Tales of Terror: Crimson Dawn

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(234.21 MB)

$ 9.99 USD

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A group of hooded, shadowy figures abduct your brother right before your eyes in Tales of Terror: Crimson Dawn! Your search for him leads you to a remote mansion plagued by a sinister secret. Can you unravel the mystery and rescue your brother from eternal darkness? Find out in this thrilling Hidden Object adventure game!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 288 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Tales of Terror: Crimson Dawn 3.4 5 63 63
Mirror worlds just mirror eachother. Not only that, the story lagged and was not as fast paced as other adventures. In the end, we only stop a portal so this developer has some growth to do story wise. But if this is a debut game, it is acceptable. May 13, 2013
A LITTLE CREEPINESS Your brother has been kidnapped and you have to save him from a cult. Although this is a HOG, there are more puzzles and mini-games than HOS. The puzzles tend to be more of the sliding and swap styles than any others. Not too difficult. HOS are large and not too crowded; some interaction is required. Live actors add interest. But dialogue is written. Hints recharge vary quickly and point to where action is possible. Although there are some ?scary? or creepy elements in the story, they are not overplayed. Visuals are detailed, but could be a little crisper (at least on my extra-large screen). Sound effects are minimal. Sound storyline. About 3 - 4 hours casual. October 31, 2012
Just Okay My biggest complaint about this game is that many of the puzzles didn't work very well. Also, no hints about how to play them. Otherwise, a nice Sunday exercise. January 6, 2013
There was no Terror Game wasn't the best ,it was just okay for me. Very easy to play. Didn't take long to finish. November 5, 2012
Just Okay This was disappointing for me. I liked that it offered a bit different storyline, and I found the HO's pleasant enough, all in all very simple, and not nearly enough challenge or complexity. I just finished the demo, and will not buy this game. September 27, 2012
Tales Of terror: crimson dawn. Ho-hum. Boring! Sorry this just wasn't my cup of tea.It didn't hold my interest. September 23, 2012
Tales of What Terror? I started this game 3.5 hours ago. It's done. I got no sound 'effects'. Just ok music. No owls hooted, no fires crackled, no doors squeaked, no key sounds #though LOTS of keys#. I realized the silence of this game not long after I bought it. Oh well. It was worth the free game coupon. I guess. It coulda been a great game if someone had cared enough. I'm a tiny bit sick of 'save my brother' games. All brothers are not doofus's, XXXXXX <---spoiler removed. We didn't even meet the bad guy ******** <---Spoiler removed. Makes me wonder if.....nah they wouldn't do that. September 22, 2012
Could Have Been Good The game could have been really good, but I had hardly any sound except for music, and once I turned that off I had no sound, it started out with some speaking, but then that was it, when I clicked an item or discovered anything, there was no sound to indicate I had done anything..Maybe it was a glitch with my game, but with out sound, I won't be buying it... December 6, 2014
OK for a beginner This was disappointing for me. I found the HOG were pleasant enough, although there were a bit large and overcrowded but all in all very simple, and not nearly enough challenge for me. Hints recharge very quickly. Sound effects are minimal. I just finished the demo, and will not buy this game. June 16, 2014
Totally & Utterly Forgettable GAME COMPLETED TWICE I have just completed this game again and for the life of me I can?t think what appealed to me enough for me to buy it. I am even having trouble remembering what it?s about right now. Its biggest impact is in the opening moments ? loved that. Unfortunately that was the best part of the game. The story (I think) was typical - lame brother gets in over his head with some seriously evil dude trying to rule the world with magic. And of course you?re the only one who can stop him, there?s some magic artifact you have to find, etc. All totally predictable. There was one thing that I liked but I don?t want to do a spoiler. But, interesting things with mirrors. Oh, and no black side bars ? dark red corpuscles instead. Does that rate as an improvement? What I can tell you is that there were a fair number of HOs, and all the puzzles were familiar ones. Except the colourful skulls door lock (see free screenshot on this page), which was a lot of fun as well as something new. There was no map and no colourful extras. Just a straight forward B grade low budget HOPA. The voiceovers weren't particularly well synced with the live actor scenes, but I don?t understand why other reviewers get worked up about that. I just ignore their mouths. The music and ambient sounds didn?t register on me at all. The graphics were much the same mediocre ? at no point actually bad ? performance. I?m straining my brain, but I really can?t imagine who this game might best appeal to . Nothing suggests itself. And even though it is far from the worst game I?ve seen, I wouldn?t even recommend it as a Daily Deal. March 19, 2013
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