The Curio Society: New Order

Domini Games proudly presents the next installment of The Curio Society series! Someone's stolen a powerful artifact from the Curio Society, and they want to use it to eliminate emotions from the world! It's up to you to stop them. Can you save the world from becoming emotionless, or will you lose yourself to the powerful potion? Find out in this gripping hidden-object puzzle adventure!


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We feel that the plot lacks excitement, and the cheesy dialogues and distracting voice-overs certainly do not help. Most people would enjoy this game, except for Expert level players who would not be very challenged. The HOP scenes are very good and most of them are quite interactive. In my opinion none of these "extras" are actually hidden or difficult to find, they're just sitting in plain view within the scenes and present no The Curio Society: New Order whatsoever. I wouldn't know, because it was at that point that I quit and deleted the game. It keeps you moving forward and keeps the story from getting lost. If you haven't yet tried it, do so. As the game progresses, we slowly lose our Gingerbread Story in the storyline. The CE also offers two icons above the inventory bar that will indicate whether or not that scene has a Morphing Object and or a Collectible Rorschach Card, some scenes contain one of each, some scenes only have one or the other and some scenes have neither. But it's okay because you come across some mechanical fireflies that can unlock any lock. You can keep on playing without all that waiting! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cajerleia from Wonderful game! I'm not sure if the game is a bit short or I was just having so much fun it went by quickly, either way, it was well worth the 2. Not only is Frederick intent on ridding the world of emotions he has enlisted the aid of your nemesis Susanna who was expelled from Mahjong Magic Journey 3 Curio Society for her traitorous acts. The cutscenes are not that Battle Slots either — most of them are somewhat fuzzy.

It has a great premise, if only it was better executed. Together with the help of Susanna, a rogue agent from The Curio Society again using an antique shop for cover Frederick's dreams will come true now that this dynamic duo has a powerful artifact in their possession! For those of you who would rather not search for items there is a match 3 option included in each scene. The only one I thought was unusual had a switch that turned on a blacklight and panned to the rear of the scene, switching back to the front of the scene with a dimly lit regular light. You will need to act fast and use your brain to prevent this outrage from happening; one that could possible change the course of history. But it's okay because you come across some mechanical fireflies that can unlock any lock. My apologies to the developer for such a bad review the first time around that was based more on my feeling about the previous games than it was on The New Order. The HOS were varied and fun. Most people would enjoy this game, except for Expert level players who would not be very challenged. However, we found the theme of a city with no emotions to be quite intriguing, at least at first. I loved finding morphing objects in the HOS before getting your list of times. For example, a chemist arrives from headquarters in a hot-air balloon after you manage to assemble a flare gun from separate pieces you find so you can "pinpoint" your location. Just saw it as the deal of the day so I tried it and really really enjoyed it! He hands you a single uncapped test tube of acid which you just happen to be able to use immediately to melt a lock, and then he disappears.

Well, at least you aren't going to capture them in a jar to make a lantern. I don't know how I missed this one when it come out last year. As you move through the game you do meet more interesting characters who have avoided becoming emotionless. I gave the game a mediocre rating and The Curio Society: New Order less than glowing review when the CE was released but in a moment of weakness I ended up purchasing the game. Can you even imagine what it would be like to live in a world of Charma: The Land of Enchantment emotions, where you felt no love or joy? I wouldn't know, because it was at that point that I quit and deleted the game. I loved finding morphing objects in the HOS before getting your list of times. He hands you Orrder single uncapped test tube of acid which you just happen to be able to use immediately to melt Victim of Xen lock, and then he disappears. You must join the forces of the resistance to stop Frederick's nefarious plans, after all, Leroy Johnson, the man responsible for creating the OOrder as well as the antidote, formed the resistance together with his wife, Alice. Susanna has a score to settle and Frederick offers her the perfect opportunity to wreak havoc for the society.


The HOS were varied and fun. As a result, we did not find the visuals in the game to be very appealing. I really enjoyed playing this game. The graphics are excellent but the voice acting is flat because the game depicts an emotionless society with rather robotic people. I wasn't impressed with the first game in this series, and I'm certainly not impressed with this middle of the road game either. But it's okay because you come across some mechanical fireflies that can unlock any lock. For those of you who would rather not search for items there is a match 3 option included in each scene. The cutscenes are not that impressive either — most of them are somewhat fuzzy. A world where no one had to suffer or feel pain, a world where everyone was equal. Date published: I'm not sure if the game is a bit short or I was just having so much fun it went by quickly, either way, it was well worth the 2. However, we found the theme of a city with no emotions to be quite intriguing, at least at first.

