Silent Nights: Childrens Orchestra Collectors Edition

From Dark Blue Games, creators of Silent Nights: The Pianist, comes another unique and thrilling musical tale! You rose from the ashes of a family tragedy to become a famous French soprano. Now your daughters are following in your musical footsteps, and you couldn't be more proud. But on the night of a prestigious concert in Italy, a fire breaks out, and a mysterious masked man leads your children away! Follow a trail of secrets and deception to find the masked man and save your daughters before they fall victim to a dangerous experiment. You'll need all your talent to decipher clues and solve complex puzzles in this exciting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! 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:

There is also a noticeable delay between scenes. The graphics were okay. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by eponym from Good use of a free game coupon The game had it's good moments. Specifically, the puzzles and mini-games which I love were different and very challenging. So not a bad game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by AngelFire from Interesting twist Fun game, I liked that the story was a little different. This was not the best thought out storyline. I did like some of the puzzles but there were also some old old ones.. Like I said old school. Normal game play time: a little over 2 hours to complete [in the casual mode]. While the graphics weren't as crisp as some others, this wasn't a deal-breaker for me. This is repeated over to help you to progress don't worry, it's not too hard. Levels: Casual, Advanced, Hard - no Custom. That drove me nuts!

The drawing was a little grainy in style. The graphics were okay. Chapters: There are 6 chapters and a Bonus Game, as I haven't finished the game the 3 chapters I played were of a decent length. A nice touch by the developers has a scene change from day to night as time passes. It did offer a few good puzzles and some not bad HO scenes but I would not recommend it unless you have a free coupon or a really good sale. Puzzles and mini-games were a nice twist, none were very difficult but every one fit nicely into the arts-and-music theme of the story. HOS - all were interactive. She then used it once in the same scene and we never saw it again! The map and access to inventory really went a long way to help make this an enjoyable experience. I will be in attendance when this orchestra plays. But it's definitely a keeper! There is violin music, but the worst is some bad opera singer doing vocalizations in the background.

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by AngelFire from Interesting twist Fun game, I liked that the story was a little different. You stare at a picture of them while you hear what they have to stay. However, it wasn't so bad that it interfered with the HO scenes. The graphics were okay. Date published: Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by krystal59 from old school this game might have made the cut seven or eight years ago but not today. It was a nice looooong game; it's a good thing the map was there as I couldn't remember all the different scenes. The drawing was a little grainy in style. They are very clear. It is a long game and it is the third time I have played it, so far. The puzzles are challenging and I enjoyed the hidden object scenes which are not just scattered about items. In my opinion - this was a fairly relaxing game and exciting in places, although it had it's moments of confusion but then it could have been me as I was meant to be working so rushed through it. There's plenty of detail in the surroundings, but I thought it was somewhat lacking in the faces of the other characters.

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Hints were unnecessary but the skip button was a boon when the timed pipe puzzles appeared. That I found Zumas Revenge annoying. After the fire on the stage the mother who did not sound distraught over the loss of her 2 children picked up an object from her handbag saying something along the lines of "I never leave home without my tuning fork"! The hint button is very helpful, but it still leaves me some game play. Mini-Games and Puzzles - There are a lot of them Sparkle Unleashed is something I really like no matter how hard they are - I have spent hours doing some puzzles as I do not like being beaten! The drawing was a little grainy in style. The story is forgettable, but the background story opens up when you collect enough decryption items to open up the diary. Good music, too. That drove me nuts! Levels: Casual, Advanced, Hard - no Custom. The puzzles are challenging and I enjoyed the hidden object scenes which are not just scattered about items. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by AngelFire from Interesting twist Fun game, I liked that the story was Silent Nights: Childrens Orchestra Collectors Edition little different. There's plenty of detail in the surroundings, but I thought it was somewhat lacking in the faces of the other characters. Also, why did the two little girls look The Mysterious Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde linebackers?

