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New evidence has come to light that will prove who killed Jackie’s parents over 20 years ago. Now that you have something that belonged to them, you can travel back in time to discover what really happened that fateful night and try to save them from a dangerous serial killer. But beware; a dark force is watching your every move, and it is determined to keep you from changing their fates. You’ll have to think quickly if you want to cheat Death and come back alive!

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“Loved it, I can't wait for the full length version!  I own all the other Grim Tales games and this one does not disappoint!”  - Angela

“The game was wonderful! It was very polished, highly involving, and really drew me into the story line.  A+!"  - Jake


  • Can you save Jackie’s parents from their destiny?
  • Survive Fate’s ultimate challenge in the bonus game!
  • Find collectibles to construct the Grays’ family tree!
  • View original concept art, wallpapers, music and more!
  • Unlock the Secret Room to replay your favorite hidden-object puzzles and mini-games!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.10/10.9/10.8
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 2048 MB
  • Hard Drive: 758 MB

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Grim Tales: Threads of Destiny Collector's Edition 3.9 5 55 55
The Grim Final Destination It has been 20 years since Jackie's parents, Natalia and Alexander disappeared. Finally, after all these years, their bodies have been recovered and you accompany your niece to the police station for answers to so many questions. The Gray family has always thought how ironic the events turned out. Alexander and Natalia missed their flight, the very flight that crashed with no survivors! They could have been killed on that flight, but as circumstances would have it, Fate had other plans. The sheriff explains all the horrible details surrounding their deaths, seemingly random victims of a cold blooded serial killer! Jackie begs you to use your time traveling skills to return to that fateful night and prevent the unthinkable. The question is, will Fate allow you to turn back the hands of time? Or is this the grim final destination? Grim Tales has never disappointed me, I love the ongoing saga of the Gray family turmoils, the characters are always familiar. You won't need any magical props on this time traveling adventure, it's just you, Aunt McGray and a handful of people stuck in time unable to move forward until you leave. There are however, collectible Family Medallions (with family bios) several Morphing Objects, plenty of Achievements to earn and many inventory items to tinker with, in both the past and the present. The graphics and voiceovers are as good as they get, but they seem to get better with every new Grim Tales episode. The Hidden Object Scenes offer a mixture to please just about everyone, finding the item in green text as a story is being told, finding multiples of a single item, silhouetted shape finds and good old fashioned list finds. The Mini Games, however are what makes or breaks a decent game, too easy and it's boring, too difficult, and you just want to throw in the towel out of sheer frustration. Below is a list of some of the more prominent mini games, if this will SPOIL it for you, skip this section of game descriptions NOT solutions: 1) Guide an airplane to it's destination through obstacles 2) Zoom Zone games where you identify similarities. 3) Clicking to shoot an arrow when in specific ranges. 4) Selecting directional arrows to allow a crane to pick up specific boxes (really creative) 5) Matching identical items and placing them correctly. This Collector's Edition has 8 Concept Art pictures, 8 Wallpapers, 18 Achievements, 5 Music Soundtracks, an Archive Room, a Secret Room, 16 Family Medallion Collectibles, Morphing Objects, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy! October 8, 2015
