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The castle calls... Fans of the blockbuster game Midnight Castle will thrill to Elephant Games' prequel! You play as lovable vamp Anabel this time. Your father Henry disappeared years ago, but he's been calling you in your dreams. Travel back to your hometown to save your father and learn the castle's hidden secrets! A batty sidekick, loads of silhouette and listed hidden-object puzzles, morphing objects, and collectibles make this a not-to-be-missed adventure!

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: 10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz (INTEL ONLY)
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 562 MB

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Midnight Calling: Anabel 3.7 5 17 17
I'm Coming Home! MIDNIGHT CASTLE FANS UNITE! Midnight Castle has become a cult classic, it's a journey to fulfil a prophecy and this game has loyal followers like no other game. After recurring dreams of her father pleading with her to come home, Anabel buys a one way ticket to her home town of Rocksville, and home to the Midnight Castle. Anabel's father Henry was (or is?) a famous explorer and archaeologist who entered the Midnight Castle 10 years ago and hasn't been heard from since. A prophecy has been foretold by the queen upon her deathbed that when she dies, so shall the magic. She also foretold that every decade at the stroke of Midnight, dragons would awaken and spirits would return, and the last living heir would return to fulfil her prophecy! Henry was suspicious of danger and began hiding everything of importance behind Midnight Castle symbols. This is where your journey begins, finding the symbols which hide the devices you need to get to and enter the castle. A very cute Bat will eventually join you on this journey and help you retrieve items just out of reach. The Collector's Edition has Morphing Objects, collectible Stained Glass pieces and even hidden Fairies to find, an abundance of Achievements to earn and even Plus Sign Inventory items to tinker with before using, some of which have small puzzles to figure out. The Hidden Object Scenes are decent but nothing out of the ordinary such as Silhouetted Shape finds, finding Matching Pairs of items hidden underneath a few select items and even finding items that relate to the word in Red text as a story is told about the prophecy of Midnight Castle. The Mini Games however are everywhere and anywhere, and very entertaining. There are games where you move symbols to their surrounding images and then rotate rings to allow figures to follow paths to their matching silhouettes. Next up is selecting arrows to rotate circles and swap elements in order to place letters and numbers as shown above the elements. Swapping books so that all the shelves hang on the same level. Moving colored disks to a matching ring using empty slots to slide the disks into to solve the puzzle. and even a series of puzzles where you tinker with several devices moving gems to the center of the chain, connecting colored heads together without overlapping lines etc. and using the items each puzzle gives you to move on to the next puzzle until the entire mechanism is working. The Collector's Edition has 9 Wallpapers, 10 Concept Art pictures, 4 Music Soundtracks, 27 Achievements, Morphing Objects, 32 Stained Glass puzzle pieces, 12 Collectible Fairies, a Secret Room, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter. Don't forget to give Midnight Castle a try as well, enjoy! October 16, 2015
AN EXCELLENT SPIN-OFF OF THE POPULAR MIDNIGHT CASTLE GAME In a spin-off of the popular Free-to-play game Midnight Castle, Midnight Calling Anabel is the tale of a young girl who is searching for her long missing father, a famous explorer and archeologist. Even though everyone keeps telling her that her father has died, Anabel doesn?t believe them and after ten years she still has hope that he is alive. When he pops up in her dreams she is even more convinced, so after a stealthy escape from her boarding school, Anabel heads off to find the fabled Midnight Castle and her missing father. Midnight Calling Anabel is from one of the top game devs who always brings us wonderful games including the beautiful F2P game Midnight Castle. The graphics are wonderful and quite beautiful but I think they almost seem a bit cartoonish. There are lip-synced voiceovers that are good; in fact, the entire sound package, including the music sets the tone for the game. The game offers a choice of four modes of gameplay: Casual, Advanced, Hardcore, and Custom. In the Custom mode you can select various settings as well as set the hints and skips to recharge in a range of 15 to 90 seconds. There is an interactive transporter type map that you find at the beginning of the game when you pack your bag to leave. When you click on the map icon you will find the tabs for your diary, achievements, collectibles and Leadlight. Okay, so there is a sort of animal helper in the game ? an adorable bat that even I think is cute. Our little bat friend helps us out once in a while but he is not intrusive or obnoxious. It?s not like I have to constantly feed or