Twilight City: Love as a Cure

In Twilight City: Love as a Cure, you're a young vampire passionately in love with a human. However, the curse of being immortal comes at a high price. Your burning desire for blood can destroy your love. It's up to you to search for a cure in the mysterious city of Skylight. Overcome all obstacles and become human again!

Think about it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by LokiLoo from Velvet challenged Love the game, but a sequel could allow the characters that we worked on here -to complete new achievements and perhaps go to neighboring towns and use them as attachments to the game. Different from your typical games you normally get on the site. Click here to go to our help pages or to contact our Customer Support team instead. Then you accumulate enough money between working and eating so you can perform assigned tasks, such as attending classes or going on quests. The setting is nicely spooky, and the characters are fun. The game is fairly simple but still a lot of fun to play and took longer to finish than either Life Quest game did for me. But like all life management games, you learn and grow so you can advance. More like this please. I love how after you beat the game you can continue on. Everything went smoothly, from installation to clicking on the last item. Like in Life Quest, you have to learn skills and build up attributes to get better jobs and more money so you can meet certain goals along the way such as updating your room's furnishings and your wardrobe, not to mention the really interesting vehicles and pets! It is not a hidden object game. You learn , you eat, you rest , decorate your room.

First, the graphics were of poor quality, then, you had to do a lot of back and forth and wait awhile for your horse to go from each place to its next destination. It is more like a puzzle game. More like this please. Everything went smoothly, from installation to clicking on the last item. If you're looking for something fast paced, this is not the game for you Gamehouse--i'd much rather wait a month or two for a great game then a game like this one. However, you must have enough mana and vigor to complete your activities. You learn , you eat, you rest , decorate your room. Also realized if I would make myself wait on the next quest and just keep building my character I could perform my tasks and quests more efficiently as a result. Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. So, I decided to give the trial a chance and I'm really glad I did. This game is awesome because you have to learn skills to open up missions and better jobs.

Eat, earn, eat some more, earn some more. Would not recommend unless you were trying to fall asleep. It would have been cool if you had a choice to stay a vampire or return as a human. An RPG with almost all the fighting removed. I hope there will be a sequel. As you move up the ladder, you gain more career choices, as well as open up multiple options for clothing, furniture, and "vehicles" bat clouds, dragons, etc. It is all about building up your characters abilities in order to achieve goals. Great game fun to play I hope people will give it more than an hour to truly enjoy it. Be the first to write a forum post about this game! It's not finely drawn, nor is there any action to speak of. Twilight City has great repeat playability. Submit Thank you for writing a post! So, I decided to give the trial a chance and I'm really glad I did. It is more like a puzzle game. All in all, this is a great little game that I spent a freebie on and I'm really glad I did!


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To call this an HO game is like calling an egg a bird. Write a post! Therein lies the Sparkle 2. I read on the forum of various technical issues, but I didn't encounter a single glitch during my gameplay. You have to carefully consider career choices, educational opportunities and purchase options. Its a little dark and morbid but super great! Strategy, remember? For a game that was labeled a HO game it sure has more other things than HO. This is not a click-as-fast-as-you-can monstrosity or a puzzle-laden HO journey, but Cufe game of subtle strategy. Lots of fun for those of us Citg: don't care for timers, but love to strategize! An RPG with almost all the fighting removed. So, I decided to give the trial a chance and I'm really glad I did. I really enjoyed playing this game. I Lobe the story. It was more like, try your turn at being a vampire.

No one's written about Twilight City - Love as a Cure yet. It's not finely drawn, nor is there any action to speak of. Strategy, remember? I really enjoyed playing this game. Eat, earn, eat some more, earn some more. An RPG with almost all the fighting removed. Would not recommend unless you were trying to fall asleep. Write a post! Drawing it yourself gets a little tricky as you near the end of the game and sometimes you have to try several times as the game seems to want perfection by then. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by LokiLoo from Velvet challenged Love the game, but a sequel could allow the characters that we worked on here -to complete new achievements and perhaps go to neighboring towns and use them as attachments to the game. Would not classify it as an HO game. Each spell has a rune that needs to be drawn for casting and you can either do it automatically or draw it yourself from memory to save a lot of energy. I didn't mind the racing around because I upgraded to faster transportation as soon as I could get some money.

