Cadenza: The Eternal Dance Collectors Edition

Mad Head Games proudly presents another musical adventure in their popular Cadenza series! A mysterious masked gentleman crashes your perfect proposal dinner before you even get the chance to pop the question to your girlfriend, claiming her brother Theo signed a contract with him. But when Theo denies him, the man kidnaps your girlfriend as well, and now you are the only one who can save them from an eternal fate in another world! Search Theo’s apartment for clues and follow the trail, before you lose them forever in this charming hidden-object puzzle adventure.

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Cadenza: The Eternal Dance Collector's Edition

When Theo resists, the mysterious man kidnaps him and Elaine and runs off into the unknown. After simplistic and predictable games, this had nice twists in its take on the old Faustian tale. The Cryptex, which is a special device included in the game, does not add much to the gameplay and feels more like a gimmick than a gameplay-advancing tool. I may have to change that statement later however because the missing zipper pull strikes just about every game. Cadenza: The Eternal Dance is far from being the best Cadenza game, but that does not mean that it is not an enjoyable addition to the series. The four-hour length of the game is satisfying and the minute bonus chapter is equally decent. Despite an engaging storyline and strong sights and sounds, Cadenza: The Eternal Dance falls flat when it comes to the gameplay. As a game that revolves around the theme of music, the team did a great job arranging, composing, and utilizing the soundtracks. Mostly, the music was very appealing. So it is your task to find out what this eternal dance may be and find and free Elaine and Theo. Always combined with murder mysteries, this time violin sounds will lead us through a strange course of events with a magical music machine, a contract with some mysterious man with supernatural powers and our bride to be, who has been taken somewhere, we cannot easily follow. Here the contract offers a life of acclaim but when time is up and the eternal dance begins for you, there is no way out although many have tried to cheat their fate. Many games offer the theme of black magic overtaking someone or an evil machine or even love turned tragic by obsession.

Sophisticated and detailed in plot and design. The game is a little shorter than most but enjoyable. I don't know how many games have been offered to us with a Faustian theme but this one seems unique in that a contract is executed that sells one's soul in exchange for talent. I feel more involved in story with great voice overs. HOS are fairly creative, partly combined with puzzle elements. The Cryptex, which is a special device included in the game, does not add much to the gameplay and feels more like a gimmick than a gameplay-advancing tool. Mostly, the music was very appealing. While the story development might not be particularly thrilling, we really enjoyed the backstory of the Eternal Dance, which gives the game a shade of horror and suspense. Just gorgeous. After simplistic and predictable games, this had nice twists in its take on the old Faustian tale. I only wish I had not played it already, so I could play it all over again. When Theo resists, the mysterious man kidnaps him and Elaine and runs off into the unknown.

The soundtracks offer a lot of variety, although could have been more dramatic or epic at certain moments. Behind the instrument you find a secret room, where a mysterious book gives the clue to go on with your search in Harmony Cliff. While Cadenza continues to maintain an average 4 star rating, some editions are better than others. On a hill a music machine, in front of it the masked man. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by 78gameam from Another really enjoyable Mad Head Game Madhead Games does a really good job in the Cadenza Series of creating a good story line, nice puzzles, and great looking graphics. I only wish I had not played it already, so I could play it all over again. Always combined with murder mysteries, this time violin sounds will lead us through a strange course of events with a magical music machine, a contract with some mysterious man with supernatural powers and our bride to be, who has been taken somewhere, we cannot easily follow. It is never tedious, always challenging, and enjoyable to play. I feel more involved in story with great voice overs. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by rainworm from Music can take you everywhere This is the 5th installment of Cadenza. While the story development might not be particularly thrilling, we really enjoyed the backstory of the Eternal Dance, which gives the game a shade of horror and suspense. Loved the hints trail with all the piano keys swirling and all the games were appropriate.


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Just gorgeous. As for the puzzles, they are brain-dead easy and the majority of them can be solved in just a minute or two. Try it Cadenza: The Eternal Dance Collectors Edition see what you think. The demo is short but as usual try it before you buy it. My review is my thoughts on the game and just because I like Eternao doesn't mean that you will. Tue scene designs are stunning, the color choices are nicely varied and pleasant, Dancce the quality of the graphics is definitely top-notch. Theo is about to propose to his girlfriend, Elaine, when a masked man appears out of Efernal and kidnaps her in the restaurant and is holding her hostage. Despite Elven Legend 8: The Wicked Gears Collectors Edition engaging storyline and strong sights and sounds, Cadenza: The Eternal Dance falls flat when it comes to the gameplay. The cryptex gadget that you use in the piano is a clever and useful tool that adds an extra surprise to the adventure too. You soon learn that Theo is the undersign of a devious contract created by this masked villain known as the Phantom of the eternal dance. Theo has found out, his mother Ediyion have signed a contract long ago and left her family to go to the Eternal Dance. I will definitely purchase this game because I found it engaging and there was not a missing zipper pull anywhere - yet. As in all Cadenza games, music and musicians play a role.

