Dark Dimensions: Somber Song Collector's Edition

Full version game
(1.41 GB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

From Daily Magic, makers of Dark Dimensions: City of Fog and Dark Dimensions: Wax Beauty, comes the next exciting chapter in the Dark Dimensions series!

You’ve traveled across the country, tracking down dark dimensions in search of your missing family, when you stumble upon a violent one that has taken over the city of Seven Oaks, North Dakota. The black smoke is chasing people and captured a young girl right in front of your eyes. What caused this dark dimension, and who is being controlled by its influences? You must investigate for the truth behind the town’s recent tragedy if you want to save its future. A friendly spirit may help you, but can you trust him? Free the people and save the town in this exciting hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

  • Bonus chapter, featuring an exciting epilogue!
  • Find collectibles that unlock bonus Match-3 levels
  • Exclusive diary that chronicles the game’s development!
  • Concept art gallery, soundtrack, and wallpapers
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1552 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Dark Dimensions: Somber Song Collector's Edition 3.6 5 55 55
Scary Bad! I did not like this game. While the story line was good the ending ruined it, but I'll get to that later. The art work was very good and the music score was haunting and also very good. There was an interactive map that showed where there were tasks, and the hint button did not tell you exactly what to do next...thank goodness. There were collectibles that were pieces of music scores that fit together and told you some of the story. There was a fire at a school that killed children twice in different centuries. One of the victims mom was so grieved that she turned to evil and was part of the bad guy team, the other was this puff of smoke thing that was never fully explained. Your job is to save the remaining survivor from their clutches. Okay that's where the good ends. The HOS were all interactive. You have to find a piece of an item and then when it is back together you have to use it on another item, and so on. That is okay if it has some common sense involved. There was none. You have to run your cursor over the entire scene to find the gear turning icon to figure out what needed work on, BUT no clue for what actually needed to be used on the item and let me tell you that there were MANY times that I had to use the hint button to figure it out. It was very frustrating and to make it worse there were MANY HOS. Some of the puzzles had no instructions, some had vague instructions, and a few were good. SPOILER ALERT: The ending really pushed me over the cliff on this one. You cast out the demon smoke thing out of the little girl survivor, then the little boy ghost who has been helping you come against his evil mom magically comes back to life and the evil mom who has been wreaking havoc on the whole city snaps out of her evilness and says "I thought I had lost you forever." Really!!?? Not fall over in shock and have a heart attack!? I am with the other reviewers who scratch their heads and wonder why the same people give these raving 5 star reviews over and over again. I'm here to present a realistic view of the game so you can see its shortcomings and decide if you want it. As for me I won't be recommending this one March 30, 2014
I can't believe I bought this CE game! I always play the demo and read some of the reviews. I guess I wasn't paying attention because I bought this and hate it! I played this game in the casual or easy mode. I didn't complete the game. It has a interactive map which I liked. It has pretty scenery, well some of it is. I didn't pay much attention to the music. I was lost shortly after starting this game. Just not a good enough story to pull me along in the game. I love HOS, but I soon began to dread the sparkly area because I knew I was going to have to go to the Guide to help with the HOS. What? I pride myself in going down a list to find objects without using the hint button. (I'm OCD#. The hint button was of no use in these HOS -- I had to use the GUIDE! How embarrassing. I hated the HOS. Did I make myself clear - I HATED THE HOS! Another thing that irritated me was the collecting of torn music sheets of which I have no idea their use #I am not planning to complete this game#. First you pick it up, then you have to touch it a 2nd time before it goes into a stored area. What a useless thing to do. My advice is to play the demo for the full time #I have a feeling I didn't). I don't recommend this game and especially not for a beginner. I also plan to check out the forum. I have a feeling there is more information there. March 18, 2014
Not for me, sorry Ridiculously easy; unimaginative; awful cutscenes. I stopped playing and deleted it. I don't understand the 5 star ratings. March 14, 2014
Its waste of money to buy for entertainer Its waste of money to buy for entertainer especially for HOD. its difficult to find the object. the MAP is showing the active task to some where but actually there is not task is over there. totally i feel to irritation to play this game. i wont recommend to anyone to buy this game March 15, 2014
no good because it took me long time . March 28, 2014
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