Danse Macabre: Florentine Elegy Collectors Edition

Eipix Entertainment proudly presents the newest addition to the Danse Macabre series! Your beloved musical mentor has dominated his competition time and time again, but your joy for his achievements is short-lived when he’s found murdered and you are named as the prime suspect! Can you track down the real murderer, or will you be convicted of a crime you didn’t commit? You’ll soon discover the fate of your beloved city may be at stake as well! Dodge the police and scour the city to find the clues in this heart-pounding hidden-object puzzle adventure!

In spite of the difficult HOP scenes, I know that Florentine Elegy is a game that I will enjoy with my only concern being that it might be a fairly short game. I'm sure this game will be a fan favorite, but for me, the plot isn't original enough, therefore, it's just a tad boring to me. The characters seem to be a bit cartoonish early in the game but do improve. Collect grape figures, Morphing objects in HO's, wonderful game flow, Nice jump map, Good inventory and how it was used, and good cut scenes. I thought the graphics were lovely with nicely detailed scenery, buildings and interiors, costumes, etc. Some of the puzzles in this game are easy while some have a bit more challenge. Even though he is at times arrogant and self-absorbed, he is like a father to you. The graphics range from clean lines to elaborate Baroque. The main game of Danse Macabre: Florentine Elegy takes around three and a half hours to complete, which is quite decent given its lack of challenge. The bonus chapter was a bit weak for my taste, but it didn't take away from an awesome main game. Soon you are arrested for his murder! Will you be able to navigate the streets and alleys of Florence as you search for answers and find out who really is behind the death of your beloved teacher? So did the man I chase just get pushed into the water? I feel 5 stars is a fair rating, since I've not really been disappointed with earlier Danse Macabre games. As always, I recommend that you try the demo to see if you will enjoy this seventh game in the Danse Macabre series.

Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Press the keys on the harpsichord in the correct order according to numbered directional arrows, so all keys are used once. The hidden objects are very well-excited, with just enough creativity and clever touches to keep things fresh. Rated 5 out of 5 by coffeyfan77 from Danse Macabre Does It Again When a game starts out with the murder of your mentor and an escape from the Italian police, it's hard to imagine it will get even better from there. And I love the extras once the game is completed. Florentine Elegy has an excellent storyline and I need to know why Maestro Benedetti was murdered and who or what is behind the recent murders of other musicians. I just hope this performance doesn't signal the end of the series. Reviews are subjective, I thought the storyline in Danse Macabre: Florentine Elegy could not be more predictable. They are 9 and 6, so this was a little dark for them and me , but from the name, we knew it would be a dark storyline. The bonus game carries the story a little further. Some of the puzzles in this game are easy while some have a bit more challenge. Your basic mission is to save other composers and catch the person responsible for the killing spree on the music scene in Florence. Thankfully, the puzzles and the hidden object scenes are way more entertaining. Can hardly wait to find out.

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Florentlne enough, that's exactly what this game is about, no surprise here. I really have enjoyed previous editions of this series. Highly recommend. Date published: If you like a dose of history and some excitement while you solve a decent mystery, this is the game for you. Sure enough, that's exactly what this game is about, Mzcabre: surprises here. They weren't dark and dreary and actually could have passed as a painting. As you celebrate his success over a glass of wine, he drops dead. Even though it might be short it is still a game that seems interesting. The storyline has no imagination and is painfully predictable. As always, I recommend that you try the demo to see if you will enjoy Chicken Rush seventh game in the Danse Macabre series. It was nice not having to hunt and peck everywhere, trying to use the inventory items. One reason why Editionn isn't like any other mystery is the setting, which is rendered beautifully.

In the demo, there is one Interactive List find available within a small Zoom Zone, and one HOP includes a Keywords in sentences once you find the hidden storybook. In spite of the difficult HOP scenes, I know that Florentine Elegy is a game that I will enjoy with my only concern being that it might be a fairly short game. I can't think of one reason to recommend you at least try before you buy. The storyline was even better as it developed and I was so surprised to find out who the bad guy was in the game. I'm sure this game will be a fan favorite, but for me, the plot isn't original enough, therefore, it's just a tad boring to me. Date published: Sound was excellent including the voice overs. Your teacher wins yet another music competition and arrives back at his studio for your lesson in time for you to murder him with the poisoned wine some "well-wisher" gave him at the competition. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by pandorrra13 from Fun hidden object game Enjoyable game play with interesting plot. I'm hoping this is the last! Not only has the plot been done a hundred times before, it does not even feel like Eipix is trying to make this one any more interesting. The puzzles were okay but I'm not a fan of music related ones that involve remembering sequences.

