Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible

Grandma Studios Limited proudly presents the latest addition to the Whispered Secrets series! When a stranger approaches you with information about an ancient artifact, you find yourself pulled into a strange world of nightmares and dark memories. Can you find a way to defeat the nightmare monster, or will you become its latest victim? Find out in this thrilling hidden-object puzzle adventure!


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Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mseasonm from Glad I Gave It A Chance I passed this game up when it first came out because of the terrible reviews which I don't understand at all. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jumisa from whispered secrets:Enfant terrible collector's edition Liked the game very much. However, instead of taking a more serious tone like the earlier Maze games, Enfant Terrible incorporates more colorful fantasy elements Endant the plot. There are so many scenes to explore, all the different nightmares and traumas to solve, and then the extra morphing objects, puzzle pieces Secret:s memorabilia. I love the new little elements in the hidden object games and the challenge it brings Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by davebehave from best hidden object game ive ever played this has got to be Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible best hidden object game ive played the graphics are so good and the story is so good as well that it grabs u in and you forget that its a story for the ones that give it a poor score im not quite sure what type of game there expecting it to be hidden object games Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible a certain story line they should read what the Nanny Mania is about before playing or do the Enafnt before buying and then they will not be disappointed saying that the game has grabbed me and looking at the reviews its grabbed Whjspered others too so give it a go Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by syndney from Not the usual "knock out a creature with an artifact" game For the info on game play, please check earlier reviews. Just not frustrating. Rated 5 out of 5 by rpggramma from Love It! I'm glad I decided to give it a try despite those comments. This perfect pace, along with the wide variety Pirates Solitaire locations included in the game, makes Enfant Terrible incredibly addicting — there is never a single moment of boredom in the game. Further, the puzzles include an Jewel Match Solitaire: LAmour to switch between Death and Betrayal in Romania: A Dana Knightstone Novel and Hard mode as well as adopt some cool and neat twists. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Celestien Atlantic Quest: Solitaire Long game with so much extras I absolutely loved this Mahjongg Platinum 4. And when the spot is exhausted, it closes forever. I don't buy CEs so often because most of the time the extras are predictable, the bonus game is often done hastily - or so it seems, and I don't care for wallpapers and music scores really. In this series:.

In this series:. A consistent, rationally coherent, plotline!! Date published: The chemistry of this game was good. So this was very fun to play. There are so many scenes to explore, all the different nightmares and traumas to solve, and then the extra morphing objects, puzzle pieces and memorabilia. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Celestien from Long game with so much extras I absolutely loved this game. I'm glad I decided to give it a try despite those comments. Not too hard, but not not a cake walk and engaging. The visuals in Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible are simply spectacular. As for the hidden object scenes, which are plenty, you will be glad to know that they are supremely entertaining even though a few scenes do repeat. It kept me interested the whole time. I generally don't identify as an expert gamer, more somewhere in the middle, sometimes smarter than the average bear. This is a great game; I liked everything about it.

Terrihle those who are concerned, the game contains one little gimmick — the Magnifier — which is neither annoying nor adds much value to the game. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by davebehave from best hidden object game ive ever played this has got to be the best hidden object game ive played the graphics are so good Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible the story is so good as well that it grabs u in and you forget that its a story for the ones A Fairy Tale give it a poor score im not quite sure what type of game there expecting it to be hidden object games with a certain story line they should read what the game is about before playing or do the trail before buying and then they will not be disappointed saying that the game has grabbed me and looking at the reviews its grabbed many others too so give it a go Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by syndney from Not the usual "knock out a creature with an artifact" game For the info on game play, please check earlier reviews. I feel somewhat entitled and rather competent to finally offer an opinionated review. As a revered agency of the Dark Light, you need to take Whisoered dive into this surreal world of dreams and stop Nightmare from doing more damage to these poor souls. It kept me interested the whole time. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mseasonm from Glad I Gave It A Chance I passed this game up when it first came out because of the terrible reviews which I don't understand at all. It had a really great flow and I was entertained which is Lucky Luke: Transcontinental Railroad I was looking for. But I do like psychological themes without being too morbid so I Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible this one a try and I'm glad I did. The characters were intriguing and developed enough to Terruble about reasonably. While the storyline definitely has some confusing moments, we generally find the characters very fascinating and the pacing excellent.


Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Celestien from Long game with so much extras I absolutely loved this game. There are so many scenes to explore, all the different nightmares and traumas to solve, and then the extra morphing objects, puzzle pieces and memorabilia. The game is also generous when it comes to extras. Not too hard, but not not a cake walk and engaging. There were none for doing inane things, like clicking on an object a hundred times, or failing to use the map for travel which should be considered a crutch, not an achievement. The main game took us four hours to complete, the bonus chapter added another hour of equally-incredible gameplay, and the hidden chapter comes in the form of a surprisingly enjoyable HOP. But I do like psychological themes without being too morbid so I gave this one a try and I'm glad I did.. They were more entertaining than difficult. As for the hidden object scenes, which are plenty, you will be glad to know that they are supremely entertaining even though a few scenes do repeat. I really liked the HOPs, they were not just lists but requiring identifying aspects of an object. I love the new little elements in the hidden object games and the challenge it brings As a revered agency of the Dark Light, you need to take a dive into this surreal world of dreams and stop Nightmare from doing more damage to these poor souls.

