The Unseen Fears: Ominous Talent Collectors Edition

Grandma Studios presents another mysterious journey beyond the everyday world in The Unseen Fears: Ominous Talents! Your friend Carlos, an art critic, asked you to visit Italy to help investigate the disappearance of a colleague. The clues all lead back to the same local gallery where you quickly discover that this disappearance wasn’t the first. And as the pieces fall into place, you’ll discover a supernatural web of lies, jealousy, and betrayal. You’ll have to find the clues, learn the truth, and watch who you trust to solve the case and stop the disappearances in this intriguing new Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure game!


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Colors started out with a lot of blues and pinks, which are quite hard Okinous tiring on the eyes, but then cleaned up a bit. It is another Collector. And how do the Muses figure in this mystery? Bonus part was good with a good length. If you go through the tick list of morphs, collectibles, decent graphics etc, it's got it all but it's just not fun. It Cllectors more of a HOP scene than a mini-game. I don't think it was well designed. If you like it the rest of the game is the same, to me it was. Play on! I think most level of players will find something good about this one. Date Paris 1925 Rated 4 out of 5 by dancemom1 from Don't Secrets of Magic: The Book of Spells my picture! This game is not challenging, but you are constantly on the move and there is enough character Battle Slots to keep you interested. I was scratching my head a lot. Talnet bonuses include a strategy guide, wallpapers, concept art, soundtracks, movies, achievements, collectibles, replayable hidden object scenes, and replayable puzzles.

More HOPs would have been nice. Date published: It is a short game; nevertheless, I enjoyed playing it. I enjoyed the nice variety of HOPs and the mini games were not so complex as to cause frustration. It is more of a HOP scene than a mini-game. Each square has footprints which indicate the direction you will move. Didn't like the create paths between each number and the multi mixed picture. Again, we have supernatural powers, which seemed out of place on occasion. The mini-games aren't very challenging and Grandma needs to work on adding more of a variety as far as difficulty-range goes because not everyone is a novice HOPA gamer. This game is not challenging, but you are constantly on the move and there is enough character interaction to keep you interested. All I found was that we have 54 photos, two in each scene. This game has an easy feel to it, the story is not exciting but solving mysteries always grabs my attention. I am not a puzzle fan, really, but some of them are very good. On a 9 x 7 grid, create a path to lead a token from one end to the other. He wasn't even in the bonus chapter.

Good stuff: Two collectibles in each scene, lots of HOPs and puzzles, clear bright artwork, and good VO's all seem to promise a good game. Couple of the bonus games I could not figure out Shining Plume skipped but most are easy enough. If you make a mistake you begin anew. Matching puzzle. Maze puzzle. Press on 4 lock pieces in the correct order to open a lock Collectods a door. I'm sticking with my Risen Dragons score of 4.


These double as money to buy paint to complete a paint by the number picture. If you make a mistake you begin anew. Animation was fairly smooth. Nathaniel, the supernatural detective with the wicked glowing tatoo, is once again called in to help a friend. Still, the game delivers some of the most creative hidden object scenes we have seen as of late, and the puzzles are also pretty solid. Collector's Edition Extra's: 8 Wallpapers all with Characters? The only complaint I have concerning the game are the graphics, which are somewhat dated. The trial ends toward the middle of chapter 2. I've played a game with muses before and it didn't bother me to do it again. My favorite scene is one in which the player must locate four 4 each of three 3 landmarks on a map, some which require some interaction within the scene. It's what happens after the main game and Alonso Ricci is a teacher. There are 42 Zoom Zone Palettes that are used to purchase 12 different colors of paint to complete a Paint by Numbers masterpiece. Maze puzzle.

