From best-selling developer Eipix comes the exciting continuation of a classic Phantasmat brand! In this chilling story, you're on your way to take your daughter to her high school prom when tragedy strikes. But your hometown isn't at all what it seems... Due to your expert sleuthing, the gruesome truth emerges. You can solve the mystery of what really happened here 50 years ago. But can you do it in time to save your daughter – and yourself? Find out in this time-bending Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure Game! 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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I have not played the "extras" Iron Heart 2: Underground Army cannot comment on those. Have fun playing this, and I hope the Eipix continue to make fantastic games Phantasmat is back on track! Even more chilling, someone has kidnapped Aimee, but is this person real, or is he a ghost? Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by eyesore from Fantastic Phantasmat Santas Christmas Solitaire, love this game. I also appreciate Travel To France different difficulty levels. It has some classic arcade games, Bus Driver as wack-a-mole, iron man, pinball, and duck shoot. The collectible eye symbol and some of the hidden object searches take a bit of keen eyesight and some are challenging. You Njght believe what it costs to make a phone call. I finished the demo with 23 minutes left to play. Posted by Hannah Kate at The HOPs were just the right frequency and difficulty. The victims are Pjantasmat: with haunting memories and they need closure. Full packhuh? Overall, The Endless Night has a really strong and compelling storyline.
A few new puzzles, some challenging and entertaining, and a couple were so easy I wondered why they bothered my only complaint. Some HOP's were find key to unlock chest, which gets you a knife to cut the ribbon to get the Eipix just gets better and better. The Endless Night is a highly enjoyable thriller mixed with time travel and some rather tragic elements of grief. Hopefully she won't show up in the sequel - but I hope there will be a sequel. There are zoomed in scenes in most of the HOS, with even more hidden objects, both list finds and silhouettes. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by kdeltakilo from Another brilliant game from Eipix! There were just the right amounts of HOS for me. Thanks developers. They are certainly one of my favorite game developers. Starts off with your car crashing and awake to find your daughter missing. Phantasmat 12!
With some of the HOP's, 5 morphing objects must be found to open the list of items to find. In addition to lists, there are silhouette scenes. This is usually in the form of some misguided guilt about the fatal accident. Had to keep the music and effects volume, low or off. If you want a highly intensive, high quality game this is it. There were just the right amounts of HOS for me. Thoroughly enjoyable game and a welcome surprise! The third title in the series is Phantasmat: Collectlrs Endless Nightand it saw another change of developer. I love the mini games and HOS. I never turn Twilight City: Love as a Cure the music and get annoyed when there are long spaces with none. Boutique Boulevard puzzles - using buttons to move antlers to release a lock B. The game starts off pretty intuitive and logical, with clear objectives and tasks.
The adventure side of the game was interesting, with plenty to do and work out. Never boring and quite long. I know many reviewers say the game was dark. Thoroughly enjoyable game and a welcome surprise! Slider puzzle. A number of the characters share a bit of backstory with you when you first meet them — this is usually a little bit of explanation about what they were doing at the time of the accident, or about some unresolved business they still have. Nice creepy scenes, dripping water noises and historical flashbacks. Some of those were hard to make out, and that is my only complaint about this game. Great job! Pretty funny stuff. I really loved this game. As this is a HOPA, there are some minor narrative issues and inconsistencies.
Endless Night offers an array of mini-games, plus objects which become yet another vehicle of play and creativity and fantastic HOS's that combine old with new to create a great alchemy of fore and gameplay. More Is Always Better Hats off to all the brilliant folks at Eipix! I enjoyed reading their credits, too, with all the comments. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Majestyx12 from 15 Morphs in 3 Hops only Not every place is so dreary. Pretty funny stuff. Had all the components I look for If you're looking for a game to fill up a sale, get this one. The inventory is lockable. The music is excellent. I never turn off the music and get annoyed when there are long spaces with none. Overall, The Endless Night has a really strong and compelling storyline. Junk piles. Great game! I loved this game.A lot of this is simply set up for a task e. I enjoyed the amusement park and the mall the most. Lastly , I would like to see a pure black bar for inventory and please add black bar screen to above screen because the whole game is a cinematics. I hated to see it end. I highly recommend the CE because the bonus game is so much fun. I jumped a couple of times, felt uneasy and was pretty well creeped out. The whole - find your daughter and survive - premise reminds me of a new release a few weeks ago Buy it buy it buy it. Creepy story and lots of challenges. They are crisp, precise, beautiful. Even more chilling, someone has kidnapped Aimee, but is this person real, or is he a ghost? I just finished the main game of the CE, about to play the Bonus. The plot was exciting, and as creepy as the original.