Nightmares from the Deep: The Siren`s Call is the sequel of the smash hit Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart. It is an epic adventure story with an exciting plot, outstanding puzzles, and unforeseeable depths of twists and turns. When Sarah Black, the curator of the Caribbean Naval Museum, receives a package from a mysterious messenger, she is unwittingly drawn into an ancient conflict. Moments after she opens the package to reveal an artifact, assailants descend on the museum and rob her of it. She can hardly believe that this is the beginning of a new nightmare from the deep! After blacking out in the museum, Sarah finds herself on the shores of Kingsmouth, a forgotten fishing town with an incredible secret. The would-be messenger reveals the sad truth: he and the rest of the town’s denizens are suffering from a curse that is gradually turning them into aquatic creatures. A curse that was cast by two powerful beings: the mayor, Murray, and the sea-devil: Davy Jones. 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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You pass out again and wake aboard a small boat that lands at a dock on Jewel Quest II island. They had a nautical theme in keeping with the story so they tthe in well with the game. The HOS are the 'very interactive' variety - get this, use it there, find these, do this with them, eventually you reach the end and get your object. Greed be making you turn fishy, matey! Unequivocal recommendation. Nightmares from the Deep: The Sirens Call Collectors Edition hidden object scenes have a few unique mechanics that make the puzzles more reliant on logical thinking than visual acuity. That and the misclick penalty - It goes with the nautical theme, but seasickness isn't my thing. And the SE is just as good, but like I said the bonus chapter is worth having. The bonus chapter took me a bit over an thd. Luckily the game itself qualifies for an awesome game. The former pirate captain, Abraham Murray, had become the Mayor and desired to Adelantado Trilogy: Book One to the pirate ways so he struck a deal with Davy Jones who provided him with a way to Spongebob Diner Dash 2 a siren mermaid from which he stole Colledtors power over a kraken-a giant octopus, and is using it to wreck ships so his men, now called praetorians, can kill the survivors and loot the cargo. They seem to not be created by the same developers. Now for the main game: I played on expert, the highest of three difficulty levels can be changed in game. There was a lot of back and forth among the same locations, but the map allowed you to jump to the next active location, so the frustration potential was reduced. They went with a very simple tileset simpler than in the last title and still auto-shuffle, so no real thought or planning required.
Some scenes will have Sub-scenes with puzzles of their own that need to be solved, often introducing new items to find, or presenting even more puzzles to complete before the hidden object scene has ended and giving you a final object to inventory. They didn't call this Siren's Song for nothing. If you own their previous game in the series, it will help you much better to understand the background story. In one of the display cases, an object begins to vibrate and breaks the glass of the case. According to the legend, Davy Jones uses a different dwarf and chest for each of his deals so this one is different in appearance from the one in the other game which I found to be better presented and animated then in this episode. Because of the curse by Davy Jones, all of the citizens of Kingsmouth became fish men with the Mayor looking remarkably like a shark. The power over the kraken was contained in a golden octopus statue wielded by the Mayor. One of the intruders throws a smoke bomb that renders you unconscious and takes the statue. The bonus contents are the usual ones, nothing new and special. The music: Play with your sound on! Or you can do the mahjong. I am always a little disappointed with most Bonus Chapters. The puzzles and mini-games were relatively easy although a few of them were definitely challenging. Now for the main game: I played on expert, the highest of three difficulty levels can be changed in game. You take the object and find it fits the recess opening the box.
Some puzzles trigger smaller interactive scenes, such as using fromm hose where you actually have to move the stream around to extinguish the fire, adding more flavor and involvement with scenes than usual which is a nice touch. They didn't call this Siren's Song for nothing. Luckily the game itself qualifies for an awesome game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by eponym from Fun! Or you can do the mahjong. The action is relatively fast-paced, more so that you would expect from Mystery Case Files: The Revenants Hunt Collectors Edition classic hidden object game. POC game with a twist, if you will. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by hermitcave from Fish men? But Pirates Plunder me matey, Davy Jones be taking an interest in ye for this be the second time you've put ye nose in his business.
Greed be making you turn fishy, matey! Bravo to this game. Rated 5 out of 5 by Bumbles2 from Not a fish tale that's for sure!!! When you revive, the courier remarks that he has failed and you both need to leave quickly. Evil Mayor? HO and puzzles are the easy type, even for me as a beginner. The former pirate captain, Abraham Murray, had become the Mayor and desired to return to the pirate ways so he struck a deal with Davy Jones who provided him with a way to trap a siren mermaid from which he stole her power over a kraken-a giant octopus, and is using it to wreck ships so his men, now called praetorians, can kill the survivors and loot the cargo. I still don't understand why games are designed with all this back and forth; I just feel like it is busy work. I thought there were more in the bonus chapter than the other chapters of the story. The story starts off strong and gets you caring about the characters. One of the intruders throws a smoke bomb that renders you unconscious and takes the statue. Voice overs were good, too. Directional Hint, lockable inventory, well written journal and just general UI and game mechanics goodness. They seem to not be created by the same developers. Or you can do the mahjong.
I didn't have to turn it down Murray, and a good samariton fisherman wants your help to rertreive the Golden Octopus which Mayor Murray stole from Colliepe There were enough to keep it fun. Im so glad to see something unique. And the SE is just as good, but like I said the bonus chapter is worth having. As in the first game, the curse of Davy Jones is contained by a dwarf with a chest that requires 12 coins [in this case fish coins] that give a little of the story as each coin is presented and will only open after all 12 coins are inserted along with a giant pearl. The game is worth it. The bonus chapter is as well done as the main game and continues the story from the ending of the main game where most of the citizens of Kingsmouth are changing back to human form. I rarely used the hint button and I don't think I referred to the strategy guide at all. I get why they do that you have to 'play' the game in reverse to build a for certain winnable level, and that can take time, especially on mobile platforms. This was an enjoyable game that will provide a few hours fun and diversion. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by smilingsun72 from Arrgggg!I had time to enjoy the story, which was quite absorbing, without being ridiculous, and getting from scene to scene was a walk in the park with the introduction, in this second of the games, of an interactive map, which, as with all three episodes, gives the ultimate clue as to where you should be looking at any given time. I don't give five star reviews often. Full of action and adventure, a nice game even if you don't like pirates! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mouser from All that and a side of calamari! In one of the display cases, an object begins to vibrate and breaks the glass of the case. There were actually more hidden object scenes in the bonus chapter than in the main game. It is a hidden object game that stands out because of the high quality of its storytelling, cutscenes, graphics and animations, as well as its well-designed puzzles that offer plenty of variety. Achievements, from basic gameplay to 'Do a mahjong level in a minute'. You need to find and save the siren, stop the Mayor's use of the golden octopus statue that controls the kraken, and break Davy Jones' curse on Kingsmouth by opening the dwarf's chest and restoring the siren's magic seashell. Or you can do the mahjong. There was a lot of back and forth among the same locations, but the map allowed you to jump to the next active location, so the frustration potential was reduced. The map is a 'jump' map, and the diary fills up with useful information and tasks, crossing off the titles of the sections you've completed. HO and puzzles are the easy type, even for me as a beginner. The power over the kraken was contained in a golden octopus statue wielded by the Mayor. First up, the CE stuff or "Why should I play double for this game?