Midnight Calling: Valeria

Elephant Games proudly presents the newest addition to the Midnight Calling series! Your world is rapidly cooling down, and your grandmother has called for you to help prevent worldwide disaster! As you investigate the icy landscape, you’ll quickly unravel the magical forces at work. Can you save your family and the world in time? Find out in this exhilarating hidden-object puzzle adventure!

I've been playing this game for 2 and a half hours and I still quite a ways to go. On top of the high quality hidden object scenes, Midnight Calling: Valeria features an enormous array of unique mini-games and puzzles for its players of every level to enjoy. Not only is it short, but it feels more like a ho-hum bonus chapter then a full-fledged game. I love the way the mammoth team creates their HOP scenes and the ones in Valeria are gorgeous. The VO's are done very well. I have played the two other games in this series and really enjoyed them. It was fun while it lasted, just don't expect much game time. The Hidden Object Scenes are actually not bad, there are Interactive Listed Items finds, Silhouetted Shape finds in groups of 3, Matching Pairs to uncover, and my favorite required you to click on the scene the exact location shown in a square tile fragment. Happy gaming! Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by tophatmcgee from Total Disappointment I think that if I took out all my breaks, I tend to play a while and then internet surf, back and forth this game took less then 2 hours to finish. The graphics are beautiful and, yes, icy but perfect for a cold and rainy day here in California. It was to predictable, the puzzle were simple and one was rather tedious But it doesn't even make sense as a sequel.

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The castle interior contained many fantastical things. I love the "fairytale Games"! Map: The map tells where the player is and has the red exclamation when you have something to do there. This game I thought was going to be a lot more exciting, especially the way the last one left off. All in all I highly recommend this game. I love the way the mammoth team creates their HOP scenes and the ones in Valeria are gorgeous. Some of the HOP's have a small puzzle to solve, or an extra requirement such as using a magnifying glass to find several fragments to open a chest. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Select the lock pieces in the right order. Very little storyline, very easy puzzles. I have enjoyed the other stories in the series but this one seems a bit better. The storyline was interesting enough even though I don't normally care for snowy scenes, I like lots and lots of colorful scenery. It seems like someone has cast a spell that has gone awry and now Valeria must travel back in time to prevent the error from ever happening. The Mini Games are easy, all of them as a matter of fact, but, mini games and puzzles don't have to require a college degree, to be entertaining and fun.

I think the game is fantastic. I love the super puzzles. I try to make my reviews as helpful as possible though it's harder on a trial Very little storyline, very easy puzzles. These are 2 things that are important to me in a game. Kudos to the team. The VO's are done very well. I am not sure that I will be revisiting this series and that makes me sad. All in all, I find Midnight Calling Valeria to be an excellent game and a must-have addition to my gaming library. I am not going to recommend it due to length. I really enjoyed the expertly crafted hidden object scenes and puzzle sequences as you progress through the game. I won't go into the story as you can pretty much get the synopsis on the game page. Happy gaming! Midnight Calling: Valeria is an immersive hidden object game that comes incredibly close to perfection thanks to its magnificent visuals, top notch plot and of course the brilliant gameplay. In another wintry delight this time our heroine Valeria is off to save her world from an icy blast that is sure to destroy everything in its path.


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Didn't enjoy Callkng: storyline. The graphics are beautiful and, yes, icy but perfect for a cold and rainy day here in California. No fun. Since we had a lovely stormy morning with power outages, I am a bit late in getting my review done so I will leave it to others to give you all of the details. The character designs are absolutely spot-on, the special effects are breathtaking and the dark color palette adds a certain Midnight Calling: Valeria to the visuals and this makes the Fort Defense quite immersive. The game world is massive and every single environment is packed with detail. I won't go into the story as you can pretty much get the synopsis on the game page. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by lente5 from Great game to play : I played this Midniyht a while ago. Julies Sweets am not Mivnight to recommend it due to length. Just have to wait for the right sale opportunity to come along. I could not stop Callling: and breezed right through. Let's just make this clear! The one challenging one to me was driving the airship. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Silliphant3 from Keeps you interested and always thinking.

