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Mariaglorum, the studio behind Mystery of the Ancients, invites you to bundle up and brace yourselves for the first game in their all-new series: Bonfire Stories!

The Quiet Grove resort has been abandoned for years, after a series of guests mysteriously disappeared – rumors blamed a terrifying figure called the faceless gravedigger. With no bodies or suspects, the case went cold, and the events faded into legend. But when you and your partner arrive to dig up a news story, you quickly find out that those tall tales were all true! Now the faceless gravedigger is on your trail, and if you can’t escape, you’ll become the latest chapter in this horrific legend. Track down clues and solve challenging puzzles to stay alive in this chilling hidden-object adventure game!

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  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • Hard Drive: 617 MB

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Bonfire Stories: Faceless Gravedigger is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Thoroughly Enjoyable! This is a fun game that doesn't drag on endlessly. Some games have puzzles that are frustrating rather than fun, but these are doable. It's not a complicated game; you won't have to constantly hit the hint button or refer to the walkthrough. It's not a large file game, so you won't forget where locations are. One of the most fun games I've played in a long time, with a fun twist at the end. If you want a game that keeps you up nights trying to figure it out, don't buy this one. Otherwise, enjoy.
Date published: 2017-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brilliant! Just Brilliant! The Story Line, the voice overs, the graphics, absolutely everything about this game is great.
Date published: 2017-06-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from On my third time playing this one Im not sure why I liked it so much... great graphics and the story was pretty cool as well... Found it enjoyable
Date published: 2017-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Just Right Game All parts of the game were "Just Right" to me. Level of difficulty, story line, graphics, movement back-and-forth, hidden object minis were fun and not frustrating. Haven't enjoyed a game this much for a long time.
Date published: 2017-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ~~~MARIAGLORUM DELIVERS A GREAT MYSTERY SERIES TO BIS FISH~~~ After numerous installments into the League of Lights and the Mystery of the Ancients series, Mariaglorum is finally coming out with a brand-new series. The Faceless Gravedigger is a promising opener for the Bonfire Stories series, featuring a creepy tale along the line of classic campfire stories. A rumor has been going around about the mysterious Faceless Gravedigger, who might be the reason behind countless disappearances at the Quiet Grove resort. Is this just an urban legend, or is it real? Bonfire Stories: The Faceless Gravedigger is a horror-lite done right. While the base plot of the game might not be anything revolutionary, the magic of the game lies in the delivery. The game delivers a captivating storyline through well-rendered cut-scenes, sharply-written dialog and crafty puzzles. I was intrigued all the way through, from start to finish. Production wise, Bonfire Stories: The Faceless Gravedigger lives up to Mariaglorum’s high standards. The graphics are multi-dimensional, the animations are excellent, and the voice-acting does not sound out-of-place. The game manages to effectively convey the spooky vibe of the atmosphere, without using overwhelmingly dark colors or overusing fog effects. I certainly did not expect this level of challenge from Bonfire Stories: The Faceless Gravedigger. The gameplay itself is not particularly complex, but that does not mean that it is not challenging. Unlike most HOPAs nowadays, Bonfire Stories involves a lot of backtracking, a large number of items in the inventory at the same time, and a large number of tasks to be completed in a single scene. Some might find these factors frustrating, but I thought they served as a nice change in the current HOPA landscape. Moreover, I also enjoyed the hidden object scenes and the puzzles – all of which are extremely well-crafted and offer good variety. Bonfire Stories: The Faceless Gravedigger took me four hours to complete. I played the casual setting option and I had a blast. I hope the developers will continue with this series and I hope casual gamers will enjoy this as much as I did. Cheers!
Date published: 2017-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EXCELLENT - hope there is more like this in a series! Really liked this game. Different story line, interesting, good graphics and smooth play. Good mini games. Overall really fun game.
Date published: 2017-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from awesome game. this was an excellent game. Nice story line good interaction.
Date published: 2017-06-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GATHER AROUND THE FIRE, HAVE YOU EVER HEARD ABOUT THE FACELESS GRAVEDIGGER? IT GOES SOMETHING LIKE THIS........ Grab your flashlights, and come sit down by the campfire, have I got a story to tell you! You aren't afraid are you? Well you should be, because this is no ordinary Bonfire story, this is the true story of the Faceless Gravedigger, told by the one and only person who ever made it out alive! It goes something like this........ Quiet Grove was once a breathtaking Resort. A place where people were just dying to get in, but now, are dying trying to get out!. Many years ago, after four guests mysteriously disappeared without a trace, Quiet Grove was forced to close its gates for good. Time hasn't been kind to the resort, the mortar has begun to crumble, and weather erodes all that remain. Deep within the shadow of ruins, lurks the Faceless Gravedigger who patiently awaits for his next victim, his beastly companion always by his side. The Beast and it's master were here long before you were, and will be here long after you're gone. You can fight the beast, but you will never win, after all, the Faceless Gravedigger has already begun digging a grave, your grave! In my opinion, the Collector's Edition version, could have been epic if the devs would have chosen to have some really good Morphing Objects from beyond the grave. But nooo, instead they chose to offer Character figurines and hidden Paw Prints! This isn't a game about puppies and kittens, it's a game about an Urban Legend (Bonfire Story) the Faceless Gravedigger! Wouldn't you agree that finding a Morphing Faceless Gravedigger is more appealing? At least exchange the puppy paw prints with grave markers or a scythe! Could've, Would've, Should've. Because I was unimpressed with the selection of "extra's, the CE version offered, I'm totally on board with this Standard Edition version. The Hidden Object Scenes are really well done and are located in interesting scenes. There are Multiple finds, Interactive list finds and Keywords in sentence finds, all of which have plenty of interactions to hold your interest, some even have puzzles to solve. My only complaint is that some of the objects are a little too small and unrecognizable. The Mini games are doable, but not necessarily simplistic. Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Drag a wire from the starting point to it's color coded node without crossing wire paths. 2) Arrange pipes to restore the water flow by swapping directional pipe sections. 3) Select buttons to replicate the punch card template, some buttons affect others. 4) Use the map to navigate the basement tunnels. You will have to explore dead ends as well, to find necessary inventory items to progress. 5) Aim and press to shoot a tennis ball when horizontal and vertical moving lines are centered in the target. 6) Create the correct pictural by selecting either the bowls of glowing mushrooms or segments of the mural. The Collector's Edition has 8 Music Soundtracks, 9 Achievements to earn, 9 Character Figurines, 25 hidden Paw Prints of the beast, 17 Wallpapers, 36 Concept Art pictures, 6 Videos, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-06-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Based on completed game This game wasn’t as long as most. I play on custom mode and try to complete most the MG & all the HOS. I had my phone’s stopwatch on whenever I was playing. I play at an average pace and like to figure things out on my own, so it may be quicker/slower for you. The SE portion took me 3 hours. The CE bonus play was only ½ hour. The shortest bonus I’ve ever played. Total gameplay (with CE bonus play)= 3 1/2 hours Here are details about the CE version & bonus play in case you are thinking of picking that version over this one. Achievements: I am not normally one that cares about these, but this game had some fun things on this page so be sure to check it out. One has a jigsaw puzzle to assemble; one has a quiz on the game. I missed a few so idk if there more fun things in this area. There is NO MORE COLLECTING in bonus play. I missed a statue in the SE portion and there is no going back for it, so be sure to take inventory before ending the SE. There are 7 areas of gameplay in bonus play; 2 are old and 5 are new. There are 3 more HOS & 2 more MG. Story in bonus play: You are back at the campfire. Alex & Natalie are scared off when Daria goes missing. I play the same character (Nick- guy with the glasses) I played in SE and my mission is to find Natalie. The SE portion of the end of the game closes well and it is independent of the CE play. CE ending was fantastic and well thought out. The strategy guide is 42 pages. To give you an idea how long bonus play is, the demo was 10 pages long (Chap 1 & 2) and bonus play is only 7 pages. Chapter 3 (pg. 20 of wtg) has one of the best overhead maze puzzles I’ve done where you find one item to unlock the next and get out of the maze. Chapter 4 into chapter 5 you play in a gorgeous abandoned park. BONUS CONTENT -CE version: 8 DL Music tracks- I saved 2. “Bonfire Stories” & “Thoughts” sounds like Bonfire Stories as the piano version. These tracks were funky as to what was actually playing when I hit the “play” button, on my Windows 7 so make sure the actual track is playing by pausing and replaying. 17 wallpapers that save to your doc file, 36 Concept art (6 are storyboards) they can’t be saved, 9 statues of the characters you collect in the secondary windows, have their own page but there is no character description. A page for collectable paw prints. You can re-watch 26 videos and I personally re- watched them again every chapter or so to refresh the story. There is no diary in the game that holds story or notes, only a useless task list. If you liked this game, I felt these were similar— (most are serial killer type games). 1. Harrowed Halls #1 Lakeview Lane feels a lot like this one. 2. Campfire Legends: The Hookman – This series is a trilogy (game starts the same where teens are telling ghost stories around a bonfire. I loved this series- but they are older games, made around 2011, so they don't have portal maps etc). 3. Phantasmat #6: Town of lost hope 4. Haunted Hotel #11 The Axiom Butcher 5. Mystery Tales #4: Her own eyes The only thing that would have improved this game is to make it longer and bonus much longer. Add a diary or something to hold notes, and a screensaver would have been enough ce content for me with the bonus play, in my opinion. I loved this first installment and can’t wait for the second. Thank you BFG/Mariaglorum! This is my new favorite game by this developer.
Date published: 2017-06-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from that would be great if the next games are more scareyer The story was great and I hope this Bonfire Stories: make more games
Date published: 2017-06-16
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