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Vendel Games is back to prove that even death can't stand in the way of vengeance in the latest Spirit of Revenge!

This time, it's up to you to find out what's causing antiques in a local town to turn against their owners! You'll have to delve into history to stop this Spirit of Revenge. Do you have what it takes to save the town, or will you fall to the spirit's malevolent plans? Find out in this haunting hidden-object puzzle adventure!

  • Uncover the Rosen family's appalling secret in the bonus game!
  • Lots of collectibles to find!
  • Enjoy wallpapers, concept art, soundtrack, and more!
  • Never get lost with the strategy guide!

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 998 MB

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Spirit of Revenge: Unrecognized Master Collector's Edition is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Spirit of revenge Excellent game excellent graphics, storyline very good, puzzles and hogs excellent, this is a game that you don.t want to leave once you start to play the game , not one to miss
Date published: 2017-09-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from THANKS FOR ALL THE PUZZLES! YAY! Toys have gone awry! A Spirit of Revenge fan i.e. Cursed Castle and Elizabeth's Secret, Vendel Developers went through a lot of hard and tedious work presenting so many game puzzle and hidden object scenes--of which my previous reviews focus they're usually not enough. Also, devs have presented players with challenge--imagine that--which is probably why the undeserved less than stellar reviews. Have to play through this game's good amount of challenge. Also fell in love with the detailed artwork. Although not a fan of green smoke and villains knocking over furniture to assist in their escape, this is a purchase for me due to overall excellent game play! Enjoy!
Date published: 2017-09-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This game is funny and enjoyable to play Okay, maybe there's a little bit too much green in this game, but, on the other hand, these kind of colourful looks are common these days in casual games. aren't they, so you won't hear me complaining. I happen to like puppets very much, and I love little helpers in a game. If puppets aren't your thing, maybe this game isn't for you. But the game itself is excellent.
Date published: 2017-09-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice collectibles... Hello friends! As always, I review mostly on the game play and leave the story to others to review. We have #6 in this series, no, I do not have them all either. This game has nice clear graphics for a change. Game play was excellent, with no problems during the demo. Colors are quite nice and bright. Voices are age and character appropriate, with emotion and not just someone reading a script. I noted that we cannot click through dialog if we read faster than they speak. Animation is excellent when it comes to facial movements, but the legs just don't seem to work in this game. The characters just sort of float in and out of the scene and don't actually walk, where some just seem to jump in your face. Weird. Music is soothing, but moves with whatever may be happening in a scene at the time. Sound FX aren't bad. We do have a bird helper, which I'm not too fond of. He's actually kind of creepy looking, but then, he is mechanical. HOPs are varied interactive lists and interactive silhouettes. The scenes are fairly clear and items are not difficult to find. Puzzles are a little different and well done. Some took me some time and thought to complete, but not all that difficult either. Didn't run across many HOPs or puzzles in this one, but enough. Hint system is quite helpful and we do have a transport feature for longer locations. The jump map is also helpful, but it is very bland and boring and not really needed for this game, except to see where the missed collectibles are hiding. Collectibles are many. We have "actors" figurines, which I haven't run a cross yet. We a lot of morphing items, which morph very slowly, so it is easy to miss them. We also have paint tubes, which open a special puzzles. Looks like we have three extra puzzles to complete in this one. We also have to find musicians. This is something else I didn't run across during the demo. The game wasn't bad at all and the story line was okay, but did seem to move a bit slowly, but it was easy to follow. I beta tested this a while back and I see that they did fix some "oops" in the game play. Even though there isn't much challenge, I sort of liked this one, and I especially like all the collectibles...the more the better. I think most players will find this one fun for one reason or another. Yes, I am adding this one to my collection of CE games, but I will wait for a really good special. As always, try if out 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.
Date published: 2017-09-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from FOR THOSE OF US WHO LIKE HELPERS This is a review of the reviewers: Although we value your reviews, there are those of us who DO ENJOY HELPERS in the game. It would be preferable to limit discouraging the developers from including helpers in their games!! We get it; YOU do not like them. Developers: please CONTINUE to use helpers in your games. We purchase your games because HELPERS are an ADDED bonus for us. P.S. There is merit in this also: Some of us simply want to play a game for the fun and beauty it offers as well as relaxation. (Every game does not have to be a challenge.) Those developers work very hard for our entertainment and they need to know we appreciate their efforts.
