Dark Dimensions: Blade Master

Daily Magic proudly presents the next installment of the Dark Dimensions series! It's your one year anniversary. What starts as a fun show to celebrate the occasion quickly takes a deadly turn. Only you can save the town of New Auburn from the Dark Dimensions. Can you uncover the mystery of the Blade Master before it's too late? Find out in this gripping hidden object puzzle adventure!

The voices got very quiet at the same time. The graphics are absolutely stunning — appropriately dark and gorgeously-colored. Slat puzzle. You will need to use arrows to rotate them into position. Rating: 2 G. I hate slider puzzles. All I can say is to all the people like me with all these hundreds of games is Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by lbtgam from Really didn't care for it! I bought many games when they went on sale even if I did NOT like the demo. The Hidden Object Scenes are decent, but nothing to write home about. Matching and assembly. The game is fairly basic with only one collectible and no achievements which is rather unusual. I would have given it a 1 star but I don't use the word "hate".

Custom level: where you can skip in one second. However, all of the sequels after that turned the series into just another dark fantasy HOPA series, and isn't there already plenty of that in the market? You use one of the scenes twice. Your husband is one of the Blade Master's victims, and as he lay on the stage, mortally wounded, it becomes all too clear that the knives have peen laced with a deadly poison. There are scenes where you find Multiples of items, Progressive and Interactive listed item finds and Multi-layered scenes, some of which have a puzzle such as clicking on two broken board halves that belong together. Now I hate it and I won't buy another game of this: what we have here is just another meaningless "walk forward" game. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by crisgori from The end of a wonderful series I used to love the Dark Dimension series. The voices got very quiet at the same time. I was actually surprised at how well hidden a few of those knives were. I was actually surprised at how well hidden a few of those knives were. I liked most of them after I got past the demo. Besides, Dark Dimensions: Blade Master is just a very short game. The HOS are fine with me.

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Dark Dimensions: Blade Master (Part 11): Stopping the Blade Master

Mini games are mostly easy, but there were a few challenging ones. I would recommend this game. Anyhow, it is difficult to disregard the fact that given the insane number of instances where knives are thrown right at the heroine, she manages to miraculously dodge them every single time. The other HOP scenes in the demo include a multiple-step one with a list of one type of item to locate followed by a list of items, and the other is a list of items to locate which is very interactive and which also contains a mini-game. Click here to go to our help pages or to contact our Customer Support team instead. All of the puzzles after the demo are well-done as well. However, if I had to choose a favorite in the demo it would be the assembly puzzle in which you must rotate and place pieces of a mask which is in the center, as a target. I bet I didn't last 30 minutes before I couldn't take the boredom, the silly, slow, awkward and annoying dialog. Your husband is one of the Blade Master's victims, and as he lay on the stage, mortally wounded, it becomes all too clear that the knives have peen laced with a deadly poison. Hey, you can't win them all I was wrong! Real dumb storyline Each knife is used to open gates and various locks that are meant to deter you from following him as he attempts to flee.

6 thoughts on “Dark Dimensions: Blade Master

  1. In the demo they include an assembly puzzle, a lock puzzle which is more of a tricky matching puzzle, a sequence puzzle, also a little tricky, and another matching puzzle. But, the bonus is too short and didn't really add anything to the game. Interactive and puzzle-like G.

  2. At the same time, you will need to stop the Blade Master from opening up the Dark Dimensions. Return to the same scene. Violence is definitely not we usually see in casual games, so we are kind of glad to see Daily Magic taking the risks and freshen up the genre.

  3. I thought I was going to throw away my 3 bucks on this one I wish they would change that. Rating: 2 G. I liked most of them after I got past the demo. In the demo they include an assembly puzzle, a lock puzzle which is more of a tricky matching puzzle, a sequence puzzle, also a little tricky, and another matching puzzle.

  4. They will shine if placed correctly. Very creative Rating: 2 B. You will need to chase down the Blade Master and get the antidote to save your husband.

  5. Anyhow, it is difficult to disregard the fact that given the insane number of instances where knives are thrown right at the heroine, she manages to miraculously dodge them every single time. At the end of the day, Dark Dimensions: Blade Master is just another game on the long list of dark fantasy titles. The Hidden Object Scenes are decent, but nothing to write home about. Like I have always said, if in doubt, wait for a sale and take a chance.

  6. The main game took us just a little over three hours to complete, and the bonus chapter took us another 40 minutes — on the easiest mode of difficulty. Match up pieces of knives with 8 knives C. Doesn't really make me want to buy it if I can get through the demo that fast. However, all of the sequels after that turned the series into just another dark fantasy HOPA series, and isn't there already plenty of that in the market?

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