Eipix Entertainment proudly presents the next chilling installment of Phantasmat! A fun camping trip takes a dark turn when your friend is kidnapped into the mist! In a land filled with specters and a haunting past, finding her won’t be an easy task. Do you have what it takes to find your friends and get out alive, or will you become the land’s next eternal resident? Find out in this sensational Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!It's a fantastic and creative way to fill you in on the background of the story, the who's, what's, where's, when's and why's so to speak. I was super close to giving up on Eipix altogether. A couple of the puzzles require thought but are all doable. Soon we realize, we are not welcome and when we find a graveyard with several older and newer sloppily heaped graves. Not really my thing. Map is good like always mini games are pretty much run of the mill Eipix style, so nothing new here. Yet we know not why. The biggest plus for me is the setting with a suspenseful story. I think this game is NOT as harsh, "mad-axe" and jarring as the previous Phantasmat- Insidious Dreams, because I can't finish that one. We follow and see a guy with Jane, he has thrown her over his shoulder. We get clues, the fog may have caused disease outbreaks, it may be poisened with impurities in the exhaust air from the Nelville Refinery. To buy the product you need to register with Big Fish. Could well be just a shadow on the take but we need to find Jane. In the tent we take the rewind the camera tape and watch the sequence.
There is really nothing new, The production team did a great job with the sights and sounds. Music is soothing until something is either happening or about to happen, then it cuts loose. Both the main and bonus game seemed to end abruptly. Some scenes have zoom zones with a handful of Multiples to find as well, and you can opt for a Match 3 game instead. So I am interested in continuing based on the story alone. We follow through the forest and finally reach an abandoned looking estate. It was chilling enough as it was!! The bonus chapter was incredibly short too. Phantasmat: Curse of the Mist has a terrific gameplay and an excellent storyline. By now it has become a question of life or death. Could well be just a shadow on the take but we need to find Jane. Spot on graphics —lots of detail and natural colors, spooky grays and shadows.
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They are all so short and this is no exception. I was super close to giving up on Eipix altogether. Both the main and bonus game seemed to end abruptly. The Hidden Object Scenes are decent, and I liked the scene locations they Weather Lord: Legendary Hero! Collectors Edition, however, some of the HOP scenes are repeated, a feature I really hate. I'll keep this short, as I'm too lazy to go into heavy details I give credit where credit is due. I skipped the cut-scenes on purpose, so I can't vouch for them — I was worried I would find them too terrifying Fortunately Eipix has applied a patch in Curse of the Mist and this is a sigh of Shaolin Mystery: Tale of the Jade Dragon Staff for Loves Power Mahjong series to return to its often lofty heights. Of course we have a lot of puzzles and HOS, both variable and partly quite creative. The story starts with a camping trip that goes wrong in the middle of the night. I muted the voice-overs so I can't leave an opinion, I didn't listen to the music, and just had the sound effects on. You're about to find out, because someone, or something, has taken your friend Jane. A couple of the puzzles require thought but are all doable. Yes, the game will be a buy for me.
Okay, so this isn't the best game I've ever played or anything, but it's far from the worst. As is the case with most CE's there are collections and morphs. Map is good like always mini games are pretty much run of the mill Eipix style, so nothing new here. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by fairy from Phantastically easy? As always, I review mostly on the game play and leave the story to others to review. The biggest complaint I have is with the fact that this is a coveted Collector's Edition, supposedly, yet the only bling offered is those famous Hidden Signs that are always offered in every game by this developer! Mark goes first, through a clearing. I find this edition to be very well drawn and characters appear life-like. Curse of the Mist is an excellent addition to the series and has a great "creep" factor. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by LogieBaby from Is this a sign that Phantasmat is back to top form? We have the kidnapper citing more deaths and more burials. This is another installment in the Phantasmat series and will not disappoint if you enjoyed previous games but you might find the games a little easy.
NOTE: This Hidden Object Movie Studios: Ill Believe You a downloader for the game. Below are brief descriptions of some Currse the Mini Games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Follow the clues on the map to choose the correct path direction. The closer you get to finding her, the thicker the strange mist gets. My thought is that developers churn them out too quickly, resulting in less imaginative stories. One of the reasons I love this series is because I have always been able to count on Morphing Objects being available in every scene, but now Gwen the Magic Nanny have decided to omit this beloved feature. Voices are age Aveyond 2 character appropriate, with emotion for a change. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Mattandjulie from great hidden object game The best game we've played in ages, Excellent!!
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I'd much rather see them omit those stupid Hidden Signs to be honest. However, I have several complaints not related to the storyline! The closer you get to finding her, the thicker the strange mist gets. Downside: it only took me a couple of hours to complete on the most challenging setting - shame! The registration is free and the account will let you earn free games, play community games or participate in game forums, write reviews as well as offer you significant discounts. Not really my thing. So kudos for that. As always, I review mostly on the game play and leave the story to others to review. Many other games in the genre rely on repetitive tasks to keep the action flowing, which can obviously become repetitive, but Phantasmat usually tries to keep things fresh. We get clues, the fog may have caused disease outbreaks, it may be poisened with impurities in the exhaust air from the Nelville Refinery. It's just nice to have a fun and relaxing game to play. Graphics are really nice in this game, though, just like the animations. By now it has become a question of life or death.