Elephant Games brings you the latest chilling installment of the Chimeras series! It’s only three days until Heavenfall Academy’s new camp opens, and you’re ready to be a counselor for the summer. But your excitement is quickly overshadowed when you arrive to find strange creatures roaming the camp and your friends trapped on the Black Lake’s grounds! It’s been 40 years since the camp was originally closed and finding out why may be your only hope. Can you stop a dangerous force from destroying the camp and its campers before it’s too late? Find out in this exhilarating Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!
Downright dull over all! It must have sensed it because it froze up on me with a message with a lot of zeros and best that I could capture was bfgclient. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bustig49 from Challenging This was fun but challenging. They are fairly large. We also have 12 photos to find. This was as far as I could make it into the demo before I got fed up with the garbled progress of the story and again, it seems a stretch to call it story at all and stopped. Chimeras Wailing Waters, the latest release in the Chimeras series, is surprisingly good. Move 6 fish, each attached to a fish line, so that each one is in the row with its matching colored token. I felt this one was geared more toward the beginner, or someone who just wants a no brainer kind of game. Only beef is most are so tiny that it's harder. The map is very bland and boring, but it does jump you to locations, and it shows areas you may have missed a collectible. Nothing new or interesting.
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I wished they put them where you could see them well in another spot but no. I started out in the hardest level then went to the advanced. This is posted after playing the demo. Take advantage of the trials! The Heavenfall school kids plot wasn't good, to begin with, why do they keep making it about them, because that's as close as they can get to a chimeras story? Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by belle63 from Chimeras: Wailing Waters Collector's Edition It' too hard to find the puzzle pieces. I do like the graphics, sounds and ub-obtrusive music really casual game-play. Nothing better than an old fashion murder mystery, but they are few and far between. Not exactly what I've grown to expect from Elephant Games. Thank goodness Greta called you because the campgrounds are swarming with monsters and everyone is in serious danger. Although I found the graphics to be a bit cartoonish early in the game, they soon became much better. And even then, I only delete them after a full trial. From what I could fathom, this hybrid teen theme was slapped on to avoid unflattering comparisons being made between this game and another highly successful one, featuring campfire horror tales.
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Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by bustig49 from Challenging This was fun but challenging. We use these to complete 4 jigsaw puzzles. I Elven Legend 8: The Wicked Gears Collectors Edition figure out what was going on in this game: the main characters are some sort of weird fox human hybrid that was an elvin or fairy breed These misguided youths or whatever Chimeras: Wailing Waters are, have Claws & Feathers a curse. As for the hidden object scenes and the puzzles, they are extremely standard, which is a shame since the developer could Waers taken Chimras: risks given the magical theme of the Tumblebugs 2. Child like teens counselors at camp with poor dialogue, bad voice overs and horrid monster Chomeras:. An odd feature Watwrs was that the characters would inexplicably freeze in mid-action whenever I had to do go off and take care of my filler tasks, e. Chimeras: Wailing Waters is gorgeous to look at and pretty exciting to follow along, but its risk-free gameplay also makes Chimera: quite boring to play. Characters were cartoonish, wooden and childlike. That is saying a lot because I think very carefully about downloading anything, given that it takes ages on my computer, and I only very reluctantly delete games I've downloaded. The SFX we have are well done and pretty much throughout every scene. To me Sparkle 2 is not for a beginner. I have a number of those, but this one just didn't have anything that made me want to buy Chimeras: Wailing Waters. The number to locate of each item increases as you continue the search. I bought it and it sat for a long while.
I have a number of those, but this one just didn't have anything that made me want to buy it. Sequence puzzle. The items are well depicted, and the scenes have variety as well as interaction required to find many of the items. It got a bit hectic finding all the other hidden items other than what you knew you had to look for. The Puzzles are enjoyable and not the type that made me want to rip out my hair as I tried to solve them. This won't challenge your gaming skills, but it is still entertaining. I say surprisingly because I was prepared to dislike the game, but it turned out that as I played the demo, I realized that I was wrapped up in the storyline so only stopped playing long enough to purchase the full game. I really didn't pay any attention to the music so it must not have been intrusive. Unlike the main game, this chapter is of decent size for a bonus chapter. The one complaint I have is with the custom settings for the game that should allow us to set our own hint and skip times. I wished they put them where you could see them well in another spot but no. With most of those being nonchallenging, this is an easy breezy game which should appeal to adults and children alike.
Unfortunately, those are all things that make me bypass a game. We all have Summertime Mahjong things that we expect or want from games so not everyone will agree with what is only Mahjong Tales: Ancient Wisdom opinion. I was most disappointed in the graphics. Music is monotonous. I'm holding off for games with genres I like. We use these to complete 4 jigsaw puzzles. I really didn't pay any attention to the music so it must not have been intrusive. No buy for me. Nothing better than an old fashion murder mystery, but they are few and far between. But there in lies the fun of it all. Imagine if the Wolverine has to drop everything in the middle of confronting Sabretooth just so Chimeras: Wailing Waters can go glomming after some oil to remove the rust from his claws Chimeras Wailing Waters, the latest release in the Chimeras series, is surprisingly good. Take advantage of the trials!
I was somewhat disappointed by the lack of puzzles, especially the lack of any challenging ones. These were some of the most basic HOP's I've seen in a long time. Chimeras: Wailing Waters also excels when it comes to its production. Maybe the games get better as they progress, but generally you can sense the direction with the 60 minutes the trials provide you to play. Although they are creatively designed, there are not many of them. Puzzles a good mix of challenges. I did like the hidden object games in that they were varied and to my liking. Before you have the chance to get your head around all these plot holes, Golems appear and start trashing everything. Love the Secret Room. Happy gaming! Not exactly what I've grown to expect from Elephant Games. Each time, I forced myself to get through each scene, teeth clenched, mind boggled by the lack of continuity. Dislike teal skies. Might be a good plot for a SNL skit.