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Boolat Entertainment presents the next artful adventure in the Subliminal Realms series!

Your husband-to-be is sent to your hospital after being attacked on his diving boat. He’s not sure what happened, but he reveals a time capsule that he found nestled in the bottom of a lake, containing a strange artifact. This artifact will take you to worlds beyond your imagination! But beware, there is a dark force that is taking over these beautiful worlds and lures curious souls to their doom. Find your husband and save the worlds in this creative hidden-object puzzle adventure!

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Subliminal Realms: Call of Atis is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from What a nice little game! While not the type or style of game I usually play, this is a nice little game. The graphics are stunningly hand-rendered —real eye-candy— and the music and sounds are equally well done. While the pace of the speech is a little slow, I assume this is to allow the player time to also read the text. If you've read some of my other reviews you know I'm not a big fan of puzzles, especially those that are overly complicated, or for which a degree in mathematics is almost a requirement to enable completion. In this game, however, the puzzles are sufficient to present a mild-to-medium challenge while, for the most part, should be solvable by the application of just a little logic. The HO sequences offer variety and, again, a mild-to-medium challenge. Now for the Ho-Hum report: Once again the object of the game is for the female protagonist to rescue an inept and helpless guy from the clutches of an evil supernatural being. As I've said before, I like women and find nothing incongruous about them being heroic . . . but it would be nice, now and then, for this old guy to be able to play as the same gender. Although I recommend this game, it comes with the usual caveat that you play the demo and decide for yourself.
Date published: 2017-03-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worth a look This game is beautifully drawn, the worlds you travel to are, while not completely original in concept, pleasing to the eye and unique enough you don't find yourself bored. The mini games aren't unusual really-match these, find these and use the secret codes, but the world you're doing this in is intriguing enough for me to recommend the game. By all means, try the demo and see for yourself at no risk. I was pleasantly surprised.
Date published: 2017-03-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The Beautiful Graphics Are What Sets This Game Apart From Ordinary HOPA Games I played the beta demo of this game a while back, and to be perfectly honest with you, the storyline isn't all that creative, but the graphics, well that's a whole different ball game. I was, and still am, utterly impressed with the creativity and beauty of the graphics. The artists clearly had a vision in mind, and they are able to take us on a journey, through their mind's eye, a journey through 4 magical realms of Atis. Although the first Realm is visibly more appealing, the other three are just as beautiful, and the game does a great job of holding your attention to the end, which is more than I can say about some of these games. These realms are made from magic, but where there's good, there's also evil, where there's magic, there's dark magic, and you are here for a reason, to save your fiance, Matthew! Samantha wasn't expecting Matthew to be her patient at the hospital today, but today is no ordinary day for this couple. Matthew discovered a sphere at the bottom of the lake during one of his dives, and this sphere has made Matthew very ill. The sphere wants Mathew, and Mathew wants this sphere, but neither one of them suspected what would happen next... Shortly after arriving to the world of Flying Fishes (followed by the Sand, Ice, and Dark Worlds) you will be given a Magic Box by Harold the magician, and creator of the realms. This box can dispel dark magic created by Harold's nemesis, Ralph, after playing a mini game of course, and each mini game is different and very creative. In the Collector's Edition version, there are 90 Crystal Runes to collect (once collected, you can play a Match 3 game with the crystals) and there are 15 Morphing Ghost Masks to find as well. The Hidden Object Scenes are just as beautiful as the realms are. Most of the HOP's have several different styles in each scene, as well as a puzzle or two to solve, making them highly entertaining. There are Interactive list finds, Matching Pairs finds, Silhouetted Shape finds, Progressive Interactive finds, Fragment finds, Combination Silhouetted Shape Matches, Multiple finds and even small Zoom Zone finds available. The Mini Games are fun, some are easy to solve, others require more patients. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Pass the ball through every checkpoint to open the safe lock. 2) Arrange the runes according to the shapes on each row and column. 3) Find matching pairs by clicking on two honeycombs at a time. 4) Swap tiles to complete the pattern. 5) Rotate disks to complete the image. 6) Place all of the tetris shaped puzzle pieces into the playing field. 7) Complete the sketch by first rotating sections and then flipping tiles. 8) Drag the ball through the symbol without going outside of the shape. 9) Repeat the sequence of tile selections. 10) Swap tiles to complete the picture. 11) Arrange the tokens so that they complete the logic equations. 