Date published: 2017-09-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A little bit different (in a good way) This is based on part of the demo. I found it to be a fun game and a little bit creepy. Not much of a review, I know, but another reviewer has pretty much summed it up. I intend to buy it. Give it a try.
Date published: 2017-09-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Same story as always but I still like it Beautiful graphics, not too much dialogue, same story as always in this series but I really enjoyed it so far. I don´t mind helpers, I think they are funny and this kiwi is really cute.
Date published: 2017-09-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Beware of old toys We are shown a small town, a workshop, where people are manufacturing toys. A young man lays last hand on a well crafted puppet, when an attacker moves up and stabs him. He is dead, but the doll’s eyes begin to glow. 200 years later: the actual keepers of Rosen’s antique shop are Thomas and Emma Larsson. At an expedition in the shop’s showroom, Thomas presents an automatic puppet to the audience, which was a groundbreaking invention at the time, it was made. Suddenly the doll comes to life and Thomas seems to be obsessed with the spirit, that was set free. His wife Laura calls Miss Gale for help, as her husband acts strangely since the event, apparently believing he is his ancestor Finn Rosen. This is not the only problem. All antiques and toys, purchased in the shop, are coming to life and scare their new owners. We play as Miss Gale, the detective. Our task: investigate, what is behind the restless spirit that has now taken possession of Thomas. At the Larsson’s house we witness Thomas’ strange behavior. Emma shows us the rooms, the place, where Thomas works. Very soon we are equipped with a helper, a robotic bird. It is not just delegated to us, we need to mount it ourselves, later it has to be updated with new parts, needed for the task. The nature of this helper goes with the restless spirit, present in the old automatic puppet. HOS are variable, often combined with mini-games. Puzzles are in part surprising: beside the ‘usual’ ones, there is for example a ‘park the car’ game. You have to manoever a van into a parking lot on a screen. There are collectables and morphing objects. Following the series theme, the story is about a spirit, finding no rest, and the old doll has in a way taken in the soul of his maker. There are pros and cons for me with this game. The story is not uninteresting, pace is quite fast, we have much to do. A con is the helper. I feel, the game would have much improved without it.
Date published: 2017-09-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Mixed thoughts... I have mixed feelings about this game. It has some great elements such as interactive HOs and a nice collection of mini-games, although a few were hard to do and I ended up skipping them as I became frustrated. The graphics were nice and there was an ease to the game flow. BUT... The kiwi bird helper was creepy and annoying and the neon green emitting from the demonic puppets/dolls was too intense with an almost B movie vibe to them similar to those horrible Halloween movies. On occasion there were these brief high end screeching noises in the soundtrack that jolted me a few times. In summary this game had so much potential but fell short in many ways.
