Brink of Consciousness: Dorian Gray Syndrome Collectors Edition

Help Sam Wilde rescue his love Anna in Brink of Consciousness: Dorian Gray Syndrome, an incredible Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! Sam’s every move is being tracked so he has to be extra careful. Putting his journalistic talents to the test, Sam must find the maniac who has kidnapped Anna, and stop him before it’s too late. Explore gorgeous locations and solve tricky puzzles in Brink of Consciousness: Dorian Gray Syndrome! This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card! The Collector’s Edition includes:

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It is still one of the best Hidden Object Games in ! I enjoyed it immensely! Dorlan be nice if you could click on the map to go to a room. The HO scenes were challenging, but in Deadly Sin 2: Shining Faith the right ways. A psychopath has been kidnapping young, beautiful people who are all presumed dead. The puzzles while a bit challenging are not so difficult to make the Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist frustrating. I would like to know who designed this and want to buy more of games designed by this team. The flow of the game was excellent. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by glucophage Cohsciousness: Which will roll first, the credits or your head? I cant contain my excitement, I just hope this isn't a fluke and others will follow by example My only complaint is that some of them Dorixn a little Collectorrs in the pop up window and difficult to see. It's a long game. The puzzles and HOS's are very well done and fun. The game is massive, huge! The bonus chapter is a sequel.

The Collector's Edition is worth the cost as the Guide helps with some of the clues; some of the objects or steps can be obscure and hard to locate. He quickly makes the connection that a mental health patient on the lam is the prime suspect of these disappearances. Thank BFG for a great "Christmas present" game. The game locations are immense. I look forward to your future games. You definitely get value, lots of HOS, twists and turns music OK and if voice gets on your nerves you can silence him!! There aren't a whole lot of HOS but they are very well done with several items requiring some type of interaction. This is the future of HOGging. This is quite annoying, and I'm developing a defeatist attitude about it. The only complaint would be that there's a lot of backtracking. I enjoyed it immensely! The cut scenes are also well done.

This Collectors Edition includes a bonus game, concept art, strategy guide and an interview with the developers, enjoy! It really adds to the intrigue and keeps you motivated. The HO scenes are fantastic and easy enough to find with the added element of having to complete tasks to find certain objects. I love Hidden Object Games and this one is the best one I have played by far!!! But several times so far, I've gotten stumped and the hints, map, nor journal for taking notes have helped me. Amazing acting that makes Cute Knight game both creepy and exciting. I cant contain my excitement, I just hope this isn't a fluke and others will follow by example


The visuals of this game were fantastic. I guess this bothers me so much because I was really enjoying the game at the beginning, but now I don't even know if I want to finish it because I'll be daggone if I keep asking my mom for help. The puzzles and HOS's are very well done and fun. The puzzles varied from very fun to very frustrating - depending on the level of difficulty you prefer. This was one of my free games. The bonus chapter is a sequel. The puzzles while a bit challenging are not so difficult to make the game frustrating. Sam Wilder is a journalist that has been investigating the disappearance of several young kids in the neighborhood as his latest assignment. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Sokalfan from Perfect! Very enjoyable game. The storyline is fantastic. My mom has had to save me both times, and now I'm stuck again a third I'm over 21 by the way, she's gotten me started on these types of games, but clearly she's better lol.

I was stunned to see the game is only MB in size, considering the expansive gameplay, and even a 10 minute video interview with the Devs in the bonus extras! I did need help with a couple of puzzles but I expect I could've figured them out if I'd been patient enough. I could have used the Strategy Guide. It is adventuring! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Eveoflove from Aging very well since Review based on completed CE. A recent game with " doors" in the title is very apt here, if not even more so. Date published: I don't think there will be a sequel judging from the surprise ending. The hints could be like the last similar game, where the arrow points to where you should go next, instead of the hint just saying "there's nothing to do here" because usually, I'm in an area that has something that needs to be done but I need a clue on where else to go to complete the element! There, you discover the fate of the missing residents I'll keep things relatively straightforward and without story spoilers: STORY: Sam's girlfriend, Anna, has been kidnapped by a psychologically disturbed individual, Oscar, and taken to the Goldvale domain. Some of the puzzles and mini games were quite challenging. To me, a solid 5 out of 5.

This is quite annoying, and I'm developing a defeatist attitude about it. Date published: The mansion is full of locked doors, secret hiding places and obstacles to overcome, but most of all the rooms are full of cameras and speakers watching Sam's every move and staying one step ahead. I enjoyed it much more than the latest MCF game! It is adventuring! The killer taunts Sam as he appears and disappears hidden behind a strange mask. It didn't bother me as bad until the bonus chapter, when I finally had to turn down the sound effects volume because it was getting on my nerves. I love Hidden Object Games and this one is the best one I have played by far!!! Puzzles are a challenge which makes it a lot of fun. But several times so far, I've gotten stumped and the hints, map, nor journal for taking notes have helped me. I did need help with a couple of puzzles but I expect I could've figured them out if I'd been patient enough. The man Sam believes is responsible suffers from Dorian Gray Syndrome, he was abused by his father as a boy and as a result has been obsessed with his lost youth, obsessed with aging and obsessed with the anti-hero Dorian Gray. He quickly makes the connection that a mental health patient on the lam is the prime suspect of these disappearances. The villain taunts you as you go through the game and it is excellent acting as opposed to silly like many games you may have played. The cut scenes are also well done.

3 thoughts on “Brink of Consciousness: Dorian Gray Syndrome Collectors Edition

  1. The regular gameplay finishes the story off nicely, but the bonus game was a real surprise! Each location is so very detailed - very impressive. I guess this bothers me so much because I was really enjoying the game at the beginning, but now I don't even know if I want to finish it because I'll be daggone if I keep asking my mom for help.

  2. The HO scenes are fantastic and easy enough to find with the added element of having to complete tasks to find certain objects. Very enjoyable game. To me, a solid 5 out of 5. The bonus chapter is a sequel. A recent game with " doors" in the title is very apt here, if not even more so.

  3. He quickly makes the connection that a mental health patient on the lam is the prime suspect of these disappearances. This is the first time in a very long time that I was sad to see a game end. Very long, which is good I guess depending on your taste. The HO scenes were challenging, but in all the right ways.

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