12) Press to stop the orbs when all orbs are in the empty slots at the same time. The Collector's Edition has 20 Achievements to earn, 15 Morphing Ghost Masks, 90 Crystal Runes to collect and play a Match 3 game, 18 Concept Art pictures, 18 Wallpaper Posters, 9 Videos, 10 Music Soundtracks, 25 replayable Mini Games, 22 replayable Hidden Object Scenes, Story recaps, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-03-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Gorgeous fantasy game! I'm really enjoying the heck out of this gorgeous fantasy game. First game in a long while that I just don't want to stop playing. It's one of those games that you just enjoy being immersed in. I come out of the game in a really good relaxed mood! While rescuing a love from an evil force through fantasy portals is certainly nothing new plot-wise Call of Atis is saved by its breathtaking Artwork! Visually, there is a lot to take in and/or interact with in each scene. The artwork is some of the best I've seen in a long time! The vivid colors make each scene even more stunning. Bravo to Boolat Games! I found the tasks we had to perform fairly fascinating and the challenge level is easy to moderate. I enjoyed the hidden object scenes and the puzzles. The hidden object scenes were often multi-layered and very well designed. The puzzles were not that difficult and fun to do which is saying a lot since I usually end up skipping them, I did not skip any in this game! I have enjoyed every game Boolat games has put out. Dreampath Curse of the Swamps and Two Kingdoms are two of my most memorable and favorite games. I can now add this game to that list. Please, Boolat make more games, and hurry! lol This game was worth every penny and I highly recommend it!
Date published: 2017-03-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not the Best by far I didn't hate the game, but found it to be simplistic. Graphics are not great. I suppose the storyline is ok, but again, simplistic and predictable - not really engaging. I guess I just expect more from a HO game in 2017. This game feels like it was done 5 years ago.
Date published: 2017-03-17
Rated 3 out of 5 by from NOT THE GAME I EXPECTED Subliminal Realms series, The Call of Atis, is the second game in the series and one that I have been waiting almost two years to see. When Subliminal Realms the Masterpiece was released in 2015 I thought it was one of the best games thus far in that year. I think I enjoyed every minute of playing through the painting portals and solving puzzles along the way. Now in the Call of Atis the game is much better. Albert is on a diving trip when he finds an object that is definitely much more than he should handle. You play the game as his fiancé, Samantha, who just happens to be nurse at the hospital where Albert is recovering from his accident. After assuring Samantha that everything is okay, Albert is whisked away through a portal and Samantha is off to rescue her man. Although the graphics might appear cartoonish to some, I still find them okay because the hand-drawn artwork in the scenes is terrific. The characters do appear flat but I can get over that because the game itself is terrific. You have all of the other technical features we have come to expect such as a custom level and an interactive, transporter type map that proves to be very helpful. There is another tool that you receive early in the game and it is a special box that will get rid of the evil fog you encounter in the game. In order to use the box you must solve a mini-puzzle but most of them are fairly easy. The HOPS are interactive and items are well-hidden or you must solve a puzzle to find them. I hardly ever use the hint button but I did so many times in Call of Atis. You might have to use it as well since some items are difficult to find. The HOPS are very creative and you need to think about where to find items in the scenes. I found the puzzles enjoyable but not really too difficult. I don’t do well with the hand-eye coordination puzzles and didn’t particularly care for those. One of the stinkers had three levels and I made it through the first two but finally hit the skip button on the third level. The other puzzles were terrific and some were even challenging. The CE version of the game has 90 crystals and 15 morphing objects to find in various scenes in the game. Other extras include achievements to earn, posters, concept art, videos, music, replay of HOPS and puzzles a strategy guide and a bonus chapter. Since I loved the first game in the series, it was a given that I would purchase the game as soon as it was released. I played the beta of the game several months ago and have been waiting for Call of Atis. Unfortunately, I gave the game a 5-star review based on the demo but after finishing the game I felt a bit disappointed. The first game in the series was so complex that I held out hope for Call of Atis and, by comparison, the game fell flat and could in no way compete with the first Subliminal Realms game. The changes over the recent year or two have resulted in games that are pared down and abbreviated in size. We no longer have games that provide hours or days of gameplay but are quickly thrown together and left hanging at the end. I guess until we are willing to pay full price for CE games, we can continue to get half the value that we once enjoyed. In the end, Call of Atis was a minor disappointment but was still a very good game – just not what I expected. Please try the demo or maybe enjoy this SE version of the game that is worth one of those free gameclub coupons that members acquire.
Date published: 2017-03-12
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