In my opinion, it's a good story, though not the best of this type. The series fatigue has definitely set in for Mahjongg Variations Macabre. I did make sense, but there was just something lacking in imagination. I just hope this performance doesn't signal the end of the series. Lip-sync was good, if that matters to you. The adventure portion of the game is extremely straightforward; every move feels familiar and every task feels tedious. Some of the puzzles in this game are easy while some have a bit more challenge. Others will go into the story line itself so I won't do that. Florentine Elegy has an excellent storyline and I need to know why Maestro Benedetti was murdered and who or what is behind the recent murders of other musicians. Unfortunately, I only came across one transporting hint during the demo. Nice change -- a more "grown-up" story to enjoy. Florentine Elegy has an excellent storyline that is Animal Drop Safari full of twists and turns that Danse Macabre: Florentine Elegy Collectors Edition Mahjong Match me a bit to figure out why Maestro Benedetti was murdered and who was behind the recent murders of other musicians. Not to mention, that some tasks are far from being logical and that a few objects are placed in irrational places. Boy, are you in trouble!


In spite of the difficult HOP scenes, I know that Florentine Elegy is a game that I will enjoy with my only concern being that it might be a fairly short game. I kind of enjoyed the story. Try as I might I simply could not understand what do to and the ones I thought I understood, I couldn't accomplish. Reviews are subjective, I thought the storyline in Danse Macabre: Florentine Elegy could not be more predictable. Florentine Elegy has an excellent storyline and I need to know why Maestro Benedetti was murdered and who or what is behind the recent murders of other musicians. In the demo, there is one Interactive List find available within a small Zoom Zone, and one HOP includes a Keywords in sentences once you find the hidden storybook. Personally, I found some of the HOPs to be very tedious because the scenes are junk piles and the required items are very small, muted or well-hidden. After playing HOP games for well-over ten years I have seen most of the puzzles and still enjoy solving them. HOs vary but traditional fans won't be disappointed. Sure enough, that's exactly what this game is about, no surprise here. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by skullfun from Eipix may need to "raise the bar' with Danse Macabre Series! We loved the game play and enjoyed finding the clues that interacted with other objects. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Press the keys on the harpsichord in the correct order according to numbered directional arrows, so all keys are used once. Nothing to complain about here. After a daring prison break, you must follow the clues and search for the real killer.

7 thoughts on “Danse Macabre: Florentine Elegy Collectors Edition

  1. Thankfully, the puzzles and the hidden object scenes are way more entertaining. You play the game as a student of the famed Maestro Benedetti who is one of the leading composers in Italy and you are very fortunate to be his student. God Bless

  2. On the other hand, we found ourselves enjoying the hidden object scenes and the puzzles quite a bit. Even though I found the HOPS to be a bit tedious, I did enjoy most of the puzzles and found the full game even better. The hidden objects are very well-excited, with just enough creativity and clever touches to keep things fresh. It has continuity and that's good for me. Bad stuff: Strangely colored artwork, blurry tiny objects in the HOPs, a particularly faulty story, and unattractive characters.

  3. As always, I recommend that you try the demo to see if you will enjoy this seventh game in the Danse Macabre series. I love the artwork and the music. Is it worth a CE? This latest installment, A Lover's Pledge, is a rough adventure that is in need of fine-tuning. Some of the puzzles in this game are easy while some have a bit more challenge.

  4. Your basic mission is to save other composers and catch the person responsible for the killing spree on the music scene in Florence. They might not be extraordinarily innovative, but they are certainly very well-designed and offer a fair level of entertainment. Date published: You can retrieve any missed ones in Extras.

  5. It quickly turns out that your maestro was only the first victim of a devious plan of revenge! As you search for the killer you find a tangled web and have no idea who you can trust. Almost always, the key suspect is usually innocent and must find evidence that will exonerate them. Now you have to step in and take it from there.

  6. As is common these days, you have several modes of play, and as I said I used the custom to set my hint and skip times as fast as possible. My main problem was the mini games, which were well beyond both my ability and patience. Is it worth a CE? Adventure is straightforward with a few inventory items used in novel ways. You play the game as a student of the famed Maestro Benedetti who is one of the leading composers in Italy and you are very fortunate to be his student.

  7. And I love the extras once the game is completed. This chapter of the Danse Macabre series actually does. However, in this game they were doable, even though I did skip a couple I just did not care for. Adventure is straightforward with a few inventory items used in novel ways. As for the locks and other puzzles as well as the stilted game play, I blush for Eipix.

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