An RPG with almost all the fighting removed. A lot of back and forth and here and Flying Fish Quest, lots of clicking, and though when I first started I didn't think I would stick with it, I couldn't help myself from going to the next place to see what I could buy, or how I could make my character smarter, stronger, get a better job, etc. Submit Thank you for writing a review! To call this an HO game is like calling an egg a bird. I thought it was a Sherlock Holmes VS Arsene Lupin game to play and I will enjoy playing it again. More of a management game with a few Ho's and accumulation of property and character development. Plus you get to dress up your avatar and look really gorgeous.


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14 thoughts on “Twilight City: Love as a Cure

  1. You can chose different genders, clothing, classes, occupations, transport, etc. It is more like a puzzle game. Maybe it'll appeal to others but I really like having a story to follow. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your post.

  2. This is not a click-as-fast-as-you-can monstrosity or a puzzle-laden HO journey, but a game of subtle strategy. Lots to do, sound, graphics, storyline etc all good. Second time I nailed it. I will probably play this again as the other gender, or trying different development tactics.

  3. I hope there will be a sequel. A Supernatural Life Quest! As you move up the ladder, you gain more career choices, as well as open up multiple options for clothing, furniture, and "vehicles" bat clouds, dragons, etc. Would not classify it as an HO game. It is more like a puzzle game.

  4. Drawing it yourself gets a little tricky as you near the end of the game and sometimes you have to try several times as the game seems to want perfection by then. It was a totally different style of game than I generally like, but a nice break from the standard, or routine. It would have been cool if you had a choice to stay a vampire or return as a human. The only things that would have made it any better is if you could have actually seen some cut scenes for the circus acts and if there were some actual study material or combining ingredients for spells and courses.

  5. It was a totally different style of game than I generally like, but a nice break from the standard, or routine. So, I decided to give the trial a chance and I'm really glad I did. It's not finely drawn, nor is there any action to speak of. Each spell has a rune that needs to be drawn for casting and you can either do it automatically or draw it yourself from memory to save a lot of energy. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sfaust from My favorite yet This game was so different from the usual format of most BigFish games.

  6. Excessive conversation as well--which granted, you can skp through but I tend to like SOME conversation in hidden object games so I know the storyline, but with all of these issues combined, I just couldn't even finish the game. Lots of fun for those of us who don't care for timers, but love to strategize! So, I decided to give the trial a chance and I'm really glad I did. I liked the story.

  7. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review. But like all life management games, you learn and grow so you can advance. All the scenes are static. Submit Thank you for writing a review! As your skill increases your jobs and other spells also upgrade.

  8. For a game that was labeled a HO game it sure has more other things than HO. I love how after you beat the game you can continue on. Be the first to write a forum post about this game! I have trouble calling this either an adventure game or a hidden object game.

  9. Like a life game. No one's written about Twilight City - Love as a Cure yet. Click here to go to our help pages or to contact our Customer Support team instead. Yes, in the beginning the mode of transportation is slow, the clothing choices are limited, and career options are few. It would have been cool if you had a choice to stay a vampire or return as a human.

  10. I didn't mind the racing around because I upgraded to faster transportation as soon as I could get some money. I bought it on a Daily Deal, but would gladly have paid regular club price for this little gem. I wasn't sure if I would like it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by brihan from can you make more I would like to see more of this type of game with more variety and longer story line.. I liked the story.

  11. I understand how others could consider this boring, but I am a fan of the LifeQuest games, so this is a winner for me. Rated 5 out of 5 by dp from Great - need more games like this Great. A fun strategy game for anyone to at least try.

  12. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by AdrianaIP from Something new in resource management If you are tired in TM and RM games from building houses and getting rent from them, try this one. I thought it was a fun game to play and I will enjoy playing it again. Or just resting in your place, that the more deocrations you put in there the better you replentish. Had trouble with the screen resolution, so there was a glitch in the game as well.

  13. You can chose different genders, clothing, classes, occupations, transport, etc. A Supernatural Life Quest! I bought it on a Daily Deal, but would gladly have paid regular club price for this little gem. You can dress your character, choose furnishings for your living quarters, and learn spells.

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