Nightmares from the Deep: Davy Jones Collector's Edition

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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
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Nightmares from the Deep: Davy Jones Collector's Edition 4.5 5 66 66
Plenty Of Skeleton Pirates Mates! Unfortunately this is the third and final Nightmares from the Deep, but the good news is that it happens to be the best one! Once again Davy Jones has taken you and Cory prisoner aboard his ship, and throws you overboard after Cory signs her soul away to Davy Jones! Once you are somewhat safe on the island you discover the 12 guardians of Davy Jones memory, they remember that there is a condition that unbinds contracts but they can't remember what that condition is, that's for you to discover mate. There are 12 collectible Seahorses, 24 collectible Puzzle pieces and 10 Pirate cards to find with lot's of achievements to earn. The hidden object scenes can be switched to a pirates game of mahjong, I loved the voice interactive mini game of the pirate pictures. The First Mate (skeleton of course) asks you to get rid of the other pirates below him in exchange for a secret, all you have to do is switch the hats to the correct pirate. Some of the hats shoot cannons, some lightning, some have gems that deflect the lightning, and the whole time the First Mate is cheering you on, quite entertaining! There are so many gadgets to fiddle with, plenty of skeleton pirates to deal with and some extremely stunning and detailed graphics, this one tops my list for the year so far, enjoy! March 27, 2014
Raising the Bar! This is right up there with Nevertales and so pirate-y fun! Pros: The storyline is simple enough. Your daughter signed a pact with Davy Jones and we know what that means. Fast click through dialogue Interactive map - jump + task 'to-do' locations Various types of HO scenes -viva variety! Fun, not too hard puzzles Clear, crisp, rich graphics Fairly quick use of inventory items Not too many long, drawn out, cut scenes Built-in strategy guide Inventory lock Bonus pros: - Achievement awards - Collectables - more than one collection Cons: The only one I can think of is that when I opted out of the custom cursor, my 'hand' tended to disappear while placing items. I won't get a CE if it doesn't have all the bells & whistles. This one doesn't skip a beat. My overall rating is 4.8 March 27, 2014
A Thrilling Finale to an Excellent Series! I am a fan of this series as well as the developers so it is no surprise that once again I find myself totally captivated with this exciting finale to what was an extraordinary adventure of Sara and her daughter, Cory. Just when we thought the tale of Davy Jones was put out to sea, he and his infamous ghost ship suddenly show up during a press conference that Sara is holding at the museum and he doesn?t look very happy about his legend being made public. Sara and Cory find them selves kidnapped, again, by the great marauder and his ghostly crew. In order to save you from walking the plank, Cory signs the infamous Davy Jones pact, ultimately sealing her fate to live out her existence to unimaginable horrors. Now it is up to Sara to find a way to undo the pact, is it even possible? Soon enough you discover that in order to free your daughter, you must uncover clues and aid 12 seamen who have also fallen victim to Davy Jones and so your thrilling adventure begins. Nightmares from the Deep: Davy Jones is a beautifully designed game with all the flamboyancy of its predecessors; excellent graphics and artwork all enhanced by brilliant voice-overs, music and sound effects. Animations are well done but do tend to get a bit blurry on occasions. I love the special effects and attention to details, a regular trademark from these developers. I can predict that some may say that it really doesn?t stray to far from the other installments of the series, similar story and surroundings as well as game play. In fact I myself thought that I already had played this game when I first saw the title and game icon, a dj-vu came across me. However, once you start the game, you realize that the developers have made sure to make the game even more entertaining and in my opinion, more challenging. There are here game modes to choose from and as before, you are equipped with a journal and a map. Your journal will outline clues and objectives while your map will indicate areas of interest as well as allow you to travel, if so desired. Hidden object scenes really do steal the show in this one; they come in variations as well as present more of a challenge. Some are fragmented, some are a standard list of objects or silhouettes, and some require a multitude of actions. Trust me when I say HOG fans will not be disappointed. There are many puzzles to solve and a variety of mini-games, some which were time consuming and challenging enough to make me like this game even more. As for extras, you won?t be disappointed; three sets of collectables as well as a list of achievements that include not only performances during hidden object scenes and mini-games but also part of the story and actions that need to betaken. Over all the demo did not disappoint and needless to say, I will be definitely adding this one to my list of games to buy immediately, sale or no sale! I assume it is the final chapter of our story and I really would like to see our antagonist, Davy Jones laid to rest and freed from what ever demons have possessed his soul. That is one very angry sailor and I expect it is time to say bye-bye! March 27, 2014
