Dark Parables: Requiem for the Forgotten Shadow
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Eipix Entertainment proudly presents the next twisted tale in the Dark Parables series!

The people of Anaben are falling ill from a strange illness – one that makes them become shadows of their former selves! Your investigation takes a mystical turn as you uncover evidence proving a darker magic at work. Can you restore the people before it’s too late, or will you succumb to shadows as well? Find out in this chilling hidden-object puzzle adventure!

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Dark Parables: Requiem for the Forgotten Shadow is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from VERY GOOD GAME I don't write many reviews, so I'll just cut to the chase. Any reviews I DO write are always based upon the completed game. I find Eipix art work to be superb. Very detailed. The music in this game was pleasant through out. The voices were not annoying. The storyline had a flow, and was interesting. Anytime I see "Blue Tea Games", I know that the HOP's will be those where you find the pictured items, and construct a needed object. These were done beautifully...and quite challenging. Some of the items were very small, but that adds to the challenge of finding them. GREAT for you HOP connoisseurs out there! Many to conquer. Now. I myself am a mini-game junkie. As all good games should, there is a range, from easy to more difficult, to appeal to everyone. Any one can use the "Skip" feature, depending on your mood, and patience level at the time. :) Starting in Chapter 2 and every Chapter thereafter, there is one mini that repeats itself, one time each Chapter. The degree of Challenge increases with each Chapter. You need to take different tokens to their same colored slots. Sound easy? Not here. Each time you move a token, in it's place will be left a token color that is shown to you over on the right. These are shown three in advance, so you can plan ahead. Chapter 2 took me ten or so tries to get the hang of it! If you love Challenging mini-games, this is certainly one. *nodding head* Yes, thumbs up. All in all, this was a very good game. One I will play again. I hope you enjoy your time with it as much as I did. Peace.
Date published: 2017-04-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Interesting Game Played the Demo version of this game and it did not let me down one bit! I enjoyed the graphics and the storyline made sense...mini-games are great some more challenging than others(esp. the Pawn game). Makes you desire to know what the end will reveal about the Shadow figure and the Brotherhood!
Date published: 2017-03-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Dark Parables: Requiem for the Forgotten Shadow I like the Dark Parables games,but the more I play this one the more it is familiar. In front of the candle shop as well as inside. I feel I have played this game at another time. still not ready to give it a thumbs up. for now I have to give it a thumbs down. may change my mind later in game
Date published: 2017-03-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from If You Disobey The Shadow God, His Rage Will Be The Last Thing You'll Ever Witness! Another dark force is at bay, stealing the shadow's from the good people of Anaben! Once void of their own shadow, all that's left behind is a senseless, babbling, incoherent shell of a man, or woman, after all, this illness strikes anyone and everyone, including the Duchess! There is no hope, no cure, but look at the bright side, at least there's no creepy shadows lurking in the night, right? Dark Parables has returned with another twisted tale, proving that everyone is vulnerable to evil, and the things we take for granted could be the most important things of all. I'm still disappointed with the absence of non-linear Morphing Objects, within the Collector's Edition version, that made Dark Parables so unique. In the earlier versions, DP games, objects didn't morph until it was triggered by an action in an entirely different scene, you never knew what that action was, or whether it was in the previous scene or a scene still ahead, and that was so cool and so challenging. I realize that the collectible Parables morph, but the parables are far and few between, and they morph the first time you see them, it's just not the same. In the CE version, there are 4 different parable stories, Rise of the Shadow God, The Maiden and the Shadow, The First Handmaiden, and Fall of the Shadow God, each parable requires you to find all three morphing parables before the parable can be accessed. In the CE version there are Achievements to earn and each scene has a hidden Candle that will light up when you find it, which I thought was pretty cool. The Hidden Objects are not the usual HOP's, because one feature that hasn't changed, is with the Dark Parable's famous FROG's. You are tasked with finding several very creatively blended fragments within the scene. There are three sections (DP has a thing for the number 3) of fragments to find that will combine to make a useful inventory item once all frags have been found. If this feature ever changes, I think I'll just hang up my hat and call it a day. The Mini Games are always entertaining in this series, even some of the normal tasks require you to solve a puzzle, and it's not even considered to be a mini game, you'll see what I mean once you play. Below are brief descriptions of the Mini Games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Rearrange the triangular tiles to complete 4 different images. Then interact with the opening scene using the keywords as clues. This is repeated three more times as the story unfolds. 2) Press the button continually to attack and counterattack your opponent. 3) Use the bishop to remove the pawns before they reach the other end of the board. 4) Rearrange the map square tiles to complete the map. 5) Place all of the tokens with their matching colors, the undo button can only be used twice. The Collector's Edition has 8 Wallpapers, 6 Concept Art pictures, 10 Music Soundtracks, 22 replayable Mini Games, 16 replayable Hidden Object Scenes, 12 replayable Movies, a Souvenir Room, 39 Hidden Candles to light, Collectible story Parables, 13 Achievements to earn, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-03-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Enjoyed the Fantastic FROGS ! :) I just completed the SE of this game and enjoyed it. When I see the magic words "FROGS & Blue T" I'm sold immediately and in this one the FROGS are really, really hidden so it was challenging but not that difficult The story-line, music, map & hint were just fine and the only thing I did not like was the mini-games that had me match the colors of round disks & little stones & I skipped them after wasting too much time trying to tell just what the Dev's wanted, it's almost like they used those time consuming mini's to make the game take more time... the rest of the mini's were okay but I am a HOG lover and at this time not a mini-game lover . Played on desktop PC running Windows 10 with no problems.
