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The Fall Trilogy Chapter 3: Revelation

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After a new fall, you wake up in a Victorian house. A letter briefs you for a new mission in the The Fall Trilogy 3: Revelation! The lady of the house urges you to take care of her husband and pleads for your help. Use your talents to complete you journey in this exciting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game! Can you get through the challenges, make the connections, and finally figure out what is happening to you?

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 130 MB
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I played the 3 Chapters!!! AMAZING GAMES!!! I was waiting to be on vacation to play the same day one after the other "The Fall Trilogy". What a fantastic trilogy in deed. I recommend to start from Chapter I, then II and finally III. Nice graphics, puzzles, and interesting story! Any way...it seems "will continue". I finished each of them within 2 1/2 hours. I took me about 10 hours to complete all of them. Don't need strategy games or walkthrough assistance. Puzzles are challenging but nothing you cannot resolve. I highly recommend to buy all three. December 28, 2011
Beautiful, Relaxing and Thought Provoking As indicated there are 3 games. The first, IMHO, is the best. That said, I did not play part 2, just didn?t like the look or feel (personal preference on scenery, check the demo and you will see what I mean). Part 3 is adventure game meets find X of X. ?Not you?re standard HO, no junk pile, no list?find so many of this item, and items have relevance. ?All graphics (HO included) are crisp and clear. Very beautiful. ?Music is very relaxing and enjoyable. ?Puzzles are very different and you can select your level of difficulty (or easy). ?Options available to change resolution size, I still came up just short of filling my 15? laptop (maybe inch each side), but it was definitely better than black bars. ?No map, no need?you?re in a house with a few rooms, yard, and shed. ?No journal, no need. ?Task bar with hints available, hint fills in relatively quickly. ?Inventory items are used fairly quickly after finding. ?At conclusion of game your given information on length of play (mine was 3hrs 44 min), hints used, number of skips, etc. It may be considered a short game but it is very enjoyable, relaxing and draws you in. While the game actually tells you what to get/find and do, getting, finding and doing are more challenging (especially the doing..which would be your puzzles). Part 1 (personal favorite) sets up the story and lets you draw your own ideas of what is reality or not. Part 2, well I didn?t like the look/feel so didn?t play. This, part 3, is the conclusion and explains everything from part 1 to present?.or does it? I highly recommend you play part 1 first, regardless if you play 2 and/or 3. August 11, 2012
Fun game Worth a try , nice puzzles and story line October 8, 2013
Entertaining Love the game, good story, great grafic, and fun to play November 20, 2011
THIRD ONE IS THE BEST I have now played all 3 of the Trilogy games and I liked the 3rd one the best. It seemed rather short, though. This game does lead you around by the nose, as the talking protagonist pretty much tells you exactly what you have to do next. I didn't find that all that annoying; I much prefer something like that than the games that send you chasing after yourself with no rhyme or reason. The type of play involved in these games takes a bit of getting used to, which is probably why I liked the 3rd game the best. If you want to play any of them, I suggest you play all of them, and in order. May 19, 2014
poor sequel, short and very easy I would recommend playing the other 2 games first, in this casual adventure series by Kheops to understand the story so far but you don?t have to. Like the first two games which has a completely different setting in each game, the tradition continues. This time you wake up in 1886, in a house as a doctor. You then as you go through the house, discover things you have to do and collect. There are a lot of 'find 15 same items' areas. There are not different scenes as a hidden object scene would be, but it is integrated into the areas you are. You can play this game in 360 or by using arrows, you can go into the menu and change it there. You have a task menu to your left, and if you click on the ? beside it, it will give you clues to your task. The puzzles do have a skip button as well as the option to make it easier. For those that have played the other 2 - You may be disappointed. This has gone more 'generic', mainstream. It seems very straightforward even easy to me. There is a lot of 'find same items' areas. I really liked the first in the series, more complicated and some of the puzzles quite hard. The 2nd one I didn't like so much, but I found that harder than this. This seems so easy! It just didn?t seem like a sequel to the others. I can't believe how short it was. I played on hard and it was about 3 and a half hours. And I recommend you playing it on hard as this is a short and very easy game. I was playing the first game for ages compared with this. I liked the cellar puzzle in the demo, and thought there would be a lot more interactive play like that. There ended up being far too many 'find same items'. The difference between the first game and this one, that I missed - the first had complex puzzles, non linear (to an extent) game play, bit of head scratching. This was very straightforward what to do next, easy puzzles (as in you know what you had to do, even if it took you a while). The first game was an A this ended up being a B or B+. The ending was satisfying - not a surprise which was good. I did enjoy it, in a casual, don't have to think too much about this game kind of way and I wanted to see the end. Just a shame that the standard dropped so much from the first game, and such completely different type of gameplay that it didn?t feel like a sequel. Only recommend for true lovers of the first two in the series who wants to know the ending, and if you can get it at as a DD. (edited from my original review but still feel the same) May 8, 2012
Not recommended buying The game itself is good but after purchasing I only had one hour of gameplay left, therefor I would not recommend the purchase. April 17, 2012
Storyline Was Better Than Gameplay First, let me say I never played the two previous games in the trilogy. And I don't feel I missed out on anything. The flashbacks were enough to give me a general idea of what had happened. Secondly, the man who provided the voice of the main character had a sexy, calm demeanor and that is the only reason I played the game to the end. Puzzles were pathetically easy and there was a lot of handholding throughout the entire game. Plus, the shortness of the game was ridiculous. I'm assuming from the ending that there will be yet a 4th installment. Hope the developer finds new talent before they decide to release that one. August 11, 2012
Boring I played the first one, liked it. The second in the series was terrible and this one is even worse. The voice over is deadpan and boring. If you click on what it asks for and it's not right, the voice tells you it's not what you want, over and over again. I could only play about 20 minutes before I was ready to slit my wrists...A complete waste of time. March 3, 2013
Unimpressed I wasn't thrilled with these games. I bought and played 1, 2, & 3, but would probably only give them a 2 or 3 star rating. Just wasn't worth the purchase. February 4, 2012
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