Puzzle Heavy and Good Quality Based on the Main and Bonus Games Remember the movie Final Destination? No? Well, this reminds me a lot of that teen scream series, where cheating death has the Grim Reaper hopping mad. Well, Elephant Games does their usual bang-up job in graphics, sound effects, soundtrack, and setting the whole mood for a good creepster game. I've played this series but can't keep track of the players, but someone else will cover the story for you. The twist on this story is new to me, anyway. True to my review title, it's very puzzle heavy, they're very attractive, some are challenging, and several I've not seen before. The HOs are varied nicely to avoid find this, find that. Adventure challenge is always good with Elephant; they'll make you carry things around in your inventory for 30 minutes before you find a use for it. There are 26 morphs in scenes, main & bonus, plus 16 collectible cameos of Gray relatives. No, you can't go back and find missed morphs/collectibles later. Boo. The main game is about 3+ hrs long and the bonus game is an hour. (Keep in mind when I give you estimates, I play without hints, skips, map hints, and try to keep my mitts off the SG). Bonus game was great! Lushly illustrated, very creepy, and an extension of the main game, plus a cool card game with Fate. Other CE bling included The Secret Room, which is a mega morph hunt. Also had replayable HOs and puzzles, achievements, collectibles, and the usual bling. Is it worth a CE? Yes. Some complain it's too short, but both main & bonus games are high quality, it's got morphs, the secret room, and puzzles worth replaying. October 8, 2015
Threads of story confusing, but gameplay is destined to be fun. Sunnyglow has written a great review that gives all the details, so I will just discuss the pros and cons. I understand why people have graded this game low after reading their reviews, but I am loving it. I was getting totally sucked in to the world, immersed in it, because the game plays without too many stubborn passages, but I can see how some might think it too simple. The game has: ?Really great, clear art, (except for one room that is dim around the edges, but then it turns out you don?t need to see around the edges to complete the HOP in that room anyway, so yay!) ?OK sound, I would have said great, but then all of a sudden there was music. I was actually noticing and liking the lack of music, but then the music appeared. Still, not bad. ?Fun HOPs (but I am not a HOP lover, so take that into consideration) ?Varied mini puzzles that are sometimes tedious and sometimes really fun However: ?I have been using the hint rather a lot, probably because of logic errors as noted by other reviewers and ?there is too much back and forth, annoyance mitigated by the good map function that allows you to jump to a scene. Without that, it would be really annoying The CE has all the bells and whistles according to BFG, though this is not apparent from the Extras Menu. Apparently, you can "Unlock the Secret Room to replay your favorite hidden-object puzzles and mini-games!? according to BFG?s description. Replaying great puzzles is one of my favorite thing, and there are some good ones here. For me, that and the other special features makes this CE worth the money. Four and a half stars, rated down a half star for confusing story and jumping around from place to place too much. Try it. You will probably like it. October 9, 2015
TEMPTING FATE BY GOING BACK AND FORTH IN TIME BASED ON THE FIRST 4 CHAPTERS - 6 CHAPTERS PLUS A BONUS CHAPTER Can we change destiny and Fate? Auntie Luisa Gray returns in a sequel, going back in time in order to alter the past, attempting to save her niece Jackie?s parents. Will she succeed? Or does Fate have some surprises for our Auntie Gray? I LOVE this game series featuring the affection between Auntie Gray and her niece Jackie! This is a fairly well-done mystery sequel, and is consistent with the series. The graphics are colorful. There are more puzzles than HOP scenes, but both are well executed. The HOP scenes are varied with some multi-step ones. The HOP scenes consist of silhouette, story sequence, list of items to locate, and replacement of items back into scenes. After four chapters, I found very few HOP scenes. I found most of the puzzles to be easy; however, I did find a couple which were a little more challenging. The puzzles are varied with variations of maze puzzles, matching puzzles, manual dexterity puzzles, moving tiles/lock puzzles, mechanical puzzles and mathematical puzzles. There is one multi-step puzzle in this game. My favorite was a puzzle in which you must place all items back into a cabinet with no remaining spaces. There are morphing objects throughout the game and they are not easy to see. You also collect portraits of the Gray family as well. After the demo, the next chapter has only two HOP scenes and six mini-games. The mini-games are a little more difficult than in the demo. The fatalistic theme continues throughout this chapter as well. I did not see any significant changes between the demo and the actual game. LEVELS: Casual, Advanced, Hardcore, Custom Hints 15 to 90 seconds Skips 15 to 90 seconds EXTRAS: Map - Map is provided as you play the game 18 Achievements