Fright Chasers: Dark Exposure Collectors Edition

Be the first to play this exciting new supernatural thriller from Mad Head Games! It’s time to write a new post for Fright Chasers! You arrive to the Kilbourn Observatory with your photographer to investigate a string of strange reports. Things quickly take a turn for the bizarre when she’s affected by an otherworldly force! Can you save her before it’s too late?! Find out in this spine-tingling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!


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I had to do this to or that to get the list. Of course, no one ever dies and you always win the requisite battle at the end because its so easy. Ryan and Anne were said to have created a device that would open a door to another universe but maybe that is not such a good thing. You must battle whatever forces are in that house to free your friend. If you're not tired of ghosts and such, you might just enjoy it. With an unexpected revelation at the end of the demo, the story changes drastically. This happy scientific duo had so much in common and were both working on a project to open the door to an alternate universe. All in all a very disappointing offering. Maze puzzles. Hello friends! I can't tell you anymore about that cause it would be a spoiler. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by katiesue58 from Demo only This time we have a 5 Star Rio Resort that when fitted Fright Chasers: Dark Exposure Collectors Edition a special lens will allow us to see the spirit world. It played smooth, I mostly knew what to do. The game flowed quite well and is very easy to follow.

It is a bit tricky and lots of fun to figure out the right combination. Hence the low rating. Same graphics, they stand room for improvement because at times they are blurry and cartoonish in nature, it's hard to feel scared when they remind me of a Saturday morning cartoon! Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by crusades from does BFG pass on feedback to the devs?? No time for a technical writer to give it a glance? These days I start the new game and think "yes, they gutted this from a different game and just changed the content". I loved the environments which were all normal every day looking places, which is my personal preference and what we find far too few of in the hidden object genre. Yes, we had a supernatural camera lens to hunt down "light balls" in order to talk to the ghost The story is good, the graphics are great and I really like that you build items in the HO scenes that are needed in the plot. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by Pilot1 from Nope, didn't scare me! There are a couple of scenes in which you locate runes. Same graphics, they stand room for improvement because at times they are blurry and cartoonish in nature, it's hard to feel scared when they remind me of a Saturday morning cartoon! Your tools include a transporter type map and, hold your breath — wait for it.

I'm hoping the next game by this dev Fright Chasers: Dark Exposure Collectors Edition be better because they have a good track record. I have few complaints about this game; however, I wish I could replay some of Chasdrs: puzzles within this game. So many great ones. I don't know. Not long after the accident Ryan went missing and it is as if he vanished from the face of the earth. Of course, what would any current game would not Virtual Families 2 some runes? Puzzles were too easy, as was pretty much the whole game, but the graphics and sounds almost made up for this. I missed a lot of what was going on, because of this. The remaining extras are the standard fluff but for new gamers the in-game strategy guide is always Edifion benefit. This was a cute little game. The Strategy Guide, of course, tells you where they Sinbad: In search of Magic Ginger. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by campingramps from Another ho hum game to add to my play list Starts out pretty much as a game with potential but that is where it ends. The story was told throughout so you never lost sight of what was happening and Laruaville 9. You see plenty of videos which reduce game play time but increase game length time unless you skip them. And, the adventure goes on from there with a dead wife and a friend floating in mid-air, and this really cool camera


Yes, we have a jump map, but it is very bland and boring and detracts from the rest of the game. Yes, the game will be a buy for me. I loved it so much I'm replaying it again today! Collect 29 Mad Head signature symbol. Is your mind playing tricks on you or is the observatory really haunted? There are not a lot of HOPs or puzzles in this one, at least not during the demo, hopefully it picks up a bit as we go along. Graphics are on the plus side and animation is decent however the characters are rather lame and have no real emotion to match the scene. The remaining extras are the standard fluff but for new gamers the in-game strategy guide is always a benefit. Move 4 each of 4 different types of tokens so that there are no more than one of each for each row and column. I fear they have fallen into the eipix trap, where they are pressured to create a new game each month, sometimes multiple games a month. Before you can find a way inside it's complicated your partner Lisa becomes a victim of something supernatural, or at least astrophysical. That being said the game theme became much different than I originally hoped it would be. MadHead always has great voiceovers and great music.

These days I start the new game and think "yes, they gutted this from a different game and just changed the content". You and a friend are exploring the now vacant but once acclaimed Kilbourn Observatory. I felt a bit let down by this new series intro, because it's anything but Frightening! Yes, we had a supernatural camera lens to hunt down "light balls" in order to talk to the ghost Great job on that. There are lots of sliding panels, you have something you have to move around to find objects or runes. This one is no different. I didn't find it to be a frightening game to play, about average in that sense, so don't be put off by the title if you are trying to avoid graphic violence in your games. Not only are there a lot of puzzles but some are different and some are challenging. Maneuver settings to fly a drone to its location behind a rock. I'm hoping the next game by this dev will be better because they have a good track record. However, when needed it did show where there were things to be done and would transport. I have a cell phone for reference, and a drone as my helper. One thing's for sure, ghosts really do exist, and Lisa will have plenty of things to blog about, if she makes it out alive! Unfortunately, we have another evil that is taking control and I am really over that theme.