The HOP scenes are very good and most of them are quite interactive. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Restore the portrait by swapping pie shaped sections. The graphics and colors are great, the game play is relatively easy in that you don't have to run here there and everywhere to get what you need it's either already in your inventory or you find it soon after you need it which is exactly how I like my games to be. The graphics are good. For example, a chemist arrives from headquarters in a hot-air balloon after you manage to assemble a flare gun from separate pieces you find so you can "pinpoint" your location. On the other hand, we enjoyed the hidden object scenes. The storyline was very good and the gameplay was quite a bit of fun. Well, at least you aren't going to capture them in a jar to make a lantern. Happy Gaming! The Hidden Object Scenes are okay, again nothing new or remotely creative. There are the usual Progressive Interactive Silhouetted shape finds, Silhouetted Shape finds requiring several of the same items, Morphing Object Finds, and items that match the Keywords in each paragraph. If you fail to make a match, the tokens will swap. However, we found the theme of a city with no emotions to be quite intriguing, at least at first. Further, the colors are heavily saturated, way too heavy.

Love this game! I enjoy the HOS where you find two of different objects. I wouldn't know, because it was at that point that I quit and deleted the game. The only one I thought was unusual had a switch that turned on a blacklight and panned to the rear of the scene, switching back to the front of the scene with a dimly lit regular light. The HOS were varied and fun. At the beginning of the game you will be given a journal with available Tasks, and throughout the game you'll find Journal Notes that are automatically added to your journal, this feature is available in both the Collector's and Standard Edition's. They really tried to change things out to make it more fun. The HOP scenes are very good and most of them are quite interactive. The Mini Games are okay, but once again I feel they lack imagination and creativity, they all seem to be variations of choosing correctly because choosing one affects others. Just saw it as the deal of the day so I tried it and really really enjoyed it! Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Restore the portrait by swapping pie shaped sections. You will need to act fast and use your brain to prevent this outrage from happening; one that could possible change the course of history.

11 thoughts on “The Curio Society: New Order

  1. It has a great premise, if only it was better executed. There are the usual Progressive Interactive Silhouetted shape finds, Silhouetted Shape finds requiring several of the same items, Morphing Object Finds, and items that match the Keywords in each paragraph. The Curio Society: New Order is an interactive adventure game with a fair share of hidden object scenes and puzzles. In fact, the demo was pretty good, but it's all downhill from there. This artifact is capable of amplifying the effects of anything it is applied to, including the Anti-Emotion Potion that renders its users emotionless!

  2. Further, the colors are heavily saturated, way too heavy. The Curio Society games have never been ones that thrill me so I was very surprised that the game was as great as it turned out. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ninja from Try it, you might like it I was highly skeptical when reading the summary for this game, but was pleasantly surprised by how well executed this game is.

  3. Most scenes rely on finding items by silhouette but the silhouettes are good so it is easy to determine what item should be found. The Mini Games are okay, but once again I feel they lack imagination and creativity, they all seem to be variations of choosing correctly because choosing one affects others. You can keep on playing without all that waiting!

  4. It keeps you moving forward and keeps the story from getting lost. Love this game! Happy Gaming!

  5. Love this game! Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by roaming from Three Strikes I bought the game based on good reviews and playing the demo. Date published: Moreover, the puzzles are very dull and ridiculously easy. There are the usual Progressive Interactive Silhouetted shape finds, Silhouetted Shape finds requiring several of the same items, Morphing Object Finds, and items that match the Keywords in each paragraph.

  6. Date published: The HOP scenes are very good and most of them are quite interactive. The Curio Society: New Order is an interactive adventure game with a fair share of hidden object scenes and puzzles. I wouldn't know, because it was at that point that I quit and deleted the game. We feel that the plot lacks excitement, and the cheesy dialogues and distracting voice-overs certainly do not help.

  7. If you fail to make a match, the tokens will swap. Most people would enjoy this game, except for Expert level players who would not be very challenged. Love this game!

  8. The graphics are good. Love this game! The Hidden Object Scenes are okay, again nothing new or remotely creative.

  9. I loved finding morphing objects in the HOS before getting your list of times. The cutscenes are not that impressive either — most of them are somewhat fuzzy. At the beginning of the game you will be given a journal with available Tasks, and throughout the game you'll find Journal Notes that are automatically added to your journal, this feature is available in both the Collector's and Standard Edition's. My apologies to the developer for such a bad review the first time around that was based more on my feeling about the previous games than it was on The New Order.

  10. The storyline was very good and the gameplay was quite a bit of fun. I really enjoyed playing this game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cajerleia from Wonderful game! In my opinion none of these "extras" are actually hidden or difficult to find, they're just sitting in plain view within the scenes and present no challenge whatsoever. Date published:

  11. You might like it also. This artifact is capable of amplifying the effects of anything it is applied to, including the Anti-Emotion Potion that renders its users emotionless! My apologies to the developer for such a bad review the first time around that was based more on my feeling about the previous games than it was on The New Order. It keeps you moving forward and keeps the story from getting lost. But it's okay because you come across some mechanical fireflies that can unlock any lock.

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