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Secrets of the Dark: Eclipse Mountain

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(467.83 MB)

$ 9.99 USD

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Save your friend from the Demon of Darkness in Secrets of the Dark: Eclipse Mountain! Follow clues left by stone monks in a deserted town in Thailand to uncover a thrilling mystery. Battle the dark and magical werecreatures that want to sacrifice your friend in this macabre hidden object puzzle adventure game!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1280 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
  • Hard Drive: 476 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
  • Alcohol Reference
  • Tobacco Reference
  • Fantasy Violence
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Secrets of the Dark: Eclipse Mountain 4.3 5 89 89
A Very Enthralling Game With Lots To Do - SE Review This review is for the whole game playing in the hardest mode. The story: For those of you who've played "Temple of Night" this time your adventure is in Thailand, and you collect a lot of the native objects traveling between words (old and new). if you haven't played Temple of Night it isn't necessary to do so as this game stands alone on its own. 7 chapters 3 play modes: Regular, Advanced, Hardcore: Hardcore there is no skip or hint. There is a journal which keeps track of notes/some puzzle clues however no map. There is voice over HO scenes: All are interactive along with an extra item you have to find(inventory) at the end of each scene. There's also some scenes "misplaced items" which are down at the bottom and you have to put them back into the scene to acquire an inventory item to use elsewhere. The rooms to acquire some items you have to change the lighting in the room. As I mentioned earlier you are going between worlds (old & new), There's also "special items" that you will acquire and you take it to a statue and put it on the "plate" to be turned into an inventory item to be used in a part of the game. Puzzles: Quite a few puzzles ranging in difficulty from very easy to kinda frustrating at least for me but to those of you who love puzzles and the harder the better well then don't pay attention to what I say about the puzzles here as far as difficulty.. Some of the puzzles are also repeated as you'll do them more than once. My overall impression of the game: I purchased the CE when this game was first released and have done a review for that. Well a little patience must of really sneaked in on me as I took the plunge and played in the hardest mode. I just LOVED this game for the most part as I can sure tell just like the first game Temple of Night the developer put some time and thought into these games. The graphics, voice over, cut scenes are just superb. Very well done here. I also LOVED going between worlds and having to change the room. Just a lot to do and places to go in this game. I didn't have any difficulty at all (even puzzles) until I got to chapter 5 as this is where I lost some patience. I'm not sure what was up with me and chapter 5 but I did have to use the strategy guide since I purchased the CE as I stated to find the last item on a couple of HO scenes as I couldn't find them to save myself. I also could of done without a couple of them puzzles. Way too much going left, right, up, down so many times to solve it as these are repeated a couple of times. Good Lord I looked those up in the guide or I'd probably still be sitting here trying to solve those. Oh and I also could of did without the move the ball and trying to get the "cap piece" to the center. As you move the ball the cap piece goes in the other direction and trying to navigate that well if you don't have arthritis like I do well you just might after that puzzle. I didn't look this one up but that was tough navigating for me. This is also why i knocked down the "fun factor" to good as them puzzles a couple of them I didn't care for. As for game length: Main game 6 hours for me . Definitely long enough for me and that's without bonus play. Overall, even though I didn't care for a couple of them puzzles there was just way too much I LOVED about this game so I'm giving it 5 stars. Thanks Big Fish and developer. As always definitely give it a whirl and decide for yourself June 1, 2012
A little different The changing of the illumination in the rooms make for a slightly different from normal game. You really have to try and remember where you saw things when you achieve a new item. There are not a lot of hidden object scenes which I find ideal. The puzzles are generally easy but there are a few harder ones in there. It's a fairly long game so it's pretty good value for money too. June 13, 2012
Awesome game I absolutely loved this game. It was fun and challenging. It holds your attention. I really enjoyed that you have to go all over going between two different time periods. I would highly recommend this game ! June 1, 2012
Great game for the price This game kept on going and I really enjoyed it especially for the price. It was great at least in my opinion June 1, 2012
excellent i really enjoy this game and have fun excellent graphic,story ,it took 2 days to end it,s worth for the price, i don,t mind if they made another one June 3, 2012
No more secrets I thoroughly enjoyed playing this game. Once you suss out the little mini games which isnt too much of an ordeal. You should get several hours of playing. I know that I will be playing it far into the future. June 2, 2012
An addicting surprise Once I started playing, I couldn't stop. A different kind of game play that kept the game fun as well as interesting. The visuals and music were just enough to add good ambiance. Fairly simple puzzles. No map, so you have to remember, but not enough to hurt your brain, lol. Be sure to add your favorite game when writing a review so others can check it out, as I like to. ty game on...... May 11, 2013
Clever puzzles This was a pretty cool game. Some of the puzzles were quite unique, in that, I had not seen that type before. I really liked this game because it kept me interested. Some of the other points that keep this up in the "get this game" range, are the graphics and the sounds. I usually mute the speaking and don't mind reading some of the story so this was great because there was more action than reading. Try it! June 14, 2012
Enjoyed this game. Great long game. Good story. Good graphics. Enjoyed the time changing rooms. You have to remember where everything is. (Now where was that???) The HOS were a little easy but fun. I am not one for puzzles but some of these were different. Really enjoyed them. April 10, 2014
Worth the money This is a great game...particularly if you like the puzzles. Lots of HOPs. Be sure and take notes. There's no map or task list. March 17, 2014
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