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Surface: The Noise She Couldn't Make

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On a lonely stretch of highway, a young girl is found unconscious, a bloody knife lying next to her. Was she a victim, or did she attack someone? Her doctors are baffled when she fails to respond to treatment. Desperate, they call you in to help. As a psychic, you're used to working with clients who can talk to you. But this girl can't. Enter her mind and work to discover...the noise she couldn’t make...

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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: 758 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Surface: The Noise She Couldn't Make 4.6 5 106 106
You can make this noise: Clap your hands! It's GOOD!!! I enjoyed this a lot. If you've read my reviews before you know I like scary entries. This is not scary, it's mysterious and deep. It's a multi-layered, serious storyline about a girl suffering from a breakdown complicated by a dual personality. Fun Factor: There is a bit of back and forth but I don't find it a distraction or an annoyance. This game is not just fun, it's interesting. I wanted to continue and didn't want to take breaks from playing. Visual/Sound quality: The "set design" is beautiful. There is one scene featuring af moored boat. From the deck you can see sea water smashing against the hull. I watched it for over a minute, just taking in the stunning visuals and thinking that it must have taken a ton of effort to make this so beautiful. The whole game is like this. As for the sound...well, it's not standing out in my mind. It's not irritating. I didn't turn the volume down as sometimes I do if there is a repetitive annoying track. So, sound is a push: not great, not bad. Level of Challenge: While I'm not using the strategy guide, I am using the hint button (which doesn't take long to recharge). I think the game is challenging. The puzzles in the game are great and different from the usual. They are not overly difficult but they also don't insult your intelligence. You have to work to complete them and there's a lot of satisfaction doing it. The HOG scenes: I don't like a lot of HOG and there aren't too many in this. It's a good mix of regular action, puzzles and HOGs. The HOGs also take some work. They aren't jumbled messes. The descriptions are apt. Storyline: Our goal is to save a girl who's mental problems are affecting her physical well-being psychosomatically. We are the eyes and ears and hands of a psychic who's trying to delve into the mind of the afflicted girl. Another character is the narrator who guides the theme by letting us know what the psychic is trying to do. Finally, there are cut scenes from a hospital where the nurse in charge lets us know what physical maladies are putting the girl in imminent danger of death at any given time. I WISH I HAD PURCHASED THE CE SO I HAD AT LEAST ONE MORE CHAPTER TO PLAY. I haven't played other entries from Surface yet (I don't think) so I can't compare. I will be playing one shortly. If it's even close to The Noise She Couldn't Make I'll be happy! I don'f think you could possibly be disappointed with this. I strongly recommend buying it. The way BFG is working these days, I'm sure the CE will be on sale soon, so unless you have to get a game NOW, I'd probably wait for the inevitable sale price. BUT, if you're jonesing for something that is a slam-dunk winner, go ahead and get it now. And get the CE. I only bought the regular edition because I had an expiring coupon and didn't want to waste it. May 1, 2013
the psychology of the mind ...means being creative! Where as most other hidden object games use the direct object to use, this one is creative (like using a string of flags as a rope). I originally thought these psychic games were bogus, but this one tells a story that makes sense. A twist and turn makes this game worth it! December 15, 2012
This game has set my standards high! A+++ Unique story, easy navigation, AWESOME graphics, and just hard enough to be fun but not super annoying. Anyone who enjoys hidden object games will find this game amazing. Simply put. My only dislike is how the lip-synching doesn't match the speech, but that's easily overlooked and a small sacrifice for such an awesome game. Definitely recommended. December 5, 2012
Awesome game, thank you! Big plus for graphics, story, and oh god yes, interactive mapping. This was a fun game overall, and I just don't have anything negative to say about it at all. Had an utter blast playing it. The graphics were very nicely done, the story was refreshing, if a bit dark, the interactive map was perfect, HO scenes were fairly easy without being silly, games were challenging without being tedious or frustrating. Hints were actually, well, HINTS. None of this "nothing to see here" and having to dig out a walkthrough (I always check to see what the hints are like, whether I need 'em or not lol). This is right up there with the MCF Ravenhursts and 13th Skull for faves for me. November 24, 2012
Didn't want it to end This was a really good game. Storyline got me intrigued right away and the graphics are done very well. My only complaint is it was much too short....or maybe it just seemed that way because the time flew by so fast since I was so engrossed in the story. Either way, it is one of my favorites. November 23, 2012
Great Story Line Every so often one game really stands out from the crowd, and this is one of those. Gorgeous graphics and a unique plot treatment that takes the player from "Who is Noise?" to "Why is Noise?" and ends in a thoroughly satisfying resolution. The atmosphere is surreal, which is to be expected since it's the interior of a young lady's mind. But it has an internal logic that is revealed as the player gets to know her. Wonderfully plotted! More of this, please. November 14, 2012
Surface: the noise she couldn't make Excellent game with puzzles that maintain and support the story line. Excellent graphics and sound, but somewhat easy puzzles. I will certainly be playing another Surface game. November 4, 2012
Great game! This is a great game! The landscapes and "worlds" are awesome, the puzzles are refreshing and fun, and the story line is new and compelling. Beautifully done game that is great fun to play! October 29, 2012
Beautiful Hidden Object Game ! I never got bored with this game, not much of a story line but it was engaging and the graphics are great October 29, 2012
LOVED IT! I really liked this game. I really liked the psychology aspect of the game. My job I want to go into after I graduate high school and then college deals with psychology and this game really intrigued me. I think more games like this one that has the psychology aspect with it should be made. I played "Surface: Mystery of Another World" Or whatever its called I can't remember and I finished this one today four hours after I bought it and I really really liked this game I recommend it to anyone who likes great graphics, great storyline, and loves psychology. October 25, 2012
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