Whispers: Revelation

Whispers: Revelation

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Ten years after her parents died in a car accident, orphaned Lunna is experiencing strange visions. Although she looks like any other child her age, she was actually blessed with a very special gift: she can see and speak with spirits. Now 17-years-old and an outcast at Hawkins High, she finds it easier to make friends with the dead than the living. Alone in life, Lunna has nothing to remind her of the past other than a pendant gifted to her by her mother when she was just a child. One night, Lunna realizes that this special pendant has gone missing, and sneaks out to find it. As she is about to return to her dorm, Lunna is intrigued by a lovely voice singing a familiar song, and follows the sound to a mysterious girl asking for help. Suddenly, an evil shadow disagrees with this request and chases Lunna! Who is the mysterious girl and what does she want Lunna to do? Why is the shadow chasing Lunna? Find out in this mysterious and compelling adventure game!

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  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
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Whispers: Revelation is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 35.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I won't 'whisper' my enthusiasm! : ) WOW!! ~~ "WHISPERS: REVELATION"!!!!!!!! Yep, here is another example of a fantastic, uniquely created, 'outside of the box' adventure that has not received the credit it deserves. As other reviewers agreeing with my viewpoint have pointed out... it's the STORYLINE that makes this and others like it... a fantastic, creative development. So, you won't find bells and whistles or hand holding with this type of game [it's not supposed to have it and, in fact, doesn't particularly NEED it!]; and for that reason, it should not be compared to the 'usual' gaming experience here on BFG. This is exceptional and very well thought out and stands on it's own merit as a true immersive and atmospheric game. Thank you BFG and devs!!! I wish I had noticed this when it first came out, but am just as happy now with DD price! :} Thumbs up.
Date published: 2014-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful story This is one of my favorite HO games. Although it has a lot of back and forth for one item, I found that the story was more detail oriented than most. It is a sad story about an orphanage, death of children and a girl in a coma, whose spirit interacts with Lunna, the main character. At times, I had to use the hint to go to the next area because if you just run around, you'll be frustrated quickly. I enjoyed each cut scene movie, more so than most other HOGs. Kudos, guys and gals! I loved this one.
Date published: 2013-04-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's all about the Storyline! I normally don't post off the D&E thread so my reviews usually are only seen there; however, I decided to post my review of this completed game here as well, to catch the attention of those who might be casually considering it. OK, D&E friends...this is going to be a strange post but... I just finished an amazing game. It's Whispers: Revelations. Don't get me wrong; it's horribly made. So much back-and-forth that you'll get a migraine. No logic whatsoever in the gameflow. The mouse is glitchy as heck; even after you find the hidden objects (which are junkpiles, btw...) you have to beat them to death sometimes to get them to register. It took me hours. Several times I had to stop because I just couldn't stand any more. So why am I here to rave? THE STORYLINE!!! This thing had one of the best, most amazing (and ultimately beautiful) D&E stories I've seen. I kept following it because I had to know what happened. And it didn't disappoint me at all; the ending somehow managed to tie together several seemingly unrelated threads in a logical way. And it wasn't all negative; the artwork was beautiful and the music was lovely. All I can hope is that these artists and writers get a chance to work with someone someday who knows how to do a good game. They have more creativity than 90% of the big-budget developers out there. They deserve a chance. Oh: and if you do decide to try this game, watch the entire final cut scene. Trust me: it's worth it to tie this epic story together. Whew! Rant over..
Date published: 2013-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Completed game review. I thought this game was BRILLIANT! It is quite dark in some of the hogs which you get used to, but, i have given this game 5* because it was very well done. Originality and thought has gone into this game and it really draws you in. The graphics are gorgeous,the hint system is brilliant. Once you have the medallion and you need the hint , the ghostly girl will say to you "follow my lead" or "i'll show you the way". It is very spooky and the sound effects are part of the ghostly goings-on, which are very well done. There are loads of places to explore lots of interactive areas and lots of hogs.Sometimes you have to combine objects together(it will have a + sign next to it in your inventory.It has a good story-line and there is lots of hours of gameplay. It was well worth the money and it had me hooked throughout the whole game. The tension builds up in this game and you can feel it. Liked the music as well.Well done to the devs and I would purchase the next one with no hesitation. . BRILLIANT!
