Nocturnal: Boston Nightfall

Play as recently deceased Claire unraveling the secrets of her undead powers in this shadow-soaked Hidden Object game! Solve elaborate puzzles on your path to becoming a Nocturnal or Brethren. Quickly seek out mystical hidden objects to enhance your eldritch powers! The night is beckoning, will you answer? Step into the shadows with Nocturnal: Boston Nightfall !


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The drawing is so crude that characters aren't really recognizable from one comic book-style panel Nightfxll the next. Buy it on sale, if at all. It is the true source of the delightful atmosphere of this game. It Nocturnal: Boston Nightfall okay. Boring puzzles. The cutscenes and story are in the form of comic strips and the story is rather interesting and you can click it as fast as you read. I Nightfapl the story line and was Nlghtfall to see it end so Bostoon. None of them are hard, Glimmer it wouldn't matter anyway since you'll have a stockpile of hints just from completing the standard HO scenes. Objects will be sized randomly, so you'll find the Statue of Liberty and a hairpin at the same size, which is disconcerting and rather silly. Ended up using the hint, only to find I had been Nocturnal: Boston Nightfall on the correct object. I hate when that happens. Many HOS, which were detailed and, because you are active only at night, some of the scenes have slightly darker spots — but nothing too dark. Cutscenes are storyboarded comic-style.

A nocturnal night creature who lives forever but in the dark and a brethren a vampire who feeds on humans are fighting over you, as a recently turned victim. You'll have little difficulty completing these scenes in the time allotted, particularly since chaining several items in a row will result in a time bonus. In addition to that, you'll play three simple minigames that are all pretty bad. Cutscenes are storyboarded comic-style. Enter HOP scene and find the listed objects. It had an edgy, urban feel about it, which complemented the locations perfectly. Each level was beautifully designed so that each time you replay it you are not redoing the same search list but instead there are many different objects that you may be asked to find. The vampire storyline is the best thing this game has going for it, and it is well done Overall, this was a nicely put together game. I will say though the hacking thing is pretty cool with trying to find the right color code. As to gameplay, where to begin? Characters are very shallow and the romance is forced. In addition, not scary at all considering the subject matter. Rated 5 out of 5 by jmw from Its my favorite game The game starts off with a Gothic feel and graphics that help set the mood. The game offers both a timed and timeless mode.

A pleasant Autumn in France or evening of relaxing gameplay. Also there is a 4 minute time limit per stage adding a nice challenge. I enjoyed the story line and was sad to see it end so quickly. They simply Beholder to draw out the game. Nocutrnal: gave me plenty of time to finish each HO.


Timed and untimed modes. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by coffeyfan77 from Go To Sleep Instead Realizing that hidden object games have really developed since this game was released, at the end of the day, it's still pretty bad. A pleasant afternoon or evening of relaxing gameplay. Rated 5 out of 5 by jmw from Its my favorite game The game starts off with a Gothic feel and graphics that help set the mood. Timed gave me plenty of time to finish each HO. In addition, not scary at all considering the subject matter. The Simon Says mini-game is especially drawn out, though, and becomes more difficulty and long each time it appears, so the game really makes you work for those hints. In addition to that, you'll play three simple minigames that are all pretty bad. The ending was surprising. The ending was surprising. People have always been intrigued by vampires, and today the suave bloodsuckers are more popular than ever thanks to TV shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Blood Ties. They simply exist to draw out the game. As to gameplay, where to begin? None of them are hard, and it wouldn't matter anyway since you'll have a stockpile of hints just from completing the standard HO scenes.

Rated 5 out of 5 by jmw from Its my favorite game The game starts off with a Gothic feel and graphics that help set the mood. The same mini game over and over, a very simple one at that,was redundant. I will say though the hacking thing is pretty cool with trying to find the right color code. Timed gave me plenty of time to finish each HO. Unfortunately, the quality of the graphics and the simplistic gameplay kill any lingering affection for this game. You can gain hints through game play, and rack up quite a few. Objects will be sized randomly, so you'll find the Statue of Liberty and a hairpin at the same size, which is disconcerting and rather silly. Nothing bloody or spooky, although there is a main character who is the enemy. As to gameplay, where to begin? Characters are very shallow and the romance is forced. The ending was surprising. Related Stories. There is some replay value since the list of objects to find changes each time you revisit a scene, but overall the game fails to stand out in spite of its relatively unique supernatural theme.

Liked most of the music. Given the simplicity of the game, the short length on top everything else is definitely a disappointment. The music was the really great part. Replayable - items are always different. As to gameplay, where to begin? Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Bipolargirl from Snore The story is convoluted and only comes out in drips and drabs, so you start out with no idea what's going on. Date published: In several HOS, I clicked on an object several times slightly altering where I clicked because I was sure it was what I was looking for. I didn't even complete it. A handful of the scenes depict landmarks from the city of Boston, like Boston Garden and Chinatown, while other scenes are generic locations like a museum, a theatre, and subway tunnels. It is the true source of the delightful atmosphere of this game.

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2 thoughts on “Nocturnal: Boston Nightfall

  1. There were 3 main puzzles, which repeat I like them, so it's okay with me. Objects will be sized randomly, so you'll find the Statue of Liberty and a hairpin at the same size, which is disconcerting and rather silly. You'll have little difficulty completing these scenes in the time allotted, particularly since chaining several items in a row will result in a time bonus.

  2. The cutscenes and story are in the form of comic strips and the story is rather interesting and you can click it as fast as you read. When looking for an object you must think about it in every way you can be cause they made it so you may be looking for one thing but you would of never of guessed it looked differently like finding a bat can mean an animal or a sport tool. I have to admit my game skills have improved since I bought this game a couple of years ago.

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