Whispered Secrets: Into the Wind
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From GrandMA Studios, creators of Whispered Secrets: The Story of Tideville and Whispered Secrets: Into the Beyond, comes a thrilling new secret to uncover!

You've been called to the riverside town of Ridleton to investigate a series of missing persons. Strange storms have been sweeping through the town, and with each appearance... comes a disappearance. Who's behind the unnatural weather, and how are they choosing their victims? To find out, you'll need the help of a tough-as-nails Huntress and a well-trained red panda. But you'll all have to work fast... There's a storm brewing in this exciting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 8.0
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Whispered Secrets: Into the Wind 3.5 5 10 10
Daddy Made The Devil A Deal John Forgehill was desperate to cure his daughters blindness, working day and night, trying every remedy he could think of to no avail. His obsession led him to the devil himself who warned John that the cure bore a heavy price, but so be it. 15 Years later Emily Forgehill has become a tough as nails Huntress who is positive that her sight and her father's disappearance are no coincidence. Ghostly wolves and strange storms are plaguing the town of Ridelton, with every storm, a citizen disappears. You join forces with Emily to fight the towns evil forces and hopefully restore peace to a town that was once tranquil. I really prefer the Collectors Edition over this Standard Edition because I loved collecting those dancing embers that burst into flames when you clicked on them! Emily may have a sweet and intimidating crossbow but you have a cute fuzzy Red Panda (that was supposed to be funny) that knows kung foo, and can easily finagle locks and reach into tight spaces for items that no crossbow has ever been! Some items have plus signs indicating that some type of interaction needs to take place before using that item or that another inventory item needs to be combined with it before using it. Emily will give you a communications mirror that can be used to contact her with vital information, and eventually she will give you her weapon of choice, the only weapon that can kill those vicious ghostly wolves, a Hunters Crossbow. The Hidden Object Scenes were a bit disappointing to me, they were just okay in my book, slightly interactive list finds, or fragment finds. The HO's are repeated a second time which is a feature I really hate, it's too boring the second time around, but at least the second time was a different type such as finding 12 shells, and the shells weren't present in the first scene. The mini games however aren't bad, most are simple such as pushing two buttons correctly to open 5 different latches and of course they need to be pushed in a specific order. There are also several symbols in groups of three that are hidden within a book and when you rescue the Panda you will need to swap several knots of various configurations until they match the symbols shown at the top of each column or cage bar. The Collectors Edition has 168 Collectible Flames that will eventually light candles to shed light on the mysterious events taking place within the city, Wallpapers, Concept Art, Achievements, Music, Movies, a built in Strategy Guide, a Bonus Chapter, AND a Hidden Chapter once you complete the lighting of all the candles within the flame room, enjoy! November 2, 2014
chasing the evil behind the storms there is no custom level on this game, but there is an interactive map. you have been summoned to ridleton to find out where all the people are going and what is causing the storms. you have the help of a red panda and the huntress to guide you. the graphics are great. i enjoyed it a lot. the hints took about 30 secs to recharge but the skips were a little longer. sequel.....sure. May 7, 2015
ENJOYABLE HOPA! RECOMMEND THE CE! Into the Wind is a very long game and the CE has a bonus chapter plus additional chapter that neatly ties everything together. Gamers are sure to get their value especially on a BOGO special. A 2014 game that is rich in color and activities to be played and enjoyed for many future years especially since I just got around to playing game in May 2016. Presently, popular games are fire and brimstone scary. Those gamers who aren't particularly fond of shock treatment will appreciate the earlier Whispered Secrets. Enjoy! -Mama Mia- May 12, 2016
BLINDING GOOD GAME - WELL WORTH PLAYING Review of completed Collectors Edition game. You have: * Voiceovers; * Casual, Advanced and Hardcore modes play; * Diary; * Interactive map; * A panda to help you. The graphics are just superb - crystal clear and colourful - right throughout the game. I loved that. The music is beautiful - orchestral - and I kept it on the whole time. Its not intrusive and plays quietly in the background. There are a lot of interactive hidden object games to play - standard ones and silhouette. These are easy to play and don't take too long to do which can distract you from the game. There is a panda to help you throughout the game to reach places you can't get. I liked that. In the CE game you can personally name him. Well, where do I begin with all the mini-games? There are soooo many to play. Some are easy and you can get them right away and others took me a very long time. They are not hard to do - its just that some can take a while to work out and then conquer. I loved every one of them. Well done developers. I found that I didn't need to use the interactive map because you pretty much only need to go a few steps forwards or backwards to complete tasks. You don't veer off far and its easy to remember where tasks are to do. It also shows where you still have tasks to do. I also tried the hint, which worked well and filled up again very fast. So overall, if you want a game that has great graphics, nice music and plenty of HOS and mini-games for keep you busy, then this is the game for you. Now, do you buy the Collectors Edition or the single edition? Personally, with the 168 flames to find, plus the bonus and hidden chapter, I think the Collectors Edition is definitely worth buying to add to your collection. Definitely recommended. November 3, 2014
Good HIdden Object Game Story kept moving along at a good pace. Interesting plot unwinding. November 3, 2014
