Dark Asylum: Mystery Adventure

Dark Asylum: Mystery Adventure

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Strange things are happening at the local asylum and you've been tasked with the investigation. You must perform tasks for the inmates to gain their trust, and then find out what they know. Just don't be distracted by the screams that echo down the unlit corridors, or the voices that whisper in your ear when no one is standing there...

Featuring a captivating combination of adventure and hidden object gameplay, Dark Asylum contains dozens of unnerving rooms to explore and each one is packed with secrets and pulsating with an undercurrent of dread. To solve the mystery of the asylum, you'll need to search for hundreds of items buried within the decaying rooms and hallways, and use special skills that allow you to locate objects quickly. Discover and use powerful artifacts, track your achievements, and experience multiple game modes, including the appropriately named "Scary nightmare mode." (You won't want to play this mode alone at night!)

Do you have a rational mind and a strong heart? If so, you just might survive to the end. If not, don't say we didn't warn you. Begin the descent into darkness today – if you dare!

  • Solve a thrilling mystery in a scary asylum
  • Enjoy adventure and hidden object gameplay
  • Use your eagle eyes in dozens of HOG scenes
  • Discover artifacts and earn achievements
  • Master multiple game modes

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 757 MB

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Customer Reviews
Dark Asylum: Mystery Adventure 2.6 5 8 8
Dark Asylum: Mystery Adventure When I read these reviews, I thought...Oh oh, this is going to be a bad game. So, on the side of cautious I did the demo. I liked it...a lot! It's funny, people use the word repetitious, but when something new comes along, they are afraid of the unknown. To them, I say...try it. You might find a new fav genre game. Definitely different and it's kind of like the games where you buy in-game purchases but you buy stuff with money you earn completing quests. Enjoy the asylum! March 3, 2016
If You Don't Like Quest Driven Hidden Object Games Then Pass On This One This is purely a quest driven HO game requiring you to gain experience points by searching unlocked scenes several times in different modes. A fallen tree has prevented you from continuing your travel plans so you enter the nearby asylum to make a phone call and get side tracked by patients who ask for favors. In order to progress and unlock other rooms in the asylum, you need to accept a quest from the patients, locate the room where the item can be found, and then search the room for the items shown either as listed items or silhouetted shapes, some scenes are dark and require a flashlight to search with. After completing the timed HOS, you claim your reward from the patient who will give you coins or energy. Energy is basically food, and everything you do requires energy, There are two different ways to roam the asylum, you can choose the map mode where you click on the unlocked room to be transported to, or you can choose to roam the asylum corridors and enter the rooms at will. The HOS, start out with just a few listed items to find and get progressively more difficult each time the same scene is revisited with less time and more items to locate. As I said before, you will have to search the same areas several times to gain the necessary experience points to unlock new rooms, so if you don't like repetitive HO's , this isn't the game for you. You can purchase Tools in the shop to help you within the HO scenes such as an EYE to find an item for you, a Bomb which blows up three items from the list, a Clover which will successfully complete the HO, and a Clock to freeze time temporarily. You can purchase Potions that can increase the amount of coins you find, increase experience points, help you find necessary items, or increase your health temporarily. Weapons can be purchased or found and will defeat the Wandering enemies, ghosts, or maniacs that will wreak havoc in the Hidden Object Scenes by jumbling up the words or they will steal your coins or diminish your health. This type of game is similar to Midnight Castle, Dark Manor and Found, it's not a game for everyone, but if you like quest driven games, this one isn't bad, enjoy! February 3, 2016
Good quest game! I enjoyed playing the demo, and although I probably won't buy it myself, I definitely recommend that quest-lovers give it a try! It played well, the challenge level increased as it went along, and it had a nice eerie feel to it. Quest games aren't my thing here on Big Fish, but even I thought it was fun, and a good value as a SE. February 3, 2016
Isolated Scary Atmospheric Hospital I loved the pleasantly eery atmosphere. It made my skin crawl. The artwork is really enjoyable high end well drawn creepy stuff. Hidden object mirages are in recluttered, revisited rooms. I like the replayability and the chance to learn what pictures more advanced medical words refer to, also to get a grip on where certain objects are likeliest to turn up. On the other hand, it is a good thing there are two versions of many same-named objects, some even appearing at the same time, with one trumping the other, as it maintains a higher challenge and is a much better alternative to hard to see art; though, there is always some more-hidden work in every good game. There is more to do,here than just search for rooms, though that is the base, and involves finding parts toward a multitude of collection items which can be traded with friends (when online or otherwise connected). There are also various stores, my favourite being the food store/ vending machine, which exchange in game earned points for tools, energy, object parts when they can't be found. It reinforces lessons on good budgeting without taking money. There is also a rate of exchange and a play bank. There is a slight sort of storyline. It is almost like background music except that it;s text and you read it from time to time. There are monsters to kill or avoid. I don't really see killing monsters as much extra entertainment, myself but adds variety. There is also a very basic astral travel mode which allows you to imagine you are gliding down the hallways. One thing I didn't like was the amount of waiting time, while the game would load between scenes or rooms, 2 or 3 seconds is 2 or 3 too many for me. It was like being on hold, over and over and over. I also don't like running out of energy so quickly without making points plus rewards, every time I am stumpt for the last object and out of time. I get more out of it the further along I am. 3&1/2 * and maybe. February 26, 2016
Definately not for me... Wow, I've been playing BF games for a long time and this is the first time I ever ran across a game like this one. I found it totally confusing and not fun at all. Minimum instructions and I was just clicking until something came up I could play. I guess others have played these kinds of games before, but in all my experience I've never come across such a confusing, undirected adventure game. I only lasted about 6 minutes before the confusion of the game and the music drove me nuts. Definitely not your typical adventure game. February 3, 2016
Dark Asylum: Mystery Adventure I purchase this game after trying it. I thought that you probably had to learn how to get health points and the game would get better. No such luck. It doesn't recharge unless you are playing. That's a bummer. It is fun, if you can find a way to play. It also says that you can find weapons in scenes, however, I have played for quite a long time and I haven't found one yet. Anyway, if they upgrade this game with some way to get health points, it would be fun, but this way, it's not workable. February 7, 2016
Pay for play without the pay option? I believe this game was designed to have a pay option and it didn't included. As some of the other reviewers noticed, the game is great as long as you have the health to continue searching rooms. You don't make near enough coins to buy the food you need to heal yourself. Until you are about level 6, you can wait until you level up to heal your life, but after that you have to let the game run, 3 minutes for 1 point of life. I hope this is corrected as the game play itself is good and the creepy storyl ine is interesting if I could get through more of it. If I could play for more than 10 minutes at a time, I'd quite enjoy this game. February 15, 2016
Waste of Money! The game itself isn't that bad, really. Quite fun as long as you have a full bar of health, until you realize that the only way to regain that health to keep playing levels is to leave it running as it slowly recharges (1 point of health per 3 minutes). My fault for not realizing that before purchase, but it was definitely a bummer to waste money on a game that I have to sit around and wait to play. Lesson learned. February 12, 2016
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