Annabel

Annabel

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While exploring a museum in Egypt, Annabel stumbles upon an ancient curse that claims an innocent victim every ten years, and she may be next. Relive the struggle of an ancient Egyptian princess that fought against all odds to be with the man she loved. Only your wits can overcome the devious puzzles and magical traps set by her enemies. Could Annabel be the reincarnation of that ancient princess, still threatened by a curse that has chased her for millennia?

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 600 Mhz
  • RAM: 256 MB
  • DirectX: 8.1
  • Hard Drive: 150 MB

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Annabel 3.5 5 15 15
Loved This game.... not your common HO Great story wish there were a few more hints. You are really on your own. really very different type of game. Own it September 5, 2012
Awesome! Possibly the best game by Bigfish. Is this a new frontier in HO games? The third dimension gives to the game a new depth (in any sense) making the player feel like he/she is really there. Perhaps it's a bit short and too easy, but it is also true that it's the first 3D game of this kind. Please give us more! April 21, 2014
An Immersive HOG This is only the second HOG I've seen that uses 3-D polygons instead of flat drawings. Unlike "Elementary My Dear Majesty", this one does not let you view a scene from different angles, so each scene ends up playing like a 2-D HOG. However, the scenes themselves and moving between them are much more immersive, like a modern FPS, and each task requires you to move between multiple scenes, so it doesn't feel like you're staring at a painting all day. Most of the voice acting is even more stiff and emotionless than the animation, so that it sounds like the actors are just reading the script out loud instead of performing the character voices. The one playing "Thoth" was better acted than the rest, and a bit amusing. The writers should have done better research, though since in Egyptian mythology, Thoth was supposed to be tall, slender, birdlike and male, while this character was more like Taweret, being short, chubby, busty and female. Overall, the game was kind of short, but fun to play. Hopefully this new style will keep improving in the future. June 20, 2015
Great Story and Game I liked point and click adventures. This game had plenty to do and a nice storyline. No hand holding. That made me happy, Although, I got a bit dizzy speeding around in circles looking for things, I was able to just close my eyes for a couple seconds until the room stopped moving. Fun characters and interesting locations. I was looking for something different and Big Fish had a spotlight on this developer, so I took a chance on the game based on the reviews. I wasn't disappointed. The last mini game took a while to complete. I backed out then came back in and the colored patterned changed. The second pattern was a bit easier to complete. I like Egyptian themed games and this one was challenging enough even though the graphics were flat and old school. Try the demo and judge for yourself. May 19, 2015
An Ideal Introduction to Adventure Games Annabel, the very first game I purchased from BFG long ago, was, for me, an initiation to casual games, a refreshing change from the 3D hard core [not pornographic..!!! LOL] and more mature FPS games I was used to. I played it with great pleasure then, and replayed it recently with equal satisfaction. Annabel is a search-and-find adventure, not a HOG. The items you need are scattered in different locations. There is plenty of tasks to accomplish and objects to find and combine, You navigate from locale to locale using the arrow keys or your mouse, you can zoom in on a particular spot, and scroll to have the full screenshot. Set in Ancient Egypt, the storyline is simple but effective. There is nothing truly difficult in this game, although it will often challenge your wits. But if you think outside the box, use logic and common sense, as well as creativity, you will get to the end without much trouble. This, by the way, applies to any adventure game that is purely an adventure. The artwork is quite good, the music nice, and the minigames/puzzles interesting yet not all that difficult. Since they all are classics, one could deplore their lack of innovation, but Annabel is not a new release. What was the norm when it came out might now be considered outdated as later games offer variants of classics or novelties as well as a few genuinely diabolical puzzles, sometimes for the better, but not always. It is true that no puzzle can be skipped, but as I said, they are not tricky; a bit of patience and common sense are what it takes to solve them... and they all are solvable ! One good feature: they can be replayed via the main menu....just for the sake of pleasure or as a mental exercise. Annabel is good fun to play. Due to its relative simplicity, it is also the perfect game to introduce players to adventure games, as a first step before tackling much tougher ones like Nancy Drew, the Art of Murder series, Syberia or any Large File Game. December 26, 2011
