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Big Fish Editor's Choice! This title was chosen for its high standard of quality and amazingly positive reviews from our Game Club beta testers.

Brought to you by Daily Magic Productions, creators of the acclaimed Dark Dimensions series, comes a chilling new dark dimension to explore!

Years ago, your parents disappeared while investigating an abandoned mansion in Whispering Hollows. Since then, you’ve been traveling the country, tracking down Dark Dimensions and seeking answers to your parents’ strange disappearance. Finally, after all these years, the truth behind your family’s greatest tragedy will be revealed. It’s time to visit Barton Mansion, where it all began. Just watch your back, because this mansion is far from abandoned. All of your training and experience has led to this haunting Hidden Object Puzzle Adventure game!

See what our Beta testers had to say:

“Amazing!!! That's the type of game I love to play. Full of achievements, rewards and challenges, without mentioning the beautiful landscapes and quality of the scenarios. Can't wait until it's available for purchase” - Sean, Beta Tester

“Wonderful Graphics, coins and collectibles well hidden. Puzzles not too challenging and suitable for all players. I like the fact that there are mini games in between too. This game is every bit as good as all the others” - Stephanie, Beta Tester


This is a special Collector's Edition release full of exclusive extras you won’t find in the standard version. As a bonus, Collector's Edition purchases count toward three stamps on your Monthly Game Club Punch Card!

The Collector’s Edition includes:

  • Bonus chapter featuring the evil force behind it all!
  • Additional Match-3 game
  • A behind-the-scenes look at Daily Magic!
  • Find collectibles and coins to build a room for your dog!
  • An integrated Strategy Guide

Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
  • CPU: 2.5 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1345 MB

