Dreadful Tales: The Space Between Collectors Edition

Eipix Entertainment proudly presents Dreadful Tales - a chilling new series from the makers of Myths of the World and Dead Reckoning! The Spencers picked up an abandoned country estate for cheap, hoping to flip it and turn a profit, but when they come to check out the property, they discover it has dark secrets hidden inside its walls. A creature begins to terrorize them, rifling through their things, smashing furniture and causing a ruckus, but soon their annoyance turns into terror. Can they escape something that lives within the very walls themselves? Find out in this terrifying hidden object puzzle adventure game!

The collectables didnt jump out at you and do need looking for. I like that you have to take the time to realy look at and enjoy the graphics. Anyway, I recommend this game, good spooky fun Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cliftonman10 from A Masterpiece This has to be the best Eipix game. Thank you all. Two paranormal investigators look into an old house looking for ghosts. Games were just right, not simplistic but not brain wracking either, just tough enough to enjoy without frustration. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by moonpie from Thanks for a true horror game I love this type of game. However, this game just amps up the creepy factor and is one you will happily go back to if you are a fan of a slightly more adult feeling game. Great artwork, story and music. Moreover, the hidden object scenes and the puzzles are well-crafted, considerably challenging, and clever tied into the storyline. I find lots of games lately make this too easy and the games finish quickly. I love that feature. Do not skip on this one : Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pedroG4mac from Not too big, not too small, just right. I felt the bonus game was very short but thats the only downside i could find.

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I like that you have to take the time to realy look at and enjoy the graphics. I really enjoyed this game, it had a lot of different angles and the storyline was interesting. I haven't enjoyed a game like this, this much, since some of the earliest Mystery Case Files games,like Return to Ravenhearst. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nickr63 from nice change of look to the game I liked this game alot. Thank you all. The collectables didnt jump out at you and do need looking for. Turned out their taunter was their savior, it really was hysterical. Games were just right, not simplistic but not brain wracking either, just tough enough to enjoy without frustration. The game play for the most part was a bit easy but the story line helped in that regard. The hops were nicely different which is refreshing and the puzzles too. Dreadful Tales: The Space Between took me four hours to complete and the prequel bonus chapter took me an additional hour or so — and I am definitely hungry for more! The adventure part is non-linear and involves a surprising amount of unconventional problem-solving. Love the sense of being afraid to backtrack in case the creature is waiting there to pounce on me. Can't wait for the sequel.


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I love that feature. I look forward to seeing a series made from this. And yes, some things did Dreadful Tales: The Space Between Collectors Edition me jump. It was the creepiest and scariest game I've played in a long time. Story line kept pSace going and it is told from each characters point of view, Spacw switches a couple of times. The game play for the most part was a bit easy but the story line helped in that regard. Dreadful Tales: The Space Between reminds us what Eipix is capable of when they put their minds to it. This allows a fresh perspective on areas we have explored, discovering new solutions. Games were just right, not simplistic but not brain wracking either, Zumas Revenge tough enough to enjoy without frustration. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 Clolectors Dudbutts from Everything I Could Beteen For Lots of fun, spooky story with a couple jump scares, play with some volume to appreciate. I really enjoyed this game, it had a lot of different angles and the storyline was interesting. The slow-paced storyline is offset by the suspenseful and creepy atmosphere that keeps me on the edge of my seat from start to finish. Scary edge of Battle Slots seat stuff with heaps of brain teaser puzzles makes for a fantastic few hours of great Eeition. Excellent game, thrilling plot and varied locations. Looking forward to another game in this series.

Scary edge of the seat stuff with heaps of brain teaser puzzles makes for a fantastic few hours of great fun. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by moonpie from Thanks for a true horror game I love this type of game. I read thru the negative reviews after I finished the game and I have to say I disagree with their comments. Great artwork, story and music. No purple smoke or mysterious runes or magical powers. Two paranormal investigators look into an old house looking for ghosts. This is a thoughtfully-constructed horror adventure that will surely go down as one of the year's best. I am rating it strictly on the enjoyment factor. One of several recent releases which we are presented with sharing responsibility to resolve the challenges in cooperation with our partner. Well worth the time awesome length! It was the creepiest and scariest game I've played in a long time. What a fantastic way to begin the new year! I did feel kind of sorry for the "Ghoulish Guy" I wish he could have been redeemed somehow, wasn't his fault he was left on his own from a young age. I really enjoyed this game, it had a lot of different angles and the storyline was interesting.