Please try the demo. Voices were age and character appropriate and actually had some emotion and urgency, depending on what was happening at the time. Again, we have supernatural powers, which seemed out of place on occasion. I feel this is a nice touch. Colors started out with a lot of blues and pinks, which are quite hard and tiring on the eyes, but then cleaned up a bit. Checkers puzzle. A group of muses are involved in these mysterious disappearances and it is up to you to locate the culprit. Graphics were fairly nice in this one. Scenes are fairly clean and items were not difficult to find. I was scratching my head a lot. I never like gimmicks, but the tattoo here was not unbearable. As an investigator with psychic abilities, can you withstand the dark forces and catch this vicious serial killer? I also liked the relaxing mini-games. Date published:

Play Nathaniel, a supernatural detective off on another adventure, this time involving the disappearance of several art critics. Multiple step. Music was okay. As an investigator with psychic abilities, can you withstand the dark forces and catch this vicious serial killer? I don't expect them to put me on edge of my seat. I'm hoping it to be a continuation, rather than an entirely different story because I don't feel one chapter is enough time for a satisfying story. In this series:. Help a young muse, a girl whose interests and abilities lie in another direction than those from other students in her school. Pretty easy on the difficulty scale, but that's the way I like it. These are a little small, but still can easily be seen In short, this is a rather tedious game with very little to recommend it so I won't either. I think most level of players will find something good about this one. Nathaniel, the supernatural detective with the wicked glowing tatoo, is once again called in to help a friend.

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13 thoughts on “The Unseen Fears: Ominous Talent Collectors Edition

  1. There are 42 Zoom Zone Palettes that are used to purchase 12 different colors of paint to complete a Paint by Numbers masterpiece. Graphics were fairly nice in this one. My favorite scene is one in which the player must locate four 4 each of three 3 landmarks on a map, some which require some interaction within the scene. Graphics were good along with the scenes.

  2. Nathaniel, the supernatural detective with the wicked glowing tatoo, is once again called in to help a friend. Play Nathaniel, a supernatural detective off on another adventure, this time involving the disappearance of several art critics. I was hoping to get a repeat of the HOs in that game where you have to hop from scene to scene to pick things up to replace elsewhere but sadly, I've not come across any.

  3. I just wasn't involved in the story, invested in the characters, or desirous of continuing the adventure. Unlike Grandma's last Whispered Secrets masterpiece, this Hidden Chapter is nothing more than a single, one-and-done, Hidden Object Scene where you locate Listed Items on 4 tabs that reveal an object when all listed items are found on each tab. It is a short game; nevertheless, I enjoyed playing it.

  4. Nevertheless, I would rather play a quality short game than one which is long, drawn out, and boring. Try it out first before buying. Beatrice found her talent at a very young age, but Alonso struggled for years to find his talent. Bonus part was good with a good length. The paint pallets are exchanged to purchase paints to color a picture available at the end of the game.

  5. You are off to Italy to investigate a photography exhibition. There are 42 Zoom Zone Palettes that are used to purchase 12 different colors of paint to complete a Paint by Numbers masterpiece. His first assignment is to help a young girl named Jo who is much like Alonso, struggling to find her talent! Play Nathaniel, a supernatural detective off on another adventure, this time involving the disappearance of several art critics.

  6. I was happy to pick up what I missed in the end so I could open the Good Memories which is a hops. Graphics were fairly nice in this one. Supernatural cases are lots of fun.

  7. GrandMA Studios manages to breathe life into this recycled plotline and makes it their own. Although less than picture-perfect, it is a decent play. Didn't like the create paths between each number and the multi mixed picture. It is another story. As an investigator with psychic abilities, can you withstand the dark forces and catch this vicious serial killer?

  8. The story is well-written. Music was okay. Will he vanish into a photo? Good stuff: Two collectibles in each scene, lots of HOPs and puzzles, clear bright artwork, and good VO's all seem to promise a good game. Some of the games have multiple layers or multiple steps to complete.

  9. However, there are not very many of either one. If you go through the tick list of morphs, collectibles, decent graphics etc, it's got it all but it's just not fun. Collectibles are a bit disappointing. Music was okay.

  10. Shame, because I enjoyed Outlive in this series. The trial ends toward the middle of chapter 2. One does search for items but not to bad. I just wasn't involved in the story, invested in the characters, or desirous of continuing the adventure. The story line is nothing new, but I found myself really getting into it by the time the demo ended.

  11. This game has an easy feel to it, the story is not exciting but solving mysteries always grabs my attention. As usual, I review mostly on the game play and leave the story line to others. However, there are not very many of either one.

  12. Bad stuff: The story is slow moving and disjointed as well as confusing. It doesn't have that flow. I did like the muses and flowers scene. On a 9 x 7 grid, create a path to lead a token from one end to the other. We do have a lot of back tracking in this one.

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