Dark Dimensions: City of Fog

Silvertown was swallowed by fog and disappeared from the face of the earth 100 years ago. Search for a town consumed by fog! Unlock forbidden doors and uncover mysterious items in this thrilling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!


Dark Dimensions: City of Fog ans

Hint system could have worked better outside of the HOGs. Open the luggage storage door to access Dimensons: Hidden Object DDark. The Hidden Object Scenes are some of the best and most fun. Take the key. The Dark Dimensions feeds on tragedy and ill will it is capable of consuming whole tows with it's thick black fog full of demons and ghosts. I really enjoyed this game; have played it a couple Island Defense already. Return to the fire escape. Find the items listed. James has loved Flowers Story from afar, she barely knows he exists, unfortunately James vows that if he can't have her nobody will, thus a tragedy ensues and brings forth the Dark Dimensions. There are plenty of mini games, some easy, some a wee bit frustrating such as clicking on the red eyes of multiple snakes on Medusas head until all the red eyes turn blue, when you click on one snake eye, others change as well. Flip through the pages. Visuals were Dark Dimensions: City of Fog and set a Green City: Go South atmosphere. Either version in Island Tribe 5 opinion is a great decision, enjoy!

This meant you never once got that lonely, solitary feeling. There were a couple times where I wasn't sure what to do, but once you get around a couple times, you can figure it out. Note the code in the viewfinder. Return to the fire escape. Unfortunately, you had to sometimes click on a particular spot of an object to collect it. Back out once and play the Hidden Object Area by the table. Exit the cave and return to the train station. The town of Silvertown is gone forever Mini puzzles are challenging HO scenes are interactive. The music is good, the scenery is eerie, the story is engaging. Read the journal page update concerning the curse banishing ritual. Rather lengthy with a logical conclusion. This puzzle is random. The object of the puzzle is to complete the train track on the right with track pieces that appear in the left inset.

Move through the entrance. I can't wait to see more greatness from this development team! The Hidden Object Scenes are some of the best LandGrabbers most fun. Back out once and play the Hidden Object Area by the table. The game lasts a Risen Dragons longer than the typical game of this genre, which I always think is nice. Although fairly linear the game never gets boring, ensuring long playtime and a diversity of actions. Bravo and when will there be another like this!


I only needed a couple of nudges later on in the game. The locales are rich in details and colors, the HOS's are not the usual pile of junk we see in too many other games; half of them are interactive with items neat and crisp. Zoom into the grid at the back of the cabinet. There were a couple times where I wasn't sure what to do, but once you get around a couple times, you can figure it out. Zoom into the note on the cabinet door. I've played hundreds and visually, emotionally and intellectually, this was the best. Putting the useful objects to use does not require you to scratch your head for hours before shouting "Eureka! Set on superb artwork as its background, the adventure presents a solid storyline that unfolds smoothly and not without logic. Challenging also are the numerous puzzles, though not overly difficult; they too are logical. Flip through the pages. Play the Hidden Object Area in the luggage storage room again. Exit through the window to note a new shortcut. Bravo and when will there be another like this!

Return to the fire escape. Zoom into the door and the boarded up window on the left. There are plenty of mini games, some easy, some a wee bit frustrating such as clicking on the red eyes of multiple snakes on Medusas head until all the red eyes turn blue, when you click on one snake eye, others change as well. You have a few chances to play this puzzle. Click on the door to the train station to initiate a puzzle. When finished an entrance will open. All wrapped up in gloom Zoom into the grid at the back of the cabinet. Plenty of HOGs — some are straight Hos, while others require using an item within the scene to complete an object which sometimes took some thought to figure out before it can be collected. Exit through the window to note a new shortcut. Take the block. This puzzle is random. Putting the useful objects to use does not require you to scratch your head for hours before shouting "Eureka! Return through the window of the train station. Take the key.

