Surface: Project Dawn

Elephant Games presents the next spine-tingling installment of the Surface series! After a car accident on the way to your new home, your daughter goes missing! Your search for her leads you to a town that’s abandoned… Or is it? With danger around every corner, it’s up to you to uncover the mystery behind Project Dawn and save your daughter! Do you have what it takes to explore a dangerous history beyond your own imagination and escape? Find out in this chilling hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

The HOPS are just about what we come to expect in all these games — nothing more and nothing less. On top of that, the dynamite lit itself, which was quite unusual. The flowers unlock it. Why does the Military have the entire town of Gray Falls on lock-down? Setting radio reception with multi sliders that are red, yellow and turn green when you have it. I've been a fan of the Surface: Project Dawn series and really enjoyed the games in the series. The game is refreshingly non-linear, keeping every environment relevant throughout the storyline, and forcing you to think on your toes. This Collector's Edition version has 12 Morphing Collectible Character figurines to collect, which tells you the background story of who they are, but it also fills in the gaps that you otherwise wouldn't have known about. Of course, Surface has not been a favorite series of mine, but still I expected a bit more from this developer. If your a stickler for realism you won't like this one. This is so obscure and wonderful, I can't describe it any better than other rave reviews. My favorite Mini Game was navigating through a maze finding items and solving puzzles to get me through it, I actually had to use my noggin for it! Replay 15 Hops and 11 puzzles.

So was the hand silhouette to guess the animal. It is wonderful done and has a great storyline. The details and graphics are exactly what you'd expect in a town that was quickly abandoned nearly 30 years ago. Once again, these mini-games will force you to think on your toes, instead of making you feel like you have played them in a hundred HOGs before. The same thing goes for the mini-games or puzzles. More Hops and less puzzles. We meet a nurse who becomes entrapped in Project Dawn as a means to fund a cure to save her dying mother. This nightmare takes you all over with twist and turns that will keep you glued. Seconds later, a crow fly's into the windshield of her motor home which, causes her to veer off course and hit a large tree. The bonus chapter is a prequel and Officer Riley is the Star. As a former art teacher, I really liked the look of the scenes--colorful and clear. Setting radio reception with multi sliders that are red, yellow and turn green when you have it. Very different elephant games are the best. Fans and newcomers to the Surface series will have a hard time turning the game off.


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I was a tad bit disappointed when the game took a drastic turn, and I entered the "nightmare" world. The maze was a lot of fun. Fortunately, Gray Falls is just up ahead, unfortunately, the town is behind a large locked gate! With Project Dawn Elephant has returned to its former glory days and I for one hopes this becomes a trend for all series developers. Why does the Military have the entire town of Gray Falls on lock-down? Fans will be thrilled, and newcomers entertained. The game is refreshingly non-linear, keeping every environment Surface: Project Dawn throughout the storyline, and forcing you to think on your toes. I haven't finished the Bonus Chapter, but so far it seems like a decent game from Detective Riley's perspective. Below are brief descriptions of Ancient TriJong of the mini games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Drag puzzle pieces and rotate to assemble a picture. There was lots of imagination used for this game. My favorite hops was a tattooed mannequin with ten arms, make sure you scroll right Fort Defenders: Seven Seas the mannequin Surface: Project Dawn computer screen that you flip through 3 screens to find what's on your list and the Boulder. Each Scene also has the famous Surface Flowers to collect, some of which are located within zoom zones on various notes you come across, and some of them are Alpha Kimori Episode Two well hidden. There are Listed item Finds, Silhouetted Shape finds, Multiple Symbol finds clever mannequin scene and scenes where you place an item into the scene logically, followed by finding a listed item, and back to replacing an item as it alternates between finding and replacing items.

The HOPS are just about what we come to expect in all these games — nothing more and nothing less. No click-mashing here. It is wonderful done and has a great storyline. The music is invigorating, the gameplay is challenging, and the visuals hit the mark. While many of them are simple remakes of the standard puzzles you find in other hidden object games. Not only is the game full of things to do, it is also beautiful and just what I have been looking for after all the dreary, colorless games that wrapped up in the past 3 months. I especially loved the ending, I really didn't see that one coming, and it seems to have left an opening for a sequel perhaps? This game seemed more geared towards the beginner player, as it was on the easy side. The voice overs seems to be recorded by some really bored actors and the soundtrack doesn't excel either. Why does the Military have the entire town of Gray Falls on lock-down? Once again, these mini-games will force you to think on your toes, instead of making you feel like you have played them in a hundred HOGs before. I haven't finished the Bonus Chapter, but so far it seems like a decent game from Detective Riley's perspective. It actually did hold my interest throughout the game. No click-mashing here. Newer gamers will most likely love the game because it still is terrific as far as the game itself.

