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4 Friends Games proudly presents the next installment of the Edge of Reality series!

Deadly “accidents” are happening all over Universe City, but they’re occurring more frequently, making the citizens question who or what is really behind them. Are they murders or something darker? When your father becomes the latest victim, it’s up to you to figure out what is causing this phenomenon. Can you prevent more tragedies before it’s too late? Find out in this riveting hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
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  • RAM: 1024 MB
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Edge of Reality: Lethal Predictions is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from STOP THE LETHAL PREDICTIONS AND SAVE THOSE YOU LOVE It has been less than a year since the first Edge of Reality game The Ring of Destiny was released and since I enjoyed it, I have been eagerly waiting for a sequel. However, when I beta tested the game for BFG, I had mixed feelings on whether it could live up to that first game but I decided that since there is a good 2fer sale, to go ahead and purchase Lethal Predictions. Although there are some things that I am not too sure I like, I still find the game to be very good. The artistic style and the graphics are colorful and quite clear with only a bit of mistiness when the artists felt it was needed. One of the things that I find annoying is that some of the voiceovers are very slow and dragged out, making them seem painful. Your tools include the integrated map and a special bracelet that you receive early in the game. As is usually the case with special tools, its use is accompanied by a puzzle to solve. The HOPS are my favorite type being mostly list with a bit of interaction. There is some variety included but, happily for me, the developers stayed with tradition. The puzzles are mildly challenging at times but for the most part they are not brain-numbing difficult. There are some good extras in the CE version of the game along with the standard stuff such as achievements, concept art, wallpapers, screensavers, music, videos, replay of HOPS and puzzles, a bonus chapter and the strategy guide. Some of the collectibles to be found are quite hard to spot, and, yes, I did cheat when there was one that I absolutely could not find. Although not everyone will like the game, it was perfect for me. We have yet another rainy wet weekend here so Lethal Predictions is the perfect way for me to spend the day since I can’t be out in my garden. Even though I have played HOPA games for over ten years, I still found places in Lethal Prediction where it was a bit difficult and I couldn’t find what I needed to do to progress. There are some gamers who might become bored with the game but I love it and am enjoying gawking at everything I see. Because I really enjoyed the first Edge of Reality game I hope that Lethal Predictions lives up to my expectations but thus far, I find it entertaining. Maybe because I am a dog lover with my own personal pack of Yorkies and a Chihuahua, I find the antics of Uni enjoyable to watch. Who could help but love a dog with big droopy eyes who wants to play at every turn? Edge of Reality 2: Lethal Predictions is, IMHO, a wonderful game but please try the demo to see if it is a game you will enjoy as well.
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great fun Fast paced, good HOs and puzzles. My favourite type of genre.
Date published: 2017-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's all about the DOG Based on the demo. This is a pretty straight ahead, easy game. Easy HOs, easy puzzles. Predictable play and story line. But the DOG. There is a DOG! They could have done the game without her, but if you've ever had a DOG, you need to at least play the demo. The DOG gets the game 5 stars from me. Do try it out and enjoy.
Date published: 2017-03-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This Is One Of The Few Games That Actually Gets Better After The Demo! When I first played the demo of this game in the Collector's Edition, I wasn't all that impressed, and I only gave the game a 3 star rating. I decided to purchase the CE during a BOGO sale because it was free, why not. I will be honest with you, I haven't completed the entire game yet because I haven't had enough free time lately, but the game is actually picking up speed, and I'm enjoying it. Most of the time, I will buy a game after playing an awesome demo, and after a chapter or two, the game just loses momentum, sometimes it's as if the devs figured out a really interesting beginning, and an epic ending, but don't quite know what to do with the meat of the story in the middle, but this game seems to be doing a decent job with the plot. Initially, I was disappointed because I absolutely loved Edge of Reality: Ring of Destiny, because it was a fantasy game featuring dragons and other mythological creatures. Lethal Predictions however, takes place in modern day, where everything is realistic, until you discover a magical bracelet that allows you to see things no one else is able to see. I was hoping this game was about dragons too (without the princesses) but at least the storyline is different than most games Sarah is a journalist who becomes frustrated with the police who seem to be clueless that their city has been plagued with an unusually high amount of strange, unrelated accidental deaths. Sarah decides to begin an investigation of her own, and her father Jacob lends a hand. Shortly after the introduction, logic gets tossed out of the window, the family dog Uni, (my dog's name is Uno, so that's kind of cool) is lying in her dog bed cuddling with an item you supposedly need. You then toss a ball to her which magically opens a small purse, and the only thing that spills out is a pair of scissors that you just so happen to need to open her bag of dog food. After filling her bowl with the food, she emerges from her bed which magically exposes an enormous pile of junk you must sift through HOP style, Uni obviously has a hoarding problem! The next thing you know, an explosion occurs that lands the three of them in the hospital How Uni got to the hospital is one thing, WHY Uni went to the hospital is the bigger question, and I'm pretty sure this is unsanitary. Sarah wakes up, (apparently her lab work was able to determine that she had no medical problems whatsoever) dad's still snoozing, Uni's got all the time in the world, she'll just wait for dad on the unused bed. To leave the hospital, Sarah must use dad's keycard!? This is the same keycard that dad uses to gain access to his office!? Security for both buildings is worthless if any keycard works on any door, did I miss something here? In the Collector's Edition version, there are the typical Achievements to earn and replayable puzzles, but the only collectibles are 44 opaque hidden Masks. In my opinion, the masks are actually hidden quite well because they are opaque, they blend very well into the scenery. Most of the Hidden Object Scenes are Interactive List finds, one of which gives you a fragment with each object found that completes a picture and gives you a brief synopsis of the story. The Mini Games are pretty easy to figure out, below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Set the pressure gauge to 7 by pressing valves to adjust the pressure. 