Ominous Objects: Family Portrait Collector's Edition

Full version game
(1.36 GB)

$ 19.99 USD

$ 13.99 USD or 2 credits

From Daily Magic, creators of the acclaimed Dark Dimensions series, comes an intriguing new series!

You arrive home from a long business trip to discover your new home in disarray! Your wife tells you paintings throughout the house have been coming to life, and now your children are missing. Only little Leia remains, but she refuses to unlock her door. Who or what frightened her so badly… and where are your other children? As you seek them out, you realize your new home hides many dark secrets. You must uncover them before your family is cursed to remain there forever in this chilling Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game.

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:

  • An intriguing bonus game
  • A charming Kitty Playroom for your feline ally
  • Bonus Match-3 games, wallpapers, music, and more!
  • An available Strategy Guide
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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: 1496 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Ominous Objects: Family Portrait Collector's Edition 4 5 64 64
Great Hidden object game I did the Beta trial on this game and thought it was one of the best games going and when it came out I brought it straight away and I loved the story line to it with lots of things to do and you had to think which was great to. Love the whole thing to the end; July 25, 2014
A Interesting Eerie Game (Review Created on the Demo) At first, as someone who only recently got into casual games like these ones, I felt a bit overwhelmed when I began to play Ominous Objects: Family Portrait, but is soon captured my imagination. The story opens with a husband and a father coming home from a journey, when he discovers the something very wrong in going on ? their new family castle turned into a place of horror, and he must do everything in his power to find his loved ones. I found the eerie elements of the story very engaging, and a very solid foundation for this mystery tale. The scenes in the game are gorgeous (I love this distinctive feel of the 18th century), while the gameplay remains challenging, but didn?t stress me out not once during the demo part, so I practically didn?t use the hint/skip button at all. The only major drawback I noticed was the main male voice actor, who didn?t impress me with his work. ON several occasions, his presentation of the main character is a bit off and flat. It may be nitpicking, but everything else in the game demo made me decide to buy it very soon, and enjoy the rest of this interesting game. August 3, 2014
Get rid of the paintings! It is 1756, in Blatshire, England, and you've returned to your new home, Groford Estate, to find you are locked out. Once you open the door, a painting of a dog comes to life, and your wife faints. You deal with the dog, revive your wife, and find out three of your four children have disappeared when Anna removed a book in the library that opened a secret panel! Only your daughter Leia remains, but eventually she too, is taken by the mysterious stranger, Marshall. It seems Marshall was burned at the stake in 1452 when his family disappeared after he painted them. Hence, the connection to the paintings coming to life and threatening you and your family. There is a lot to like about this game. You get a jump map of the estate, which is huge. The family cat, Mr. Jenkins, helps you out in the tight spaces and scares away some critters. Mr. Jenkins also has his own Kitty Playroom that you stock with food and a couch and other things after you find some coins. The HOS are lists with a twist. Each HOS has one or two mini-games embedded within -- dress a doll, assemble a gear, rearrange pieces of a painting. Each HOS also requires you to interact with pieces within the HOS -- very well done. The stand-alone mini-games are not very hard, and not that unique, but still fun to do. There is no journal, and the voice-overs do not move the mouths of the characters. There is, however, a Developer Diary where you can see the game developers at work -- one of the reasons the demo took me 82 minutes to complete! There is a bonus Match-3 game, plus a bonus game, plus the normal CE bling. This is a relaxing game to play. Try it, I think you will enjoy it. July 17, 2014
Ominous Objects An absolutely fantastic game....both the main game and the bonus game. Very well done....thank you! August 4, 2014
Great! Thanks a lot for everyone, who was create this game - it's really cool and interesting ) July 26, 2014
Fun Game, you get your money's worth for sure! It was fun and different, a lot of variants, not the same just click and find. Loved the credits even! August 8, 2014
Awesome game If I could give this game six stars, I would. It has my two favorite things in a game: magic and a castle. The artwork is gorgeous, the animation is superb, the story line is compelling and emotionally engaging and it has a really cute cat to help you out. The puzzles are challenging but not too challenging. There are a few startling moments which add to the fun of the game. August 16, 2014
AN AMAZING GAME ALL AROUND Hi Gamers, this game is fantastic in all aspects. Great sound, visuals, voice overs and story line (which I will never give away, go ahead torture me). It took me 2 days to finish this game with the bonus. I played on "hardcore". The mini games were diverse and there were a lot of scenes too, always a plus. They put a new twist on ordinary HO's, there are little mini-games in them. It's a great idea! I think it is worth the buy for the CE. There is something you should see.. after you finish the bonus game watch the credits video, it is hysterical! July 27, 2014
GORGEOUS GAME! Daily Magic has delivered stunning graphics, an engaging storyline, creative HOS, and wonderful puzzles to solve with the help of the gorgeous blue eyed feline, Mr. Jenkins (whose connection to the plot unfolds in the CE). There is absolutely a parallel process present in this storyline where paintings literally come to life and the work of a graphic artist who is tasked with bringing flat concepts to life to create "daily magic"... worlds that we can completely lose ourselves in... and the results in Ominous Objects are stupendous! There is a very good reason this game continued to hold the number one slot even after the recent release of a much awaited sequel and that's because this game is nothing short of amaaaazing! I played straight through the CE and wanted more, which is always the test of a good game and extraordinary work. Congratulations Daily Magic for a great game and living up to your name!! July 28, 2014
Caught my attention I like a simple HO game without all the traveling between scenes, but this one captured me. The HO games and puzzles have a unique twist and even though challenging, are not hard to solve. Navigating between scenes is easier than the other games I've tried and the tasks are easily accomplished. The guide, maps and hints are a gr8 help for someone like me who needs them. Mr. Jenkins, your cat helper, is a hoot. Can't comment much on the story line as I'm in it only for the game. I recommend this game just for the sheer fun of the puzzles. July 21, 2014
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