in the main game. However, even casual games are sometimes hard to play and to understand. It's got all kinds of details that are just right for a Poe game - hidden crypts, angry ghosts, secret passages, and a murder most foul. Replays on 15 hops, 11 mini-games, 17 movies and 4 music.

  2. As a whole, these kinds of games aren't really fun, they are time killers. Has 9 wallpapers, 6 concept art and 5 screensavers. The bonus chapter is also a nice piece of storytelling and an interesting addition to the events of the game.

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