Echoes of Sorrow II

Full version game
(645.06 MB)

$ 9.99 USD

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Step into a dream machine and travel through your husband's mind to reveal the truth of what really transpired on the evening that left him comatose and your children missing. It's a whole new world inside his head—a world not as bright and joyful as the one on the outside—and in the face of tragedy, you must navigate the darkness to unravel the events of that fateful night. Become entranced by this immersive story as you solve challenging puzzles, find scattered clues, and reclaim your kidnapped children.

  • 47 locations
  • 20 mini-games
  • Two difficulty modes
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 772 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
Echoes of Sorrow II


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Echoes of Sorrow II 3.4 5 23 23
ECHOES II FAILS TO FAITHFULLY REPEAT I too, (or should I say II, what's with the roman numerals?) own and have played the first EOS and liked the game. This one is hard to relate to the original. It is not a continuation. Drawing style is grainy and unfinished looking. The voice overs are ok but are only heard during cut scenes, not other dialog. The music - if you can call it that - is really hard to endure. There is no discernable melody, rather it sounds like random notes played on a piano continually, with a discordant harmony. See other's recap of the story, that does not make much sense to me either. Halfway through the demo, the game scene changes from a house to a hospital. At this point it seems like you are playing a totally different game. The hidden object scenes have no interaction other than finding the object. And they are not well thought out either. Objects totally unrelated to the scenes are pictured. Examples from a scene in a hospital storeroom: a film reel, cassette tape, video cassette, portrait etc. Those who do not like "sparkles" will notice they are everywhere you look, except they appear after you hover your mouse over an active area. This game is not really up to the standards of what is being released today, and never really drew me in to the story so I cannot recommend it. February 3, 2014
Poor done, no fun Already after the intro everyone knows, who is good and bad in the game, except the main character of course. Even in expert mode every new year fireworks would look pale against all the glitter. Logic? Negative. But a real laugh you will find: Clicking a dark hole in a hospital room lets the main character say, "I wont put my hand in it - who knows if not a rat will bite me." Couple minutes later, we already got, what was in the hole, her husband is laying in the bed. Glitter tells us to click him. As we do, our heroine tells us outraged: "I wont put my hand in it - who knows if not a rat will bite me." Puzzles are ok - all well known and based on logic and patience. Too less effort, no care for the game, that is what it feels like. A shame for the money. February 3, 2014
Sparkles everywhere!!!!! I don't often write reviews, but I couldn't resist today. (Feeling kind of snarky after last night's game). I literally lasted 3 minutes playing this game. There were only 2 levels of play, so you can't turn off all the sparkles, and they are everywhere. No challenge whatsoever, in my opinion. The game was quickly deleted. February 3, 2014
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