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Mad Head Games proudly presents a mysterious new adventure in their popular Nevertales series!

As Francis Chambers, a young investigative journalist, you're hot on the trail of a wanted man Mark Tailor. Your chase ends up at an abandoned publishing building, where the only thing still working is an elevator. Once entered, it takes you to a myriad of worlds and dangers where you play the hero and save the day, while also finding your own way home.

  • Elegant but gripping soundtrack and musical score
  • HO scenes that are tightly connected with the story and the atmosphere
  • Creative puzzles that are challenging and rewarding
  • Painstakingly created characters where the design follows their hidden agendas
  • Collector Edition bonuses including a continued adventure chapter, replayable hidden object puzzles and mini games, game art and collectables.

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 669 MB

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Nevertales: Forgotten Pages Collector's Edition is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 36.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Crazy crazy worlds! I loved story plot for this game and was thrilled by excursion to wild west aesthetics! Also HO scenes are interesting and I loved way multiple yet intertwined zooming on locations is functioning leading me to conclusions about what to do or what to search! Real nice job!
Date published: 2017-07-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Heart of Your [creator's] Story My new fav. By playing it, I discovered bit by bit new features, original puzzles and that was a gaming unmatched surprise! What a clever game. I might not agree with its aesthetics completely, but it consists of really-really clever and unique components, all the way to the end. You must find collectibles in the form of books with a heart in the center plus morphing objects in the mini HOG interactive puzzles. The imprint on the typemachine of the items you must find, in the interactive puzzles, is particularly clever. Another clever puzzle concerns your entry to the elevator, plus the idea when you must following (with the arrows) the beast flying in the abandened cowboy city. Even the menu is completely differently "staged". I really liked the performance in terms of speakage of the witch-cat. And the cherry on top being the flying broom... vroom, vroom! Like the best surprise party ever, I was really thrilled by playing this game. Bravo!
Date published: 2017-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is one fab game! I have over 200 games and am enjoying this one immensely. Playing on hard core. It has real challenge. 5 stars all the way from one of my fav series!
Date published: 2017-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Clever Story with a Fun Twist + Engaging Puzzles This game was more imaginative than most of the games in this category. The storyline was unique and you play as two different characters, a woman in the main storyline, and a guy in the bonus chapter. (I don't think the bonus chapter is necessary, to be honest? It didn't add much to the story, although it was still enjoyable.) The story builds upon itself and delivers an interesting twist, and game play is not dragged out too long. The games are challenging and not nonsensical as they often are in some of these games. Nice collectibles hidden on each screen. Really pretty graphics and music, edited very well. Well worth playing!
Date published: 2017-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Those Mad Heads have done it again! Excellent! Exceptional! Extraordinary! There aren't enough superlatives for this game. I was so entranced by the story and the game that I became completely immersed, and the real world around me simply disappeared. The music was so unobtrusive, that I often didn't even hear it. When I did, it was perfect for the scene. The graphics! I could have stayed for hours in the hay loft! The quality of light, feeling of comfort...so real! The characters were beautifully drawn and animated, as was all the scenery. I was bowled over by the clever use of the typewriter and phone in those two HOPs. Great imagination, MH! The games were great, though I have to admit, I missed the "completed all games without skipping" achievement. It's a problem with me, not the game. I simply can't do those games where you have to avoid obstacles while moving forward. Other games were great, some really challenging, some a "gimme". The only downfall I met in the game was the misspellings. Yes, I am a card carrying member of the grammar and spelling police and "starecase" jolted me back to reality like a glass of cold water in the face. I get that most of these games are produced in Eastern Europe, and I say GOOD ON YOU for you hard work to keep us entertained and playing. But, please have a native English (or whatever language they are being translated into) read prior to final publication. The errors will never stop me from buying MH games, though! They are just TOO GOOD! Do I recommend this game? You bet your sweet patootie I do! More, please! More!
Date published: 2017-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An Excellent Game One of my favorite aspects of this game is that the scenes are zoomed in closer, and none are burdening. The story and game flows excellently without tedious back-tracking. The music and atmospheres are excellent. I did breeze through it, even set to 'hardcore' skill level. But that's fine, I actually prefer it that way. Well, done.
Date published: 2017-07-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved it! This is my favorite game so far this year. I enjoyed everything, even puzzles, which aren't my favorite. The HOPS were innovative and fun and I got so involved in them I almost forgot to look for the morphing objects. Thanks Mad Head for a wonderful ride.
Date published: 2017-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unforgettable Finished the Forgotten Pages early this morning. Wonderful special fantasy game! Special fantasy came to my mind, when I recall the different fantastic and more real worlds or world pieces, I visited via my (always vanishing) elevator. Loved it, to search for ingredients for the shapeshifting potion for the cat-witch in her little flying room as well as in a garage. Then I had to climb a small space ship and shoot the safe - another way to open such a closed casket....... There were so many extraordinary steps in my voyage, I wasn't bored a second in playing this adventure. This combination of a neverending story, where the writer creates his worlds and what he experiences there in combination with portal journeying via elevator into traditional fantastic worlds (2 towers, 2 brothers fighting each other for good and evil) as well as realistic worlds, where a bank is robbed..... is quite unique. The Nevertales started out as pure fantasy but developed with the Hidden Doorway and now the Forgotten Pages into a new form of fantastic tale. This is a creative fantasy, which gives wings to the players' own ideas. Away from the old tales, narrated ever and ever more in the traditional fantasy games, where by now often helpers have to jump in to present the newbie in the game, the Forgotten Pages have a static point with Murray, who gives the player the ground from which he can jump into the worlds to get to the core of the stories. As this is a game, I don't want to neglect features as HO scenes and puzzles - both creative, puzzles neither too easy nor too hard. Both very well set into the development of the story.
Date published: 2017-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from MOST CREATIVE CASUAL GAME STORY IN A LONG TIME! This one had me fooled for a while. I thought well it has the inventive games and graphics that we expect from Mad Head games but the story is ,perhaps with a twist from a couple of possibilities I see, going to be one I have played over and again. It in the end was not that at all, but that rarest of things in the world of hidden object puzzle adventure, a creative and new story which grows out of one of the most basic stories. I will say that the team which made this is aware of the stories of P.K.Dick but beyond that just this to invite you to not just do the demo but sign on for the whole journey. I wager you won't regret it. The only more ground breaking story I know was Adam Wolfe and that was the work of this same team. Enjoy!
Date published: 2017-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Game, More of a Challenge I adore Mad Head Games--no one can touch them in terms of innovation and storyline (how awesome that they don't always feature a gloomy castle!). But in the past I've found their games not quite challenging enough. You couldn't customize things to be significantly harder--turning off contextual icons, helpful text, things like that. They now have a full complement of choices, including, thank goodness, turning off the obnoxious pop-up objectives that any player worth their salt doesn't need. I can't figure out why more developers don't make that an option. Anyway, the game play is a bit linear, but definitely a lot more fun now that I can up the challenge factor. The story is interesting and the graphics are top notch. There aren't too many (if any) tired devices like endless amulet locks. I hope this developer stays around for a long time--their games are so refreshing. Definitely not the same old, same old.
Date published: 2017-06-24
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Nevertales: Forgotten Pages Collector's Edition

A young journalist following a wanted felon chases him to a golden elevator that takes her to other worlds, where huge danger threatens everything.

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