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The Torment of Mont Triste Collector's Edition

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Stop the terrifying Lord of Nightmares in The Torment of Mont Triste! After a scientific experiment goes horribly wrong, a shadowy figure begins appearing throughout the town of Mont Triste, bringing the citizens' most terrifying visions to life as they sleep. They call him the Lord of Nightmares. Local authorities are exhausted and helpless against this otherworldly threat. They have enlisted you to come to the picturesque mountain town to solve the bizarre case. You must track down the villain and stop him before the entire world becomes gripped in a terrifying nightmare. After all, everyone must fall asleep eventually... can you help the citizens of Mont Triste awaken?

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:

  • Play the bonus game to enter more dreams
  • Stop the Lord of Nightmares from returning
  • Download soundtracks and wallpapers
  • Exquisite screensavers and concept art
  • Use the integrated Strategy Guide
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: 10.9/10.8/10.7/10.6
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 954 MB
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The Torment of Mont Triste Collector's Edition 4 5 49 49
BEAUTIFUL PRODUCTION BUT SEEMS FAIRLY EASY A different kind of story - people who fall asleep succumb to nightmares. You must help the coachman, paperboy, Lillian, Henri and Gabriella escape their nightmares by entering into their dreams. It didn't take long to help the coachman. The others appear to take longer. There doesn't appear to be an unsurmountable amount of travel (and you do have an interactive map to alleviate any travel). You get 4 volume controls, widescreen, interactive map and 3 difficulty modes. The CE has 21 collectible goblins, replayable puzzles-HOS-movies, and 11 music tracks (plus bonus game). The puzzles are really easy, which is why I gave the game only 3 stars for level of challenge. But the artistry and care with detailing the locations and the special effects more than make up for that. The interactive HOS are very detailed and, although a bit crowded in sections of the scene, you should have no trouble finding most of the objects. The hint recharges fairly fast if you need it to find the last couple items. The achievements are generally earned by normal gameplay, such as rescuing the 6 sleepers and playing HOS/puzzles without hints. SUMMARY: I'm not sure that the CE has enough extras to suggest it over the SE when it comes out. Maybe if it had additional types of collectibles. But the special effects and graphics make for colorful if dreadful nightmares. October 12, 2013
Step Into My Nightmare... The story opens with a man in a strange chair-like contraption having a 'Eureka!' moment. It is the moment he has been waiting for; linking the world of dreams with the real world. Unfortunately, something goes horribly wrong and he opens a portal, freeing the Lord of Nightmares instead. (who looks remarkably like Dracula). You play the part of a detective, asked by the townspeople to end their nightmares. You travel there by horse and coach, but as soon as you get there your coachman falls asleep and the Lord of Nightmares appears. And so the story begins. 3 levels I loved the music; dramatic at appropriate times, softer at others. Beautiful artwork List style HOS but they are clear and fairly easy; slightly interactive Notes you find give the backstory 21 collectables Bonus chapter Mouths do not move in voice overs Puzzles are pretty good, with a couple that were deceptively tricky I found the concept of going into the nightmares to save the townspeople intriguing, and the demo hour passed too quickly so I will be adding this game to my collection. This review, however, is just my opinion, and as with all games, I recommend trying it for yourself October 12, 2013
Your Dreams Become Nightmares! The longer you play, the better it gets. The premise of entering a nightmare and defeating the demons of the dream has been done many times, but in this one the dreams are cool (in fact, the first one is cold!) and solving the nightmare is tricky. You are a detective who has been summoned to the town of Mont Triste and before you can even enter the town, your coachman falls asleep and the world becomes snow-covered. You meet Blanc, a boy who gives you the Amulet of Dreams, so you can go inside the nightmare and resolve the problem and stop the snow. It seems the Lord of Nightmares has appeared and is taking over everyone's dreams. He kind of looks like the scientist Heny Benoit who was trying to bridge reality and dreams but his experiment went awry. Blanc is eventually captured by the Lord of Nightmares so you have to save him as well as the town. The game has clever mini-puzzles to solve -- some easy, some I had to skip. The HOS are all lists, with a few twists -- one has items floating in air. There are 21 stone goblins to find, 3 modes of play, locking inventory, widescreen support, and a fast recharging hint button. The more I played, the more involved I became. A definite buy! October 12, 2013
Excellent Puzzle Adventure This review is based on the hour's trial. The game contains story threads seen in other games but spun into a slightly different form. Several nightmares must be entered and "cured". The graphics are clear and run smoothly - the sound quality is unmemorable. The game will be popular with players who do not like too much running backwards and forwards as a lot of usable items seem to be located close to their destinations. Hidden object scenes are kept to a minimum and contain intereactive elements. There are impish collectibles to be found. The main attraction of the game lies in the number and variety of the puzzles to be solved. Even played in the hardest of the three modes of difficulty this promises to be great fun and well worth thwe purchase. October 12, 2013