2) Examine each folder and determine which cause of death symbol to match it with. 3) Choose directional arrows to follow phone direction paths to take. 4) Match pairs of symbols by flipping over two sections at a time, sections shuffle with every wrong selection. 5) Enter the correct code according to the clue, select the numbers below the flowers to change them. 6) Jump over the faces until only one remains, only different faces can jump over each other. There are 3 different levels that increase in difficulty. The Collector's Edition has 18 replayable Mini Games, 11 replayable Hidden Object Scenes, 4 Screensavers, 6 Concept Art pictures, 6 Wallpapers, 4 Music Soundtracks, 12 Achievements to earn, 24 replayable Movies, 44 collectible Masks, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-03-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from ~~~Edge of Reality earns 3 star rating but deserves 4~~~ I love the Living Legends series and Immortal Love, and now these developers take the genre to a whole different level. This is the second installment of Edge of Reality. The first one was Ring of Destiny. The opening of Lethal Predictions asks the question, "What if I told you that accidents aren't accidents at all, whether it's a broken nail or a plane crash someone's evil will is always behind it?" Welcome to University city and the extraordinary story of Sarah whose magic infused charm bracelet enables her to see into the events of the future. Events of horrifying murder's and the ability to change the trajectory of these murders before it's too late! Reviewers have already touched on Jacob and Charles with their involvement with the story. Now you are faced with the supernatural task of stopping a spirit of vengeance. A horrifying Banshee and she is cursing her victims one by one, fulfilling an ancient tragedy that dates back 100 years. The police investigation team Beth and Roy enter into the story after your accident and hospital stay, when they become suspicious of your encounters. They believe you have a personality disorder. Beth even tells Roy you need psychiatric help. You can't blame them though; they haven't seen future like you have. It's only after you see the future fate of police investigator Roy and what you must do in order to save him AND your father that the story plot thickens. You won't be alone though, Uni your dog is along for the journey. Uni is a dog lovers dream by the way and while using the bracelet may at times be a bit cumbersome it is a useful artifact that helps you progress forward in this quagmire of a quest. So if your looking for something beyond the status quo in this genre this game is for you! Phenomenal and riveting accurately describe this unbelievable adventure. Players of every level can enjoy this edition, so Demo and keep in mind that the storyline and gameplay really change velocity after the demo. I was pleasantly surprised just how intriguing and engaging this HOPA was, in spite of the rather easy puzzles. The hidden object scene's are exceptional, like the graphics and the voice-overs. I hope 4 Friends developers continue with this series and if you've been looking for a game to use a game coupon toward this is it. Cheers!
Date published: 2017-03-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Visually excellent, but... Basically, the premise is what the name of the game says. There's a mystical monster who makes predictions which turn out to be death sentences. In addition, there's definitely something up with a spooky nurse and a weird hospital that you can't get out of without finding a way to unlock the door, even though you've been told you are uninjured and able to leave. Unfortunately, there's way too much use of a "mystical bracelet" which allows you to see things no one else can see and do things no one else can do. You use the bracelet to break through mystical barriers so you can then go on to the next mystical barrier. In other words, simply the overuse of yet another gadget. *Yawn.* And yes, there is a dog, but pretty much all he does is get in the way, at least during the part of the demo I played before giving up. This gives you something to do besides breaking through mystical barriers: getting the dog to move out of the way. There are plenty of easy HOS and mini-games, which are also easy, and four levels of difficulty including a custom level. I didn't notice the music, so apparently it's unobstrusive. A+ on the graphics, though.
Date published: 2017-03-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Why the annoying animals? For some reason I was able to play this demo twice. If I remember correctly, I didn't finish the first time and playing it again, I can understand why. This is a slow, tiring game. All you do is flit from area to area finding things to open other things and this dumb dog keeps sitting on things you need to open to progress. Graphics are ok but not great and the characters need a lot of work to make them likable. HO's are passable but just barely and need better graphics. I couldn't get into the story either. Seems a little on the cartoonish side. You have this big "terrifying" monster who needs to make a list before he/she kills anyone so it looks like an accident. If the developers are going to put a monster or any evil being in their stories how about at least making them really scary, not cartoony. I can't recommend this one at all but at least play the demo and decide for yourself.
Date published: 2017-03-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Please Describe Your Premise in One Sensible Sentence Sarah is investigating the cause of an increasing number of accidents in her city. She has enlisted her father's help and he will pay the price first. Dad receives information leading him to send his assistant to collect a magical bracelet that will allow the wearer to "see" an evil entity, Dolor, and other mystical items. The bracelet will hopefully protect the wearer from Dolor. Sarah picks up the broken bracelet, previously retrieved from a tree in the park. She finds the missing pieces in a plant room at the assistant's house and repairs the bracelet. She puts it on in time to see Dolor cause another accident. Good stuff: There are all the usual game elements. Mediocre stuff: The HOPs, mini-game/puzzles, artwork, and characterizations are all bland and pedestrian. Bad stuff: Dolor is the first evil entity with rules: he has lots of power to cause accidents and kill people, but each time he must write out the plan in three steps. Sometimes those three steps are unrelated and bizarre. So much for all that power. Sarah uses the bracelet constantly, but to little purpose - at one point finding an invisible evil red mouse to give to an invisible evil red cat! Game play is slow and slowed even further by the animation and conversations that should be moving the story along. As if that isn't discouraging enough, there are cutesy animals showing up. These include a basset hound that is trained to sit on items you need and a raccoon in an invalid's hideout that will need to be bribed. The over-colored artwork fuzzes and darkens out between scenes and during animations. This is another illustration of a game being rushed to market without any thought and vetting by the Devs. Please try the Demo for yourself.
Date published: 2017-03-06
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