Dark Dimensions: Vengeful Beauty Collector's Edition
Daily Magic Productions have recently released a new addition to the Dark Dimensions series. Dark Dimensions: Vengeful Beauty Collector's Edition is a neat hidden object puzzle adventure game with a lot of supernatural sci-fi drama going on. It is beautiful and interesting and it challenges you to rescue your friend and yourself.
The game's graphics are beautiful and whimsical.
You set off on a bike ride with two other friends in one of the national parks. The park is beautiful as most of them are, but you are not there just for a ride - you are looking for your friend who had disappeared there earlier. She was studying the local flora when that happened.
Things get even worse when you are attacked by a vine and separated from your friends. Now you are trapped in this park and need to fix your injuries and find a way out. Despite the sad turn of events, you begin to have some ideas about what's going in this park.
The game's graphics are beautiful and whimsical. You are going to find yourself in many floral scenes with a pinch of magical details for all the other dimensional presence. The game is not dark and creepy and will be great for younger players.
Having started the game, you get a map that can transport you where you need. There are four modes of difficulty that you can adjust to your liking: Casual, Advanced, Hard, and Custom. Hints and skips can be adjusted from 1 to 100 seconds.
The hidden object scenes are quite a big part of the game. Some of them are simpler, others are more creative and complicated. If you don't like them at all, you can switch to a match three game instead.
The puzzles come in a good variety, but their difficulty level, unfortunately, stays pretty much the same. Most of them are easy to finish. You get to search for morphing objects which are lab equipment for your future lab. There are also collectibles and achievements. At the end, you get all the usual media extras.
It is a good sci-fi HOPA game that will appeal to many!
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