Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible Collectors Edition

Big Fish Editor's Choice! This title was selected for its exceptional quality and overwhelmingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers. Grandma Studios Limited proudly presents the latest addition to the Whispered Secrets series! When a stranger approaches you with information about an ancient artifact, you find yourself pulled into a strange world of nightmares and dark memories. Can you find a way to defeat the nightmare monster, or will you become its latest victim? Find out in this thrilling hidden-object puzzle adventure! See what our Beta testers had to say: "Great addition to this series! Interesting and new premise. HOPs were all unique and enjoyable. Mini-games could be Easy or Hard. Graphics and sound were excellent. I particularly enjoyed the dream adventure part. Great job!" - Michael, Beta Tester "OH MY GOSH THIS GAME had me hooked from the start! The tutorial is fantastic and explained everything, even the bonus hidden collectables. The puzzles were fun and the game is so colorful. Thank you for starting my day out on a good note, I appreciate it so much!" - Angela, Beta Tester

I used to love this series, but 2 gadgets, a been there done that storyline, large unrealistic graphics, and cheesy looking monsters, has me seriously doubting this series should move forward! There are four squares labeled with numbers. For me, it's difficult to remain immersed in a game that's drenched in unnaturally neon colors, for one. This gadget brings up so many questions, mostly WHAT? Let's just stop right here for a moment of silence The nightmare "monsters" are cheesy looking and so not scary. If you're looking to save some cash this SE will do nicely. Again, a rare quality in games. The story line was engaging, and the art was colorful and very nicely done. I did buy Enfant Terrible in the Collector's Edition version, but it didn't hold my attention, and after a couple of days attempting to play it, I finally just gave up without finishing it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by MostAng from Very enjoyable game play - vibrant art - recommended I really enjoyed this game. It really is an awesome game! So many things to do in every scene.

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Okay, I quickly overcame my grief only to discover that this magical mystery machine requires a Crystal to make it do its mirror master detecting, and guess what, it breaks after one use, of course, and says the same thing each time. The nightmare "monsters" are cheesy looking and so not scary. As for the hidden object scenes, which are plenty, you will be glad to know that they are supremely entertaining even though a few scenes do repeat. I have always liked this series but Grandma Studios is in a league of its own with this game. Can't comment on the sound because I turned it off. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mseasonm from Glad I Gave It A Chance I passed this game up when it first came out because of the terrible reviews which I don't understand at all. Let's just stop right here for a moment of silence I usually don't have the patience for the more difficult puzzles. Also, there were TWO gadgets: the dreamcatcher which lets us travel to others' nightmares and an unnecessary magnifying glass which required "charging" to reveal HO scenes. Really caught and kept my interest. We have seen this theme, storyline, many times. My review is based on completed play of the game. There is an optional Match 3 game to play if you're not into Hidden Object Scenes.

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It kept me Solitaire Christmas Match 2 Cards the whole time. I also had more enjoyment by selecting the "custom mode" so that I could make it as difficult as I wanted. Many of the ones in the first half hour required varying Terrinle of manual dexterity. I used to love this series, but 2 gadgets, a been there done that storyline, large unrealistic graphics, and cheesy looking monsters, has me seriously doubting this series should move forward! I'm not Collectorx what it was, perhaps because the storyline didn't grab my attention the tasks just became mundane and more like a chore. The killer for me was the puzzles. They seem to have mastered each piece of what makes a game truly satisfying. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by krinneyd from Great Game Grandma! This is a great game; I liked everything about it. There is an optional Match 3 game to play if you're not into Hidden Object Scenes. The game ties up nicely in the main game so this SE edition is just perfect and there is no reason to Whisperes the CE edition unless you want the bling and the bonus game. The storyline definitely has some thought provoking moments and I really found the characters very fascinating and the pacing excellent. The sound Colldctors was also very good with great sound effects and well-paced music scores. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Plight of the Zombie from Glad I Gave It A Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible Collectors Edition I passed this game up when it first Collectord out because of the terrible reviews which I don't understand at all. For me, it's difficult Terrlble remain immersed in a game that's drenched in unnaturally neon colors, for one.

Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by bluesycat from Too much dexterity required I played about 30 minutes of the demo before I gave up and deleted the game. I spent a lot of time just admiring each scene, in awe of the work. That is: sometimes you are just done with a place, and you know it. I have always liked this series but Grandma Studios is in a league of its own with this game. Other bonus items include a strategy guide, wallpapers, a jigsaw puzzle to assemble a screensaver, concept art, videos, soundtracks, re-playable hidden object scenes, replayable puzzles, achievements, collectibles, and morphing objects. If you're looking to save some cash this SE will do nicely. Just not frustrating. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mseasonm from Glad I Gave It A Chance I passed this game up when it first came out because of the terrible reviews which I don't understand at all. Beautiful graphics, not too many very difficult puzzles. This review is after playing the CE edition, the entire game plus the bonus chapter. Mini-games ran the gamut from throwaway easy to somewhat challenging. Moving the mouse and clicking fast and repeatedly.

