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From Dark Blue Games, creators of Silent Nights: The Pianist, comes another unique and thrilling musical tale!

You rose from the ashes of a family tragedy to become a famous French soprano. Now your daughters are following in your musical footsteps, and you couldn't be more proud. But on the night of a prestigious concert in Italy, a fire breaks out, and a mysterious masked man leads your children away! Follow a trail of secrets and deception to find the masked man and save your daughters before they fall victim to a dangerous experiment. You'll need all your talent to decipher clues and solve complex puzzles in this exciting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 2.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 769 MB

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Silent Nights: Children's Orchestra

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Silent Nights: Children's Orchestra 3.4 5 14 14
Interesting twist Fun game, I liked that the story was a little different. The map and access to inventory really went a long way to help make this an enjoyable experience. The HO weren't too cluttered, the puzzles were fun and challenging and it keeps a steady pace through to the end. December 7, 2014
replayable I have owned this game for a long time. It is a long game and it is the third time I have played it, so far. The hint button is very helpful, but it still leaves me some game play. I miss good games like this. December 24, 2015
Bland Recital "Sparks" A Hot Pursuit The setting: You are at the North Italy Music Festival listening to your daughters, Amelie and Bernadette Deux, play in the children's orchestra. Suddenly, a fire breaks out in the theater and your children are led away by a mysterious masked man. I do not want to give away too much, but this all has to do with "the healing power of music." (Note: this is the second in the series - the first is The Pianist which I have since played and is a good game.) In somewhat of a paradox, though you play the girls' mother (who is also a musician), you perform a lot of non-musician, dare I say non-feminine tasks. You'll shoot machine guns, repair tractors as well as other mechanical and physical tasks. One thing that you will do as a musician is transcribe music into written form. This is repeated over to help you to progress (don't worry, it's not too hard). Throughout the game there are small symbols to collect which, when you have the set of three, will unlock a "secret file." These files fill in the back story about why your children are in danger. There is a jump map, a journal and three fixed difficulty levels. Hidden objects scenes are infrequent as this game presents more puzzles than HO's Types encountered were simple list with interaction, put back in place, and progressive. Puzzles and mini-games were a nice twist, none were very difficult but every one fit nicely into the arts-and-music theme of the story. The drawing was a little grainy in style. But this is a dark story - bright, shiny and clear would not be appropriate. A nice touch by the developers has a scene change from day to night as time passes. There's plenty of detail in the surroundings, but I thought it was somewhat lacking in the faces of the other characters. Voices were mostly good except for the masked man's who was not frightening enough for my tastes. There is also a noticeable delay between scenes. I enjoyed playing the demo, liked the puzzles and was interested in the story. I will be in attendance when this orchestra plays. November 28, 2014
Scary Masked Bad Guy I enjoyed this twist on a mom trying to find her kid napped children. The puzzles are challenging and I enjoyed the hidden object scenes which are not just scattered about items. You have to use other objects to obtain items. November 28, 2014
Another Great Game, But The MUSIC!!! Pretty good little game! There are 3 modes of play. Music: for the most part, AWFUL! There's some really annoying music in this. There is violin music, but the worst is some bad opera singer doing vocalizations in the background. That drove me nuts! So you should probably turn it down in the Options menu. The Hint/Skip time is good, about 30 seconds for the hint, 45 seconds for the skip. Graphics are a bit on the grainy side. Some of the cut scenes are downright poor. However, it wasn't so bad that it interfered with the HO scenes. The voice overs are good. They are very clear. They don't move their lips. You stare at a picture of them while you hear what they have to stay. YOU MUST USE THE MAP on this game. There's a great deal of bouncing back & forth, so if you don't use the map, you'll spend a lot more hours travelling than you will playing the actual game. It's very helpful, & lets you know where you need to go. There's a good variety in the HO scenes; some of the regular, but also some silhouette & 'put back' ones as well. Normal game play time: a little over 2 hours to complete [in the casual mode]. The mini-games were varied, & not too challenging. An added factor to this game is that you're always on the lookout for music paper to write on when you hear music. The re-play value would be marginal. One would only want to play this a couple of times a year. But it's definitely a keeper! The little nit-picky things that I've said shouldn't hold you back from getting this one. It's really a lot of fun, & just enough of a challenge to keep your brain working! December 4, 2014
Great fun!!!! I know this is a late review, but I wanted these developers to know how much I enjoyed playing this game. Specifically, the puzzles and mini-games (which I love) were different and very challenging. I had to skip a couple of them, and I hate doing that. This is one time when I wish I had bought the CE so I'd have access to the SG. The hidden object scenes were varied and challenging as well. It was a nice looooong game; it's a good thing the map was there as I couldn't remember all the different scenes. While the graphics weren't as crisp as some others, this wasn't a deal-breaker for me. Good music, too. The only thing I didn't like was the sparkles on hidden object scenes and no way to shut them off. I prefer to find the scenes myself; sparkles shouldn't be present on advanced/expert levels of game play. Overall, it is a great game with lots of things to do, places to go, and games to play. I loved playing it. December 21, 2014