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Dark Dimensions: Homecoming Collector's Edition 3.7 5 38 38
Call Me Crazy But I Love This Game! I'm truly at a loss as to why this game is receiving such poor reviews. I admit that the vines are a bit cheesy, but the story is fantastic, the graphics are superb, and the game is crammed full of entertainment with interactive Hidden Object Scenes, clever puzzles and Mini Games! Why on earth would you be upset with an abundance of HOP's when they are in a Hidden Object game? This story reminds me of the Winchester Mansion, which is supposedly a true story. (Rose Winchester?) This house was under constant construction, staircases that lead to nowhere, twists and turns that shouldn't be there, and even hidden rooms, all because of one woman's obsession to continue building, because that's what the house wanted! Dark Dimensions has put their own twist on the Winchester Mansion, with the Barton Manor located in Whispering Hollows, a house that continues to grow, because the voices have commanded Martha Barton to do so! Your parents were Dark Dimension investigators who disappeared while investigating this possessed house, which has just claimed your sister as it's latest victim! Can you and your partner, Rocky, rescue her from this evil Manor before it's too late? Who's Rocky? Your best friend, a Siberian Husky who seems to have enough energy for this case and a few other haunted houses. (bet James wishes he had Rocky by his side) DD has done a remarkable job with this character, very realistic, fluid movement, and just the right amount of puppy charastics to make you fall in love, and want a Rocky of your own. As a 30 year dog grooming veteran, I can appreciate the realistic movements, it annoys me when games can't quite pull it off and the animal walks sideways, or have jilted movements. Throughout the game you will collect Paw Print Coins that can be used to improve Rocky's Room with toys, beds, food and other creature comforts. This part I thought was unnecessary, but some people love the extra perk. (making Rocky dance totally ruined this feature for me) There are also Morphing Objects to collect which will be used to help Barton Manor grow, a little at a time. There are Plus indicators for some of the inventory items requiring you to interact with the item or combine the item with another inventory item, as well as an abundance of well thought out Achievements to earn. Your smartphone is where you will access all your notes, objectives and achievements, and you can access the map which is located on your phone as well. The Hidden Object Scenes, yes there are a bunch, and yes, some of the scenes are repeated, but they are extremely interactive list finds, with lot's of puzzles and clues held within. You can opt for a Match 3 game. The Mini Games are also in abundance, and range from simple puzzles, such as turning disks to complete a picture, to elaborate more in depth thinking games. I enjoyed most of the games but if I have to choose my favorite, it would be re-creating pictures by using various paints and stencils, in the correct order. I also liked the game that required you to use directional arrows to move a flame, which would move until it hit something in that direction, making sure that the flame touched several symbols within 6 moves. I only wish that game had several more sections that became increasingly more difficult. This Collectors Edition has Achievements, Match 3, Wallpapers, Concept Art, a Developers Diary, Rocky's Room and Collectible Paw Print Coins, Morphing Objects, Music, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy! February 12, 2015
Daily Magic Can't Put a Foot Wrong! BASED ON DEMO FULL RATING: 4.5 (I didn't have the heart to give it four stars, though). In a year which has been lacking excitement in the HOPA department (2 games have genuinely pleased me this year), I was expecting big things from one of my favourite developers. Fortunately, they didn't disappoint! Even though I LOVED this game, if I'm honest, the story was a bit weak. It had a great opening, and I was excited for what was going to happen next, but from there, there was a lack of events. There weren't any plot twists or suspense, and if the game hadn't been as fun as it was, I might not be buying. What I did like about this story though was the creep factor. There were cutscenes just as my interest was starting to waver, which would drag me back in temporarily. The only exciting thing about the story was the history of the house, which was told through a couple of puzzles. It was the best part of the story for me, and the only component of it that made me want to find out more. I was instantly interested as to what had happened to the occupants of the house, so good job to the developers on that part. Even with the lack of events/excitement, the demo did end well and I look forward to picking up where it left off. But I still think this story could have been done a lot better. Normally, with an uneventful story, I wouldn't buy a game, but the gameplay was EXTREMELY fun! For starters, the HOS were FANTASTIC, and I loved each and every one. This was probably the most fun part of the game, so I have no idea what all the complaints are about. The HOS came in two varieties: progressive junkpile or assemble the item, but most were the former. I breezed through the HOS, not because they were easy, but because I loved them so much. There was a good number of them too: There were 4 HOS in the demo. Because of my personal tastes, I would have preferred a couple more HOS and a couple less puzzles, but that's just me. The puzzles were fantastic as well, but there sure were a lot of them! All up, there were FOURTEEN (14) in the demo! Now normally, if there were THAT many in such a short period of time, I would be ranting and raving like there was no tomorrow and you would never hear the end of it. But this time I don't mind as much, because the puzzles were both unique and VERY FUN! Yes, the majority of them were extremely easy, but I really don't mind, because I had an absolute blast playing them. That being said, I still think 14 is a little bit of overkill. The puzzles were very close together, and even though I loved them at first, I fear they will get boring after a while. I would have liked maybe a couple less puzzles, but again, that is just my personal tastes. Unfortunately, due to the amount of puzzles, the adventure component was quite minimal. There weren't many locations to explore, nor were there many things to do in those locations, which was quite disappointing. I also found the adventure component to be quite easy. I rarely had to use the map and did not need to rely on map indicators, because every task was obvious. The adventure component was probably the low point of the game for me, but that being said, it was still quite fun. But for their next game, I definitely want to see more of the adventure component. The game has done quite well with the additional gameplay features. There are two here: an animal helper and + objects. The helper was a husky named Rocky. In my opinion, he was used excessively, but this was still very very fun to use. I loved each time I got to use him. Rocky was used realistically too, so he wasn't randomly sprouting wings, or reaching in to spaces too small. I absolutely loved this feature and hope it makes regular appearances as the game goes on. The other feature is + objects. They were executed well, too. There weren't too many of them at once (the most was three) and there was an indication of when they could be used. Some also required more than one object to complete. The graphics were great, too. I liked how clear they were and how much detail there was. Character designs were good too, and I loved how