Date published: 2017-09-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from KIWIS DON’T REALLY FLY AND THIS GAME DID NOT LIFT UP MY SPIRITS EITHER 5 Chapters Plus a Bonus Chapter: OVERVIEW: Is a local town possessed, Ms. Gale? You are off through a fog of green smoke to investigate occurrences at an antique shop owned by Tom Larsson. Mysterious occurrences began when Tom discovered a puppet created by his great grandfather, Finn Rosen. Now it appears, the puppet has possessed him (as evidenced by the massive green smoke coming out of his Oz-green eyes). Since the discovery of this puppet, all items purchased at his shop have begun to come-to-life causing havoc throughout the town. His wife Emma has contacted you for help. Confront Tom, who is now referring to himself as Finn Rosen, his great grandfather, who lived over two hundred years ago, and try to expel the evil presence in the town. This game will have you seeing green. Luminescent green-eyed monsters and green smoke are omnipresent in this town. The story is another tale of doll possession much like “Annabelle” or “Chucky.” The graphics consist of bright reds, yellows, and other garish colors which, at times, are immersed within this luminescent green smoke. The HOP scenes are the only element I like in this game. They are creatively designed. The puzzles are decent, with some offering the choice between “Casual” and “Hard” options. With the thick foreign accents, I found the voice overs irritating. You collect art supplies and there are morphing objects throughout the game. I would have purchased this game except for the “pièce de résistance,” the helper bird. Hope this developer enjoys creating helpers and NOT making them optional! It is their financial loss! I won’t purchase a game with an annoying helper in a game. BIRD-BRAINED PRODUCT DESIGN. Kiwis can’t fly – but no matter, in this game your helper kiwi bird will “get his wings.” (Sorry, but I don’t think you will hear a bell ring! 'It's a wonderful life' when you don't!) You are about to improve upon Mother Nature by creating a better designed mechanical Kiwi! Hope this “bird” is not patented. I don’t EVER want to see this bird-brained idea surface again! You also get to name your active little helper as well. He is quite a performer. He performs many stunts such as whirling around to open a jar, flying up the ceiling to retrieve items, and using his beak to retrieve items under doors You modify your helper throughout the game by adding items to his bird body to help you. G.E.-NIUS IDEA: A light bulb just went off in my mind! I have a better idea – let us go back to the drawing board and nix this idea. Why even bother? Why not GET RID OF THE IDEA OF HAVING A HELPER IN A GAME? IF YOU MUST HAVE A HELPER – MAKE IT OPTIONAL IN THE GAME! HOP SCENES: The HOP scenes are splendid. This is the ONLY ELEMENT I liked in this game. They are creatively produced. In one unique scene, you interact with a scene of a town searching for items and then replacing them in the proper location. In another scene, you search for a list of items in which you must locate more than one of the items. PUZZLES: I must applaud the developer on providing two levels, “Casual” and “Hard,” for some of the puzzles. The puzzles do vary in design but most are easy. They include a cleverly designed gear puzzle which has you creating paths for the gears to be placed within the grid. There is also a unique puzzle involved in parallel parking a truck (now that spoiled my day!), a matching puzzle in which you move three segments of a wing to match the other wing in the picture, and a switch puzzle to move doorknobs into the correct position. LEVELS: Casual, Advanced, Hard, Custom Hints and Skips: 15 to 300 seconds EXTRAS: Map is provided as you play the game Achievements Collect paint tubes, musicians, and actors 10 Morphing objects End of game – play 3 mini-games in a paint-by-number 8 Wallpapers, 6 Concept Art, Music, Video clips HERE ARE THE DETAILS (SPOILERS) FOR THOSE WANT MORE INFORMATION ON THE HOP SCENES AND PUZZLES IN SEQUENCE HOP SCENES: (A) (1) Silhouette. Collect more than one item for each one shown in silhouette. (2) Locate five screwdrivers (B) Search and replace. Locate items within a town which are in the incorrect locations. A great HOP scene. (C) Silhouette. Search for items and place them back interacting with the scene. This scene has a gear puzzle. (D) List of items. (E) Matching. Match up runes (F) Silhouette items followed by a list of items. PUZZLES: (1) Easy 2) Moderate difficulty (3) Difficult A. Gear puzzle. Slide gears along a series of paths and into position so that all paths are traveled at least once without retracing your steps. (Within a HOP scene) Rating: 1 B. Physical puzzle. Choice between Casual and Hard. Move a ping pong paddle at the bottom of a scene to stop darts which are falling from above. C. Matching puzzle. Position three parts of a wing to match one on the other side of a box. 3X Rating 2 D. Parallel parking. Choice between Casual and Hard. Never learned to parallel park in high school? Well now is your chance. Park a truck by parallel parking E. Switch puzzle. Switch door handles according to eye color of the characters on the handles. Rating: 1 F. Moving tiles puzzle. Rotate three triangular sections of tokens (3 each) so that they are moved to the proper corresponding symbol. Rating: 2 G. Maze puzzle. Move a token across a maze of dots associated with items desired to be placed on a candy apple so that all the dots are crossed except for those of items not desired on the apple. Rating: 1 H. Moving tiles puzzle. Move 4 hands on a door so they all point down. Moving one affects the others. Rating: 1
Date published: 2017-09-21
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