There are morphing objects in the HOs but in the demo, I didn't come across anything imaginative. The Cryptex, which is a special device included in the game, does not add much to the gameplay and feels more like a gimmick than a gameplay-advancing tool. The storyline is unique and I love the eye candy graphics. The scene designs are stunning, the color choices are nicely varied and pleasant, and the quality of the graphics is definitely top-notch. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by 78gameam from Another really enjoyable Mad Head Game Madhead Games does a really good job in the Cadenza Series of creating a good story line, nice puzzles, and great looking graphics. The four-hour length of the game is satisfying and the minute bonus chapter is equally decent. The four-hour length of the game is satisfying and the minute bonus chapter is equally decent. I will definitely purchase this game because I found it engaging and there was not a missing zipper pull anywhere - yet. But on your arrival your joy soon changes to dismay and shock, when you see a masked man threatening both, your girlfriend and Theo, insisting on some contract being fulfilled. Behind the instrument you find a secret room, where a mysterious book gives the clue to go on with your search in Harmony Cliff. I can say nothing negative even though it was a very short game. But this is Mad Head Games we are talking about and they certainly know how to spice up their games. Theo has found out, his mother must have signed a contract long ago and left her family to go to the Eternal Dance. A strange abandoned place with a hut, a boat, the shore. Puzzles were a bit easy but for a muso like me, this was always engaging and intriguing.

Rated 5 out of 5 by linzi1nz1 from Unusual Musical Lucid Beautifully executed game with a musical theme. I don't know how many games have been offered to us with a Faustian theme but this one seems unique in that a contract is executed that sells one's soul in exchange for talent. He insists to Theo that some contract must be fulfilled and that he must go perform at the Eternal Dance. Many games offer the theme of black magic overtaking someone or an evil machine or even love turned tragic by obsession. A five star game to some may be a two star game for others. A cryptex is given us in the restaurant, as a helpful tool and combined with returning puzzles, variying in difficulty.


6 thoughts on “Cadenza: The Eternal Dance Collectors Edition

  1. HOS are fairly creative, partly combined with puzzle elements. As for the puzzles, they are brain-dead easy and the majority of them can be solved in just a minute or two. More like this please. Pace is relatively fast, best of all here, at least for me, is the story.

  2. Always combined with murder mysteries, this time violin sounds will lead us through a strange course of events with a magical music machine, a contract with some mysterious man with supernatural powers and our bride to be, who has been taken somewhere, we cannot easily follow. Mostly, the music was very appealing. On a hill a music machine, in front of it the masked man. But this is Mad Head Games we are talking about and they certainly know how to spice up their games.

  3. He left a note in the restaurant, saying, if he at some point would disappear without a trace, one should look at his piano. But this is Mad Head Games we are talking about and they certainly know how to spice up their games. The adventure quickly becomes fast paced as you race against the clock to find the written enchanted melody of the eternal dance and play it with a violin in an attempt to save Elaine. I don't know how many games have been offered to us with a Faustian theme but this one seems unique in that a contract is executed that sells one's soul in exchange for talent. The adventure is by no means revolutionary and falls victim to the usual HOPA tropes.

  4. The adventure is by no means revolutionary and falls victim to the usual HOPA tropes. The hidden object games are multi-layered and interactive, but most of them are just junk piles and the level of challenge is low. Cadenza: The Eternal Dance is far from being the best Cadenza game, but that does not mean that it is not an enjoyable addition to the series.

  5. The adventure is by no means revolutionary and falls victim to the usual HOPA tropes. Just gorgeous. I don't know how many games have been offered to us with a Faustian theme but this one seems unique in that a contract is executed that sells one's soul in exchange for talent. I do not recommend that anyone ever purchase a game without trying it. Some people may want more of a challenge, but occasionally I like some that don't give me a migraine.

  6. After simplistic and predictable games, this had nice twists in its take on the old Faustian tale. The four-hour length of the game is satisfying and the minute bonus chapter is equally decent. The music machine on the hill in Harmony Cliff is more a time machine than a mechanical piano. Didn't last long enough. In this story, you play the part of best friend to Theo and lover of Elaine, Theo's sister.

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