Surface: Project Dawn

Elephant Games presents the next spine-tingling installment of the Surface series! After a car accident on the way to your new home, your daughter goes missing! Your search for her leads you to a town that’s abandoned… Or is it? With danger around every corner, it’s up to you to uncover the mystery behind Project Dawn and save your daughter! Do you have what it takes to explore a dangerous history beyond your own imagination and escape? Find out in this chilling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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It soon becomes abundantly clear that Gray Falls has been evacuated since ! Yes, those collectible flowers are back and you will find them hidden in each scene. The Collector's Edition version has 12 Morphing Collectible Character figurines to collect, which tells you the background story of who they are, but it also fills in the gaps that you otherwise wouldn't have known about. It's a mind melter for sure. The objects to find aren't just laying on top of junk piles, they are cleverly blended within other items, just like the good old days. I know there are more than 13 Hops in the main game and 4 in the bonus chapter. I had lots of fun playing it and had a very enjoyable Saturday. As a former art teacher, I really liked the look of the scenes--colorful and clear. This Collector's Edition version has 12 Morphing Collectible Character figurines to collect, which tells you the background story of who they are, but it also fills in the gaps that you otherwise wouldn't have known about. Once again, these mini-games will force you to think on your toes, instead of making you feel like you have played them in a hundred HOGs before. It is entertaining and captivating. The graphics are very good even though a bit dusty and filthy.

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By now, I've gotten used to the idea that any game that Surface: Project Dawn a "dream" aspect to it will have a lot of broken paths and staircases leading into clouds, inhabited by ridiculous creatures like a dog with spring-ears, but in a game that's already so low on logic, having this sort of nonsense thrown in, on the premise that "it's just a dream", is a bridge too far. The mini-puzzles are challenging and the hidden objects vary. My favorite Mini Game was navigating through a maze finding items and solving puzzles to get me through it, I actually had to use my noggin Matches and Matrimony: A Pride and Prejudice Tale it! There Surface: Project Dawn Listed item Finds, Silhouetted Shape finds, Multiple Symbol finds clever mannequin scene and scenes where you place an item into the scene Zumas Revenge, followed by finding a listed item, and back to replacing an item as it alternates between finding and replacing items. Fans will be thrilled, and newcomers entertained. So I just ignored Macabre Mysteries: Curse of the Nightingale and that end and take that happier one :-D! With Project Dawn Elephant has returned to its former glory days and I for one hopes this becomes a trend for all series developers. In seeking to rescue her daughter the mother enters an otherworldly realm gathering items either to project herself further in this nether area or to amass things which will Fort Defense of assistance in the rescue effort. Great job!! The Hidden Object Scenes are fantastic! There have been a few Fruits Inc. new games in recent weeks and this Surface is certainly one of them. I had lots of fun playing it and had a very enjoyable Saturday. Fortunately, Gray Falls is just up ahead, unfortunately, the town is behind a large locked gate! Some of the mini games were a little difficult, but you can always skip.

What begins with the abduction of your daughter Maya after Jennifer Palmer wrecks her RV on the way home soon turns into an adventure you will never forget. Below are brief descriptions of some of the mini games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Drag puzzle pieces and rotate to assemble a picture. If you love the CE version of a game this one is fairly typical of other games in the Surface series. Rated 5 out of 5 by robotics1 from Best game yet I've always thought the story line in a HOS was just something to hang the puzzles and HOSs on but the story line in this was really good. Great job!! I was a tad bit disappointed when the game took a drastic turn, and I entered the "nightmare" world. The music is invigorating, the gameplay is challenging, and the visuals hit the mark. My favorite is using a sequence of rings on a nurse mannequin to then select tattoos on her arms to gain a useful item. The sun is setting, and Jennifer Palmer needs to find a place to stop before nightfall. But I played on hardcore mode without using hints and skip buttons. If your a stickler for realism you won't like this one. Also, developers are now offering a custom mode of gameplay and this one will allow you to set your hint and skip times to your preference. There have been a few terrific new games in recent weeks and this Surface is certainly one of them.