I have enjoyed the other stories in the series but this one seems a bit better. This game could be epic with sharp, computer generated graphics. You're not bored with the same old same old. This game I thought was going to be a lot more exciting, especially the way the last one left off. The others were just fun. All in all I highly recommend this game. I could not stop playing and breezed right through. Some of the HOP's have a small puzzle to solve, or an extra requirement such as using a magnifying glass to find several fragments to open a chest. I have many, ghoulish, bloody, evil and down right sickening games! H0GS: There is a nice variety and I'm truly enjoying them. I wish more, DEV'S would make much more of these type of games! Didn't enjoy the storyline. This well-deserved Editor Choice edition is one you must play. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by denniann2 from liked the game you have been asked by your granny to help her because her world has gotten extremely cold and then it got hot.

Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Ashleaves from Too Short! The game also has a variety of unique hidden object scenes that offer a nice change of pace Battle Slots the usual gameplay such as those in which you have to find items in pairs of two or those that are split into multiple different parts. Honestly, I would have given Midnight Calling: Valeria Youda Legend: The Curse of the Amsterdam Diamond a higher rating had it not been for the poor graphics. I'm having a lot of fun with it. I have played the two other games in this series and really enjoyed them. Collectives are glass shards, collectibles and morphs. Date published: I love most of " Elephant Games"


11 thoughts on “Midnight Calling: Valeria

  1. The gameplay is engaging, the game world is immersive and the plot is very well thought out. It was a waste of money and I do not recommend it. I love most of " Elephant Games" Never have played this series. The graphics are beautiful and, yes, icy but perfect for a cold and rainy day here in California.

  2. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Silliphant3 from Keeps you interested and always thinking. I enjoyed playing it. Not only is it short, but it feels more like a ho-hum bonus chapter then a full-fledged game. Kudos to the team.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5 by SewBuggy from Midnight Calling.. Let's just make this clear! The game world is massive and every single environment is packed with detail.

  4. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by denniann2 from liked the game you have been asked by your granny to help her because her world has gotten extremely cold and then it got hot. The Collector's Edition version has plenty of bling, each scene has a Morphing Object, and there are collectible Zodiac symbols to find, Fresco Fragments, and plenty of Achievements to earn as well. And the items are very easy to spot.

  5. Otherwise, unless you are a completist like me, this is a pass. Why did she have to leave Jeronimo for all that time to do this? It was a little tricky and I liked it a lot. And the items are very easy to spot.

  6. All in all, I find Midnight Calling Valeria to be an excellent game and a must-have addition to my gaming library. The Mini Games are easy, all of them as a matter of fact, but, mini games and puzzles don't have to require a college degree, to be entertaining and fun. No challenge exists throughout the game. You're not bored with the same old same old.

  7. It was such a busy, visually attractive game and the little bird added a sweet touch. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by Ashleaves from Too Short! Even though. Hint: It as usual does great on the outside and you don't have to worry about getting stuck on the game.

  8. Never have played this series. Why did she have to leave Jeronimo for all that time to do this? Otherwise, unless you are a completist like me, this is a pass.

  9. I won't go into the story as you can pretty much get the synopsis on the game page. To me it isn't H0G heavy in the least. In another wintry delight this time our heroine Valeria is off to save her world from an icy blast that is sure to destroy everything in its path.

  10. I have enjoyed the other stories in the series but this one seems a bit better. Took me less than 2 hours to finish. The Hidden Object Scenes are actually not bad, there are Interactive Listed Items finds, Silhouetted Shape finds in groups of 3, Matching Pairs to uncover, and my favorite required you to click on the scene the exact location shown in a square tile fragment. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bjdjtjbjd from Loved it so far!

  11. And I have to say that I Hated! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bjdjtjbjd from Loved it so far! The others were just fun. Graphics: They are absolutely gorgeous.

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