Elephant Games proudly presents another moving story in their classic series Grim Tales! Your sister Luisa once again needs your investigative help to solve a bizarre series of robberies plaguing her museum and others around the city. No one has seen the suspects come and they’ve left few clues behind. Use your powers to travel to the past and uncover the culprits. But be careful, you’ll also uncover a shocking revelation about the Gray family in this heartwarming hidden-object puzzle adventure game!
It's not a scary story by comparison with some of the others, but i'ts very good. I enjoyed the storyline in the game and it is very well told as you progress with the gameplay. Place tokens onto a grid according to a guide — which is upside down! This is a super game. I have not played a really fun game for some time. You're Anna and you go back in time to basically change drastic events. Maybe it turns out that Richard really is Jared's grandfather after all, being the father of Elena Alexander's wife through some nefarious machinations that have yet to be revealed! And upon encountering one too many mini hos, I quit before the demo was up. It is actually the Bonus Game that puts closure on the thing, for the remaining relative has some skeletons in his closet as well, ahich Anna's father, his grandfather, helps him to erase. No rhyme nor reason. This time it is her sister, Louisa, with a mysterious robbery at the museum where she works. The graphics in this game are very clear, with bright true colors, not over powering at all. This is not a game I would waste good money or game credits on. The gears must be turned in sequential order or you must start again. You find something, open it and pop off to a different place.
Below are brief descriptions of some of the games I liked during the game: 1-Use direction arrows and rotation gears to place dinosaurs correctly. I liked this game, and it's leaps and bounds better than The Hunger! Unlike previous games, there is a great deal of time filler with back-and-forth movement searching for items in one scene to be used in yet another scene. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. Switch slats of a picture to restore the image. Graphics are on the below average level and the characters are quite laughable in their stick like movements and voices. I would have liked to retrieve a missed item but I could not. It didn't seem to flow as well as the others in this series, but still, it wasn't a bad game at all. There are fewer activities making the game slow paced in some parts. I was really enjoying this game and then it seemed to end abruptly. I know the makers are proud of their characters but I would have preferred these without anything else. This Collector's Edition version has 8 Wallpapers, why do they always plaster a character on them, can't we just have the scenery view? Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by own2sphynx from Good visual poor story This has to be the shortest and least rewarding Grim Tales to date and I own them all. It's okay, but would never want to pay full price for it. By the time we moved on, I had forgotten what I was doing there in the first place.
Sur Grim Tales: The Nomad Collectors Edition
This particular case, however, hits a little too close to home as she Mayan Prophecies: Ship of Spirits a surprising discovery linking the robbery Tge none other than a Gray family member! Not much effort put into this Family Restaurant I can't believe it is Elephant. The story is excellent. Graphics were okay but nothing to write home about. Graphics are on the below average level and the characters are quite laughable in their stick like movements and voices. The special effects was real nice. Click on pieces of a road sign until it presents the proper image. We are helping our sister look for stolen artifacts, but the story was a little confusing. Switch plates to create 3 given keyholes on a diagram. Dad doesn't seem to show up as much in this addition, but Nommad does provide us with clues and items we'll need to use. I found it to be a medium-length game, and the minigames not particularly challenging. Game play was excellent, with no problems during the demo and it fit my large screen quite nicely. I thought the morphs were perfectly timed for my enjoyment.
Return to the past with Anna to stop a wayward family member from entering the world of crime. Thanks for the review. So I'm left with a somewhat interesting story, surrounded by overly familiar tasks and general silliness. I would have liked to have a moving screensaver of the moving Dinosaurs but you have 3 plain one's instead. Looks like we have 16 in this series. I did not see that you could switch to a different game. There is automatic travel to other locations, but no bright lights to blind you. We are helping our sister look for stolen artifacts, but the story was a little confusing. My only complaint with this one is that I found that the bonus game was full of bugs. It's a Gray family affair, after all. I only found one I enjoyed, a scene in which jewelry items are returned to a jewelry box. However, this game is worthy to play, again. I don't see the point in having to find jigsaw puzzle pieces to get 3 Screensavers if you don't actually get to assemble the jigsaw? It didn't seem to flow as well as the others in this series, but still, it wasn't a bad game at all.
There are All-in-One Mahjong good aspects of this game. Rated 4 out of 5 by Monkeygus from A nice addition to this series overall, with some bugs I played the Sneak Collwctors of this game original called Grim Tales: Outcasts and liked it enough to want to purchase the game when it was released. Not much effort put into this and I can't believe it is Elephant. Switch puzzle. I do like this series of games.
Sound FX were done nicely, when we had them. Other than those CE extra's issues, I think this game is perfectly fine, although I do wish Elephant would give us the option to do away with the time-consuming, extremely annoying, "Task Completed, New Task" Banner that shows up constantly throughout the game!!!! Fingers crossed that the next Grim Tales addresses the story arc shortcomings presented in Nomad, and puts a little more effort into building an interesting game. It's okay, but would never want to pay full price for it. There are parts that are a little dark but I feel it makes it harder to find items. In the meantime, I urge you to try the Demo. Matching puzzle. There are six 6 mini-games and five 5 HOP scenes. Love it! Jigsaw puzzle. Date published: Rated 2 out of 5 by campingramps from Meh This was one of the most frustrating games I have played in a long time. I love the Grim Tales series.