Nightmares from the Deep: Davy Jones Collector's Edition

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(968.09 MB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

Brought to you by Artifex Mundi, the creators of the Enigmatis series and Grim Legends: The Forsaken Bride.

Nightmares from the Deep: Davy Jones is the final chapter in the pirate trilogy Nightmares from the Deep, and tells the story of fearless museum custodian Sarah Black and her daughter, Cory.

After discovering mysterious notes confirming the truth of the Davy Jones legend, Sarah calls a press conference to reveal to the whole world that the old sea-devil and his mythical treasure are real, hidden away on a mysterious island.

Suddenly, the galleon of the infamous pirate appears on the horizon, and Davy Jones himself breaks into the museum to kidnap Sarah and her daughter.

Both Sarah and her daughter are thrown into the brig of Jones' ship. They manage to escape, and while searching for a way back to shore, they discover dark secrets about the ship's otherworldly origins. But before they can escape on one of the lifeboats, they are caught, and to save her mother, Cory agrees to a sign a dark pact with Davy Jones...

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:

  • Bonus gameplay that expands the world of Davy Jones' island
  • Enhanced gameplay features
  • 3 unique collectable sets to complete
  • Achievements, wallpapers, soundtracks, concept art, and more!
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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1939 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
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Nightmares from the Deep: Davy Jones Collector's Edition 4.5 5 66 66
Davy Jones is back again! This is the third and maybe the best game in the series! You don't have to have played the previous ones, but you will want to. You are once again Sarah Black, curator of the Caribbean Museum, who must now save your daughter Cory from Davy Jones, who is quite perturbed you were about to reveal his secrets from your previous adventures. So he kidnaps you both. The cut scenes showing Davy and his ship are gorgeous. Cory signs a pact with DJ to save you from walking the plank, but you have to walk it anyway. Luckily, the lifeboat from the ship is right beside where you land in the water, so you fix an oar and row to DJ's island. You meet one of the 12 guardians of DJ's memories, who says there is a condition that ends all pacts, if only they could remember what it is. A clever telescope game shows you Cory being imprisoned and gains you a map of the island. Whew! So much happens in the demo -- you have to get the game to save Cory, end the pacts, and get yourself home! Artifex Mundi doesn't miss a trick. There are three types of HOS, so you won't get bored -- FROGs, Interactive ones with silhouettes, and lists. Everything has a nautical theme. The mini-games are full of pirates and not too hard -- I didn't even skip any so far. Nor did I need to use a hint -- not even for a HOS. The graphics are so crisp and clean and clear, that you can spot what you need -- helped by sparkles in casual mode. One scene involves a dog so real you want to pet him and adopt him! The achievements are all objects on parts of a ship -- the deck, the captain's cabin, and below deck. There are several collectibles -- 10 pirate cards, 12 seahorses, and 24 puzzle pieces -- although I didn't find any until I arrived at the island. There is no icon telling me I missed one, unfortunately. The other CE blind includes wallpaper, soundtracks, art, cut scenes, and the HOS. This is a wonderful, fun game, just perfect for the weekend! Have got to have it! March 27, 2014
One of the best games for 2014 I love the series and this is by far the best. The graphics are fabulous so well done and detailed. The characters are fluid in their movements and the voices and voiceovers are just wonderful good enough for any pirate movie. Can't understand anyone not giving this a five. I thoughly enjoyed all the little puzzles too as well as the main ones. The storyline is well done. No technical issues with this developer either! Won't go into details others like to do that I just like to give a quick thumbs up when deserved and this deserves two!!! Just loved Davy Jones!! April 1, 2014
BONUS CONTENT REVIEW! POSSIBLE SPOILERS BASED ON COMPLETED GAME BONUS CHAPTER For once I remembered to note the time, so I can tell you it took me exactly 75 minutes to complete the bonus chapter, which is an epilogue to the main game. It is not necessary to the main story, which ended nicely. This is just an extra adventure. It includes almost all new scenes, some where the old scenes used to be. The puzzles and HOPs are all new. Most of the types of HOP found in the main game are represented here, but I felt there were too many fragmented object puzzles. Mind you, I personally dislike this HOP type, so it may just have been too many for me. GALLERY The usual selection in the gallery. Wallpapers (locations) x 12, good interesting Concept Art, unfortunately not saveable x 14, Cut Scenes x 14 + 12 more in black and white, Music x 6. COLLECTIBLES There are 3 types of collectibles. None of which I managed to find all of. I was 2 short on each. There are 10 pirate cards, 12 glowing seahorses, and 24 puzzle (jigsaw) pieces. ACHIEVEMENTS The achievements are delightfully represented on various parts of the galleon. There are many of both performance and story awards. There is one you might look out for, regarding interaction with the animals of the island. No, we don?t rescue any, have any pets or anything so involved as that, but... REPLAYABLES There are 11 replayable HOPs. They are presented as interactive word lists only. I?d have to say, while the game itself is a clear 5 stars, the bonus content is not all that impressive. I mean, why have us collect 24 puzzle pieces, and then just present us with the finished picture? However, it is enough to justify the CE to those who lean in that direction anyway, but I could have been just as happy with the SE. April 20, 2014
