Tales of Terror: Art of Horror

An anonymous tip on your long-lost brother's whereabouts leads you to the Artem Estate. You want to find your little brother, but nothing's as it seems in this dismal dwelling. You quickly find yourself fighting for your life as you try to avoid becoming the Estate's next victim. Can you find your brother and escape before it's too late? Find out in this chilling Hidden-Object Puzzle Adventure!

It's been 20 years since you witnessed a monster kidnap your baby brother Adam, and you never thought you'd ever get closure. I loved this game! Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ChazWax from Good story with an abrupt ending This was overall a very fun game until the last "chunk" or so. The storyline is pure genius, and makes for a fantastic psychological thriller, a game you can count on to make many twists, and "oh no you didn't" moments. I love the different hidden objects and storyline is pretty good as well. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ChazWax from Good story with an abrupt ending This was overall a very fun game until the last "chunk" or so. It took me awhile to finish it but that's ok, I didn't want it to end! Mimi puzzles were hard, but the skip button recharges quickly. I really enjoyed this game - even the story! Solve puzzles and tackle various mini-games Each scene challenges you to find all the items that can come in handy later on, but every now and again the game mixes things up and provides you with an actual riddle or some kind of mini-game. Do you have an issue with your game? The way you interact with the game is what makes this game stand out from others.

Skipped quite a few.. The way you interact with the game is what makes this game stand out from others. It took me awhile to finish it but that's ok, I didn't want it to end! Some of the Mini games were quite difficult, but I enjoyed the ones I could figure out.. Gibbs in the asylum where the serial killer is confined. Rescue your brother and survive in a deadly estate Tales of Terror: Art of Horror is a hidden object adventure game that allows you to explore a creepy estate and survive the nasty traps that try to put an end to your journey. I loved the other games in this series also, they are so unique and the story sucks you in!! On top of that, you also have to accomplish a few other tasks while you are there, which adds more pressure. Now about that however part, the gameplay is so predictable, you'll know what item you're looking for before you even find it, and the Hidden Object Scenes are the easiest I've seen in quite a while. The storyline is pure genius, and makes for a fantastic psychological thriller, a game you can count on to make many twists, and "oh no you didn't" moments. The art was great too! Although it is not amazingly unique, it is fresh enough to keep us on our toes all the way through. Loved it!


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Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ninja from Foggy Mansion Psycho The story reminds me a lot of Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho", but the violence is hinted at and not Alchemy Quest, and there Viking Brothers VI no shower scene. Tales of Terror: Art of Horror hits all the right marks with the storyline. A neat adventure for the fans of the genre All things considered, Tales of Terror: Art of Horror is not a unique game, not by a long shot, but it features all the right elements to show you a good time. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by Mari from Kept my Interest! This game is definitely for fishies who like a challenge, as the mini games range from reasonable to tear your hair out hard, unless you're a genius or a computer that can try variations to find the solution. It's foreboding, but there are flowers here and there and the house interiors are awash in affluence to offset the otherwise sinister mansion occupants. Some of the games were quite difficult, frustratingly so on a couple of times. Loved it! Note that your post won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post Elven Legend 3: The New Menace Collectors Edition publicly. I will be playing this one again! It's movie worthy and movie quality. However, this has really gone all out to make Tales of Terror: Art of Horror storyline, close to the same, but delivers it in a very unique way. Thus, the whole story has you trying to escape the estate in question Sparkle 2 maybe rescue your little brother while you are at it. I really enjoyed this game - even the story!

Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Bugirl from Surprise ending! I also made sure that I was doing it properly because I looked at the guide. It took me awhile to finish it but that's ok, I didn't want it to end! Tales of Terror: Art of Horror hits all the right marks with the storyline. The game also impresses with its visuals and audio. Tales of Terror has hit the mark with the plot, however, not so much with the gameplay. There better be another part to this! The story and gameplay just gets more and more intense as you proceed. Date published: Rated 4 out of 5 by ChazWax from Good story with an abrupt ending This was overall a very fun game until the last "chunk" or so. If you decide to upgrade to the CE version the extra bonus game is also relevant to the main story. The registration is free and the account will let you earn free games, play community games or participate in game forums, write reviews as well as offer you significant discounts. Logic doesn't seem to be a factor either, I'm trying to escape from mad men, lucky me, I get a rather large and very sharp knife handed to me, yet after using it to cut some vines, I discard it?