Really caught and kept my interest. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by davebehave from best hidden object game ive ever played this has got to be the best hidden object game ive played the graphics are so good and the story is so good as well that it grabs u in and you forget that its a story for the ones that give it a poor score im not quite sure what type of game there expecting it to be hidden object games with a certain story line they should read what the game is about before playing or do the trail before buying and then they will not be disappointed saying that the game has grabbed me and looking at the reviews its grabbed many others too so give it a go Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by syndney from Not the usual "knock out a creature with an artifact" game For the info on game play, please check earlier reviews. This is a great game; I liked everything about it. For those who are concerned, the game contains one little gimmick — the Magnifier — which is neither annoying nor adds much value to the game. The characters were intriguing and developed enough to care about reasonably. The game is also generous when it comes to extras. That is: sometimes you are just done with a place, and you know it. So elaborate, I enjoyed the game immensely. They seem to have mastered each piece of what makes a game truly satisfying. I gave this game full ratings because it deserves it, no doubt. There were none for doing inane things, like clicking on an object a hundred times, or failing to use the map for travel which should be considered a crutch, not an achievement. So this was very fun to play.

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I'm glad I decided to give it a try despite those comments. I generally don't identify as an expert gamer, more somewhere in the middle, sometimes smarter than the average bear. I gave this game full ratings because it deserves it, no doubt. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by krinneyd from Great Game Grandma! While the storyline definitely has some confusing moments, we generally find the characters very fascinating and the pacing excellent. So elaborate, I enjoyed the game immensely. I too almost didn't check this one out as the "sample" didn't seem any different than many of the games offered recently. But this time, having read the reviews, I did. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mseasonm from Glad I Gave It A Chance I passed this game up when it first came out because of the terrible reviews which I don't understand at all. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by davebehave from best hidden object game ive ever played this has got to be the best hidden object game ive played the graphics are so good and the story is so good as well that it grabs u in and you forget that its a story for the ones that give it a poor score im not quite sure what type of game there expecting it to be hidden object games with a certain story line they should read what the game is about before playing or do the trail before buying and then they will not be disappointed saying that the game has grabbed me and looking at the reviews its grabbed many others too so give it a go Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by syndney from Not the usual "knock out a creature with an artifact" game For the info on game play, please check earlier reviews. This is a great game; I liked everything about it. Further, the puzzles include an option to switch between Easy and Hard mode as well as adopt some cool and neat twists. Finding the morphing objects, momentos, and puzzle pieces was challenging, they were not easily seen.

9 thoughts on “Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible

  1. A consistent, rationally coherent, plotline!! I really liked the HOPs, they were not just lists but requiring identifying aspects of an object. They were more entertaining than difficult. The game is also generous when it comes to extras. This was a lot of fun to play.

  2. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Celestien from Long game with so much extras I absolutely loved this game. I don't buy CEs so often because most of the time the extras are predictable, the bonus game is often done hastily - or so it seems, and I don't care for wallpapers and music scores really. There were none for doing inane things, like clicking on an object a hundred times, or failing to use the map for travel which should be considered a crutch, not an achievement. While the storyline definitely has some confusing moments, we generally find the characters very fascinating and the pacing excellent. In this series:.

  3. I'm glad I decided to give it a try despite those comments. This perfect pace, along with the wide variety of locations included in the game, makes Enfant Terrible incredibly addicting — there is never a single moment of boredom in the game. We have seen this theme, storyline, many times. Just not frustrating. For those who are concerned, the game contains one little gimmick — the Magnifier — which is neither annoying nor adds much value to the game.

  4. We have seen this theme, storyline, many times. There were none for doing inane things, like clicking on an object a hundred times, or failing to use the map for travel which should be considered a crutch, not an achievement. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by mseasonm from Glad I Gave It A Chance I passed this game up when it first came out because of the terrible reviews which I don't understand at all. The game is also generous when it comes to extras.

  5. As a revered agency of the Dark Light, you need to take a dive into this surreal world of dreams and stop Nightmare from doing more damage to these poor souls. This was a lot of fun to play. But this time, having read the reviews, I did. They enhance the story rather than obstruct it. I love the new little elements in the hidden object games and the challenge it brings

  6. And when the spot is exhausted, it closes forever. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jumisa from whispered secrets:Enfant terrible collector's edition Liked the game very much. However, instead of taking a more serious tone like the earlier Maze games, Enfant Terrible incorporates more colorful fantasy elements into the plot. Which is surprisingly rare. The visual quality is excellent, the story evolves itself in an interesting way and the characters are done well too.

  7. As for the hidden object scenes, which are plenty, you will be glad to know that they are supremely entertaining even though a few scenes do repeat. Date published: The visuals in Whispered Secrets: Enfant Terrible are simply spectacular.

  8. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jumisa from whispered secrets:Enfant terrible collector's edition Liked the game very much. So elaborate, I enjoyed the game immensely. So this was very fun to play. But this time, having read the reviews, I did. Of course, a part of this needs to be credited to the production team.

  9. Just not frustrating. Beautiful graphics, not too many very difficult puzzles. In this series:.

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