The Unseen Fears: Stories Untold

GrandMa Studios Limited brings you the latest fantastic installment of The Unseen Fears series! You're off to Prague for a well-deserved vacation! But your fun is cut short when someone calls to you for help from inside a book of fairy tales! You're in for the story of a lifetime as you investigate a missing author's home to find the origins of a dangerous other-worldly magic. Can you save those trapped in the stories, or will you join them as a permanent character? Find out in this gripping Hidden-Object Puzzle adventure!

Considering what I had been playing previously, I'm giving this wonderful game a straight five-star rating! It had me smiling to myself. I'm sure you'll enjoy it as much as I have. I've always enjoyed matching, jigsaws, painting, in the right order, Simon said. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by xxPheonixx from Boring, click, click, boring beginner's game This is one of the most boring games I've ever played! Anyone who would have wandered into this scenario would have sufficed, but he's the star of the series and it's always fun to use his magic tattoo to battle evil. I recommend buying this game. So very much enjoyed playing the game. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by bustig49 from Just a lot of fun I don't know why the 2 star reviews other than maybe they were adults who were wanting something more than a fairytale. The story is well worked out and even touching without too much illogical developments in it. To start out you have to find six morphs. Please realize that these are only my feelings about the game and I definitely recommend that you try the demo because Unseen Fears Stories Untold may be a game that you will thoroughly enjoy.

You might ask what happened that caused me to dislike the game? Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by shelterhill from Nice game I played the ce version but this standard edition will be fine. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Monkeygus from Not your usual Fairy Tale inspired game I played the demo and was hooked from the start. I got to the point where I felt the puzzles interfered with what is a weak storyline to begin with and simply made it difficult to follow the action. Happy gaming! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by netnanna from A most enjoyable game!! The story is well worked out and even touching without too much illogical developments in it. Rated 5 out of 5 by daisyjanefish from Five star award I never review games even though I have played hundreds but am putting my two cents in because I think this game deserves 5 stars. What is more is that young people would like it. I think the accents of the voice actors are spot on. There are 10 Mini-Games, 6 Hidden Object Scenes, and 10 Dragonflies remaining in the CE Bonus Chapter which allows you to purchase the final 3 Ferret Accessories as well You will also complete the Book Decorations 4 Crowns and 3 Hearts and Morphing Object Book Decoration Collectibles 7 If you missed any Book Decorations or Morphs, you can return to the scenes to search for them by clicking on that particular decoration, but you have to complete the main game first. The colors are great and have great depth. Nathaniel feels an urge prolly just caused by unjustified vacation regrets to take a gander at a Book in the display window, after all, it's glowing with a green paranormal hue, no tattoo necessary to put 2 and 2 together here folks. Love fairy tale stories. It pays to go with past experiences before choosing a game.

I love the fun in the fairytale games and I liked it. Yes, the very first scene should have been my clue to leave this game alone. Nathaniel feels an urge prolly just caused by unjustified vacation regrets to take a gander at a Book in the display window, after all, it's glowing with a green paranormal hue, no tattoo necessary to put 2 and 2 together here folks. I felt I got a whole lot of bang for my buck out of this game! Most of the HO scenes are colorful and the items to find are clear and recognizable. It had me smiling to myself. Love fairy tale stories. It's beautiful and it's fun. The truth is, the Unseen Fears games have never been ones that excited me — well maybe there was one that was a very interesting and entertaining game. I highly recommend this game, and hope to see more of the same in the future. So yes, if you are looking for a simple game with a nice gameplay you can not go wrong with this one! Undoubtedly, Stories Untold should have been canned before it ever hit its release date. It pays to go with past experiences before choosing a game. Loved the flow of the game, the music, the voiceovers.

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Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by bustig49 from Just a lot of fun I don't know why the 2 star reviews other than maybe they were adults who were wanting something more than a fairytale. The colors are great and have great depth. I believe you can go back after you finish the bonus game and find any that you might have missed. Not boring, nor slow. Yes, the very first scene should have been my clue to leave this game alone. Overall, this is a wonderful game that should appeal to a variety of players, no matter what skill level. I just thought the girl that appeared quite early in the game got a little lost while playing… in the end she was just mentioned once and that was it. Storyline is nothing new. Rated 5 out of 5 by daisyjanefish from Five star award I never review games even though I have played Charma: The Land of Enchantment but am putting my two cents in because I The Unseen Fears: Stories Untold this game deserves 5 stars. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by netnanna from A most enjoyable game!! Well, it seems like GrandMa Games jumped on the rah-rah bandwagon for puzzle lovers and inserted far too many puzzles into each scene of the game. Even the bonus has a decent length. The truth is, the Unseen Fears games have never been ones that excited me — Veronica and the Book of Dreams maybe there was one that was a very interesting and entertaining game. Those things are the reason I buy CEs. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by andrewhow from The Unseen Fears: Stories Untold Collector's Edition I enjoy playing supernatural games because they make me think more about my moves rather than the general hidden object games Date published:

Perhaps Nathaniel can do something about those horrible accents while he's on Va-ca in Tale World. The story line is interesting and the puzzles are very enjoyable. The colors are great and have great depth. There are 10 Mini-Games, 6 Hidden Object Scenes, and 10 Dragonflies remaining in the CE Bonus Chapter which allows you to purchase the final 3 Ferret Accessories as well You will also complete the Book Decorations 4 Crowns and 3 Hearts and Morphing Object Book Decoration Collectibles 7 If you missed any Book Decorations or Morphs, you can return to the scenes to search for them by clicking on that particular decoration, but you have to complete the main game first. Collecting the morphing objects, the dragonflies, and a bonus game not to mention unlocking a hidden chapter. I got to the point where I felt the puzzles interfered with what is a weak storyline to begin with and simply made it difficult to follow the action. I've only played the demo and am waiting to see if BF will bundle the game tomorrow so I can pick up Shadowplay: Harrowstead Mystery as well, which came out a few days ago. This game is just pure fun. Storyline is nothing new. I'm sure you will love it! Beyond easy! This is an average-length chapter that takes place over 7 different scene locations.

And that is the main reason I play these games. Not boring, nor slow. I was able to Zumas Revenge the inventory items pretty quickly. Rated 5 out of 5 by daisyjanefish from Five star award I never review games even though I have played hundreds but am putting my two cents in because I think this game deserves 5 stars. Collectables were not all that great. I've always enjoyed matching, jigsaws, painting, in the right order, Simon said. As always, please give the demo a try. I played on advanced mode and still need to finish it but it is fun. This has a lot of different things to do all the time. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by HikariIno from Unseen Fears The Unseen Fears: Stories Untold Just finished this game this morning The Enchanted Kingdom: Elisas Adventure last night and was worried. I believe you can go back after you finish the bonus game and find any that you might have missed. I just thought the girl that appeared quite early in the game got a little lost while playing… in the end she was just mentioned once and that was it. So after playing the demo, I bought the CE version, which I love. The colors are great and have great depth.


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The Unseen Fears: Stories Untold

8 thoughts on “The Unseen Fears: Stories Untold

  1. It's beautiful and it's fun. I loved the voice overs and the mix of modern with fantasy. Perhaps Nathaniel can do something about those horrible accents while he's on Va-ca in Tale World.

  2. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jdylea from loved it!!! Of course, there was the obligational lemon juice on rust and oil on zipper scenes, but at least there wasn't a newspaper until the door to catch a key routine. I just thought the girl that appeared quite early in the game got a little lost while playing… in the end she was just mentioned once and that was it. I'm sure you'll enjoy it as much as I have.

  3. But I have found that my taste is usually the opposite of those of these regular reviewers. Nathaniel's spidey-senses were spot on, the book IS asking for his help because Nathaniel CAN read between the lines to see the unseen. HOGs and Puzzles galore, weakish storyline, but all games now seem about the same in that department, but the playing of the game made up for it. Yes, I definitely recommend this game.

  4. The colors are bright and cheerful despite the drama, the puzzles are fun, it has morphies and collectibles, which I always enjoy, and altogether, I'm having a wonderful time playing the game. The story line, while not original, is a good one with excellent replay value. Undoubtedly, Stories Untold should have been canned before it ever hit its release date.

  5. I don't usually buy CE but this one was a buy. There was no map which would have been more helpful, but all in all I'm not the least bit sorry that I bought this game! The story line is interesting and the puzzles are very enjoyable. Nathaniel's spidey-senses were spot on, the book IS asking for his help because Nathaniel CAN read between the lines to see the unseen. There is a repetitive "Connect the Dots" game every time Nathaniel's Tattoo Spidey-Senses are triggered, but I actually enjoyed them and was disappointed that the Tattoo was only used 4 times, one of which had a Hidden Object puzzle instead of the connect the dots game.

  6. I will play this game again! Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by xxPheonixx from Boring, click, click, boring beginner's game This is one of the most boring games I've ever played! Happy gaming! They aren't the stupid transparent ones.

  7. The most annoying thing about Stories Untold occurred in the beginning of the game when Nathaniel comes across the boys throwing rocks at the house. Had to have the full game! I enjoyed saving those trapped in the stories.

  8. There was no map which would have been more helpful, but all in all I'm not the least bit sorry that I bought this game! As always, please give the demo a try. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Monkeygus from Not your usual Fairy Tale inspired game I played the demo and was hooked from the start.

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