Collect 16 portraits of the Gray family. Morphing objects: The amount of morphing objects is not disclosed in the demo Strategy guide - 43 pages Usual wallpaper, artwork, screensavers, music HERE ARE THE DETAILS (SPOILERS) FOR THOSE WANT MORE INFORMATION ON THE HOP SCENES AND MINI-PUZZLES: HOP SCENES: A. Story sequence with items to be located highlighted in BOLD GREEN letters. B. Mini-HOP scene. Locate 7 acorns. C. Multi-step scene. First locate 5 horseshoes and 5 dream catchers. Next, you receive two items to place onto boxes opening up to two lists of 3 items each to locate. D. Silhouette. AFTER THE DEMO: E. Another story sequence with items to be located highlighted in BOLD GREEN letters. F. Replace items back into the HOP scene G. Multi-step scene. First locate 5 hammer and 5 ballerinas. Next, you receive two items to place on boxes opening up two lists of items to locate MINI-GAMES: A. Variation of a maze puzzle which is reminiscent of the Battle-ship game. Move an airplane from the top to the bottom uncovering one square at a time until you reach the bottom. As you uncover each square you will encounter traps which will send you back to the beginning. Try to reach the finish line within the allotted amount of moves given. EASY B. Variation of a matching puzzle. Compare a photo of the killer with the actual killer looking for four similarities between the photo and the person himself. EASY C. Variation of a matching puzzle. Click on parts of an owl to match up with those on a picture. EASY D. Variation of a manual dexterity puzzle. Bullseye! Center two balls into the green section of a bar to hit a set of keys. EASY E. Variation of a mathematical puzzle. Calculate the amount of spaces needed and in which direction to aid a crane arm to remove four boxes. MODERATELY DIFFICULT F. Multi-step puzzle. First a variation of matching. Find matching objects and remove them from a scene in a car garage. You must remove them in a specific order and nothing must be holding them in place so they cannot be removed. Second. Take the remaining objects form the scene and put them into a cabinet so that no item is left and every space is covered in the cabinet. EASY AFTER THE DEMO: G. Variation of a mechanical puzzle. So awesome! Repair a screw gun/drill by following a schematic. EASY H. Variation of a matching puzzle. Rearrange petals of flowers on a cabinet so they are all the same color. EASY I. Variation of a manual dexterity puzzle. Trace symbols to remove dark energy. EASY J. Variation of a moving tiles puzzle. Move rods to position two dowels to make a connection with red buttons in order to unlock a door. Moving one rod affects the others. MODERATELY DIFFICULT K. Variation of a matching puzzle. A combination of a HOP scenes and puzzle. Locate items in a storybook scene and replace them back into the scene in the correct locations. EASY L. Variation of a mathematical/pipe puzzle. Move pipes in order to uncover numbers which must be pressed in order. EASY/MODERATELY DIFFICULT October 8, 2015
Battle a Greek Goddess I've played the whole game, including the bonus game and the secret room of the CE edition. I've really enjoyed this game and I'm going to go back and try some more of the Grim Tales genre. It took me back to playing Return to Ravenhearst and being immersed in a mystery game when they were new and fresh to me. I'll list the things that I've found engaging and enjoyable. The storyline - I love the Final Destination vibe and that I've learnt a bit of Ancient Greek mythology. The story is really stuck to and all of my characters actions counting and interacting with the story, lends a quality that I've missed in other games. Visually gorgeous, bright and clear - nothing to trigger migraines or sea sickness! I found the Hidden Object Scenes and puzzles to be a good mix of different styles which kept it interesting. The HOS were visually beautiful. Puzzles weren't too tricky bar a few, there were lots of them. There was often a sense of time urgency in rescuing people, which helped to keep it feeling fresh and dynamic. I didn't find all the morphing objects and was quite a few achievements short, so I'm hoping that I'll enjoy playing it through a few more times. Really enjoyed the music in the bonus section. It was such a good game that I felt it was well worth getting the CE. October 13, 2015