I've been a fan of the Surface: Project Dawn series and really enjoyed the games in the series. Many players feel that quality is sometimes overshadowed by quantity resulting in stunted games, particularly in the series developments. The sun is setting, Surface: Project Dawn Jennifer Palmer needs to find a place to stop before nightfall. All your tools are used in a logical manner. The good news is that you bounce back and forth, so I can live with that. The bonus game was a bit disappointing Fables of the Kingdom far as the plot is concerned but Battle Slots the main game was, as they say, a hard act to follow. It's Hops related. I didn't like the sideways hop. Like my title said, it's really the same game, just different characters and storyline in "The noise she couldn't make". But I played on hardcore mode without using hints and skip buttons. The same thing goes for the mini-games or puzzles. Great job!!


An excellent game with slightly different from the normal hidden object scenes as well as the mini-games. On top of that, the dynamite lit itself, which was quite unusual. The good news is that you bounce back and forth, so I can live with that. Sometimes you just don't know what to do. I hope all fellow gamers have a good and very healthy The story line is nothing new. I really like to understand the puzzles and enjoy in the game Of course, Surface has not been a favorite series of mine, but still I expected a bit more from this developer. Memory game. There are some different gameplay features with many puzzles that I find enjoyable to solve. With Project Dawn Elephant has returned to its former glory days and I for one hopes this becomes a trend for all series developers. As always, try the demo first. So I just ignored them and that end and take that happier one :-D! The game is refreshingly non-linear, keeping every environment relevant throughout the storyline, and forcing you to think on your toes.

8 thoughts on “Surface: Project Dawn

  1. It is wonderful done and has a great storyline. It is entertaining and captivating. With Project Dawn Elephant has returned to its former glory days and I for one hopes this becomes a trend for all series developers. This Elephant game was challenging for me but you have to play this to experience it.

  2. I highly recommend this game, here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either, is right for you: The sun is setting, and Jennifer Palmer needs to find a place to stop before nightfall. Many players feel that quality is sometimes overshadowed by quantity resulting in stunted games, particularly in the series developments. When you learn of the horrific experiments that are taking place at the Gray Falls Research Center you're transported into the nightmares of everyone involved with the project. There's something weird going on here, and all roads seem to lead to the Research Institute, and the unethical experiments they conducted on it's citizens, called Project Dawn. This is a game for everyone, from beginner to advanced player.

  3. An excellent game with slightly different from the normal hidden object scenes as well as the mini-games. Below are brief descriptions of some of the mini games you'll encounter during the demo: 1 Drag puzzle pieces and rotate to assemble a picture. The voice overs seems to be recorded by some really bored actors and the soundtrack doesn't excel either. Puzzles are simple and don't take any brain power to complete, but done well.

  4. The story line is nothing new. Happy gaming! The Strategy Guide only includes about 43 pages with 3 pages listing the collectibles so it is probably a very short game as well. The hidden object scenes and the puzzles are also quite standard. The Mini Games are just as fantastic.

  5. Great job!! This edition manages to keep things fresh and puts interesting twists on all of them. Read on to find out in my Surface: Project Dawn review how I felt playing the game and what's my opinion on it. I remain a fan of all the Surface Series. Very different elephant games are the best.

  6. Surface Project Dawn is a fabulous entry into the long-standing Surface franchise. While many of them are simple remakes of the standard puzzles you find in other hidden object games. The storyline does a nice job also.

  7. In the bonus, wind chimes. My detail awards go to Charley the Robo-Dog, the black kitten and the fire hyenas. Fans will be thrilled, and newcomers entertained. Animation is excellent, movement are very smooth. If you love the CE version of a game this one is fairly typical of other games in the Surface series.

  8. I know there are more than 13 Hops in the main game and 4 in the bonus chapter. Those, at least, are a well done aspect of this game. I was a tad bit disappointed when the game took a drastic turn, and I entered the "nightmare" world.

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