Nightfall Mysteries: Curse of the Opera

Take on the role of a lowly stagehand in an opera company tasked with solving a deadly mystery! The Opera troupe is invited by the reclusive Count Vladd Vansig III to his small hamlet to perform a special Opera for him. Strangely, there are no villagers to speak of except for the Count and his caretaker. Over the course of the night, people go missing and are killed! Use your Hidden Object skills to find out the identity of the killer and escape the village alive in Nightfall Mysteries Curse of the Opera!

I already updated my stuffit expander, my computer is a 1. You are confined to a relatively small amount of screens, so if you do get lost, backtracking is a cinch. Anyway, I guess the point I'm driving at is that, overall, I think this game is a fun, unique entry to the series that deserves more praise than it gets. One thing I was really, really happy about was that they kept the voice actors from the first game bravo! I really like the voice acting in this series and actually enjoy listening to the characters speak. And yes, the game is definitely on the easy side. He told it different to how it was told in Asylum Conspiracy. A map tells you where to go next, as do the other characters you speak with. Rhovannion wrote: I haven't contacted tech support over this glitch, because it doesn't prevent me playing the game, but it is odd and unique in my experience of BF Games and so perhaps worthy of a mention. Personally, I like both types, so I was ok with the change. Might have reformed me as I enjoyed reading through the journal. Caught up in a town of some unspoken mystery, horror and Lovers of both adventure style and hidden object games are in for a special treat as there's plenty of challenging fun for all. I tried to play the demo of Nightfall Mysteries: Curse of the Opera but I can't get any further than the start screen were I have to put my name in it. The hints recharge ridiculously fast, too. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by planetankh from Great Game.

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Noghtfall game has the right balance for me. The story is interesting though a bit morbid to my liking, but not too gruesome : Definitely recommend buying this game. I don't want to give anything away, but there are a couple elements to the ending of the game that don't fit in with the first game's story. Don't understand the negative reviews. I really like the voice acting in this series and actually enjoy listening to the characters speak. It is of a good length, kept me going for hours. The puzzles are easy to moderate in difficulty and have a skip button, which charges very quickly. The hints recharge ridiculously fast, too. If Bob the Builder - Can Do Zoo like HOGs, John and Marys Memories it! One thing I was really, really happy about was that they kept the voice actors from the first game bravo! The really odd thing is that once the game is open I can set the resolution back Nightfall Mysteries: Curse of the Opera x and the game Mysteries perfectly well and I can see the whole window, although it Nightall fill the screen. Don't get me wrong - I prefer the format of the first game and am glad the developers returned to it for the third in the series. Plot ties in pretty well Opear first game. But I like adventure too. Very little hand holding.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by vjones from Great story I loved the game, best of all it had a great story that made you want to keep playing to see what would happen next. Personally, I like both types, so I was ok with the change. If you like HOGs, try it! Don't get me wrong - I prefer the format of the first game and am glad the developers returned to it for the third in the series. Very little hand holding. Definitely a must have! Looking for a great game? I already updated my stuffit expander, my computer is a 1. The game demands that I reset the screen resolution to x and refuses to open until I have done that. I usually hate voice acting and could do without because it's just terrible. And yes, the game is definitely on the easy side. Anyway, I guess the point I'm driving at is that, overall, I think this game is a fun, unique entry to the series that deserves more praise than it gets. Storyline is so intricately and masterfully written; gamers are certain a vampire or other evil entity is going to rush out at any time to strike you, the stagehand of a travelling and successful opera troupe.

Date published: Caught up in a town of some unspoken mystery, horror and Lovers of both adventure style and hidden object games Mysteriies: in for a special treat as there's plenty of challenging fun for all. Personally, I like both types, so I was ok with the change. Some had me scratching my head but worked them out eventually. Never ever read journals but Sparkle Unleashed one insisted i did so to figure some puzzles out. The buttons on the Nightfll side are not visible, I can by random clicking acces the credits, but the play area stays black. They were very well done and the puzzle Farm Frenzy: Gone Fishing great.


Anyone else had a similar experience? That said, it was just a little annoying as the game itself was brilliant. Never had any problems with games before. Rated 5 out of 5 by roundcanary from The Mystery of the Opera The beginning of the game just pull you in. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by eedebeep from Best game of the series. I don't want to give anything away, but there are a couple elements to the ending of the game that don't fit in with the first game's story. This game has the right balance for me. The characters are well drawn and the voice-overs even sound good. My second complaint is that the story didn't entirely mesh with the first game. I'm off to play part 3. When I reset the resolution and open the game, the lower section of the window is missing meaning I can't see the "Credits" or Exit" buttons. Don't get me wrong - I prefer the format of the first game and am glad the developers returned to it for the third in the series. I love the characters.

Very little hand holding. I'm off to play part 3. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by eedebeep from Best game of the series. Hint button is helpful for the hidden object scenes and the journal only will give gamers clues to follow but that's it. Never ever read journals but this one insisted i did so to figure some puzzles out. In case it's significant, I'm using an iMac G5 with You are confined to a relatively small amount of screens, so if you do get lost, backtracking is a cinch. The puzzles are easy to moderate in difficulty and have a skip button, which charges very quickly. For me, it was one of the few games I've played in the likes of Mystery Files: Ravenhurst. That said, it was just a little annoying as the game itself was brilliant. More of an annoyance than a serious problem I suppose. Games are moderately challenging. Here's the thing: if you don't like HOS, then you won't like this game. The music, too, is beautiful and very well-suited to the atmosphere of the game.

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5 thoughts on “Nightfall Mysteries: Curse of the Opera

  1. I already updated my stuffit expander, my computer is a 1. The characters are well drawn and the voice-overs even sound good. But I like adventure too. You are confined to a relatively small amount of screens, so if you do get lost, backtracking is a cinch.

  2. That having been said, I personally liked the ending and thought it provided another level of insight into the characters and how they came to be where they are. But I like adventure too. Caught up in a town of some unspoken mystery, horror and Lovers of both adventure style and hidden object games are in for a special treat as there's plenty of challenging fun for all.

  3. The characters are well drawn and the voice-overs even sound good. And yes, the game is definitely on the easy side. Probably not for kids. The story is interesting though a bit morbid to my liking, but not too gruesome : Definitely recommend buying this game.

  4. You might like it. Looking for a great game? Rhovannion wrote: I haven't contacted tech support over this glitch, because it doesn't prevent me playing the game, but it is odd and unique in my experience of BF Games and so perhaps worthy of a mention. The game demands that I reset the screen resolution to x and refuses to open until I have done that. Lot's of Hidden Object Scenes, puzzles and a few little spooks along the way.

  5. He told it different to how it was told in Asylum Conspiracy. And yes, the game is definitely on the easy side. Games are moderately challenging.

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