dress him or her to get some help. The interactive HOPs are varied in style and do not seem as plentiful as the puzzles. IMHO, Midnight Calling Anabel is a puzzle lover?s delight and one that I love. Puzzles are my main attraction in HOPA games and I am happy to see that there seem to be more puzzles than HOPS at least in the demo. Some of the puzzles are easy-peasy but some are a bit tough. I love the multi-step Rube-Goldberg type puzzles (often referred to as super puzzles) that the Mammoth team adds to their some games and Midnight Calling has at least one of those puzzles so I am eagerly looking forward to what lies ahead. I bought the CE release of the game that was quite nice. The CE release of the game includes morphing objects, collectibles creatures, and stained glass pieces to find along with achievements to be earned. The remaining extras are standard such as the strategy guide, bonus game and a secret room. Okay so here?s the scoop ? I have always been intrigued by Midnight Castle but not being a fan of the F2P games and hating quests, I have always stayed away. Fantasy type games are generally ones that I love and because of the tie-in to Midnight Castle I knew that Midnight Calling Anabel would be an instant buy for me. Now I am one happy gamer because I can finally dip my toes into the whole Midnight Castle theme and who knows what this might lead to in the future. Even though the game was an instant buy for me, as always, I recommend that you try the demo to see if this is a game you will enjoy. October 16, 2015
Good Game. Fun game, enjoyable. Not gory! Love the map and journal. Good info. Puzzles are very good fun. Loved the hidden pictures; that is a nice added touch. HOs are interesting. Fun for all, enjoy! August 25, 2016
beware of your "friends" there is a custom level and an interactive hint system to take you where you need to go. anabel wakes from a recurring dream and decides to go to her father. he is in the dream. she is in a home and someone in charge stops her from leaving so she gets out another way. she doesn't remember her past but she goes to a place that is familiar to her and runs into a childhood friend who tells you a little about what he knows and what has happened to your father. now you go to find him and the adventure begins........it is set up to have a sequel November 7, 2015
Excellent Game I would highly recommend this game! October 27, 2016
Played or Playing Midnight Castle ? Don't Miss This One!! I played Midnight Castle so for me this game was a game I had to have. I loved every minute of this game. A great game whether you played or are playing Midnight Castle.The graphics are excellent and the game was not over challenging. An excellent buy! October 14, 2016
Some CE special features missing, so CE or SE? Maybe SE. I have not played much of this game yet?I?m not long past the demo period in the CE. But I?m writing this review to give my opinion--as I usually do when both CE and SE are out?which to buy? Because if I have bought neither at that point, that?s what I want to know. I?m having lots of fun with this game just wandering around and clicking on stuff, at least as far as I have gone. It?s a solid game, and it?s pretty, and the puzzles are fun, so far. Go read Sunnyglow?s great CE review here for more detail: http://www.bigfishgames.com/games/11274/midnight-calling-anabel-ce/?mac But I still say, buy this game, the SE, I think. (Though I did buy the CE because I needed a game for the 2-for-1 sale.) The reasons I recommend the SE instead of the CE are: ?There is no ability to play the puzzles over and HOPs over, and ?Apparently, from reviews of the CE, the game is quite short. But: ?there are morphing objects and collectables, ?there is a bonus chapter, and ?according to BFG, there is "A charming extra challenge in the Secret Room.? So maybe that makes the CE right for you. Have a look at both. My only real gripe about this game is, the first game, which BGG describes as "the blockbuster game Midnight Castle? is not available on a Mac! Hey BFG! What?s up with THAT! October 16, 2015
3 1/2 Star Adventure Graphics are nicely done and characters are pleasant too. I do enjoy these stories, nothing original, but never gets old. I did wait for the SE as this is not a CE product and I'm glad I did wait. Even though it's beautifully done, there is nothing new or original and it's also very short. If you 2 1/2 - 3 hours to sit down and lose yourself, give this one a try. October 16, 2015
Midnight Calling: Anabel has a great story hook I love adventure games with HO, but oftentimes, the stories are really just kind of...meh? Especially the endings? I loved the story in this game. I was so involved, and all the puzzles were pretty easy, but I was interested in the resolution and the characters and it made me want more of this world. I also play Midnight Castle, which is free, and I find it a bit tedious compared to this. Because It doesn't have a storyline. June 18, 2016
Good Game I enjoyed this game. I liked the characters, the puzzles, the HO games, everything. It wasn't good enough to get 5 stars, but almost. December 2, 2015
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