The Day D: Through Time Collectors Edition is ; you learn that from discovering a diary belonging to Joanne Artem where 15 years earlier a boy was kidnapped presumably by Dolphin Dice Slots and the police have their suspicions when lab tests indicate Horor that Artem cannot bear children. Txles puzzles got extremely challenging, which some may prefer, and the ending, although a surprise, cut off too soon and it was over. I also made sure that I was doing it properly because I looked at the guide. Welcome to the Artem Estate, Amy, make yourself comfortable, you're going to be here for ot very, very long time. Most of the scenes are repeated, a feature I hate, and there are Morphing Objects in the first og of each HOP, within the Collector's Edition version. The art was great too! On top of that, you also have to accomplish a few other tasks while you are there, which adds more pressure. I was surprised at this one. The ones lacking a reset button were the same ones that made me tear my hair out. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by sloopiel Tales of Terror: Art of Horror Excellent game! Note that Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist review won't be visible right away: our team checks it before we post it publicly. Loved it!


I could not apply an item to its proper location no matter how many times I tried. The art was great too! Tales of Terror has hit the mark with the plot, however, not so much with the gameplay. Date published: Logic doesn't seem to be a factor either, I'm trying to escape from mad men, lucky me, I get a rather large and very sharp knife handed to me, yet after using it to cut some vines, I discard it? The way you interact with the game is what makes this game stand out from others. Solve puzzles and tackle various mini-games Each scene challenges you to find all the items that can come in handy later on, but every now and again the game mixes things up and provides you with an actual riddle or some kind of mini-game. I also made sure that I was doing it properly because I looked at the guide. All that changed when you received an anonymous letter claiming to have information about his whereabouts, but what happens next is simply unimaginable. The storyline is pure genius, and makes for a fantastic psychological thriller, a game you can count on to make many twists, and "oh no you didn't" moments. Love, Love, Loved it!!!!! Tales of Terror proves that you don't have to have a ton of gore to make a game creepy, and they have ended the demo at the perfect moment, making you want to continue this game for the story. A very intriguing story.

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5 thoughts on “Tales of Terror: Art of Horror

  1. Did the sister escape? The way you interact with the game is what makes this game stand out from others. But despite the extreme hand holding, I'm giving this game 5 stars because I love the story, for the same reason that after playing thousands of games, my all time favorite game is still the original Phantasmat because no other game has been able to top that story, this one does comes close, really close.

  2. Although it is not amazingly unique, it is fresh enough to keep us on our toes all the way through. The psychological thriller vibe is strong in this one and while there is not much gore or blood, the moody environment and the creepy characters are enough to send chills down our spines. That's why I gave it 4 instead of five stars I'm saving the fifth star for the next story! I decided to pursue this perplexing adventure, taking on Ramsay the butler who has booby trapped the entire estate and find ADAM. While trapped in the estate looking for your missing brother you discover some deeply disturbing events and a letter written by the last victim begging for her husband Harry to come and rescue her from a serial killer on the estate.

  3. The story and gameplay just gets more and more intense as you proceed. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jilouise from If you like "things with a twist" you are going to love this!!!!! There better be another part to this!

  4. Now about that however part, the gameplay is so predictable, you'll know what item you're looking for before you even find it, and the Hidden Object Scenes are the easiest I've seen in quite a while. The art was great too! Highly recommend this game!

  5. Later I need a cat to move so I decide to scare the living bejeebers out of him with an alarm clock because opening the cabinet directly above him didn't seem to do the trick. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jilouise from If you like "things with a twist" you are going to love this!!!!! But despite the extreme hand holding, I'm giving this game 5 stars because I love the story, for the same reason that after playing thousands of games, my all time favorite game is still the original Phantasmat because no other game has been able to top that story, this one does comes close, really close. The storyline is pure genius, and makes for a fantastic psychological thriller, a game you can count on to make many twists, and "oh no you didn't" moments.

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