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I'm hoping the next game by this dev will be better because they have a good track record. I found this game to be very good with some great gameplay moments. I don't know how I missed this game when it first came out but I'm so glad I finally found it!! However, when needed it did show where there were things to be done and would transport. I found this to be an interesting story, even though we still had ghosts to deal with. This happy scientific duo had so much in common and were both working on a project to open the door to an alternate universe. The Bonus Chapter has Billy returning to do something for the girls. This game will appeal to sci-fi fans out there. I have addressed this with Mad Head and hope in future games they will make this option available. As it turns out The Hidden Object Scenes actually do a decent job of trying to keep them relevant. Collectibles were nice, even though we had the standard symbol that this Dev uses in all their games. Other than a little blur in the close up scenes, which seem to be a norm these days, the graphics are very nice and clear.

13 thoughts on “Fright Chasers: Dark Exposure Collectors Edition

  1. These days I start the new game and think "yes, they gutted this from a different game and just changed the content". I almost liked every puzzle. They are in almost all games now. However — be warned - once you open that portal, you have no idea what will be lurking on the other side.

  2. The graphics are okay; HO sequences nothing very innovative or even appealing; sounds, again, just okay. MadHead always has great voiceovers and great music. Still, it was not hard to follow and you are constantly on the move. The scenes are very clean and items were not difficult to find.

  3. You see plenty of videos which reduce game play time but increase game length time unless you skip them. You and a friend are exploring the now vacant but once acclaimed Kilbourn Observatory. There are a couple of scenes in which you locate runes. One thing's for sure, ghosts really do exist, and Lisa will have plenty of things to blog about, if she makes it out alive!

  4. In spite of all the fails in this game, there are some good parts, or should I say better parts so I can't completely nix the whole thing. It's about the boy scouts. As always, I review mostly on the game play and leave the story to others to review.

  5. This dev has had some great games; this is not one of them. Ye old Evolution of Man puzzle. Hello friends! You and your friend Lisa are off to the Kilbourn Observatory in Fell Oaks to investigate a mysterious story concerning a famous astronomer, Ryan, and his wife, Anne.

  6. Took forever to get out of the house. The rest fit me fine. Find 17 Morphs in the Hops. What I did find was another trite, banal, boring episode of find the lighter, light the fire; find a code, open a combination lock; and on, and on and, boringly, more of the same. It's about the boy scouts.

  7. Yes, we have a jump map, but it is very bland and boring and detracts from the rest of the game. Fright Chasers: Dark Exposure has a terrific gameplay and an excellent storyline. The graphics are incredible and do give a modern drones and sci-fi flavor to the game. Game development team did a brilliant job getting the player to feel involved with the story and connected to the protagonist. Great Game.

  8. Music: Fits the game just right. As always, I review mostly on the game play and leave the story to others to review. I think this was a "the pressure is on. Mad is one of my favorite developers and have produced quite a few great games.

  9. You also fly it to retrieve a key as well. Rumor has it, Anne still roams the hallways of the observatory as her grieving husband works diligently to find a way to defy the laws of physics, to join her. I haven't been wowed by a Mad Head game in awhile. The mini games were not brain drainers and I liked that. The games in this game were different and fun, I think I only skipped 2 in the entire game and that's saying a lot.

  10. The Bonus Chapter has Billy returning to do something for the girls. Unfortunately, we have another evil that is taking control and I am really over that theme. You had to use a flashlight to see it.

  11. That being said the game theme became much different than I originally hoped it would be. There are not a lot of voice overs and I found if I wanted to read the dialog, I didn't dare look at the scene or the bar would go away never to be seen again. I wish they had shown the solution so I would have understood. The graphics, story line and voice acting were great. Diversity in gaming!

  12. Liked the collectible indicator, if you hover over the button it would say it's found, if it was. It needed some color and no pop outs! Fright Chasers: Dark Exposure has a terrific gameplay and an excellent storyline.

  13. I did find one that took me a bit to complete. And, the adventure goes on from there with a dead wife and a friend floating in mid-air, and this really cool camera No Blood. Furthermore, while I'm doing all the running around in the game and pilfering items for my own benefit, I always wonder why the bad guy doesn't show up more often. Rating: 2 D.

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