Worthy of being a CE... I'm basing this review on the trial hour. The time flew by as I was enjoying the game so much. Amazing graphics and special effects and non intrusive music. The HOS (although pretty much usual interactive junk pile) has moving graphics and style is excellent. Easy to find what you need on the list too. Three modes of play (I'm playing advanced) and can be changed during game play. Only collectables are gargoyles in each scene. Puzzles are fairly unique, and quite difficult. Require a lot of patience which I haven't got. Even in advanced mode the puzzle skip renews fairly quickly. Not overly spooky and scary, but critters you come across are really well done. Quite linear in game play, and there is a map but I didn't find it very helpful. Hint system is more along the lines of 'I'm all done here', and there is some light hearted humour if you're doing things wrong. Built in SG as would be expected with a CE. You can tell a lot of effort went into this game by the devs, and so far I'm loving every minute of it! They've made a genre of iHOGs, that is becoming a bit stale into something quite unique. The difficulty level is spot on, and from the outset you really have to search the scenes carefully to avoid missing anything... October 12, 2013
FUN-FACTOR SKY HIGH, EXECUTED BEAUTIFULLY BASED ON COMPLETED GAME IN 2nd (Advanced) of 3 modes. It had few sparkles around HOS, minimal black bar hints. Terrific! This game has all the classic elements to make for top quality gaming. The story instantly draws the player in, then delivers unique and top quality artwork/graphics, HOS, MINI-GAME, and ADVENTURE that keep the player absorbed rather than serving as a distraction. The team did a wonderful job keeping quality on "High" through to the end. DETAILS ------------- STORY/GAME PLAY: Our mission is to save a the people of a town trapped in their own nightmares. The back story unfolds in cut-scenes with VOs as the player discovers various documents throughout the town. The story advances as the player, using a special doo-hicky, enters the nightmares of the town folk one by one conquering the evil within. What a great construct-all kinds of room for sequels. ARTWORK/GRAPHICS: Despite the variety of locations in the nightmares, the scenes are cohesive and well integrated with beautifully rendered, vibrant but not gaudy graphics. The artwork was unique, offering the humorous, the kooky, the gorgeous, the sinister-Whatever needed for nightmare lands. I just stopped and looked at many scenes. There was a lot to see and meticulous detail. HOS: The artwork/graphics made the scenes and items fun and interesting. Most HOS are mildly interactive and there are a couple of silhouette style. MINI-GAMES: This is where this game breaks from the pack, taking the lead. Never did I have the sense of "been there done that". The games were beautiful, fun, UNIQUE, and some with twists on old favorites that made these games new to me. There are a good number of them. I really loved them all. THANKS so much team. KUDOS on an excellent job! ADVENTURE: Plenty o' things to find and hidden well enough to be easily overlooked. I appreciated that at times the next action was not obvious and required thought. MUSIC: Sorry, didn't listen, so can't comment. COLLECTIBLES: YES. 21 easily located little gargoyles. I suspect those who love morphing/cursed objects and collectibles will probably not be satisfied. AWARDS: YES. Nothing special. Each time a chapter (Nightmare turned to dream) completed there was an award in addition to the usual fair of completing HOS with no hints, etc. GIMMICKS: YES. Nightmares are entered through a special device that is kept at the bottom left part of the screen and glows whenever it is time to use it. There was also for a time an ice butterfly and a forest Sprite providing assistance. ------------------- REALLY great job team! This is the perfect game for those drawn to HOS, MINI-GAME, ADVENTURE with little hand holding. Those who want more meaty action in the achievements and collectibles category may be disappointed. October 24, 2013
Didn't torment me!! I liked this game very much, even though similar storylines has been told many times. The graphics are very good, playability is good, there is also a map to jump scenes. The game flows well and the Ho screens are clear. There are lock puzzles a plenty and gargoyles to collect just for a bit more interest. I enjoyed the demo very much and a definite buy for me. October 12, 2013
Totally fun game! This game I am truly enjoying. I rate it 5 stars. The humor is awesome. I love the way they had written the story as well as the main character's dialogue. Going into different dreams is cool. I am truly enjoying the characters of the game and the whole concept of the game. Kudos to the team! Story: You have to go into the people's nightmares and set things straight as well as apprehend the Lord of Nightmares. (Different concept and makes me want to see what happens). Music: Done really well and fits the game just right. Kudos to the team. Mini Games: So far from the ones I did, not hard or easy, just right. Hint System: Can be used in or out of H0GS. Map: Jump map. Graphics: Really beautiful. Yes, on the cartoon side, but extremely well done. Kudos guys! Well, going back to the game as I want to see what happens next! October 12, 2013
the torment of monte triste Ce brilliant game I can say this is a very good game , having done the Beta survey, You have to stop the Lord of nightmares, you enter the nightmare and solve the problem, leaving the person encased in the nightmare relieved and comfortable to sleep naturally and free from the nightmare, The graphics are excellent, the music is good, I think with this game I have said enough, it is certainly worth the buy and very enjoyable, and better for you to enter the game and do your stuff, I think it will suit all from beginner to expert. October 12, 2013
Enjoyable Hidden object, very interactive Great story line. Very interactive. Graphics were great. Map included. Puzzles appear to be simple but did take some thought and not always as easy as they appeared. Enjoyed this game. October 12, 2013
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