there was lip-synch in the game. However, I do agree with the general consensus. This game really over-did it with the vines. I get the vines are a central part of the game, but there was just too much, all the time, and it grew tiring. This was a problem for me in Dark Dimensions 3, too. The voice-overs are a little below average. I felt they were underacted in certain parts, especially by the voice-artist for Corrine. I felt the voice-overs could have been a lot more dramatic. FEATURES 4 modes of difficulty: Casual, Advanced, Hard and Custom. Differences are standard. I played advanced, and was pleased to see no sparkles (including on HOS) or map indicators. Hint/Skip- both recharged at a decent speed for advanced mode, and the hint was useful outside HOS, sometimes acting as a teleporter. Diary- Kept track of important discoveries, but unfortunately, it was picture notes only and no text. Map- The map is interactive and does its job well for advanced. + Objects- The + objects were done well. There weren't too many at once and there was an indication of when they could be used. Rocky- Rocky is our animal helper for this game. He is used a bit excessively, but was quite fun. CE EXCLUSIVES Bonus Chapter Built-in Strategy Guide- does not show HOS solutions; does show collectibles. Achievements Collectibles- They were there, according to the menu, but I did not see them, nor attempt to find them. Rocky's Room- This is a shop for Rocky. You can buy things with collectible coins scattered throughout the game. Bonus Match 3 levels Developer diary- one video, a few photos. Wallpapers (6) Concept Art (12) Soundtrack WHICH IS THE BETTER BUY? The CE has some very tempting features, and quite a few more than the standard CE games. I reckon the CE is of good value, and it will be a tough decision for me, but I will buy the SE, becaue I think collectibles will be a distraction. MY PROGRESS I finished the demo in 48 minutes. There are 2 chapters in the demo. The new Dark Dimensions game is definitely my new favourite for the year. It is not perfect, but is certainly extremely close to it. I very much enjoyed my demo, in spite of negative reviews, and can't wait to see how this one ends. This earns an extremely well-deserved four and a half from me, but I will round it up to five, as I just don't have it in me to knock a star off for something so minor. February 13, 2015
Best HOG in a (too!!) long time on Big Fish Very well put together HOG game. Clear crisp, and beautifull graphis. Nice diverse mingames, albeit a bit easy at times, and good story line + very good voice actors. For me an instant buy. Much, MUCH better than the recent eipix games. February 12, 2015
Amazing! Fun!! I simply enjoyed playing this game. Thank you to the developers of this series....Dark Dimensions. I have played them all and enjoyed it. The Homecoming game has great graphics, great HOG and I especially liked the vine concept. February 12, 2015
Awesome Game! Very, very exciting game! I like the story very much. It's a bit scary, but interesting and fun. There is a lot of tasks to be solved, maybe too much. Hidden objects are not as easy as I expected, but I gladly solved all of them. I specially liked my little helper, but I won't be spoiling that for you. Great Job!!! February 14, 2015
LOVED ROCKY... SO MUCH!!! This is definitely a 5 star game. The graphics, varied HO scenes, and mini-games are stellar. And the storyline... priceless! I kept thinking of those home improvement shows on TV where homeowners become obsessed with their house and renovations are a skip in the park and everything gets wrapped up with a bow in half an hour. Yeah right!! I loved the developers equating construction with a Dark Dimension because let me tell you, it certainly feels that way when you're in knee deep in debris and can not see your way out of the dust and mess. I've even heard of renovation support groups! I kid you not. I live in New York. But I digress... This game made me laugh out loud. I thought it was an excellent tongue and cheek commentary on the renovation trend that continues to captivate and sweep America by storm. If you ask me those shows are dangerous. Can you tell I've been traumatized by contractors? The other plus of this game was Rocky, the cutest illustrated Siberian Husky ever. Let me tell you I wanted to buy this dog any and every comfort imaginable. The Dancing Rocky was fabulous. Do yourself a favor and get this dog a stereo.. it's a trip. Great game... thank you for a wonderful time. Keep them coming!! March 5, 2015
Evil vines, puppy love, an a lot of hope that this is not the last Dark Dimension The Dark Dimensions series never ceases to amaze. Here are some things I like about this game: 1) It drives me crazy when a game has completely unnecessary actions. (ex. Oh, I must cut this 1 ft tall barbed wire to keep going!!) This game had very few of these moments, 2) The most realistic dog I have EVER seen in a game. Rockie is so cute. 3) Amazing and unique locations (My favorites were the boardwalk and outside Corrine' s house). 4) Storyline was simple, yet somehow it managed to hook me. 5) Nice voice acting and mouth animation, so that the person doesn't look like a fish (blub blub blub) when they talk. 6) I would love to work at Big Fish Games!!! February 27, 2015
Rocky the dog! Rocky the dog! I love Rocky the dog! With those adorable, puppy eyes! Every time I had to get him to help me, it was a delight! I bought him all his home comforts with the coins I found. Top game. What?s there not to like ?! Scary theme, but not scary to play. No vivid or unpleasant images to stick in your mind. Constantly interesting and no dull bits. Lots of fun I thought. Has a certain look to it, which suited the game (the reds and blues) as mentioned before by a reviewer. GOOD TWISTS AND TURNS IN THE STORY!! The CE also had various collectible items for a picture, as well as the coins for Rocky's stuff. See earlier reviews for full gamplay breakdown. March 4, 2015
Love that Husky so cute! This is one helper I do love, so funny and cute. The story was ok, lots of puzzles which I love and the hops were interactive thankfully. Not a bunch of piles of junk that you just click away to make it go away. Bonus game was a bit short, disappointing for a CE. The SE would have been fine due to this factor. Lots of places to go and things to do, map was ok, not the best. I recommend the game but go for the SE version and save some money. June 23, 2015
Overall, A Great Game! I bought the CE right off because I have played the previous games and have loved all of them. Dark dimensions is one of my favorite series. Filled with puzzles and HOS that are partly puzzles themselves. The variation in the HOS prevents it from being repetitive and I love figuring out what goes where. I played on Hard and loved the challenge. The puzzles were not too difficult on Hard. As always, I love the achievements. They add just a little more challenge to the game. I love that they kept Rocky from the previous game and even incorporated him into the gameplay as a helpful companion. I thought the dog room was cute but I felt something was lacking. The dog dancing was weird and looked weird. Anyway, The house parts reminds of morphing objects which I love! The artwork, as usual, was on point and the music was quite forbidding and definitely fit the mood. I thought the story was pretty good, if a little bland. I really liked the bonus game as it gave a little more background but I wish they would have elaborated a little more on the main villain and the nelumbo cult. The bonus match 3 was a little random but enjoyable. Overall it was a great game. I don't know why people are complaining... Definitely worth the buy. July 7, 2015
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