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The Torment of Mont Triste

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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?

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 752 MB
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The Torment of Mont Triste 3.8 5 19 19
Overall an excellent game that will not torment... Several reviews gave one star (1 STAR!!??) and they based it on TECHNICAL ISSUES.. That is just so unfair IMO. Therefore, the game is under rated IMO. Not the best game out there, yet very high on the chart given it's attention to detail and interesting and different story. This game grabbed me once I got into it (past the very first intro# and I ended up getting the CE I liked it so much. The story has enough substance without the usual wishy washy side deterrents inherent in many games of late. I thought the graphics, though a bit scaled down to my liking #even with a wide screen monitor#, were absolutely one of the best in terms of original design and quality. The art work is excellent overall. The music is good and appropriate to the settings, I enjoyed the SFx #a big plus for me as I'm sort of picky about that) and voice overs are well done. Another huge PLUS with this game is some definitely unique creative aspects to keep the game flowing. Small additions such as little ghostly footprints or a silhouette mirror reminiscent of the haunted castle in Disney World.. added to the appeal. There was a very generous settings menu allowing one to many choices for sound, music, environment, voice... excellent. The games were somewhat different and I enjoy different. I seldom use strategy guides or hints and IMO the puzzles truly didn't need them, being rather easy on the advanced setting. I didn't have any problems figuring them out, yet I'm certain there are ample resources online should anyone get stuck. Give this one a try... you may be pleasantly surprised as I was... it's an excellent game that should not be overlooked. Enjoy! November 13, 2013
Entertaining hidden object game!!!! loved it hope this series The torment of... continues putting out entertaining hidden object games! November 10, 2013
Great Game The visuals are nicely done. The fun factor is also nicely done. The HOS are easily to understand. November 10, 2013
What a great game Really enjoyed this game, some of the puzzles were a little hard but I am going to play it again and solve them. No technical problems which I am happy about! Liked the idea of dream catching to solve problems. November 13, 2013
Beautiful Game. The colors and graphics were beautiful The mini games were very different and enjoyable. January 26, 2014
pleasent and fun alot of different games. HOS are easy to see. story line interesting. November 13, 2013
Dreams Aren't Always Good! Henry Benoit is a young scientist who had a dream. He was obsessed with the belief that he could bridge a path between dreams and reality. During his experiment something goes wrong, terribly wrong and the Lord of Nightmares has been unleashed! You have been summoned to Mont Triste to investigate because everyone's asleep! You meet a young boy who hands you an amulet that allows you to enter anyone's dreams, how did he get this amulet? Is it a younger version of Henry or perhaps an arch rival of the evil Lord? Now it is up to you to enter the dreams which have become nightmares and solve the demons within and restore the dreams to a more peaceful rest. The hidden object scenes are well done and interactive such as placing a carrot to entice the rabbit out of hiding, and the items are easy to recognize. I wasn't a fan of the mini games because most of them are puzzles that you have slide and twist by pressing buttons that control 4 square tiles and they can get frustrating and may have you pressing the skip button! There was one mini game I loved, you had to click on closed eyes that would reveal different colors or iris shapes to make a matching pair but if you clicked on a non match all the eyes would close and you have to start over. Another game I found interesting was a facial recognition game that proved to me that I don't pay enough attention to details. You are shown a picture of a face and then it disappears and you must duplicate that face by choosing the shape of the face, the color and style of the hair and any other features such as moles, glasses or hair decorations. This is a good game with an interesting story and because you enter several dreams you are constantly getting new scenes to visit. There are no frills in this version, nothing to collect or earn, which can make the game seem a bit slow at times, but not bad for a standard edition, enjoy! November 10, 2013
Differences to the Collector's Edition... :) If you decide to play this Standard-Edition, you?ll miss the following Extras: 21 hidden gnomes, lots of achievements, replayable HOS and minigames, wallpapers, concept-art, movies, music and bonus-chapter with an additional story (approx. 1 more hour to play) and a strategy guide. I liked the graphics! Gentle colours, detailed drawn - though characters are not animated? Gameplay is very fluently; most of the found items are used soon. Some items are used several times, like matches, knife, hammer? Facts: 8 chapters, 3 modes to choose from (absolutely no handholding in hardcore mode: no hint/ skip, active areas don?t sparkle) - can be changed during the game, inventory is lockable, direction giving hint, very useful map showing active areas - has transport-function. 15 hidden-object-scenes, all from list with 4 interactions and all just played once. 46 (!) minigames, some easy like ?Tower of Hanoi?, ?Tangram?, ?Sudoku? or connecting pipes but most of them quite difficult, like repeating patterns, various Slider- and Rotation-Puzzles. There are also some brand-new minigames to solve. Maingame - this Standard Edition - ended conclusively after about 4,5 hours in the 2nd mode (if you don?t skip any minigame!) It is a quite challenging game and if you don?t care about the mentioned Extras, then give it a try!! :) November 10, 2013
CE vs. SE For More Eye Candy? BASED ON DEMO When I first reviewed the CE of this game, I noted that the makings of a good CE were there ? professional production, great graphics, solid story, collectibles and achievements, and, for me at least, nice wallpaper. Still, on a budget, I have waited for the SE before making my buying decision. Well, having played both demos (which on each took 50 minutes, no lollygagging), I think I must recommend the CE. There is just ?that something, something? lacking in this game. And the extras make up for it. They give it that little bit of zing. The game is beautiful, definitely. And imaginative. And so very alive ? everything is richly detailed and well lit. The same can be said for the background noises, special effects and music. All satisfyingly animate. The voiceovers are excellent. The HOPs are very good. I really liked the HOP where there is no gravity. I know it?s been done by others, but not as well. The objects are hidden in plain sight, and are not especially distorted. The interactions are not complex but there is many in each scene. I didn?t need hint at all for them ? which is an achievement in the CE game, so I get a little extra thrill there. *cheeky grin* The puzzles also have their achievements in the CE that are not here in the SE game. Which to my mind adds incentive to persist longer, and therefore get greater satisfaction when we win. There are a lot of puzzles and mini-games and a lot of them I found quite challenging (not that that means much ? I usually do). There are quite a few really neat twists on more ordinary puzzles. For the record, there are also collectibles in the CE game. I didn?t particularly like them because they look pasted in, and I think they were. The game has an interactive jump map and directional hint. So what little adventuring is required is easy enough. So, why the CE? Mostly it?s about the achievements, and the added excitement they can bring to a game. And because I think this game could use a bit more spice. Throw in some gorgeous wallpapers, an extra chapter and the built in strategy guide (for those puzzles I couldn?t get on my own), and I think you have a game worth the extra $$$. If you?re tight, though, this is still a pleasant but not earth shattering game. I don?t recommend this game ? I recommend the CE! November 10, 2013
DREADFUL BUT COLORFUL NIGHTMARES A different kind of story - people who fall asleep succumb to nightmares. The special effects and graphics do make for colorful if dreadful 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 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. SUMMARY: Although the CE has 21 collectible goblins, replayable puzzles-HOS-movies, and 11 music tracks (plus bonus game), I'm not sure it has enough to suggest it over the SE. Unless those are really important to you, I suggest the SE. November 10, 2013
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