Fun adventure game I like these kind of games where you have to think and search for things keeps the game going no time to get bored theres so much to do.. November 16, 2011
Annabel mini puzzles This game has good graphics with a motion camera when you go to another level, but the characters speech is really awful. Most of the mini games are fun to use, although 2 of them are very tricky to complete. My recommendation would be to have a "skip" function as now I'm stuck on the last puzzle, and unable to complete the story, and looking at the help pages I'm not alone!!! October 24, 2012
Good Game for Kids This game is an easy and enjoyable outing for children, although as an adult, I enjoyed it as well. It's a cute love story set in ancient Egypt, complete with all the cliche's you would expect. I almost couldn't call it a hidden object game because the objects weren't exactly "hidden". However, this game does have one claim to fame that I haven't seen in most other games: the motion camera effect when changing scenes. There were times when I could actually feel like I was moving. I think this, in itself, would give most kids a thrill. September 4, 2012
Pretty good adventure. As others have noted, this is not a hidden object game, but not truly an adventure either. There are items to find--often multiples of the same thing, but they are scattered around several different locations. You do need to go back ad forth a bit. There is no map or journal, no skip, but there are hints. You can't pick up anything until you find the right trigger, like talking with someone, or encountering an obstacle. Then the item you're searching for appears at the top of the screen in gray. If you need more than one part, the number appears with it and counts down so you know how many you still need to find. Once you have the object, you go back and click on the person or obstacle and the item is automatically applied. The graphics are 3D and not bad, if a little dated, but the figures bend as if made from rubber, which seems a little strange. The music was unobtrusive and suited each scene. Voice acting was a mixed bag. The lead male wasn't bad, the captain was a hoot, the mean guard and bad guy were okay, the oaf guard and mummy were funny, but the LEAD part in the whole story was awful! She does get a little better as the story goes on, but then seems to slip near the end. Obviously just reading her lines. It really pulled me out of the story whenever she spoke. It's such a shame as the rest weren't bad, but she was the one with most of the lines. You could always turn the sound down and read the captions, but you'd miss a lot of the ambience and the better performers. There's only one difficulty setting and the game is on the short side, about three hours for me. The puzzlles weren't hard. Some were run of the mill but a couple were different and interesting. Unfortunately, one near the end--a sort of match 3--wouldn't work correctly for me. I'd line up 3 in a row and often they wouldn't clear off. It's timed, soI just had to keep at it and finally got it about the sixth or seventh try. Do-able, but frustrating. This is a decent game for beginners or anyone just trying straight adventures, and for those of us hungry for ANY adventure games. February 1, 2015
Good for beginners I found this game fairly easy so perhaps it's not ideal for an experienced gamer but better suited to a beginner. In a nutshell: Storyline is fairly logical and consistent. Backgrounds are acceptable, not too grainy or washed out. The story unfolds largely from a first person POV but manipulating the camera does not lead to too much dizziness seen in other games of this type. Hidden objects are fairly easy to locate and experienced players will notice them long before they're needed and so will be able to recall where to find them. Even new gamers will be able to spot some of them immediately simply because they stand out. Others, however, you will really have to search for especially as the game progresses. Puzzles are of a suitable level although some new players may find them challenging simply due to their inexperience with BFG games. Game length is fairly decent. No classic HOG scenes although there are FOGS where you will have to search for key pieces in order to construct items. These are not overly difficult to complete. Hint button is available throughout and refreshes at a reasonable rate. Acceptable price for the general version. Not worth the price of a CE though. Major dislike: The voice talent is absolutely terrible and irritating, particularly the male using falsetto to voice some of the female characters. I quickly found it much better to play with no sound and simply read the information. Warning: Not recommended for a slow computer. It takes a short while to load the new scenes even on a reasonable computer because of the kind of graphics used. On a very slow computer it would be maddening. Overall: Not a bad effort. For an experienced gamer, the kind of thing you'd play when you want to kick back and not have to think too hard. For a new gamer, a good place to begin. May 15, 2012
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