Date published: 2013-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Huge upgrade from previous game For the unaware, Whispers Revelation came as a sequel to a mini game called Whispers Room 6 released 2 years ago (found it on google after reading game description somewhere on BF). Have just played Room 6 and I'd vouch it's great for a free game. Not playing Room 6 will not let you miss anything since that there's only little relation between the two. Now you're playing the grown up Lunna, while in the former game, you play as her Dad. This is definitely a huge upgrade from the free game despite its weaknesses. One major weakness being its great difficulty as other people have already mentioned. If you can bear with it, you'll love this game. Going back and forth without clear clues are basically what you will do in adventure games. And clearly this is more to Adventure than HOG. Having already played Room 6, I can see that the developer wants to bring in another Point & Click experience. They intentionally did not give many clues in this title but end up making a quite frustrating game. Nevertheless, I was up for the challenge and already went through halfway. Either you love or hate this game. It can't be both. I choose to see the bright side of this game and love every effort that the developer did right.
Date published: 2013-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Epic! I enjoyed this game very much! The storyline was intriguing even though there were some gaps. This game has good graphics and ambient audio. Hints worked well and would direct you to another screen if needed.The ending is very unexpected! Give this game a try and hope you'll like it :)
Date published: 2013-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Agree to disagree This IMHO is an underrated gem! Despite its shortcomings, the game presents itself very beautifully. Graphics-wise, almost comparable with those CE titles, and I'm totally happy with it. The setting is just right and it's really spooky. Some places might get too dark but combined together with its background noises, the game quickly brings up the scary atmosphere! I can sense that the developer is not 100% fluent with english. Also the characters' mouth did not sync correctly with what they speak. All in all, there's a mixed experience. As I said earlier, there were shortcomings, but I really like this game anyhow. I have just played through the end of the trial and feels intrigued already with the story. Might grab this on the weekend! Adventure game - Expect many clicks and quite a frustration, and be well rewarded Two difficulties: Casual (generally faster hint recharge) and Adventure (no apparent hint at the background) Scary environments - so far nothing makes me jump yet, but there's 1 or 2 cutscene that was pretty scary Meaningful story - it tells a nice story, thus the slow pace HOS - quite difficult to look for items Overall difficulty - Challenging!
Date published: 2013-02-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent Adventure Game with one Drawback This is a great adventure game, with a great story, well-done voice-overs, interesting HO scenes and other, more unusual mini-games, but there is one problem with it: The map feature is lousily done, so that it plays like an old-time adventure game, with lots of going back and forth. Consider playing it anyway, because it really is fantastic. But you'll save yourself a lot of grief if you just use the hint button to navigate the school - you'll have to figure out what the next task is even when you've found where you're supposed to go. This is the only reason I couldn't give it 5 stars, by the way...
