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Daily Magic Productions, creators of the Dark Dimensions and Sable Maze series, invites you to enjoy another ominous tale!

After surviving a supernatural experience as a child, you have dedicated your life to solving similar cases and tracking down ominous objects all over the world. This time, you and your trusty sidekick, Mr. Jenkins, have been called to the house of Lilith Armstrong to investigate strange activity. But when you arrive, Lilith is nowhere to be found, and the entire house seems to have come alive! The events all seem to be tied to a rare mirror Lilith recently purchased at an auction… Can you find out what happened to your client and uncover the secrets of this latest ominous object before it’s too late? Find out in this exciting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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  • RAM: 1024 MB
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Ominous Objects: Phantom Reflection 3.6 5 14 14
Game is Ominous Alright! This game stood out because there are many very clever, innovative features. Whether we are talking the game itself or the mini-games it really stands up above the norm. I am glad I bought it and I am sure I will play it at least a few more times and will enjoy it as much as the first time! Thank you as always Big Fish. May 20, 2015
Mirror, Mirror On the Wall . . . I won't re-hash the entire story as certain reviewers are known to do. I like reading a game's overview and then watching the story and game unfold by itself, discovering things at my own pace. With that said, this is an all-around entertaining game with lots to do. I'm so glad I waited for the SE version. The color palette was perfect and worked well with the feel of the game. While some don't like the purple and pink pastels, we should remember that children play these games, and I found the colors added to the dream-like atmosphere of the game. I played this on Custom mode because I like quick-charging hints and immediate skip ability. However, I ended up playing most of the puzzles anyway because they were new and interesting. Hidden object scenes were pleasurable -- there wasn't an over-abundance of them, and there weren't tons of objects to find in each scene. Objects were clear and well drawn and not too small or difficult to locate. The music, sound effects and voice acting were top notch. The hint button was directional, in case you weren't sure where to go. The inventory could be locked so it wasn't always popping up and down. And Mr. Jenkins, your adventurous pet cat helped out only when you couldn't fit into tight spaces or grab something that was high up and out of reach. You don't have to buy outfits for him or decorate his cat condo. Phantom Reflection kept me happily playing along for several hours and I would highly recommend it! May 16, 2015
An Absolutely Brilliant Game Well I started with some suspicion as I went through the game it got better and better. It was so calming, I know I had to use a few hints only for the to where do next. It is entertaining, Mesmerising, it will keep U on yr toes. Better stop now or I'll give this game a Big head LOL YES May 21, 2015
as good as Family Portrait This is a thoroughly enjoyable game, on a par with Family Portrait from the same series. I like the graphics in Family Portrait more, but this installment is also excellent. Well developed story, beautiful graphics, extended gameplay, good HOs and puzzles. The ominous object in this installment is MIRRORS. Mr Jenkins the cat is your helper, and your goal is to free people trapped behind mirrors. If you liked Family Portrait, you will enjoy Phantom Reflections, the two best of this series. August 20, 2016
The (Phantom) Man In The Mirror Lilith Armstrong thought the antique mirror she purchased at the auction was a bargain. (10k seems over the top to me) Unfortunately, she got way more than she bargained for, because this mirror has a Phantom reflection that came along with the deal! When the Phantom begins to prey upon the Armstrong household, they turned to Leia Gofford for help. Leia is a detective who specializes in cases dealing with Ominous Objects, because she experienced paranormal phenomena herself, and has dedicated her life to helping others with similar problems. Leia arrives just in time to witness this dark Phantom in action, the butler narrowly escapes the possessed mirror, but young Patrick isn't so lucky! Can you save the Armstrong family and stop this madness before it's too late? This game just didn't knock my socks off. The graphics are overwhelming shades of blue and purple, (Blurple) which made the game seem too fairytaleish, and certainly no where near Ominous! There are Plus Sign's on almost every inventory item, requiring you to perform some type of interaction with the item before using, such as opening up packages or combining with another inventory item. You are also equipped with special Goggles that allow you to see through the Ominous Object's mist and reveal it's true nature. Some areas require the feline services of Mr. Jenkins, as you gently guide him from his comfy throne to the areas you can't seem to reach on your own. The Collector's Edition allows you can equip Mr. Jenkins' posh abode with over the top decorations and toys with the Collectible Cat Coins that are located throughout the game, in not so hidden places. The Hidden Object Scenes add a new color, bright gold! Not very challenging, mostly list finds or progressive finds with an occasional interactive game such as placing items into the scene correctly. You can opt to play a Match 3 game instead of the Hidden Object Puzzle by making matches of a least 3 mirrors of the same design. The Mini Games are on the easy breezy side as well, such as sliding a mirror around a shadow box to collect all figurines. The mirror moves forward three cells at a time or until it hits an obstacle, and you can only visit a cell once. The Collector's Edition has a Developer Diary, Game of Dots, Collectible Cat Coins, Concept Art, Wallpapers, a Cat Room, Music, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy! May 15, 2015