Beautiful ending to one of the best series I've played. This review is based on complete playthrough of the game and bonus content. My profile tells me I've reviewed 75 games now. This is the 3rd I'm giving straight 5's for (Fate's Carnival and Catch Me When You Can are the other two). This ties up everything from the first two games, with a solid story in a challenging game that doesn't forget to be fun. First off, the CE stuff (or "Why should I pay double for this game?"): The bonus chapter took me a solid hour playing mahjong over HOS. Unlike the last game, this time the ending isn't obvious (I expected something very different), and brings some new stuff to to story. You've got three types of collectibles again (and again, I failed to complete any set, but I got close on all of them). Not as many achievements, but the ones that you can get mean something for the most part (rather than just being a checklist of how far you got in the game). Then the typical 'swag' stuff: some wallpapers, soundtracks (all very similar, not as good as Siren's Song), and concept art. I only checked the SG once, but looking through it afterwards it seems very well done. Clear pictures along with enough description that you should find whatever help you need. Now for the game: THE GOOD: The game took me a solid six hours, playing mahjong for most of the HOS rather than doing the item finds (love that choice), on the highest difficulty: almost no sparkles (some puzzles), no map markers, click penalty (the main reason I did mahjong), but you still had hint and skip available, just slow charging. The map is a jump map, and on all but expert difficulty show where there are tasks to do. You can change difficulty level in game Not the fanciest maps in a game, but they get the job done. They fit the style of game pretty well. Cutscenes are beautiful - the only ding's I could give here would be one scene where an animal is too realistic, and one character that is more 'cartoony' than almost everyone else. Minor stuff. The voice overs were spot on and well delivered. The story though, is where this game shines. Why did Davy Jones REALLY go through the trouble of kidnapping you and your daughter? While the game never gives a 2nd answer, you might find one yourself before the game is over. Very well developed characters: taking from the previous two games and going even deeper. THE BAD: Almost nothing. The mahjong is about as easy as it was in Siren's Song (gets a bit harder in the bonus). The BC antagonist could have been fleshed out a bit more, but it was still done much better than most games. THE UGLY: The series is over. Wonderful ending though. I'm going to be keeping my eyes out for titles from these guys. BOTTOM LINE: Totally worth the CE price and label. Great game and conclusion to one of the best series I've played yet. It's a story I'm going to remember. My new favorite. August 7, 2014
Best Davey Jones Best Pirate I love it - Best Davey Jones and so sad the final end. This Game 10 Stars June 28, 2014
This game had everything I don't usually write a review but this game was so entertaining in every way, with good music, plot and images I didn't want it to end. The plot was different enough to keep you interested throughout the game and the variety of colorful characters was really unique and wonderful. Wish there were more games like this one. April 13, 2014
Better than the second one I love the Nightmares from the Deep series. This one does not disappoint. I believe this one is better than the 2nd one. More dead talking pirates, it's a hoot! Also more hidden objects because I personally like hidden objects more than puzzles. April 2, 2014
Loving this game! So this is my first "review." If you're looking for gloom, despair, monsters, and abject fear, this probably isn't the game for you. There's the usual thread of sadness weaving through to this game, but no terror or freaky things jumping out at you. It's visually gorgeous... no other word, the scenes are lush, beautiful and colorful, with all kinds of interesting (and funny) animated bits and pieces; "frilled" lizards that hiss at you when you mouse over... a skeleton with eyes that follow your mouse moves. I am not great at puzzles, but am enjoying these ones. They're not super difficult, but tend to be entertaining (and some are quite amusing) and if I'm getting through them, I know the more skilled players will perhaps be bored. For me they're perfect, huge plus... I have actually not hit "skip" once. HO scenes are (some) interactive and pretty, really nice to play. I'm playing in the "casual" mode, but i think there were at least 3 other modes to play in. Hints recharge quickly and actually direct you if you need to move around. I swear I'll never again buy a game that tells me "There's nothing for you to do here." And left me scurrying back and forth. Interactive map with goals and sites! Yes! Collection items, seahorses, puzzle pieces are there as well. I have not needed to use the S.Guide at all, but it's there too. This is what I have been looking for, it's entertaining, and just challenging enough for me to have fun with. I knew 10 minutes into the demo I would buy this. March 29, 2014
First Rate! Loved #1 & #2 and did the beta on this one. This entire series has been exceptional. I'll keep buying as long as the devs keep producing quality, interesting sequels because this is surely that! Sorry to know this is the end but am hoping for others that compare. The story line, graphics, music & challenges are all there. Definitely worthy of a CE. April 1, 2014
First game that ever touched my heart and brought tears to my eyes I love this series and each one keeps getting better and better. This is one of the best hidden object games I've ever played, everything about it was perfection. If you were a Daddy's girl this storyline will tug at your heart strings... it touched my heart and brought tears to my eyes. I usually wait to buy SE games, but so glad I spent the money on the CE... it was well worth it. Thank you Artifex Mundi for all the time and passion you put into this game... don't quit what you're doing... it's perfect! March 30, 2014
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