Reviews and Problems with Nightfall Mysteries: Asylum Conspiracy
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User review by sotong
17 May 2012
Summary: Very enjoyable game! Fantastic graphics, great artwork, music matched the mood of eeriness, mysteriousness and sense urgency of the theme. Also the ambient sound, effects & animation were very good too. Story was really intriguing and it kept me interested throughout. However, it did reminded me of a little similarity to the movie Shutter Island. Voice acting was alright although there were a bit of inconsistency.
Summary: I really enjoyed the game. I thought it looked great and played well. I was never at a loss for what to do. I have played games more challenging. It looked great, the objects you needed to find were fairly clear, not obscure like some Hidden Object games. The puzzles weren't overly frustrating which I personally like. I didn't really like the end but everything else was A Okay in my book.
Summary: Sorry for the late review, but I believe pretty much everything has been said. That being said, I'd buy any game Vast Studios produces because I know I won't be disappointed. There seems to be a contingency that really want the feature in a Map to jump to, or tell you a place is completed, or whatever. Personally, I'm a big fan of Vast Studios and their game development.
Summary: I give it two stars for the scenery. I was bored playing this game, although the demo seemed interesting. I did not like the puzzles and I found that having so many characters didn't always make sense. Some things didn't look well thought through. For instance I expected to be required to repair the lift or to open the blocked doorway..
Summary: After disliking the first one, I was very hesitant to try this out. But when I did, I have to say I was impressed. This is a very solid game that clearly surpasses its predecessor at many points. The visuals are top notch and pleasing to the eye. The asylum was creepy, especially at the start, but it did taper off quickly though, maybe because I got used to it, or else, well, nothing can be creepier than a room full of dusty dolls staring at your mouse pointer.
Summary: I haven't finished the game yet but I'm thoroughly enjoying it. I agree with others that the HO scenes are way too easy and the repetition of items is something I will never understand in any game. Other than that annoyance, the game itself is still lots of fun and I'm finding the navigation no problem as each room is identified at the top of the screen so you know where you are.
Summary: Finished this game a few days ago; and for what little it may be worth, here's what I thought: Overall Impression: A well-done, iHOG/Adventure blend. A couple of times I felt like you had to do a little too much back-tracking, but overall it was fun and challenging. Media Description: Although the atmosphere of the game was definitely dark and creepy, the graphics were nice and clear for the most part, not fuzzy or hazy.
Excerpt: Nightfall Mysteries: Asylum Conspiracy I detta spel ska du hjälpa Christine att ta reda på vad som har hänt hennes morfar. Christine växte upp på ett barnhem och har nu bestämt sig för att åka till sin enda släkting som hon har, sin morfar. Han är dock försvunnen så Christine måste leta upp honom. Det är du som är Christine i detta spel. Det är massor med föremål att undersöka sam en hel del pussel.