Nice SE... Hi all. Well, I gave the SE version a try and found that I liked it much better than the CE. I did not feel this game was CE worthy, and still don't, but makes a nice SE, based on the following CE review: "As always, I review on the game play and not the story, as others have already done a very good job on that end. I thought we were finished with these blues and pinks all over the place. Very tiring on the eyes. Animation was pretty good, although not that much of it. The graphics were somewhat blurry, especially when you were in the "glass breaking" mode and the screen was jumping all over the place. Did not care for that at all. Too much broken glass for me, but fortunately you could skip it. Careful doing this, as you sometimes have conversations with the people behind the glass. Otherwise, graphics weren't too bad. Game play was good, but lagged a bit between scenes. Had no problem with the demo at all. Music wasn't too bad, a bit soothing actually. Voice overs were quite boring to me...no excitement, fear or emotion of any kind. Just reading from a script. You have a helper, a cat named Mr. Jenkins, who isn't used much so far and pretty much just sits in his corner bathing himself and doesn't seem to like being picked up. HOPs were okay, with the standard interactive lists, silhouettes and a few puzzles thrown in. They were pretty simple and not too cluttered, but a couple of items made me think a minute before I found them. The puzzles, mostly story board type, were painfully easy, and a little boring. Hint system worked quite well and did transport you to further locations. The map was helpful as well, but is not pleasing to the eye. The only collectibles I found are the coins used to upgrade Mr. Jenkin's room. Extremely disappointed in the lack of something more. By the end of the demo, I hadn't even spent a dime. Needless to say, I felt that this game was pulled out of the closet and tossed in today. We have had a couple of really nice CE games lately, but this is not one of them. It isn't a bad game, just very simple, with no challenge or anything that made me want to run out and buy it to see what happens next. Due to the lack of excitement, challenge or collectibles, I really don't feel this one is CE worthy. Personally, I feel that a beginner may like this one, or someone who just wants a lazy day, no brainer kind of game. I do buy those occasionally, so I will put this one in my puddle for a "maybe" later with a "really" good buy, but probably only for the SE." Yes, I used a PCC to get this game for my collection, as an SE. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. Thanks for the reviews. May 15, 2015
Based on FULL SE finished & after the demo....... **********This is the review I did for the CE version of this game. Obviously the bonus content doesn't come with the standard edition but in case you are on the fence to purchase the SE or the CE...... This may help. ****************MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS******************* The SE portion of the game took me 4 hrs. 25 min. The bonus play took me, 1hr 25min Total gameplay 6 hr. 10min (I usually take my time, trying to complete the minigames & I always complete the HOS without hints.# THINGS TO MENTION: This game was not as good as many I?ve played lately. The storyline was sort of all over the place and it felt unfinished. The color scheme they used is also kind of a weird mix of royal blues and pinks. The lighting was a nice addition to these colors though. The graphics, I thought, are good, not great. The end cut scene to the STANDARD EDITION was really fast and felt unfinished. No achievements, no replay of cut scenes, MG , or HOS. SPECIAL INVENTORY ITEMS TO THIS GAME: 1. A helper, Mr. Jenkins, the Siamese/Himalayan cat and a Pair of Glasses that you occasionally align a small 3D sketched scene with them. THE CHAPTER I LIKED THE MOST: Was probably Chapter 5. You play in a wintery area with some really beautiful scenes. I also REALLY liked the bonus game but the storyline was more fantasy based, and I?m not a fan of fantasy. The scenery was so pretty I didn?t seem to mind the weird griffin as much. Just after the ?hand mirror puzzle? in chapter 3, you have a book in your inventory that turns into a perfect minigame. I?m surprised it wasn?t in the demo portion it is that fun. It looks like a pop-up book that you interact with. FUN THINGS THAT DESERVE MENTIONING: In addition to the typical mini games that have a skip button, this game has some really easy additional games that really make the game enjoyable. Match type games & storybook, where you put the items back in