So not a bad game. Like I said old school. It's relatively easy and straight forward no high colored computer graphics no panning in and out of the camera no high tech gizmos and gadgets just a fun straight forward game just the way I like them. The little nit-picky things that I've said shouldn't hold you back from getting this one. Good music, too. One thing that you will do as a musician is transcribe music into written form. Chapters: There are 6 chapters and a Bonus Game, as I haven't finished the game the 3 chapters I played were of a decent length. I would never have purchased however, it were it not for the coupon. The re-play value would be marginal. One would only want to play this a couple of times a year. Puzzles and mini-games were a nice twist, none were very difficult but every one fit nicely into the arts-and-music theme of the story. In somewhat of a paradox, though you play the girls' mother who is also a musician , you perform a lot of non-musician, dare I say non-feminine tasks. The HO weren't too cluttered, the puzzles were fun and challenging and it keeps a steady pace through to the end. That I found too annoying.

Lots of inventory objects and the HO's were find this and use it to GabCab that. Please do not dismiss a game after only hCildrens of play, finish the demo and then think about it. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Legendary Mahjong from Great fun!!!! That I found too annoying. A mother's children are. I enjoyed this game very much.


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11 thoughts on “Silent Nights: Childrens Orchestra Collectors Edition

  1. Rated 5 out of 5 by MAG57 from replayable I have owned this game for a long time. I did like some of the puzzles but there were also some old old ones.. Let's cross our fingers for something more polished for the third installment. The re-play value would be marginal.

  2. For me it pays to have 9 grand-monsters with an age range of 4 to 18 years who help me work it out a little tip for any Grandmas out there, the year olds are the best to ask. But I must say that for me.. Been there, seen this, played it many times in various forms. So you should probably turn it down in the Options menu.

  3. But it's definitely a keeper! Nothing stunningly beautiful but okay. We all have different systems so we all get different start-up systems.

  4. You have to use other objects to obtain items. The SAME old storyline.. Puzzles and mini-games were a nice twist, none were very difficult but every one fit nicely into the arts-and-music theme of the story. I miss good games like this. Let's cross our fingers for something more polished for the third installment.

  5. I had to skip a couple of them, and I hate doing that. The hint button is very helpful, but it still leaves me some game play. It was a nice looooong game; it's a good thing the map was there as I couldn't remember all the different scenes. One thing that you will do as a musician is transcribe music into written form. HOS - all were interactive.

  6. Chapters: There are 6 chapters and a Bonus Game, as I haven't finished the game the 3 chapters I played were of a decent length. Good music, too. There is a jump map, a journal and three fixed difficulty levels. Rated 5 out of 5 by MAG57 from replayable I have owned this game for a long time. Game Play - logical but there are a few scenes that are a bit obscure.

  7. Yes, I highly recommend this game. Voices were mostly good except for the masked man's who was not frightening enough for my tastes. There were some extra details like finding three dragon pieces that told you some background and writing down musical notes to open various safes and things.

  8. Normal game play time: a little over 2 hours to complete [in the casual mode]. Game Play - logical but there are a few scenes that are a bit obscure. But it's definitely a keeper! So you should probably turn it down in the Options menu.

  9. I did like some of the puzzles but there were also some old old ones.. Nice music, clear nicely done if not a tad bit older looking graphics that are so much easier on my eyes then a lot of the overdone, overly bright colored graphics of the newer games. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by AngelFire from Interesting twist Fun game, I liked that the story was a little different.

  10. I had to skip a couple of them, and I hate doing that. For me it pays to have 9 grand-monsters with an age range of 4 to 18 years who help me work it out a little tip for any Grandmas out there, the year olds are the best to ask. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by krystal59 from old school this game might have made the cut seven or eight years ago but not today. Puzzles and mini-games were a nice twist, none were very difficult but every one fit nicely into the arts-and-music theme of the story. Some of the cut scenes are downright poor.

  11. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ninja from Good game with so-so graphics This is a fun game, with good game flow, not too hard puzzles and HOS, but graphics are so-so. Graphics are a bit on the grainy side. Hidden objects scenes are infrequent as this game presents more puzzles than HO's Types encountered were simple list with interaction, put back in place, and progressive.

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