Not a bad SE.... Hi all. Hope you all had a nice Thanksgiving. I reviewed this one as a CE and did not feel it was CE worthy. Not because there was anything wrong particularly, but because it was lacking something. The graphics are nice, a little fuzzy. Game play was very good. Music not annoying. Voice overs are very few and far between and dialog cannot be "clicked" through if you read faster than they speak. There isn't much in the way of sound FX either, which makes this a fairly quiet game. HOPs are the standard and not many of those either. Items are very easy to find. Puzzles are extremely simple, no challenge here at all. Very helpful hint system, which you will use. Jump map doesn't always show that there is something to be done in a location, so you keep hitting the hint and back tracking, which is annoying. As I said, I did not feel this game was CE worthy, but I always give it another chance when the SE version comes out. I sometimes change my mind and get the SE, which is what I am going to do with this one. No, it is not all that challenging, the story is quite predictable and nothing new, but it is not a bad SE. Yes, I will use a game credit to add this one to my collection, only because I need to us it. This is one of those "nothing better to do" games and this is definitely one of those days. As always, try it for yourself and see what you think. We all have different tastes in games and you may not care for this one at all. Thanks for the reviews. November 28, 2014
Good use of a free game coupon The game had it's good moments. I would never have purchased however, it were it not for the coupon. I am not a fan of the grainy graphics. Also, why did the two little girls look like linebackers? The artists seem better able to draw objects as opposed to people but the children were the worst. Hints were unnecessary but the skip button was a boon when the timed pipe puzzles appeared. That I found too annoying. November 30, 2014
old school this game might have made the cut seven or eight years ago but not today. The SAME old storyline.. my god STOP please STOP!! A mother's children are.. can you guess? yes kidnapped. sigh.. by the evil person from the first game and he wants to steal their musical ability to heal his wife. The graphics were okay. Nothing stunningly beautiful but okay. I did like some of the puzzles but there were also some old old ones.. turn the pipes, rotate the pieces to make the puzzle... you know. There were a fair amount of locales some of which were quite detailed. Lots of inventory objects and the HO's were find this and use it to find that. pretty good. There were some extra details like finding three dragon pieces that told you some background and writing down musical notes to open various safes and things. So not a bad game. But I must say that for me.. the game came across as very old school. Been there, seen this, played it many times in various forms. I was quite happy to be done. The characters were hokey and parts of the game were nonsensical. When you rescue one of the children she says she'll go get help and disappears but you drove this car/boat thing over to this island and so she has no way of going for help. The bad guys have guns but try to choke you instead and despite being told that you could kill your child with one wrong touch to some machinery you proceed to shut down everything while the villain just stands and watches you. Right. Like I said old school. This was not the best thought out storyline. It did offer a few good puzzles and some not bad HO scenes but I would not recommend it unless you have a free coupon or a really good sale. I did play the first one and liked much better. Let's cross our fingers for something more polished for the third installment. January 21, 2015
Lacks The Punch of The Original The second game of the "Silent Nights" series is out, and that's no surprise considering where the first one left off. If you're unfamiliar with the story, you play a music virtuoso who has run afoul of some villainous types looking to harness your talents for their own purposes. It's essentially the same plot line as you'll see here, but with the added dimension of extending both families into the fray. The game features a decent amount of HO scenes, with many of them the placing objects from your list into the scene variety that breaks up the monotony. Everything about this sequel was pretty average to me. I liked the musical touches #though it's far inferior to what they did with the theme in a game like Cadenza#, and the pace of the game is frenetic, as you'd expect in a rescue mission. Once you get past those, however, everything else is a concerto of mediocrity. The graphics and sound are fine, but unspectacular #and there's an extreme zoom used every time a character comes into the room that's just odd#. The showdown with the villains is forced and a reproduction of what went down the first time, and all bad guys follow the standard "plenty of opportunity to do harm without actually doing it" trope of all James Bond baddies. The only big difference is that your character can write down melodies to help solve puzzles throughout the game, which is unique, but it's used so blandly that it's almost an afterthought. Wow, I opened yet another lock with a three note combination. The backstory you unlock by collecting items as you go is equally generic, with generally shady goings-on centuries ago that signify very little. I won't say this follow-up is without its charms, but it won't leave you anxious for the series to continue. December 1, 2014
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