to a scene are occasionally there. Chapter 3 has a great HOS, pg. 18 of wtg. Chapter 6 also had a great HOS that has floating items. DIARY, HINT, MAP: There is no diary, and this game really needed one since every time you pass through a mirror portal the games story takes on a new theme it seemed to me. In with the map, there is an area on the lower right you can click that shows ?notes? you have picked up but they seemed nonsensical when the story was all over the place any way. CE BONUS CONTENT: Most of it remains locked right on up to the end. There are only 5 downloadable wallpapers. There is an in game 53pg, in game walkthrough guide & to give you an idea of how long the bonus play is compared to the DEMO, CHAPTER 1 IS 6 pgs., chapter 2 is 6 pgs. BONUS CHAPTER IS 11pgs. Developers Diary is 17 live pictures of the Daily Magic team, and Mr. Jenkins, Concept Art is 12 small images that you can?t save. This felt useless to me. I would have preferred at least 1 screensaver over non DL concept art & The ?Cat room? had 15 items for purchase with the coins you collected in the CE version of this game. Only a few of the items would interact with Mr. Jenkins and the rest was just decorating. ABOUT CE BONUS PLAY: This extra play had ALL NEW AREAS, rare, and all scenes were very pretty to wander in. But the story was really weird. You play 12 brand new areas in bonus. There were 11 mini games and 4 HOS, and more of those smaller easy type puzzles that didn?t require a skip button. Technically, there were only 2 HOS because both were repeated. First time you play a scene there it was list of 2 part items. The second time through the scene items were #dreaded silhouette type. It is so hard to tell what on earth any round silhouette is. I really can?t stand them.) The end cut scene to the bonus play was also abrupt and it felt like a book with a rushed ending that didn?t match the rest of it. COLLECTABLES in the CE: There did not seem to be any collectables other than coins you picked up for a room that your cat can interact with. You can buy items for this room. Most of the items were really useless and had nothing to do with the cat. You could buy furniture, lights, wallpaper, flooring, etc. and I just wondered what the point was. In the game called Mystery Trackers 4 Aces, you had a dog named Elf you could buy items for and interact with too, but ALL the items were fun to Elf. There were not as many items to purchase but I enjoyed it more. IF YOU LIKED THIS GAME YOU WILL PROBABLY LIKE THESE SIMILAR GAMES: Mystery Trackers- 4 Aces. & Fierce Tales Marcus? Memory, and the Rite of Passage series September 28, 2016
Entertaining Game Enjoyed the variety of hidden objects (both matching and finding to complete the next object); the mini-games were fun and some new to me. Won't repeat the story line but you have a map, a task list and video screen. You also have a cat and colored glasses to assist you. This is a long SE game and really great to play. May 24, 2015
Entertaining Game Ominus Objects was fun to play. I like a greater challenge but it held my attention. The puzzles and HO changed often and kept me moving to the next scene. I enjoyed it. May 16, 2015
Mirrors, Mirrors Everywhere ...... And Trapped Within You Get!!! An antique mirror, formerly owned by Adam Mort, has been auctioned off and disaster strikes. Your character is Leia Godford (sp?), a Detective specializing in Ominous Objects. Difficulty: Casual, Advanced, Hard and Custom (where I can manipulate the "hint" and "Skip" buttons down to ................. 1 second!). The graphics were very well done, although not as great as some games that have come out recently. The music suited each room/scene perfectly. Voice overs were done very well. Each character had a very specific tone and style of speaking. What I disliked ... quite a lot actually ..... was that the .................. lips ............................ never moved. Nor did any other part of the face. YOU try talking with nothing moving on your face. I couldn't do it ...... I tried - lol. HOGs (hidden object games) were list type with AND without interaction, as well a silhouettes. You can play an alternate Match 3 game instead. The mini games were a breath of fresh air. Yes, there is a helper. Your character's cat ..... Mr. Jenkins, gets into areas that your character can't. Actually, in some "iffy" places I wouldn't send MY cat ..... if I owned one. There is a diary, of sorts, that has tabs for "Task" and "Kitty Playroom". Special Goggles, which allow you to seee "distortions" in several colors. This was, at times, very frustrating. You choose a color of lens, then move the "shadow" inside the lens to land on the "real" parts. Then, the goggles snap into place and, voila! You have a task to perform! The map is very basic and transportable. As is the "hint" button. I have to admit to falling asleep a few times. That could either indicate I was very tired (at 9 am) OR the story didn't grab my attention. In fact, although I found myself rather bored, at times, I would recommend this for any experience level because "custom" does allow for some "finagling" of what you can/can't do. If I DO purchase this game, it will be the SE. IMO, this game is sadly lacking in "CE Bling". For those who are brave enough to get close to these exploding mirrors ..................... ENJOY! May 15, 2015
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