Date published: 2014-05-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Wow! I'm Not Sure How I Missed This Little Gem - Review Of Completed Game Story: Lunna, an orphan (parents died 10 years earlier in a car accident) is now 17 and an outcast at Hawkins High School. She is no ordinary girl. She has a special gift of being able to see and speak with spirits. This begins where she realizes her special pendant that was given to her by her mother is now gone so she sneaks out of her dorm to find it As she is about to return to her dorm, she is intrigued by a singing voice of a familiar song, and follows the sound to a mysterious girl asking for help. Suddenly, an evil shadow starts chasing her. Who is this "mysterious" girl and why is this "evil shadow" chasing her? Your adventure begins here. 2 PLAY MODES: I played the hardest of the two. There are sparkles for the HOS. Very few black bar tips. Hint directional outside of HOS. WIDESCREEN; Yes at least for me. I had no problem here. VOICE OVERS; Yes JOURNAL; No however at the top off to the side there is "task" and if you click on that it will tell you the "task" that need completed. MAP: Yes however not transporter and you also have to hover your mouse over the locations to get the names of them. GAME PLAY: HOPA (Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure) Emphasis is definitely on "adventure." Lots of back/forth and clicking around to activate things. Some objects can't be "picked up" until they are actually needed so scenes will not auto close until you are completely done with them. You also have to combine some items which will be indicated by a red plus sign. HOS: These start out few and far between however more into the game more frequent. All found by word list. Only a few are interactive (no gears come up though) and a few you just have to move something to get to them. The same scenes are also visited several times. PUZZLES: These also started out few and far between however more into the game a little more frequent. Some the usual run of the mill found in many games but a couple I haven't seen before. Instructions down at the bottom. There is also a reset at the top on some of them. The skip takes a few minutes. There's also a couple where you have to click on the skip about 3 times before you can actually "skip" the puzzle. MY PLAY TIME: This was quite long for me as it was about 9 hours. OVERALL IMPRESSION: As my title says I'm not sure how I missed this little gem when it was first released but oh so happy to get this at the Daily Deal price of $2.99. I really enjoyed this overall but there are a few flaws that kept this from being a 5 star game for me. The story did start out a bit confusing and kinda hard to follow but so glad I ended up sticking with this game as the story ended up being pretty well told especially the ending. It really made up for it's "confusing" start. I definitely found this to be a very atmospheric, eerie and creepy game. There were a few scenes that actually startled me. The graphics and cut scenes which there are quite a few and a couple of them especially the ending kinda long but excellent. . I also liked the characters and voice overs (with one exception which I'll get to shortly) especially Lunna. She was excellent. What I really enjoyed about this game was the "adventure" game play part of it as there was little "hand holding" and I'll admit I did get hung up a couple of times and had to use the hint but it was sure nice trying to figure out on my own first instead of just being told what to do. Now for the flaws: The sparkles on the HOS in the harder mode. Those shouldn't be there in the harder mode. While I do enjoy HOS for the most part and don't care if there are even a lot of them but I didn't much care for visiting the same scene several times especially when the game has a lot of different locations and some didn't even have one HOS in them. Most games you only have to revisit the scene twice. Truth be told should only have to visit the scene once for a HOS. Sorry but I find this a bit lazy on the developers part here. Also some scenes were beyond Sanford & Son junkyard and some objects were so small. I also had to either click on them just so or 2 to 3 times to finally get it to register. While I thought the voice overs were excellent for the most part as i mentioned but this "evil shadow" saying the same thing pretty much over & over got a bit annoying. I think the developer could of put some more work into this as well. Oh and since I'm not a fan of these: When I want to skip a puzzle well that is what I want to do and not have to sit through THREE skips before I can do so. Overall though a very good game and length. I'm happy to add this to my collection especially at the $2.99 price but would of paid $6.99. Truth be told even with its few flaws well this better than some CE games I've played especially here lately as there is also NO animal "helpers" that you have to name, feed or "dress up." Speaking of CE 's I wonder if this was suppose to be a CE as it does have some extras: Wallpapers, concept art and music?? Thanks Big Fish and Developer. As always, give it a whirl and decide for yourself.
Date published: 2014-02-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Won,t Trash it!! I know the title sounds strange, but after my opinion on the game you will know why I titled it as I did. First off: I did try the demo and liked it and got hooked right at the start. I found the graphics very good, a little on the dark side. I liked the story line very much. At first it did not make much sense, but the further along you go the more things come together. Yep I do agree the devs need a little more coaching in game developing. When they do they will produce some awesome games. There was an over much of back and forth. The sounds gave the game an eerie feel. In my opinion the map was useless unless you can jump to your destination on in. There was several areas I was totally stuck at, and the hint button did not help very much, and some of the objects in the HOS were way to small. So for those who cannot see very well this might be a draw back. I know it sounds like I am giving a negative opinion on the game, but I really did like it. I know if the devs study other games with good ratings, they will also produce some awesome game. I was able to get to each area with out a problem. Some of the cut scenes took a while to show-up, but I never froze up in any part of the game. You do have to use the grey matter in this game, for it is quite a challenge, but if you like a challenge this game is for you. My review is based on the demo and I did purchase the game, but have gotten about two-thirds through the game. By the way I totally agree with jeanniemouse on her comments about the game.
Date published: 2013-03-30
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