There's something weird going on here, and all roads seem to lead to the Research Institute, and Halloween Night Mahjong unethical experiments they conducted on it's citizens, called Project Dawn. I am so very sick of insect-ridden, nasty, filthy graphics, which is my biggest complaint about some mystery or horror lite games. I usually Diego`s Safari Adventure puzzles because I can be bothered with doing a random intelligence test in Surrface: middle of a game and I just want to get on but some of these puzzles were refreshingly different. No click-mashing here. Jewel Adventures sun is setting, and Jennifer Palmer needs to find Prodigy of the North: Akatori place to stop before nightfall. The music is invigorating, the gameplay is challenging, and the visuals hit the mark. My favorite Mini Game was navigating through a maze finding items and solving puzzles to get me through it, I actually had to Surfacd: my noggin for Surface: Project Dawn I had lots of fun playing it and had a Surfzce: enjoyable Saturday.


As always, I review mostly on the game play and leave the story to others to review. I usually skip puzzles because I can be bothered with doing a random intelligence test in the middle of a game and I just want to get on but some of these puzzles were refreshingly different. We highly recommend the Collector's Edition as it comes ready with tons of bonuses: a bonus chapter, a strategy guide, wallpapers, videos, concept art, soundtracks, achievements, collectibles, morphing objects, a souvenir room, replayable hidden objects, and replayable puzzles. The music is invigorating, the gameplay is challenging, and the visuals hit the mark. Now Jennifer wonders, is the gate there to keep people from getting in, or is it there to keep people from getting out! Each Scene also has the famous Surface Flowers to collect, some of which are located within zoom zones on various notes you come across, and some of them are very well hidden. Great job!! The graphics are beautiful and, yes, icy but perfect for a cold and rainy day here in my town. Even some characters was very similar. I wound up hinting and skipping my way through the dream sequences because I was so bored and couldn't be bothered to follow the lack of logic. Seconds later, a crow fly's into the windshield of her motor home which, causes her to veer off course and hit a large tree. The sun is setting, and Jennifer Palmer needs to find a place to stop before nightfall. Now Jennifer wonders, is the gate there to keep people from getting in, or is it there to keep people from getting out! I enjoyed the HOP's, especially the one where I had to find matching swatches of material. My thought is that developers are churning out new games at such a rapid pace that inevitably style outpaces substance.

It seems that the devs have confused being creative with being downright absurd and illogical, especially in the parts of the game that take place in the characters' nightmares. Sometimes you just don't know what to do. I remain a fan of all the Surface Series. The bonus chapter is a prequel and Officer Riley is the Star. Some of the cutscenes were clear and the colors crisp. By now, I've gotten used to the idea that any game that has a "dream" aspect to it will have a lot of broken paths and staircases leading into clouds, inhabited by ridiculous creatures like a dog with spring-ears, but in a game that's already so low on logic, having this sort of nonsense thrown in, on the premise that "it's just a dream", is a bridge too far. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by wildlifecrusader from Great addition to the series As a Surface junky, I had to have it and I don't regret buying it. We highly recommend the Collector's Edition as it comes ready with tons of bonuses: a bonus chapter, a strategy guide, wallpapers, videos, concept art, soundtracks, achievements, collectibles, morphing objects, a souvenir room, replayable hidden objects, and replayable puzzles. Fans and newcomers to the Surface series will have a hard time turning the game off. Some of the mini games were a little difficult, but you can always skip. An excellent game with slightly different from the normal hidden object scenes as well as the mini-games. This edition manages to keep things fresh and puts interesting twists on all of them. Newer gamers will most likely love the game because it still is terrific as far as the game itself. There are 8 and if you miss one you have to start over.

4 thoughts on “Surface: Project Dawn

  1. That bother me a little because I couldn't enjoy in other game like it's not new gaming experience, but I love both titles Rated 5 out of 5 by Pikelet from All round winner for me! Surface is but one of the series that has suffered in recent installments. As a former art teacher, I really liked the look of the scenes--colorful and clear. I was a tad bit disappointed when the game took a drastic turn, and I entered the "nightmare" world.

  2. Fans and newcomers to the Surface series will have a hard time turning the game off. The story line is nothing new. It seems that the devs have confused being creative with being downright absurd and illogical, especially in the parts of the game that take place in the characters' nightmares. I was a tad bit disappointed when the game took a drastic turn, and I entered the "nightmare" world.

  3. There was never a moment of boredom playing the game. I liked a few puzzles. Fortunately, Gray Falls is just up ahead, unfortunately, the town is behind a large locked gate!

  4. As always, try the demo first. The Mini Games are just as fantastic. I knew this was going to be a fantastic game the moment the gates opened to reveal a post apocalyptic abandoned town.

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