Can You Save Your Daughter from Her Eternal Pact with Davy Jones? In this third installment in the Nightmares from the Deep series you once again will match wits with the infamous Davy Jones. After your two previous brushes with the nefarious old sea dog you are about to reveal the man behind the myth during a presentation at the museum. No sooner have you started the slide show when the old pirate himself shows up and captures you and your daughter once again. Just as you are about to escape his grip, the fiendish old devil manages to trick your daughter into signing a pact with him in order to spare your life. True to form, Davy Jones keeps his word sort of . . . and this is where your adventure begins. Will you be able release Cory from her eternal pact with Davy Jones? The graphics are excellent, crisp and clear just as I knew they would be ? no surprise here with the beautiful scenery and stunning cut scenes. In fact all the technical aspects of the game are excellent - from the lip-synced voice overs to the ambient sound and the music, the game is a total visual and auditory feast. As you travel on your adventure you have a diary that contains your objectives as well as your notes, and shortly into the game you will receive the map that will help you navigate Davy Jones hidden island. In what is becoming the norm with most recent HOPA games we have various sorts of HOPs, including the standard list, FROGs and the progressive silhouette. If you don?t care for the HOPs, or if you can?t find an item, you do have the option of switching to a mahjong type matching game. There are puzzles scattered throughout the game that all have varying degrees of difficulty. The ones I encountered during the demo were fairly easy but entertaining. What I enjoyed the most is that the puzzles were well integrated into the gameplay and I didn?t feel like I was stopping just to solve puzzles. As you play the CE version of the game (at least I believe this is CE content only) you will collect 24 hidden puzzle pieces as well as 12 seahorses 10 pirate cards. The remainder of the CE content is the standard array of useful and not so useful fluff depending on what you like or expect. I happen to like the integrated strategy guide and although I seldom use it, it can be helpful and in most cases it justifies the cost of the CE. I loved the first Nightmares from the Deep game and found the second one to be almost as good but, IMHO, this third installment is by far the most entertaining and best of the three games. It sometimes seems that games in a series go downhill after the first game but that is not the case with Nightmares. The developer has done a great job building the story of Davy Jones in all of the games. I love the quests we have to complete and, of course, love Davy?s ghostly skeleton crew that presents a lot of humorous fun during the adventure. If you liked the other games in the series I think you will like this one too but as always, I recommend that you at least try the demo to see if this is a game you will like. March 27, 2014
A Tale of Two Daughters ENTIRE GAME AND BONUS The final instalment of this Nightmares of the Deep Trilogy and, in my opinion, the best one yet. This is a long main game and a very decent bonus also, as we have come to expect from this excellent developer. The graphics were very well done, the voiceovers plentiful and very well lip synched. I found the music fitting to the atmosphere. Once again we are at the mercy of the sea devil and this is a bit of a tale of two daughters - your own, Corey and Davy Jones' daughter. Achievements are plenty - around 28 of them. Some are performance based and a lot of others story based, meaning you'll achieve them anyway as to play. They are beautifully presented in three different areas of the huge galleon. Collectibles fall into 3 categories - 10 pirate cards, 12 seahorses and 24 puzzle pieces. The SG groups them together nicely in thumbnails so you don't need to leaf through the types separately. They are hidden very well, but it's not impossible to find all of them. Collectibles are only in the main game. The map is basic but teleport is smooth and fast. It is in two parts. Half is on the first page and the other half hidden behind this, which confused me at first. You can go back and visit any location to find collectibles you may have missed as you are not 'cut off' in a different world. I counted some 22 HOPs and 21 Puzzles in the main game and 11 HOPs and 6 Puzzles in the bonus. As an alternative to HOPs you can play Mahjong. Pairs of golden tiles will knock off a HOP item, but the last two are locked so even if you are looking for that last elusive HOP object, you will still need to play an entire Mahjong board to get it. Does the main story end satisfactorily? Yes, when it comes to Davy Jones - a quite touching and dramatic finish. No, if you want to know more about his daughter. In the bonus Jones' world is falling apart and you need to 'restore' his daughter. Again, beautifully done and a very decent bonus. Don't expect any 'over and above hooplas' from the Extras. Apart from replaying some HOPs, there's only the usual wallpapers etc. This kept me busy for around 8 hours plus in total, but I wasn't hurrying or skipping. We each have our own pace. It's the first CE I've really enjoyed in a while now so I'd highly recommend it, but always try it yourself. March 28, 2014