Date published: 2017-06-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Just not up to past "Parable" standards. I have bought & played all the other Parables games. So, when this was released, I had to buy it. I finally got to play the game tonight. Unfortunately it was a big let down. I am a big fan of Eipix Entertainment, & the artwork & graphics were excellent as always. Unfortunately, it’s hard to stay interested in a game when there is no continuity to the story line. It was so, as another reviewer said, choppy, & disconnected. In the other “Parable” games we had Fairy Tale characters - Cinderella, Snow Queen, Briar Rose, Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel, Goldilocks, Swan Princess, Little Mermaid, etc. In this game there are no fairy tale characters! What were they thinking? How can you have a “Parables” game with no Fairy Tale character?? !! I quit playing after a coupe of hours. It was just plain tedious. The other “Parable” games had me up half the night, & when I got up in the morning, you could be sure I was playing again with my morning tea. They were addictive! Not sure I will bother to finish this game, there’s just no real excitement, or enjoyment in playing. There comes a time when a game series just has to end. I do wish it weren’t so. If you haven't played the other Parable games, you may like this game. If you have, then I don't recommend this game. I think you will be let down.
Date published: 2017-05-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Latest Dark Parables Installment As usual this one is pretty good. My only complaints are that the visual clarity is much darker and therefore the hidden object scenes more difficult to work with. I also feel that this one is shorter than most.
Date published: 2017-03-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from What about the fairy tales?? The game was fine as far as game play. I got the CE edition. Very disappointed with the storyline. Except for being in the Alps, with 2 notes signed by Jack, and maybe the goddesses, there are NO LINKS to the previous Dark Parable games whatsoever! I was disappointed with the last one as well, but at least the main characters were tied to the Snow Queen game. The storyline with the Duke & Duchess seemed forgotten for most of the game and then rushed back in at the end. All in all, it didn't feel like anything special. I didn't feel enchanted like I did for most of the other DP games. This seemed like a very generic HO game. Very disappointing.
Date published: 2017-04-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from a let down for the series I have played every Dark Parables game in the series and this game was a huge disappointment. I'll admit the last few games have been not as good but this was the worst. The story line was almost nonexistent, their were no fairy tale characters (which is what Dark Parables is known for)and in fact the only thing I could find that tied it to the series was the mention of the sun and moon goddess. The puzzles were ok i did like the new kind of puzzle they added but there wasn't nearly enough of them or hidden object scenes for that matter and your objectives as far as what your to do and where to go were kinda vague in my opinion. Over all the only good thing about this game was the graphics and artwork which were amazing but those can only get you so far. I was looking forward to this game but it waste of time and money. I'll have to think twice before buying another Dark Parables game.
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I am done with Dark Parables... I have loved the Dark Parables games since the beginning, but the last 2 have been awful. Same puzzle every time, repeat HO scenes, and no morphing objects or collectibles in the standard editions anymore. As always, the visuals are very nice, but the story lines seem choppy. Overall, when I finished I wished I hadn't wasted my time or money. It's a shame as this used to be such a great series. For a future Dark Parables fix, guess I will go play one of the old ones...so much better.
Date published: 2017-04-07
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