Looking forward to another game in this series. I am rating it strictly on the enjoyment factor. Just a straight up creepy house in horrible condition and normal people being pursued by a creature that's just one step behind them. Taled: haven't enjoyed a game like this, this much, since some of the Mahjongg Dimensions Deluxe: Tiles in Time Mystery Case Files games,like Return to Ravenhearst. Although the visuals can be seen as a little rough at Collectord, they might be intentionally done in that fashion in order to evoke the horror feel.


If you ever happen to see it, use the sub titles, those Kiwi have strong accents. There was a funny horror film I watch a few years back, it was called "House Bound" a kiwi flick about strange things happening in this oddball family's home. I appreciate the talent of the team currently releasing these remarkable stories. Anyway, I recommend this game, good spooky fun Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cliftonman10 from A Masterpiece This has to be the best Eipix game. More of this type of game please! Date published: I find lots of games lately make this too easy and the games finish quickly. The collectables didnt jump out at you and do need looking for. I did feel kind of sorry for the "Ghoulish Guy" I wish he could have been redeemed somehow, wasn't his fault he was left on his own from a young age. This is a thoughtfully-constructed horror adventure that will surely go down as one of the year's best. Just a straight up creepy house in horrible condition and normal people being pursued by a creature that's just one step behind them. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by qkxfnh from A game to keep you going! Two paranormal investigators look into an old house looking for ghosts.

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  1. I felt the bonus game was very short but thats the only downside i could find. The slow-paced storyline is offset by the suspenseful and creepy atmosphere that keeps me on the edge of my seat from start to finish. Scary edge of the seat stuff with heaps of brain teaser puzzles makes for a fantastic few hours of great fun. More of the same in the near future please!! It was a little scarey, dark things jumping out from dark rooms, which i liked so not advisable for very young children.

  2. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Dudbutts from Everything I Could Ask For Lots of fun, spooky story with a couple jump scares, play with some volume to appreciate. More of the same in the near future please!! No purple smoke or mysterious runes or magical powers. Moreover, the hidden object scenes and the puzzles are well-crafted, considerably challenging, and clever tied into the storyline.

  3. Just a straight up creepy house in horrible condition and normal people being pursued by a creature that's just one step behind them. I haven't enjoyed a game like this, this much, since some of the earliest Mystery Case Files games,like Return to Ravenhearst. It was a little scarey, dark things jumping out from dark rooms, which i liked so not advisable for very young children. I find lots of games lately make this too easy and the games finish quickly. Dreadful Tales: The Space Between took me four hours to complete and the prequel bonus chapter took me an additional hour or so — and I am definitely hungry for more!

  4. I really enjoyed this game, it had a lot of different angles and the storyline was interesting. What a fantastic way to begin the new year! The game play for the most part was a bit easy but the story line helped in that regard.

  5. More of the same in the near future please!! Two paranormal investigators look into an old house looking for ghosts. Dreadful Tales: The Space Between reminds us what Eipix is capable of when they put their minds to it.

  6. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by moonpie from Thanks for a true horror game I love this type of game. I felt the bonus game was very short but thats the only downside i could find. Also at the end you can go back and find the collectables that you missed in the collectors edition. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by nickr63 from nice change of look to the game I liked this game alot.

  7. I look forward to seeing a series made from this. There was a funny horror film I watch a few years back, it was called "House Bound" a kiwi flick about strange things happening in this oddball family's home. The collectables didnt jump out at you and do need looking for. Games were just right, not simplistic but not brain wracking either, just tough enough to enjoy without frustration. It was the creepiest and scariest game I've played in a long time.

  8. A far cry from some of the games of late, this has it all. The hops were nicely different which is refreshing and the puzzles too. I felt the bonus game was very short but thats the only downside i could find. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Dudbutts from Everything I Could Ask For Lots of fun, spooky story with a couple jump scares, play with some volume to appreciate. Good graphics overal and nice that you arnt constantly going backwards and forwards with looking for or using things.

  9. Anyway, I recommend this game, good spooky fun Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cliftonman10 from A Masterpiece This has to be the best Eipix game. However, this game just amps up the creepy factor and is one you will happily go back to if you are a fan of a slightly more adult feeling game. I find lots of games lately make this too easy and the games finish quickly.

  10. More of this type of game please! There was a funny horror film I watch a few years back, it was called "House Bound" a kiwi flick about strange things happening in this oddball family's home. Do not skip on this one : Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pedroG4mac from Not too big, not too small, just right.

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