Based on Beta Test I have been waiting for this game since I beta tested it months ago; used 2 credits to get it as well yahoo! I've played the previous games in this series and they all have been great. Storyline Davy Jones kidnaps the heroine and her daughter, gets the daughter to sign a pact with him; mom tries to rescue daughter and along the way starts discovering Davy Jones' secrets. Good stuff 1--graphics are beautiful sharp, clear and colorful 2--voiceovers are great 3--interactive map #beam me up Scotty# 4--rescue a cute puppy and every so often he appears to lead you to certain areas 5--find certain secret items which will help you 6--discover Davy Jones secret 7--other denziens #sp?# of the deep appear 8--hos clear 9--good help button Not so good NOTHING I found March 27, 2014
Another great tale from AM I'm all about the storyline and this one is great. I really enjoyed playing the first two episodes of this trilogy and can't wait to finish this one. Once again we join the central character as she battles Davy Jones on his terms to save her daughter from his eternal imprisonment. As always the artwork is beautiful, lush backgrounds and wonderful colors. Each locale is a world of it's own, meticulously drawn. The animation is well done and the story progresses with your help, each chapter leading you on to the next. There is a lovely logic at work here that rarely fails the player - none of that you find scisssors, but need a knife to cut paper instead, that you find in other games. And there is an additional mystery as well. Who was the girl whose spirit appears and disappears? There are three game levels, an interactive map, the usual diary, and a very clear strategy guide. Three collectibles are hiding in the many scenes: seahorses, puzzle pieces, and pirate cards. Also after main game completion, there will be the usual bonus chapter and other goodies. I've enjoyed each of the previous "Nightmares" and, if you'll excuse me, I'm going back to play/dream now. March 27, 2014
Davy Jones is back! Hurrah! Based on the demo in casual mode. Davy Jones is back and once more creating havoc for our trusty museum creator. Interrupting her lecture in fury for daring to reveal his secrets, he seizes the curator and her daughter who must then ecape his grim clutches. In keeping with the Nightmares of the Deep series (probably helpful to have played the others in the series as this explains the 'relationship' between the combatants) it has the same excellent graphics and sound, high level of challenge and gripping storyline. Lots of collectibles to find: * seahorses * pirate cards * puzzle pieces * fancier doubloons to find this time to reveal the story. HOSs are interactive and quite challenging - finding pieces of an object required or progressive interactive, however puzzles have been quite straightforward so far So happy to see the return of this series and can't wait to buy it. March 27, 2014
Artifex Mundi Does it Again! I've been a bit Artifex Mundi fan since day one. They always seem to make sure their games are unique, fun and visually stunning. This game is no exception. They have integrated at least 4 different types of HO scenes. 1.) Basic HOS (with mini-mini games). 2.) Silhouettes- You must use the objects you find to find the next. 3.) HOS where you find the pieces to one whole object. 4.) Last but not least- There is one in particular that I found unique. A witch is helping you to make something and is standing there telling/giving you what you need next. You then must figure out where it goes. I really liked this one. HOS/Mini-games- Really not that hard. All but maybe 2 of the mini-games were fairly easy. The HO scenes are just a tad more difficult. They have some things cleverly hid. The graphics, as usual, are out of this world amazing. Sound is also great. Dialogue is a bit corny but the voice-overs are believable. Gameplay wasn't quite as long as I expected, but good. It wasn't drawn out too much. I think altogether it might have taken me about 5-6 hours of play time (main game only). Story progresses quickly but not too quickly. That is another thing I love about their games. I tend to get bored easily if in the same scene for very long, but I never have that problem with that here. For those of you who enjoy a lot of interaction in games- I really thought they did a good job in making it so there were a lot of possible interactions. There are also achievements you can earn and items that you can find. Long story short- This game is worth every penny. It has been a long time since I really enjoyed a game like this. April 2, 2014
The Grand Finale A gorgeous game from one of my favorite artistic developers. This seems as it will be the last in the Nightmares from the Deep series. I found I liked this one the best. Whereas most trilogies go downhill after the first or second game, Artifex seems to have taken this story up a notch and have made this quite a finale. Game play itself has been reviewed very well by previous reviewers, and TY for that The game is challenging, it does require you to think. I am usually not a fan of cut scenes, but these are done superbly and don't seem to interfere with the story. There are quite a few collectibles, but they are there if you want to stop and get them. Meaning, they're not interrupting the game flow. I found the puzzles pretty tricky but unique and enjoyable. I even liked the HOS, of which I am usually not a fan. This is a long game, very nicely done. The artists at Artifex are super talented and it shows in every detail of the story. I recommend, highly . March 27, 2014
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