GRIM TALES TIES GRAY FAMILY THREADS NEATLY TOGETHER! Much better than prequel "The Final Suspect" and happy to go back on the hunt with Ms. Gray--a highly respected paranormal investigator. What can I say negative? Voice overs, artwork, cut scenes, story line, HO's, puzzles, clarity etc. include all the superior qualities that Elephant Developers offer gamers. Ms. Gray is back on the hunt for a serial killer to save family members--with a twist. As long as gamers flow with the fact that she goes back in time to conduct her "special investigative" skills, there's little confusion. Story line is immersive and interesting. Thanks to Elephant and BFG for a great rainy weekend gaming experience! Enjoy! -Mama Mia- October 10, 2015
Play the role of Aunt Gray and once again save the day!!! Save the parents of your niece Jackie who died 20 years ago in Grim Tales 9: Threads of Destiny PC Game! Alexander and Natalia Gray went missing on April 23, about 20 years ago now. They?re survived by their daughter, Jackie. The story begins at the police station where you learn that the Gray?s car was found in the woods close to town. Now only remains were found and using their personal belongings you can travel back in time and save them from the Greg Duffy, a serial killer known also as the Roadside Killer. You can save them, but what if their death is connected with their miraculous escape of death year before, when they missed the exploded plane by seconds. Maybe Duffy is connected with that catastrophe, or there?s something even more sinister? FATE played by the ghostly woman ATROPOS tries every trick in the book to stop your mission and defeating her is yet another exciting challenge. This is the 9th installment of Grim Tales series from Elephant Games, where your objective is to find and identify the murderer of the Grays traveling back in time to change life threatening events. This is a great edition to the Grim Tales Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure series. The adventure isn't very lengthy. I finished the main game and bonus chapter in less than 3 hours, usually this series offers 6-8 hours of gameplay. Never the less it is a complex murder mystery and with the addition of collection character coins you get info on all the Gray family members going all the way back to the first installment of the franchise. I will continue to purchase into this series as long as Big Fish and Elephant continue releasing them! The Collector's Edition includes: Bonus chapter is waiting! Try to unlock all the Achievements! Find all collectible coins of your ancestors! Get the Strategy Guide! October 10, 2015
IN MY OPINION BEST GRIM TALES TO DATE!! this game captured me the second the beginning scene started. the music was so beautiful that I found myself sitting there not wanting to press play to begin the game because listening to the music and looking at the two characters hugging was so beautiful. Ms. Gray is on the mission to save her family members from a serial killer but will she succeed with the ghost of fate, ATROPOS trying to stop you at every turn? Lots of puzzles graphics were great storyline excellent challenge was terrific has teleport map which I love game could have been longer but that's the only downfall. to me it still gets 5 stars!! I highly recommend you give this game a try, you wont regret it...happy gaming everyone October 15, 2015
Excellent Series, Brillant new Episode! I'll keep it short, this series is excellent. This latest game is one of my personal favorite. I love the storyline to entire series. I thought the following information might be helpful to some players in case you want to start from the beginning or are trying to figure out which titles to Grim Tales came out first! Grim Tales: The Bride (released August 4, 2011) Grim Tales: The Legacy (released February 3, 2012) Grim Tales: The Wishes (released August 9, 2012) Grim Tales: The Stone Queen (released February 1, 2013) Grim Tales: Bloody Mary (released August 1, 2013) Grim Tales: The Vengeance (released May 15, 2014) Grim Tales: Color of Fright (released November 6, 2014) Grim Tales: The Final Suspect (released May 16, 2015) Grim Tales: Threads of Destiny (released October 8,2015) October 18, 2015
Grim Tales 9, A Successful Instalment In this Grim Tales, you finally found out what causes mishaps to the Gray family. You as the heroic and epic Aunt Gray hereby embarks on another adventure. I like how this installment explains so much problems and ordeal depicted in the previous games. The bonus adventure is the greatest bonus games I have ever played. It coheres with the storyline very well. The length of the game could be longer, but other than that, well done, Elephant Games. P.S. Please make a Grim Tales featuring Brandon Gray or the McGray siblings. They are all awesome too, besides Luisa and Jackie. October 9, 2015
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