Devil's Bargain The latest Whispered Secrets installment is a classic example of an idea that is much larger than the game itself. The tale is a spin on the old Faust idea of giving your soul to the devil in exchange for something good. You play a detective investigating a string of disappearances in a town, and soon find those folks have disappeared due to a demon planning on harnessing their various artistic powers in order to be released into the world. Interesting setup. There were little touches I enjoyed throughout the game, particularly the hand-drawn style animations which don't read like a regular hidden object search but cleverly are. The story itself is so-so, with the attempt made to insert two characters (one cute girl with crossbow, one animal helper, check and check) to aid you at various times. That's a good idea but ends up being obvious and infrequently used. There's not too much to challenge you here if you've played these type of games before, especially dependent on your difficulty level setting. Even the hard setting won't take you more than a while. The challenges are mostly standard, and some of the item collecting seemed a bit lazy. When you find half the items you need for the puzzles you need them for in the same room, you're not exactly dealing with a huge map. Artwork is okay. Voices are fine, though nothing wow. The animation sequences are decent and the sound is unobtrusive, though some of the effects are grating after a while, particularly the snoring of said animal companion. My other big issue here was the ending of the game, which featured an underwhelming confrontation with the demon after a lot of buildup. Overall, there are worse ways to spend a couple of hours. The game does just about everything okay but seems like a rushed result to a bigger idea. I applaud the developers putting a new twist on a tired idea but think they made a devil's bargain themselves in that the result wasn't quite what it should have been. Solid, but nothing extraordinary here. November 2, 2014
Fairly easy I enjoyed the demo. However, I completed it in 32 minutes. Still lots of questions to be answered. Not sure if I'll purchase the full game since it was too easy November 12, 2014
A Lot of Same Old AND poorly made game. I really wanted to like this game ... even the 2nd time around since I disliked it when it was released as a CE. But, no such luck. In any case, reviews really are just our interpretation of the game, right? In the Opening Scene, a father is seen calling on an evil being (the devil or a minion?) to "heal" his sick daughter, who we later learn is blind. A price must be paid, he is told, a high price. And he reaches for the evil being. Graphics and Sound: So disappointed. The graphics were partially good (not great) and then they get grainy and hand-painted looking (especially at some of the character close-ups like the Policeman at the very beginning). Voice overs were less than par, lip syncing not consistent with mouth movement which made the entire game disconcerting to me. There are 3 difficulty modes - alas, no "custom". A journal that is absolutely useless! It says in the tutorial that it contains important notes so check it often. I checked it often, alright, and it contained pictures (like wallpapers) and newspaper articles you picked up on the ground, etc. that you can't even read. I was so surprised I rechecked to see if I was, indeed, looking at my journal. If you press the button at the bottom of the page, you get a "movie" of the picture where that particular one was from. So, keep your pen and paper handy because the first time I needed a "note" for a clue it wasn't in the journal and I couldn't go back to the mirror to get it again. There is also a "magic" mirror you acquire to talk to the "Huntress". Which I also didn't understand, as she was just ... right there anyway. The HOGs (hidden object games) I came across were same old, same old list items (with an alternative match 3 game) or find "x" number of whatever. Mini Games weren't challenging or entertaining to me. Immediately at the beginning of the game play, I felt a strong sense of deja vu. I KNOW I had been to that same pond/lake area in another game. In fact, I was so sure I checked to make sure this was a NEW game. The flow of the story was confusing.and made no sense to me. Ok, dad disappeared years ago and now the daughter is the Huntress. Why is she a "Huntress" if all she did was look for missing dad? Overkill? Now there are others disappearing. Ok. Get it. But years of "hunting" for a missing person does not a "Hunter or Huntress" make. That implies searching for animals, monsters, vampires, whatever, for an extended period of time. Again, disconcerting. I also "get" the storyline started off well with the disappearing people after the dad/evil being thing. But, then, we add "monsters attacking the town", strange ghost kidnapping people, and wild animals! And then, to top it off, a Huntress. Too many stories in one. I really wanted to enjoy this game, especially since the CE Bling didn't impress me with the previous release. Unfortunately, it still won't be a purchase for me. It's just too .......... awful. I can't even really recommend it. Well, ok. If you've taken the time to read this review, you should probably play the demo and form your own opinion. But, I'm not going to check the "yes" box for "recommend". Nope. Not gonna do it. For those who do like the demo ... ENJOY! November 2, 2014
ack! The length of the game is great, but it was terribly simple. The mini games were as easy as you get. There were spelling error in some of the HOS, ie; digger instead of dagger....come on! I wonder if some of the reviewers with long explanation of the game actually played it. I can't imagine a expert gamer enjoying this game. 2014 December 9, 2014
Whispered Secrets: Disappearing Plot and Characters Having enjoyed the first two installments of the Whispered Secrets franchise, I was excited to get this game and continue the story of Clarice, her son Tim, and Tim's best friend, Rudy. Alas, this was not to be. It was nothing like the first two games and I was sorely disappointed. Part of the charm of the prior games was seeing the interaction between mother and son, friend and friend, and how those relationships changed over time. I loved the way Clarice cared for Tim and showed her love for him. It was cool to see how Tim lovingly did the same for his mom, when it was his turn to be the protector. I thought it was awesome to have Rudy grow up and become a cop. He fought alongside Tim's bride-to-be as they rescued Tim from the clutches of the evil scientist. After two excellent games along that line, I expected more of the same. Instead, we are jerked to a town called Ridleton to investigate the disappearances of creative townspeople. What?!? Where are Clarice and Tim? Where is the stalwart childhood best friend, Rudy? Why, oh why, is the scientific leaning of the story changed to a demonic one? What the heck does the "Huntress" have to do with anything? Why do we have a red panda foisted upon us? The only disappearances I cared about were the plot line and the characters. Together, they made the first two games so compelling. As far as the disappearances in Ridleton? Pah! Who cares? Save yourself some money. Play the first two games and ignore this one. The plot is worn and thin, the mechanics just average, as are the graphics and audio. I won't be finishing Into the Wind, as I can't bring myself to get past the mediocrity and disappointment of this game. December 7, 2014
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