During a road trip your friend's daughter is kidnapped by a mysterious man at the Penumbra Motel, the scene of murder and strange occurrences 50 years ago. You must head into the heart of madness to not only find the girl, but unravel the mystery haunting the descendants of the Penumbra family and the Motel grounds. This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:
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There are real actors in this Pixie Pond and several different locations and lots to do with this one and the puzzles are really cool and the bonus content is really good it's full of goodies. Wish I could find more like this. This is an adventure game - no HO scenes at all. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by CaptSlappy from What a thriller! I did feel Editipn though the game didn't explain Motl as well it could have done, and that it finished a little abruptly. It was hard to take a break from playing because I was feeling Mary's anguish and just had to unfold this mystery and free her soul! Minimal running back and forth. Looks like a good game to play. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by javanda from Creepy and mysterious Start of this game was similar like in The Fog which is also my favourite game. Also you need to collect medals, which also go in the trunk. Thank you for the fast filling of the skip button in Solitaire Blocks: Royal Rescue mode, ERS!! This Ediition an adventure game that makes you think but yet is Alelys: difficult enough for you to need a Strategy Guide or walkthrough. I found it quite challenging, and a nice long game.
Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by elijahsmamaw from Awesome Adventure!!! The hint button though is useless. Wish I could find more like this. Would recommend. They did a good job. I bought it right away and I think it's going to be a really long game and a total blast from start to finish. In other words, great! There didn't seem to be too much traveling around required--most of the objects were used in the present scene or the last 2 or 3 scenes. There is voice-over. The interesting thing is that there are no HOS scenes in this game! The live actors also make this game even better. An adventure game with no hidden objects!
I really enjoyed this game!! Why me?! The games range from hard to easy and are real 'thinker' games. The graphics aren't the bright and colorful gorgeous eye popping graphics Dark Alleys: Penumbra Motel Collector`s Edition they are a little dark which fits perfect for this game and the time period the game is set in although they aren't the gorgeous eye popping graphics they are still awesome and just fit this game so well. I bought this game back in and played it through and loved it!! Don't let that put you off, however, because if - like me - you love exploring spooky streets and spooky houses, this is a game I think you'll definitely want to play one way or the other. This is an adventure game that makes you think but yet is not difficult enough for you to need a Strategy Guide or walkthrough. I enjoy games that are considered "dark" and that use real people in the storyline. The mini game I enjoyed the most required you to flip colored switches and then use directional arrows to guide color coded buttons to the correct color matched wires. For me, Awakening: The Skyward Castle my money is well spent makes my games even more enjoyable. Kind of easy but that's okay. Also you need to collect medals, which also go in the trunk. Wish I could find more like this. Hopefully other games copy and go back to the Fabulous: Angelas High School Reunion Collectors Edition we all fell in love with!!!!!!
I love the way they threw the service in there,even though the bad guy was a kook,it was still a tribute to our service men and women thanks to all of them It's like being right in the middle of a good movie at home and someone knocks on your door. Great job ERS keep more like this coming. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by zoie from Finally an adventure game with out hidden object Scenes I was o the verge of canceling my Big Fish membership because I simply could not take one more HOG with endless hidden object scenes. Try it. Each and every scene is jam packed with areas of interest with plenty of inventory items to fix and use throughout the game. It doesn't direct you anywhere and only helps when you are in an area that you have something that needs to be completed. Although I liked everything about this game, I gave it an excellent rating in all categories just for that fact. Great length of play and the bonus was a good hour of extra play. This is the first game I've played where there are absolutely no hidden object scenes, and I didn't miss them too much as the story was so engaging and there was so much to see. It reminds me of Mystery trackers, with real actors, pretty good storyline, but somewhat grainy graphics. You aren't going to find any Hidden Object Scenes in this game, not a single one, but I can assure you this game is worth it. It is a deserted town and your passing through for gas and snacks and the little girl with you goes in the store to buy some snacks and never comes back and so it begins you have to find her but not only that you have to uncover the deep dark secrets of this town. I finally found a game with 'zero' HO scenes. There is voice-over.
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The bonus chapter isn't bad and has a somewhat lovecraftian ending. No HO Scenes I really enjoyed this one. It reminds me of Mystery trackers, with real actors, pretty good storyline, but somewhat grainy graphics. It is very tastefully done and not overwhelming to the senses, there aren't any loud obnoxious noises that scare you; just 'whats next? The game was not that difficult to figure out but not too easy either. Everything is pleasantly creepy, grim and dark. There are also strange locks on several doors, that are apparently somehow magic-modified, opened with war medals. The mini game I enjoyed the most required you to flip colored switches and then use directional arrows to guide color coded buttons to the correct color matched wires. The SG strategy guide is also at the right. I finally found a game with 'zero' HO scenes. It doesn't direct you anywhere and only helps when you are in an area that you have something that needs to be completed. It's the usual kidnap story but every game is unique and this is no exception.
How can someone create such a fine game and not have enough imagination to give it an equally fine ending. They really pulled out all the stops on this one! It's the usual kidnap story but every game is unique and this is no exception. It reminds me of Mystery trackers, with real actors, pretty good storyline, but somewhat grainy graphics. Its all minigames. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by CaptSlappy from What a thriller! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by simonthedog from Loved this! There is a widescreen option, for those who can get it. And I do wish the developers would just shorten the time. The only minus I had found - there is no map and hint does not show direction, only "here is nothing", but I can live with this. For me, knowing my money is well spent makes my games even more enjoyable. I loved the story,the music wasn't too bad,the graphics were good,there wasn't a whole lot of running back and forth,when you finished in an area-you were pretty close to done in that area,you didn't really have to go back.. This is an adventure game - no HO scenes at all.