We have seen this theme, storyline, many times. They enhance the story rather than obstruct it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by MostAng from Very enjoyable game play - vibrant art - recommended I really enjoyed this game. The visuals in Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible are simply spectacular. Rated 5 out of 5 by rpggramma from Love It! As for the hidden object scenes, which are plenty, you will be Tradewinds Classic to know that they are supremely entertaining even though a few scenes do repeat. The development team deserves much credit for this superb addition to the series! It kept me interested the whole time. I usually don't have the patience for the more difficult puzzles. I gave the CE three stars, and Cadenza: Music, Betrayal and Death Collectors Edition rate this about the same. In case you are not sure if you should be getting it or not then get the demo, I can assure you that if you're into hidden object games then you won't be skipping on this, else you'll be missing out on a lot tbh. Let's just stop right here for a moment of silence


There is an optional Match 3 game to play if you're not into Hidden Object Scenes. They offered easy and hard mode for many of the mini games which was nice. You didn't have to find a million keys or amulets to keep the game moving! The first gadget is a Detective's Mirror that detects hidden caches. The HOPs have something for everyone: traditional, morphs, interactive, and I think one fragmented. I spent a lot of time just admiring each scene, in awe of the work. Let's just stop right here for a moment of silence Visually, this game is gorgeous, even when it is being creepy. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jannity58 from original story Original story, felt quite different from most other games. I'm going to loosely translate that as a very non-scary, weird nightmare creature you'd laugh about in the morning when you wake up wondering what you ate that caused that dream, which seems to pertain to this story a little more than any of those other definitions. Yes, like many games you find something to put somewhere else to open it which normally I find boring but not in this game. Well done. I can't really explain why I loved it so much but I know I literally made myself stop playing a few times because I just didn't want the game to end too quickly and that rarely happens for me.

14 thoughts on “Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible Collectors Edition

  1. I have always liked this series but Grandma Studios is in a league of its own with this game. The visuals in Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible are simply spectacular. I really liked the HOPs, they were not just lists but requiring identifying aspects of an object. This gadget brings up so many questions, mostly WHAT?

  2. However, instead of taking a more serious tone like the earlier Maze games, Enfant Terrible incorporates more colorful fantasy elements into the plot. The starting point is not specified, but if you choose the wrong place to begin, you'll reach a dead end. The killer for me was the puzzles.

  3. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mseasonm from Glad I Gave It A Chance I passed this game up when it first came out because of the terrible reviews which I don't understand at all. Many of the ones in the first half hour required varying degrees of manual dexterity. I used to love this series, but 2 gadgets, a been there done that storyline, large unrealistic graphics, and cheesy looking monsters, has me seriously doubting this series should move forward! They were more entertaining than difficult.

  4. We have seen this theme, storyline, many times. I'm not sure what it was, perhaps because the storyline didn't grab my attention the tasks just became mundane and more like a chore. Other bonus items include a strategy guide, wallpapers, a jigsaw puzzle to assemble a screensaver, concept art, videos, soundtracks, re-playable hidden object scenes, replayable puzzles, achievements, collectibles, and morphing objects. This one is an improvement on their usual fare, but not spectacular by any means.

  5. Okay, I quickly overcame my grief only to discover that this magical mystery machine requires a Crystal to make it do its mirror master detecting, and guess what, it breaks after one use, of course, and says the same thing each time. I've made this statement over and over, "if you can't come up with a creepy looking monster, don't show it! I too almost didn't check this one out as the "sample" didn't seem any different than many of the games offered recently. Beautiful graphics, not too many very difficult puzzles. That gets old, especially when you use one only to be "rewarded" with yet another one.

  6. Not too hard, but not not a cake walk and engaging. Grade A game. To make matters worse, there are 2 gadgets that are just as believable as the monsters are scary.

  7. Grade A game. The glossy colors, the detailed artwork, the studio-quality cutscenes, the on-point voice-acting, and the suspenseful music — every aspect of the production hits all the right notes! For those who are concerned, the game contains one little gimmick — the Magnifier — which is neither annoying nor adds much value to the game. The main game was approx. I gave the CE three stars, and would rate this about the same.

  8. I was super curious about the title they chose, Enfant Terrible. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by bluesycat from Too much dexterity required I played about 30 minutes of the demo before I gave up and deleted the game. Moving the mouse and clicking fast and repeatedly.

  9. There are so many scenes to explore, all the different nightmares and traumas to solve, and then the extra morphing objects, puzzle pieces and memorabilia. The other gadget was a dream catcher that led the path into someone's nightmare, which flowed well with the story line. But I do like psychological themes without being too morbid so I gave this one a try and I'm glad I did.. There were none for doing inane things, like clicking on an object a hundred times, or failing to use the map for travel which should be considered a crutch, not an achievement.

  10. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mseasonm from Glad I Gave It A Chance I passed this game up when it first came out because of the terrible reviews which I don't understand at all. There was a good variety of HOP and mini games from quite easy to a bit challenging. The story line was engaging, and the art was colorful and very nicely done.

  11. I feel somewhat entitled and rather competent to finally offer an opinionated review. There was a good variety of HOP and mini games from quite easy to a bit challenging. The characters were intriguing and developed enough to care about reasonably. The detail in the animals is simply stunning.

  12. The storyline definitely has some thought provoking moments and I really found the characters very fascinating and the pacing excellent. Mini-games ran the gamut from throwaway easy to somewhat challenging. But I do like psychological themes without being too morbid so I gave this one a try and I'm glad I did.. I really wish this trend would go away and devs would be more creative in their gameplay design.

  13. The detail in the animals is simply stunning. I have arthritis in my hands and fingers and I just could not solve those puzzles! I don't like morphs, but that's not what killed me on this game. The fact that I didn't get irritated, and I looked forward to continuing the game makes this one a winner.

  14. Because the pacing in this game is so well done, HOPs and mini-games have a natural feel to them. There are 2 bonus games, one was about an hour long the other was a much shorter bonus. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by bluesycat from Too much dexterity required I played about 30 minutes of the demo before I gave up and deleted the game. To make matters worse, there are 2 gadgets that are just as believable as the monsters are scary. The visuals in Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible are simply spectacular.

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