Dark Dimensions: Wax Beauty Collector's Edition

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(697.42 MB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

You’ve tracked down the latest Dark Dimension to Red Lake Falls, where a haunting beauty queen begs you to save the town – but from whom? Is it her brother, last seen busting through a shop window in a jealous rage? Or his stalker girlfriend? The real villain in this thrilling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game just might shock you – unless you’re turned into wax first!

This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card!

The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Bonus gameplay
  • Integrated Strategy Guide
  • HD Wallpapers
  • Concept art
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 772 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
  • Mild Blood
  • Violent References
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Dark Dimensions: Wax Beauty Collector's Edition 4 5 93 93
STORY IS A BAG OF CHEETOS SUMMARY: Red Lake Falls, MI disappeared after an earthquake in 1918 and you are investigating what happened after your previous successes. Story centers around a pageant beauty queen, her zealous brother, and a wax museum. The story becomes quite complicated and takes more twists and turns than a bag of Cheetos. But it is still easy to follow because it is very logical. A lot of fun to play. Very involved but logical gameplay, so you don?t feel overwhelmed. LENGTH: Took almost 5 hours to play, so above average length. Ended in a satisfactory whirlwind. HOS: Very many and very interactive. Find an object then use it to complete another object, but it is not obvious at all what needs to be done. (Ex: objects are clean paper and tale. You have to find a scroll which unrolls to a clean piece of paper, put it into a typewriter and emerge with a tale.) Then there are the usual interactive objects. PUZZLES: Quite a few ? usually you have to find the pieces to complete. Some pieces of a puzzle may be found within an hour, but others not for another hour or two of gameplay. But you can usually place them as you find them (so your inventory tray doesn?t seem so loaded). Some puzzles lack very informative explanations of exactly what you have to do. It can therefore be trial and error (or you can just skip when you run out of trial and patience). GRAPHICS; ARTISTRY; LOCATIONS; MAP: People who posed for the wax figures appear as whispy characters. Very well done. There is a lot of special effects artistry in the cutscenes and especially in the ending. There is no map. There aren?t that many locations to begin with. Suddenly, about 2 hours into the game, you open location after location and have lots of inventory (to which you keep adding), so I?d suggest using inventory as soon as you can. Thankfully, the locations are close together and you seldom have to travel more than 4 or 5 screens to get the next location you need (and that is usually backing out and then going forward once or twice). HINTS: Casual has a fairly fast recharge. If you want direction, you sometimes get a message that you?ve searched the area thoroughly and should look elsewhere. Othertimes, you get a direction arrow pointing you in the general direction of where activities are pending. Didn?t figure out why you get one or the other. November 30, 2013
Yes please more like this I love this sort of game. I would buy now but I have spent out this month. I may well buy it next month though. April 28, 2012
Excellent addition to the Dark Dimensions collection This was a great game to play, just enough HOS to be useful, the puzzles are a wide range of difficulties and the graphics are very clear and realistic in some scenes. VOs are good but be glad you can read along at the bottom too since most of the time they don't sync up with the characters.Two levels of play makes it nicer. Eerie storyline with gruesome twist, I LOVED IT! But then this is my kind of story. I look forward to the next installment to the Dark Dimensions collection soon! May 12, 2012
Great but short! This is the 'lightest' of the dark dimensions games that I've played so far and by a long shot the shortest! That said, I loved it! It is obviously a play on House of Wax but that said there is the normal spooky ghosts, bits that jump out at you etc etc. A great game and good fun. October 26, 2014
One of the Best Games Played! Purchased in May 2012 and just got around to playing. I must say, this is one of the best games in a while! A year ago, as you can see by the number of reviews and just the 4 stars, this particular game did not compare to the others being developed around that time. A lot has changed! Excellent games are getting fewer and fewer. Another Dark Dimensions game, this one is lengthy but without an interactive map which honestly wasn't needed. Waxed beauty is a perfect title. The storyline is quite good and I enjoyed playing. Still finishing up the Bonus Content. The artwork is breathtaking and the music should have won some awards! Thank you, Developers! More like this, please! Enjoy! -Mama Mia- June 28, 2013
great story line fun to play. just enough to keep you playing June 27, 2013
Awesome Game! I love the game! It's fun, the musics and sights are beautiful, and the game was fun. It was a little scary, but fun. June 7, 2013
Great Game The storyline is basically sis won a beauty pageant and jealous twin brother rises in the ranks of town's new wax museum. But what happened to the residents after freaky deaky earthquake. Early on it's not hard to figure that mystery out. But as to the game, it's called "dark" for a reason so the dreariness did not bother me and I have "old" eyesight. The HOGs could be difficult because a LOT of them were interactive and the areas were dark and overly jumbled. The mini-games were relatively easy. The voiceovers were clear and concise for me, although I noticed others complained about this. The hint button recharged fairly quickly. I like to play both the CE and SE free trials when available as I did this time and finished the SE with 27 minutes to spare. I will probably not purchase the CE based on the reviews of the bonus chapter. But, overall, I loved this game and Glam-Ma says go for the free trial, that's what it's there for. June 6, 2013
Great game! Beautiful graphics, lots of locations, no sparkles in hard mode much better than Dark Dimensions City of Fog. December 1, 2012
This is a great mind bender Hi all - I feel bad not having reviewed this earlier and helped you all find a great game. I yearn for complex, difficult adventures with great graphics and a riveting storyline. So if you are like me, then tune into this little treasure - it will have you hopping back and forth with so much to keep track of. Good mental gymnastics. I also loved City of fog, so this group of games is up there with the Best of them. October 10, 2012
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