Danse Macabre: Deadly Deception Collectors Edition

From Eipix, the studio that brought you Danse Macabre: Crimson Cabaret comes an exciting new case! The Belfort Hall Academy of Dance is famous for transforming its students into ballet stars. But when the class star, Marion Ashworth is found dead in the school garden, shocking secrets are brought to light. It turns out the victim wasn't who she claimed to be. And if that's the case... was she, and where is the real Marion Ashworth? Examine the crime scene, interrogate the suspects, and follow the clues to find the truth. Just be careful - some secrets are worth killing for.

Every little thing that could make a sound The music was great Danse Macabre: Deadly Deception is an unarguable well-constructed game, although does not offer much challenge. Cut scenes are very well done. Hope you enjoy it as much as I am!!!! There are 41 hidden Collectible Masks throughout this game, as well as a ton of Achievements to earn, AND receive Gold, Silver, or Bronze categories within those thirteen achievements. Again, in a role of detective I had a task to solve a crime and reveal who killed the girl named Marion Ashworth. Some are quite small and others overly large. I just wish I could have caught the special price this weekend. You also have a case file that contains information gathered during your investigation as well as a section for your objectives. Sadly for me I could not work out how to solve the very last puzzle in the bonus game and actually skipped it after trying for half an hour! You are Andrea White, a detective hired by the wealthy Ashworths to determine who murdered their daughter Marion Ashworth, a student at the prestigious Belfort Academy of Dance. I like the fact that it didn't coddle you in the game. You almost feel like you're a part of the game. The storyline is also fairly complex, with interesting characters to interrogate and thrilling events to witness — Deadly Deception had us on the edge of our seats.


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I found the story interesting and the game had Defense of Greece going on to keep you moving and wanting more. I am completely baffled! Submit Thank you for writing a Dnase Items were not too difficult to find. Hint system is quite helpful and does transport to longer locations. Case File: Where the photos of the characters are stored along with some of their details, name, age, occupation, etc. One tile influences other tiles aMcabre: they must be moved into correct position on an abstract drawing. And, even more importantly Sound FX were good and voice overs were well done with some Collector, depending on what was happening at the time. The Dolphin Dice Slots of the CE content is Collecfors special and I think it is simply a matter of personal preference when deciding to get the CE or wait for the SE release. A Junk pile with a list of items. I got bored quickly and I'm the type that will stick with most any game hoping it will get better but this one just kept getting slower. Final item found is an inventory item C. Another tale is weaved into this deadly web. The Mini Games Deceptioh good, but I was surprised to find most of them just revamped puzzles, matching two related items, or using arrows to rotate several fabric buttons on a diamond shaped grid until the buttons were in their matching colored holes.

Of course, the beta did not give you any of the extras, or even an SG, but I found this one to be the best of the three in this series so far. You will use this frequently, as you do a lot of back-tracking to the same locations. Colors are very true. I love this game! HOPS: Very varied from lists, to find and place or find and use, silhouettes, etc, etc. The HOGS are quite fun and wonderfully interactive. Lockable Inventory Jump Map. Another tale is weaved into this deadly web. I am sure that fans of this developer will notice that one of the characters is recycled from a different game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by grapeleaves from Great. Based on the short demo, I would not have given this 5 stars, but because of the much longer beta test, I have, which is something I seldom do. Combining two of my favorite activities - dancing and gaming, I am dancing in game heaven with this one! Try it and see! I happen to like puzzles that make me think and exercise some of my brain cells, so although the puzzles are not overly difficult they seem to have more challenge than some in recent games.

There are morphing objects in 10 of the HOPs scenes. Since Sparkle 2 is in desperate of funding - money or lack of it can lead her to engage in some rather shady behavior to reach her goals. Voices: Excellent, I especially liked the variation of accents, and the lip synch was very good too. Really liked this game. This is the third in the series and takes place in Charleston instead of Paris or Italy.


Unlike most of the detective-themed HOPAs available, Deadly Deception has you finding not only the identity of the murderer, but the identity of the victim as well. The mini games needed some patience as well but I did not find any that were not doable. Then, who is it? I sincerely can't wait to play whole game and enjoy even more. The collectible masks seem very easy to find Some interactivity in this scene. I didn't care who the girl was or who might have killed her by the time I quit. Since my favourite type of HOPA themes are detective stories, this is a game for me. The music was great Souvenirs - I like collecting these and I believe there are 30 to collect, some are in plain site others are not. Danse Macabre: Deadly Deception is an unarguable well-constructed game, although does not offer much challenge. Match 3: Not interested in. Some of the inventory items have plus signs indicating that further action is required before that item can be used, such as fixing that item or combining it with another inventory item. I happen to like puzzles that make me think and exercise some of my brain cells, so although the puzzles are not overly difficult they seem to have more challenge than some in recent games.

Lockable Inventory Jump Map. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by grapeleaves from Great. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your post. Since my favourite type of HOPA themes are detective stories, this is a game for me. Hope you enjoy it as much as I am!!!! We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. Please note that we can't help you out if you write about it in your review. In addition, there is also a nice touch on the usual Journal feature — in Deadly Deception, there is a thorough analysis of each character in the game, help guide you to finding the true villain! Do you have an issue with your game? The game held my attention and I when the demo ended, I had to keep going so I purchased the game and I am happy that I did. I am always looking for a new game so I have a difficult time waiting — lol. There are four modes of play - Gumshoe, Detective, Inspector and Custom. The remainder of the CE content is nothing special and I think it is simply a matter of personal preference when deciding to get the CE or wait for the SE release. Game play was much more fun than in other games. Everything goes as it should, until the parents view the body.

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  1. Silhouette style in a mini HOP scene with few items to locate D. This is such a fun game and would recommend this for all levels of play. Same with the Morphing Objects - it requires patience You also have the ability to use a magnifying glass to find various clues You are Andrea White, a detective hired by the wealthy Ashworths to determine who murdered their daughter Marion Ashworth, a student at the prestigious Belfort Academy of Dance.

  2. In the demo I encountered: A. This is the third in the series and takes place in Charleston instead of Paris or Italy. This series is full of nice touches - but the Southern accents are not one of them, especially the headmistress!

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