James has loved Lillian from afar, she barely knows he exists, unfortunately James vows that if he can't have her nobody will, thus a tragedy ensues and brings forth the Dark Dimensions. This is a great hidden object adventure game. Zoom into the skeleton at the back on the left side of the cave entrance. I have yet to play a Dark Dimensions game that wasn't over the top, superior game quality, beautiful graphics, epic music and entertaining games available. This puzzle is random. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Dark Dimensions: City of Fog SE Lillian and William were about to be married in Silvertown, Maine, in , this would be the wedding everyone will be talking about, a beautiful wedding for a beautiful couple. Find the items listed. Note the skull requires a key. Zoom into the door and the boarded up window on the left. Overall I give this game a Perfect score, a huge jump from the series last "Wax" title. I play the caual mode in all games, because I like struggling with a puzzle for a decent amount of time before, sometimes, skipping. Although fairly linear the game never gets boring, ensuring long playtime and a diversity of actions. Many of them are a bit off the beaten tracks, others are variations of classics. I like that. Look through the telescope and adjust the view.

14 thoughts on “Dark Dimensions: City of Fog

  1. I only needed a couple of nudges later on in the game. When finished an entrance will open. The game lasts a little longer than the typical game of this genre, which I always think is nice.

  2. Back out once and play the Hidden Object Area by the table. Set on superb artwork as its background, the adventure presents a solid storyline that unfolds smoothly and not without logic. Return through the window of the train station. The Dark Dimensions feeds on tragedy and ill will it is capable of consuming whole tows with it's thick black fog full of demons and ghosts. Go up the ladder and through the open window.

  3. The object of the puzzle is to complete the train track on the right with track pieces that appear in the left inset. I like that. Plenty of HOGs — some are straight Hos, while others require using an item within the scene to complete an object which sometimes took some thought to figure out before it can be collected.

  4. James has loved Lillian from afar, she barely knows he exists, unfortunately James vows that if he can't have her nobody will, thus a tragedy ensues and brings forth the Dark Dimensions. I really enjoyed this game; have played it a couple times already. The Storyline was Top Notch. Some items require interactions such as clicking on a book to open the book and reveal a key.

  5. The completed page is a journal update. Zoom into the ritual ring. Zoom into the door and the boarded up window on the left. Once a piece of track has been clicked, it must be placed before another piece is available. Go up the ladder and through the open window.

  6. Visuals were great and set a ghostly atmosphere. I can't wait to see more greatness from this development team! Exit through the window to note a new shortcut. Note the code in the viewfinder.

  7. This is a great hidden object adventure game. The Collectors Edition has music soundtracks, concept art, wallpapers and that wonderful built in Strategy Guide. All wrapped up in gloom

  8. There are plenty of notes and newspaper clippings on your journey which provide clues to how she met her fate. The Collectors Edition has music soundtracks, concept art, wallpapers and that wonderful built in Strategy Guide. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by lmcpoodles from Best I've ever played Frustrated sometimes, but never for too long, just long enough to make you feel clever when you beat it.

  9. Zoom into the skull on the shelf. I can't wait to see more greatness from this development team! Go through the station and out the window to the station courtyard.

  10. Go through the Statue Park to the mines and left up the tracks. I could have done without the voice over in the intro. There were a couple times where I wasn't sure what to do, but once you get around a couple times, you can figure it out. Set on superb artwork as its background, the adventure presents a solid storyline that unfolds smoothly and not without logic.

  11. Go through the Statue Park to the mines and left up the tracks. Note the skull requires a key. Zoom into the book on the floor.

  12. There are plenty of notes and newspaper clippings on your journey which provide clues to how she met her fate. Play the Hidden Object Area in the luggage storage room again. The puzzles are challenging. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by pennmom36 from Dark Dimensions: City of Fog SE Lillian and William were about to be married in Silvertown, Maine, in , this would be the wedding everyone will be talking about, a beautiful wedding for a beautiful couple. The game lasts a little longer than the typical game of this genre, which I always think is nice.

  13. I only needed a couple of nudges later on in the game. Discard unwanted track pieces by clicking and dropping on the right. There are plenty of mini games, some easy, some a wee bit frustrating such as clicking on the red eyes of multiple snakes on Medusas head until all the red eyes turn blue, when you click on one snake eye, others change as well. Putting the useful objects to use does not require you to scratch your head for hours before shouting "Eureka!

  14. Well done. Exit through the window to note a new shortcut. Rather lengthy with a logical conclusion. Very well made.

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